The Camp enjoys almost a mile of family corporation shoreline with its own sandy cove, a swim area with dock and raft, a changing tent, a dinghy, and several canoes. Other Camp vessels, sloops Ariana, Esther K and Suzanne, the launch Queen Bethie, and skiff John’s Bucket, all ride proudly on their moorings – that is, all except the Bucket, which bobs.

Several buildings, dominated by a log cabin, stare at the Lake from a grove of towering pines up on the bluff. The Lodge houses dining and kitchen facilities, a stone-fireplace living room, the Camp office, Mr. Hughes’s quarters and a small theatre. Next door are Curtis and Kneeland dormitories with wide double deck bunks built into each corner. Just off the driveway, Old Friends Barn contains the Camp Room, McDugald Infirmary, the Council Room and a two-bay garage used during the summer as the Art Studio, model building center, and ping-pong area.

Outside is our basketball court, “The Wingarden,” as well as a one-target archery range, tether ball, quoit pits, numbered trees for a Frisbee-golf course, and another heavily used ping-pong table. A path to our outdoor Chapel departs from the residential clearing and weaves its way through the woods up the mountain, intersecting a network of nature trails which traverse Masquebec Corporation property.