Camp Cabins - Grand Oaks Camp 2017

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River View Cabins
The three “Riverview” cabins were built around 1970.  They are concrete block structures used primarily for summer camp that are also available in spring and fall.  Each cabin has two dormitory areas with restroom facilities shared in the middle.  Each dorm room is equipped with 6 bunk beds and one twin size bed usually used for the group leader, thus making the total capacity of each building 26 persons.  In summer camps, these cabins typically house girls.
The central restroom area features 4 toilets, 4 sinks and 3 private showers with shared dressing space.
Each cabin is air conditioned and has heat adequate for mild weather.  
Hilltop Cabins
The six “Hilltop” cabins are also block structures built around 1970.  Each cabin has six or seven bunk beds and two twin size group leader beds providing housing for up to 16 persons in each.  During summer camps these cabins usually are used for boys.
Each cabin also has a small separate area with a toilet and sink.  The buildings are air conditioned. 
Hilltop Shower House
The Hilltop Cabins share a main bath house in the center of the complex.  It has six toilets, seven private showers and six sinks in a spacious area.  The shower house is not air conditioned, but a large attic fan keeps the building ventilated and usually comfortable.
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