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We do not offer any active programming, however, there are many self-led activities here.
Get pointed in the right direction with the 7-point (or "dome"), 11-acre orienteering course. Unlike some courses that are set up in fields, this one is in the woods - you can't see the next station so you must navigate to it by properly using a compass and counting your paces.
We have "tokens" that can be placed at each station for competitions.
We don't have any sand traps, but we do have a creek where many frisbees end up. A 9-"hole" frisbee golf course makes for a great way to spend an hour and a half or most of a day (how good are you?) This is a challenging but fun game that anyone can play.
We have frisbees and scorecards/maps.
Many different activities can involve the volleyball net. From traditional volleyball or badminton to a water balloon volley, your imagination is the limit.
We have a volleyball and badminton equipment.
A mile-long strech of Little Sugar Creek meanders through the property. Enjoy fishing for trout, bass and creek chubs underwater or watch for feathered critters above the water.
Left and Right Foot Trails, Wet Foot Trail, Sore Foot Trail and the One-mile loop trail wind around the property allowing you to explore.
There are several portable games that can be used anywhere.
We have a 15' outdoor movie screen with booming sound and unlimited ground seating. There is no better way to spend a warm evening under the stars.
We have a 10' indoor movie screen with surround sound and room for 30. Also may serve as a "classroom".
Camp founder, R.A. Marquardt had this one-of-a-kind tee-pee made more than 60 years ago. Have you ever camped out in a tee-pee before?
Use your smartphone to capture photos of plants and animals, then upload them to the Camp Chickasaw iNaturalist project! A great way to learn species ID using a modern citizen science platform!
est. 1960 • pennsylvania