We took our family for a visit to Camp Tannadoonah this weekend and we had a great time. Camp Fire USA is celebrating it's 100th year and the camp had a party to celebrate.
Morris Lodge above is where we would gather for events. There was always singing involved.
There are still 97 steps down to the waterfront.
When I was searching for pictures I found my sash and vest with all of my accomplishments attached. Sarah, of course, is way cute in them.
Things I learned as a kid at Camp Tannadoonah:
Always swim with a buddy.
Kitchen duty is actually kind of fun.
Resting for an hour in the afternoon is a good idea.
Crafting is fun.
Trying new things is fun.
Being outside is fun.
Hiking is awesome.
Did you go to camp as a kid? If you did, have you been back lately?
It had been about 25 years since I had been to Camp Tannadoonah. I called one building "new" and Jon said that while it may not have been there when I was a camper, it was far from "new." Yeah, whatever.
Jon and Sarah investigating the new amphitheater area.
Camp is fun. If you have kids between the ages of 6-16 years old and live in the Michiana area I would highly recommend checking into this sleep away camp for next summer.