The Adventure Site is located about 1/4 mile from the Main Site, consists of six sites with rustic cabins (no electricity). Each site can sleep between 12 and 16. Each also has a fireplace for cooking and a picnic table with a dining fly. Bathrooms and showers are located at the Adventure Lodge. The Adventure Site is open for retreat groups from late August through late October and April through mid-June, weather permitting.
# of cabins
Capacity per cabin
Capacity per site
|Deer Run||2 cabins||7 - 9||16|
|Fern Glen||2 cabins||7 - 9||16|
|Hawk Ridge||2 cabins||7 - 9||16|
|Hemlock Hollow||2 cabins||7 - 9||16|
|Stony Cove||2 cabins||7 - 9||16|
|Wikiups||2 cabins||7 - 9||16|
There are no indoor meeting rooms at the Adventure Site. However, the Adventure Lodge (an open-air pavilion) is available to all groups staying at the Adventure Site. In addition, each site has a fire circle for campfires.
For those groups staying at the Adventure Site, you may cook meals at the site fireplace or with a camp stove you bring. All food and supplies are provided by the guest group. While there is no ice machine at the Adventure Site, ice is available at the Main Site kitchen.
Youth campers cook breakfast and lunch over an open fire at their site, and children's campers only cook lunch over an open fire at their site. All food and supplies are provided by the Pocono Plateau Adventure Site Staff (Hill Crew). Meals not cooked at their site will be served to campers at the Adventure Lodge.
The Adventure Lodge
Adventure Lodge is available to all groups staying at the Adventure Site.
This open-air pavilion has several picnic tables, plus men's and women's
restrooms (with hot and cold running water, showers, and toilets). During
summer camp, supper is served to all Adventure Campers at the Adventure
Lodge (breakfast is also served to children's campers).