Areas of growth that can be achieved on the course:
The Challenge Course is perfect for:
We can come to you!
We are also able to bring a challenge course-type experience to your location if you desire. This type of team-building event would include games and initiatives using props that our facilitators will bring to your site. We can lead your group in an experience anywhere from 2 hours to all day. This experience, as well as the challenge course itself, can be altered for groups with low to high physical abilities.
Planning your experience:
We will communicate with you ahead of time to learn a little about your group and what types of goals you have for your time on the challenge course. Your experience can be tailored for your group and the specific growth you seek. Most experiences include all or some of the following:
Participants must be at least 8 years old. Minimum group size is 10 people. You may book a half-day or full day experience. Advance reservations are required. Contact us for current rates.
Optional Christian Perspective
Our facilitators are committed Christians and prepared to lead from that perspective. If you choose, your time on the Challenge Course can begin and end in prayer and your group processing can be expanded to relate to experiences of the Christian life.
Contact the camp office with any questions or to book your experience at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315-376-2640.
If you want your students to experience the wonder of the living environment, this program is for you! Creation Investigation is an opportunity for 2nd - 8th graders to get up close and personal with God's creation, while supplementing the Natural Science material covered in the classroom. Time is split between interactive lecture, hands-on experiments, and tramping through the woods on the lookout for new discoveries. Be warned: your students WILL get their hands dirty and fresh air in their lungs! The length of the program can vary from a couple of hours to a three day experience and can be modified for your group's needs.
Topics that teachers or home school coordinators can choose to study include:
Contact the camp office at email@example.com or 315-376-2640 for more information.
Sixteen cozy rooms, each with a private bath. Rooms sleep 3-4 people comfortably and are furnished with a queen bed (linens provided), bunk bed, and closet space. All queen beds feature Symbol Ultra Dream memory foam mattresses—you're sure to wake bright-eyed and bushy-tailed! Our motel units are equipped with dorm-sized refrigerators and microwaves; some have air conditioning, and all are heated.
Our ten renovated, heated cabins each accommodate 10-14 people in bunk beds adjacent to full bath facilities.Cabins include Eagle's Nest, Hawk's Haven, Loon's Loft, Cedar, Scotch Pine, White Pine, Tamarack, Juniper, Oak, and Spruce.
For our guests who love the character and nostalgia of our original cabins, our three rustic cabins--Balsam, Hickory, and Red Pine--should bring back your best camp memories. Each cabin accommodates 10-14 persons. One has a half-bath (no shower), and all are near the central bathhouse.
Hike a quarter-mile to our Outpost Camp site for two 9-person platform tents and open Adirondack Lean-to. Outhouses on site. Groups may also choose to pitch their tents on our Ballfield, complete with stocked fire pits for your sing-alongs and vespers.
This cozy room adjacent to the Deer Lodge is an ideal break-out room for a group of 20 people.
This showcase room is furnished as it was in the early 1900s. A unique room with a large working fireplace, its Adirondack ambiance accomodates up to 30 people.
Adjacent to the rental kitchen, this renovated room can seat 43 individuals.
This meeting room and recreation area can seat up to 139 people.
Whether you need refreshments at a meeting, lunch for a school field trip, or a special meal at your reunion, Beaver Camp's kitchen team is ready to make it happen. Meals are served buffet-style, with tables overlooking scenic Beaver Lake. Coffee, hot cocoa, and tea are always available.
Aside from the outstanding food our staff can serve your group, we offer a separate kitchen and dining area equipped to provide for groups of up to 43 people where you can enjoy a quiet family atmosphere while you prepare your own meals. Perfect for your group outing, family reunion, or church retreat.
We offer access to a 2-acre playfield; a waterfront facility boasting a sand volleyball court, tetherball, roped swimming area, Aquajump trampoline (July 1 to September 1), canoeing, paddle boating and sailing; hard-surfaced ball court with sporting equipment; bouldering wall; horseshoe pit; Gaga court; and 9-hole Frisbee Golf course. Indoor activities include foosball and air hockey. In winter months we offer snowshoe and cross-country ski trails and equipment and a tubing run. For the most thrilling tubing experience in the North Country, visit our Maple Ridge Center Snow Park in Lowville!