Our Campground

Please join us and experience the quiet tranquility of coastal mountains and age old hemlock and spruce trees or if you are looking for more invigorating recreational activities such as hiking, biking, beachcombing, and cross country skiing in the winter, those too can be found near the camp.  Within a five mile radius, the topography around the camp changes from glacier ice to the salt water of Lynn Canal.  The area is an excellent location for outdoor activities, education, environmental studies, or quiet reflection.

We have a variety of facilities to suit your needs whether you have a large group or just a small circle of friends. See our options below and click for more info or to see additional photos.

Argetsinger Lodge

The camp’s main lodge with fireplace and great room will comfortably handle 70+ people.    The lodge can be used for dining, receptions, group meetings, and large group activities. Table and chairs are also available. A covered porch is located at the west end. The lodge includes a fully-equipped commercial kitchen featuring two gas ranges with flat tops and four ovens, commercial mixer and dishwasher, refrigerators and freezers.  All pots, pans, cooking, eating and serving utensils are provided.

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Frank Maier Cabin

The Frank Maier year round cabin is self-contained, with propane heat, plus a wood burning stove.  It includes a bunkhouse that sleeps approximately 10 individuals plus a small loft (mattresses provided).  The kitchen is equipped with a gas stove, refrigerator, microwave, pots,  pans, eating and cooking utensils.  There is a dining area and large table for work, crafts, or meetings.  There is a fire pit outside. An outhouse is nearby and the bathhouse is a short walk from the cabin.

Gotschall Cabin

The Gotschall year round cabin is self-contained with propane heat.  It sleeps approximately 18 individuals in two separate lofts accessible by ladder (mattresses provided).  Two bunk beds are available on the first floor.  The kitchen is equipped with a gas stove, refrigerator, microwave, pots,  pans, eating and cooking utensils.  There is a dining area with open space for activities.  There is a fire pit outside. An outhouse is nearby and the bathhouse is a short walk from the cabin.

Winter Bunk Cabin (4)

Nagoonberry, Crowberry, Wild Cucumber, and Cloudberry

Our year-round cabins make the perfect shelter for your next adventure.  They are year round sleeping cabins.  The Nagoonberry is heated by oil; the other cabins use electric heaters.    All cabins are insulated and have electricity.  The cabins have bunk beds and mattresses, sleeping  8-10 campers, and are typically rented in conjunction with the lodge.

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Summer Bunk Cabin (5)

5 non-heated sleeping cabins are perfect for surrounding campers with nature.  Each cabin sleeps 6-8 campers are located throughout the camp. The cabins have bunk beds and mattresses, and are typically rented in conjunction with the lodge.

Treat Cabin

This cozy cabin sleeps 2 if a full sized bed, sheets provided. Includes a sitting area, table and chairs and heat and electricity.  It has a mini kitchen (water seasonal) and is just steps from the bathhouse.

Bath House

Bathhouse and Showers – within easy walking distance of all cabins, year round, fully accessible, heated bathhouse has hot showers, washing facilities and indoor flush toilets. Outhouses are located throughout the camp as well. Attached laundry with two washers and two dryers are available

Outdoor Areas

Include two covered fire circles with bench seating (one large, the other smaller); a covered pavilion with a fireplace.

The Pavilion is an open air building with electrical outlets, picnic tables, and a small fireplace.

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The Covered Fire Circle near the lodge.

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Camp Facilities Flyer 2016