Our guest rooms, loft rooms, dining room, several of our meeting rooms, TV lounge and Guest Services are all located here.
This is a very unique meeting space, perfect for a variety of meeting or group needs.
Grab some friends and try your hand at these fun games of skill. No sign-up required. Equipment is available at Hawkins Pavilion or the Boathouse.
This course will test your skills as you make your way through 19-holes. Perfect just for fun or as a lively competition. No sign-up is required. Clubs and balls are located at the edge of the course.
Dig your toes deep in the sand as you play a friendly or competitive game of Volleyball with your family, friends or group. No sign-up is required, and balls are available at Hawkins Pavilion or the Boathouse.
This large pavilion is ideal for groups to get together for outdoor meetings, birthday parties, reunions and more. This is also the location to obtain all of your outdoor game needs, including bicycles, sports balls, bocce, frisbees, tennis raquets, horseshoes, shuffleboard and washers.
Whether you are a novice or a pro, this archery range is the place to challenge yourself and to learn a new skill. Advanced sign-up is required.
Forgot a toiletry or want to purchase a hoodie? How about a nice cold ice cream cone, jewelry, souvenir or snack? We even have fishing bait, and you can purchase your fishing license here. Come in and check out all of the interesting and must-have items we carry.
This facility is a great meeting space for reunions, groups or meetings. Around the side of the building is the coin-operated laundry facility.
Another great location for groups or meetings.
Come and hang out at the rec center, where you can exercise, play a game of Dodgeball or bring out your creative side in arts & crafts with ceramics, tie dye, jewelry and candle-making,stepping stones and so much more. No sign-up required
When your child is a basketball fanatic, this court is the perfect choice for a camp activity.
Home of the Camp Lakewood administration offices, a lounge area, the Trading Post, Outdoor Education and the Camp Lakewood Dining Room.
Can you hit the bullseye? Sign up for this sharp-shooting activity and see if you have what it takes to hit the center. Advanced sign-up is required.
Built in honor of Jamie Pannebecker who loved Camp Lakewood, this campfire is home to Camp Lakewood's crazy campfire on the first night of a camp session, where kids dress up in a thousand zany ways and come to the campfire as a group to celebrate the joy of camp. Outside of the camp season, this campfire can be used for large groups.
Gather 'round and enjoy the simple pleasure of an evening campfire, with brilliant stars overhead and a gooey s'more on its way to your mouth. Sing some songs,perform some skits and even make new friends.
For the youngsters, our playground has swings, slides, tire swing, teeter-totter,a play system and more. Giggles and smiles are sure to follow. No sign-up is required.
This is the place you want to be for checking out canoes, kayaks,funyaks, paddle boats, jon boats and more. You will also meet here for pontoon tours, banana boat adventure and fishing trips. Most of the boats are normally available mid-Spring to mid-Fall. Many of the boats do not have sign-up requirements except pontoon boats, banana boats and fishing trips.
For the water baby in you, we have a beach and swimming area (both shallow for the youngins and deep for the agile swimmers), lake slide, lake swing, Zorb balls, water trampoline and plenty of lounge chairs for sunbathing or catching up on that great American novel. The waterfront is normally open from Memorial Day to Labor Day when lifeguards are on duty. No sign-up is required for these activities.
For a fun activity that is great exercise to boot, head to the tennis courts and
play a few sets. No sign-up is required.
What would camp be without canoeing? Summer camp kids get the opportunity to take a canoe from the boathouse and take it out on the lake.
There's nothing better than jumping into the cool waters of Sunnen Lake on a hot summer's day at camp. Along with slide and water trampoline, campers have a blast at the waterfront.
For Sunday services, meeting space, parties and weddings, Walker Chapel, with its beautiful stone fireplace and floor to ceiling windows with view of the lake, is perfect for those special events.
Step back to the days of old when pioneer settlements abounded. This location is used for outdoor education of school groups to learn about the way people lived back in the pioneer days. Demonstrations of an apple press, cast iron cooking stove, candle-making, blacksmithing and more are lived out by our Outdoor Education staff. This is also the Chuck Wagon site which can be used for special catered events.
Lake View cabins are side-by-side duplex units. You may reserve one side of the cabin (up to 10 people) or you may reserve both sides that open up to one large cabin – perfect for larger groups (total of up to 20 people).
Forest View cabins have two units, one upper and one lower that do NOT connect. The top unit is ground level, and there are stairs leading to the lower unit.
Dormitory-style lodging with modern bathroom facilities and temperature control. Many have comfortable lounges, porches and fireplaces to encourage the kind of socializing that fosters solid friendships. Cabin sizes and layouts vary, but hold from 16-32 people.
Perfect for school groups, summer campers and families, and the Nature Center provides a hand-on learning experience about the world in which we live.
How Trout Lodge got its name, the serene trout ponds and historic waterwheel are in this area. Catch and release only.
Mosey on down to the ranch for trail and pony rides, hayrides, carriage rides, a barn dance, hat shaping, cowboy camp area and horse overnights. Kick up a little dust as you "horse around". Advanced sign-up required.
This adventure activity area includes a climbing tower and a zip line, for those who want to climb and zip their way to accomplishing new goals. Used for both Camp Lakewood and Trout Lodge. Advanced sign-up required.
Whether a beginner or advanced, the shotgun range is the place to learn or practice your shotgun skills. Advanced sign-up required.
The "primitive" section of Camp Lakewood is for campers ages 13-16. Includes a central bathhouse and bathrooms, as well as large pavilion and basketball court. During the off-season, this area is used by our alumni and outdoor education groups.
Campers love the archery range, and compete to see who gets the bullseye.
These gargantuan structures are where fear comes to die! Our high adventure activities happen here, including Alpine Swing, Alpine Tower, Moonlight Swing, Summit Explore & Rappel, and Summit Zip. Advanced sign up is required for these activities.
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