PRAIRIE STAR DISTRICT ARCHIVES
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Some housing options are included in the Standard Food and Lodging Fee. Other options have a surcharge or a discount from the Standard Fee. Discounts and surcharges are noted under each option. See fees for complete fee schedule.
At registration you will express your preferences for housing. Camp staff will assign housing early in April to everyone registered by then. After April 15, camp staff will assign remaining housing as registrations are received. Camp participants will be notified of their assignment and invoiced for housing fees above the deposit. Camp staff will try to honor your housing preferences, but it may not be possible because there is limited space in each building.
Note to families: Parents, teens, and children will be housed together. The Spring Cabins are primarily intended as housing for single adults and young adults in single gender cabins.
Comparable to a very nice motel, the Swanson Center is the most luxurious housing at the camp. Each air-conditioned room has two queen-sized beds, its own bathroom and shower, television, telephone, and wireless broadband internet. Paved sidewalk to the dining hall. There are 22 rooms available. ADA accessibility and elevator. There is a big shaded front porch with rocking chairs, a large patio in the back, and several large meeting rooms, some of which have large screen TVs. Bedding and towels are provided.
Swanson Center is NOT available for those registering for a partial week.
Cost: Standard Food and Lodging Fee ($250) per person plus a surcharge of $250 per room for the week.
Each air-conditioned room has two double beds, a desk, a television, and a sink. Bath facilities are “down the hall.” Located adjacent to the dining hall, and close to meeting rooms for most of our activities. There are a few breakout nooks. There are 17 rooms available; would work for families of four, if children are willing to share a bed. Two floors, no elevator. Bedding and towels are provided.
Cost: Standard Food and Lodging Fee ($250) per person plus a surcharge of $150 per room for the week.
Located close to the dining hall and the gymnasium, Angel’s Gulch is a small facility with a couple of comfortable, small meeting rooms. The building is air conditioned. Two sleeping rooms include three bunk beds in each room, and there’s a single room with one single bed. There are two bathrooms. Bedding and towels are NOT provided.
Cost: Standard Food and Lodging Fee ($250) per person. No extra charge.
There are seven cabins nestled in the tree line with a common showerhouse/pavilion. Each cabin is equipped bunk beds capable of sleeping 4–8. Accessible by car or on foot on a gravel road, with the dining hall a 10-minute walk away. Not air conditioned. Primarily intended for housing for single adults; young adults encouraged to stay here. Bedding and towels are NOT provided. The common showerhouse/pavilion is shared with people staying the campground.
Cost: Standard Food and Lodging Fee ($250) per person less $25 per person. (That is $225 per person.)
Located close to the Spring Cabins, the campground has 20 electrical and 10 water hook ups (but no sewer hook ups). Accessible by car or by foot along a gravel road, with the dining hall a 10-minute walk away. Campers must bring their own tent, camper, or RV. Bedding and towels are NOT provided. Restrooms and shower house are shared with the Spring Cabins and are located at Spring Cabins.
Cost: Standard Food and Lodging Fee ($250) per person less $75 per person. (That is $175 per person.)
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