Camp Frame

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  • The Camp Frame swimming pool depth ranges from 3 feet to 9 feet. The pool was built in 1969. It is fully fenced with a locked gate. 

Other recreational equipment in place at Camp Frame include a basketball court with 1 net, and a “sanded” volleyball court both located near McCormick Hall. A baseball diamond is located in the center of the camp.
    The Camp Frame swimming pool depth ranges from 3 feet to 9 feet. The pool was built in 1969. It is fully fenced with a locked gate. Other recreational equipment in place at Camp Frame include a basketball court with 1 net, and a “sanded” volleyball court both located near McCormick Hall. A baseball diamond is located in the center of the camp.
  • Old Assembly Hall. The Old Assembly Hall is used for assemblies and crafts, as well as camp classes or could also be used during inclement weather. In the basement, there is a room which is set up for a “camp store”, complete with beverage cooler and refrigerator.
    Old Assembly Hall. The Old Assembly Hall is used for assemblies and crafts, as well as camp classes or could also be used during inclement weather. In the basement, there is a room which is set up for a “camp store”, complete with beverage cooler and refrigerator.
  • The Nurse's Cabin. Today, this building is used as the camp nurse’s station. It has a restroom for 1, a “camp” infirmary, a refrigerator, medicine cabinet, and single beds for those who become ill.
    The Nurse's Cabin. Today, this building is used as the camp nurse’s station. It has a restroom for 1, a “camp” infirmary, a refrigerator, medicine cabinet, and single beds for those who become ill.
  • McCormick Hall. Named after the Mr. Robert McCormick family who funded the entire building. It is the same size as the boys cabin. It is entirely open, and can be used for activities such as assemblies and parties, as well as a facility for use during rainy or inclement weather.
    McCormick Hall. Named after the Mr. Robert McCormick family who funded the entire building. It is the same size as the boys cabin. It is entirely open, and can be used for activities such as assemblies and parties, as well as a facility for use during rainy or inclement weather.
  • Dining Hall. The original dining hall was built around 1928. In 1999, Camp Frame added on an addition, allowing it to now seat around 350 people. 8 foot long folding tables and chairs are furnished along with propane gas ovens, food warmer, dry food storage, 3 compartment sinks and kitchen and eating utensils. In Spring 2010, we also added a new large walk-in cooler and freezer.
    Dining Hall. The original dining hall was built around 1928. In 1999, Camp Frame added on an addition, allowing it to now seat around 350 people. 8 foot long folding tables and chairs are furnished along with propane gas ovens, food warmer, dry food storage, 3 compartment sinks and kitchen and eating utensils. In Spring 2010, we also added a new large walk-in cooler and freezer.
  • The Girls Dorm, Dailey Cottage. In 1987, the old girls cabins were replaced with a “twin” to the boy’s cabin. It has 12 individual showers, 8 sinks, and 8 individual commodes. The “bath house” is located in the center, has 4 divided sections, and approximately 16 bunk beds in each section. In 1995, a 5th sleeping section was added to the girls cabin. Today, it will sleep 148 girls.
    The Girls Dorm, Dailey Cottage. In 1987, the old girls cabins were replaced with a “twin” to the boy’s cabin. It has 12 individual showers, 8 sinks, and 8 individual commodes. The “bath house” is located in the center, has 4 divided sections, and approximately 16 bunk beds in each section. In 1995, a 5th sleeping section was added to the girls cabin. Today, it will sleep 148 girls.
  • Boys Dorm. The boys cabin, built in 1987, sleeps around 100 boys, has 12 individual showers, 8 sinks, and 8 individual commodes. The “bath house” is located in the center, has 4 divided "cabins", and approximately 14 bunk beds in each cabin.
    Boys Dorm. The boys cabin, built in 1987, sleeps around 100 boys, has 12 individual showers, 8 sinks, and 8 individual commodes. The “bath house” is located in the center, has 4 divided "cabins", and approximately 14 bunk beds in each cabin.
The Camp Frame swimming pool depth ranges from 3 feet to 9 feet. The pool was built in 1969. It is fully fenced with a locked gate. 

Other recreational equipment in place at Camp Frame include a basketball court with 1 net, and a “sanded” volleyball court both located near McCormick Hall. A baseball diamond is located in the center of the camp.
The Camp Frame swimming pool depth ranges from 3 feet to 9 feet. The pool was built in 1969. It is fully fenced with a locked gate. Other recreational equipment in place at Camp Frame include a basketball court with 1 net, and a “sanded” volleyball court both located near McCormick Hall. A baseball diamond is located in the center of the camp.

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