General Housing: Primary housing at Camp Gifford is found in nine A-frames sleeping 12-14 persons each. A-frames all have heat, bathrooms/showers, firm 6” mattresses, a semi-private loft with two beds.
Cottages: Our four cottages are very basic sleeping rooms accommodating 8-12 people on bunks. Central bathrooms are used for the cottages (separate from cabins). Two cottages are heated and three are not.
Fir and Maple: Built in 2001, Fir and Maple are hotel style rooms found in the lower level of our new Dining Hall. Each room has one full and three single beds, heat, and private bathroom.
Aspen: During the summer Aspen is our Camp Infirmary. The rest of the year it is available to groups. Aspen has three bedrooms all with private baths and heat. Two bedrooms contain twin over full bunks while one room has twin over twin bunks. It also contains a common area and kitchenette (kitchenette includes a microwave, coffee machine, refrigerator, sink and etc. No oven/stove.)
Cheney and Pullman: Built in 2003, Cheney and Pullman contain two bunks each (four beds per room), private shower/toilet facilities, heat, desk and dresser.
Tamarack: Tamarack sits at the top of the waterfront hill overlooking the lake. It contains one full beds, three single beds, a common area, bathroom and heat.
Hassell House: The Hassell House sits in the woods behind camp. It includes three bedrooms (one downstairs plus two lofts), a kitchen, two bathrooms, a large living room and laundry facilities. It includes one queen bed, six beds (three bunks) in one loft and two single beds in a second (non-private) loft.