The cabin line is really the heart of camp! The cabin group is very important at Merrie-Woode because it is where a great deal of important social growth can take place for campers. It is from this cabin group that most of campers’ memories will linger. Enjoying a cool summer evening while listening to the crickets sing outside…raindrops gently pattering on the cabin roof…playing card games with cabin mates during a lazy Rest Hour…writing letters home while curled up on the top bunk…these are the memories that are the heart and soul of a summer at camp!
Cabins at Merrie-Woode are rustic wooden structures with screened windows and electricity. A typical cabin consists of 1 – 2 counselors and 4 – 6 campers. These cabins share clean, modern bathhouses directly behind the cabin line. Older campers live in cabins with 2 counselors and 8 – 10 campers and built-in bathrooms. Each cabin houses wooden bunk beds and plenty of storage and cubby space for each camper.
“…situated, celebrated on Fairfield Lake!”