Tour the Camp – Villages

Camper Villages
Continuing down the valley from the Manna Center and pond, we come to the camper villages. The Seeker Village is just up the hill from the amphitheater. These 4 cabins house the youngest Sugar Creek campers, the Pilgrims and Seekers. Each cabin has electricity and five sets of bunk beds. The village fire ring is next to the pond.

Seeker Village

On the far side of the pond, we find 4 platform tents that serve as the Pathfinder Village, which houses our 5th grade Pathfinder campers. Each tent has 8 beds. The two fire rings are used for cooking meals and evening campfire worship. There is also a sturdy picnic shelter for rainy day meals.

Pathfinder Village

Just down the valley from the Pathfinder tents, we enter the Frontier Town. 4 cabins with electricity have 5 sets of bunk beds each. Uncle Jack’s Roadhouse rises in the back of the town. It serves as the kitchen and dining facility for the 7th-8th grade Adventurer program. Behind the town, we find the camp garden, an earth oven for baking bread, and the village’s campfire ring. Besides housing the Adventurer program, the Frontier Town is also used for retreat groups.

Frontier Town

We continue past the Frontier Town, coming to the beautiful camp waterfall, which flows year-round from a spring. As we follow the trail, the view opens up to reveal a meadow with four Covered Wagons. Each wagon has a small shelter, picnic table, and fire pit. Inside each wagon we find 8 beds. This is home to our 6th grade Wagoneer program. Their village fire pit is in the center of the meadow.

Covered Wagons