Facilities And Recreational Opportunities
The foundation's facilities include:
- Five cedar log housing cabins -- the Bear, Deer, Fox, Hawk and Owl cabins -- which sleep up to a total of 80 kids and 40 counselors
- Crab Indoor Activities Complex --a two-building complex that features the Red Crab Building, which is a large gathering place with games and a wood-burning fireplace, and the Blue Crab Building, which is a combination gym/dining room with a commercial-grade warming kitchen.
- A screened-in, outdoor dining pavilion
- A 100-seat covered outdoor amphitheater
- A handicapped-accessible treehouse
- A state-of-the-art health center
- A camp office
- A camp store
The foundation's compound also offers a wide array of recreational outlets for the sports, water or nature enthusiasts:
- try their skills on the 15-station confidence course, the softball field or the archery range
- climb or swing on the playground structure
- play badminton, volleyball, tennis, basketball, shuffleboard, or hopscotch on the lighted, all-purpose sports court
- practice on a 9-hole mini putt-putt course
- swim, canoe, kayak or paddle-boat in the spring-fed, 5-acre lake
- take a dip in the camp's above ground swimming pool
- wander down a 3/4 mile nature trail
- observe the wildlife that inhabit Duckworth pond
And for those who want to just take it easy, there are hammocks on which to read or snooze and plenty of catfish and bass in the lake.
"All camp activities are geared to the children's abilities and age groups. There's no pressure. Disabilities never stop them from believing in themselves," says CJCF Founder and President Bev Gough. "At Camp Friendship, kids don't waste time dwelling on things they canít do. Instead they have the time of their lives doing the things they can," Gough adds.
For more information contact Beverly Gough at 410-531-0758 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.