Forest Study Station
Shelter for Environmental Education programs about the forest habitat
Waukon (upper level) sleeps 16 campers / Trading Post (lower level)
Open air pavilion used for campfires, drama skill, and Day Camp meeting area
32 bed lodge used for Leader In Training program, family camps, weekend groups, and family camp
34 bed lodge used for Junior Leader program, family camps, weekend groups, and family camp
Primarily used for our Environmental Education program on Living History and a great place tell Indian tales and stories
Outdoor amphitheater used as a group overnight activity area for stories, songs, and s’mores
Six lane archery area with covered gathering space for campers. Can be utilized almost all year long.
Large open space hosting soccer, flag football, Frisbee golf, and other large team sports
Low Ropes Course
Two low ropes courses used for team building
Maple Sugar Study Station
Our Sugar shack is where we refine our maple sap into a semi- finished maple syrup. Operates late Feb. through early April as part of our Environmental Education curriculum.
Basketball, four square, volleyball, general meeting area for all of main camp
High Ropes Course
35 foot climbing wall, two vertical playgrounds, three high element challenges, and an eight hundred foot zip line
Israeli dodgeball, known as Ga-ga, is a fast paced, high energy dodgeball game played by eight people or a variety of play scenarios
Three open air cabins for our oldest campers ages 13-16. It's their own little self-contained cabin area of fun.
Dual tube slides that provide year round sledding
Our outside Chapel area to share songs, devotions, and spirituality
Also known as the Yurt, it sleeps 12 campers in a unique accommodation overlooking main camp
Upper Basketball Court
Basketball and four square courts for our guests housed in Runge and Hoffer Lodges
The jewel of Camp Edwards. The original main lodge houses our dining hall, offices, infirmary, and lakeside nature center.
Main camp cabin that sleeps 16 campers
Kybo/ Arts & Crafts
The central shower house servicing the main camp cabin area. The lower level is our arts and crafts room.
Israeli dodgeball, known as Ga-ga is a fast paced, high energy dodgeball game played by eight people or a variety of play scenarios
Marsh Study Station
Shelter used for Environmental education programs about wetland education
12 identical cabins for campers, serviced by our central shower house
The busiest part of camp providing sailing, snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, kayak polo, and general swimming