Most of our structures were built by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930's and hold historical value. Our bathrooms and kitchens, however, are much more modern, and most of the camp is wheelchair-accessible. Please note that Clear Lake's facilities are able to accommodate no more than one hundred persons.
There are eight general-use dormitory cabins on-site; a staff cabin and a nurse's cabin have been designated for use by medical/administrative staff. Each dormitory cabin has bunks for twelve and has electricity and heat.
Our wood-panelled lodge has space to host groups of all sizes, whether with seating for presentations or open floor-space for activities. Attached is an office and private restroom for personnel.
The dining hall has ample tables with bench seating; attached is a kitchen fully stocked with the appliances, pots, pans, and utensils needed to prepare food for large groups, including a walk-in freezer and dry-storage area. Cook-staff are provided with their own bedroom and bathroom in the building.
An easy walk from the lodge - and wheelchair accessible - our amphitheater area is right next to the lake. Rustic seating, a classic firepite, and a lovely view set the stage for stories, skits, or simple relaxation.