Completed in 2017, this cabin located next door to the director's cabin houses our non-camp counselor staff.
Cabin groups are each responsible for clearing their own tables after meals. While clearing and after finishing, they sing songs to make the work more fun. It’s a favorite part of the day for many campers.
Gaga Ball Pit
Never-ending fun next to the Dining Hall!
This building comprises of 3 cabins that each sleep 8 with a center common room. Usually our youngest campers are housed here. The building is heated for year-round use and has a wood stove in the common room.
A gazebo next to the Tuck Shop dedicated to a longtime friend of camp, this place has become a favorite for Bible Exploration in the mornings and meeting place at free hour.
Buy snacks, ice cream, and other camp goodies at our store.
The treehouse is a favorite place to hang out. Follow the trail behind the nurse’s station to find it.
Hopefully your camper will never have to come here, but just in case, we have an RN onsite whenever camp is in session.
The Village Cabins
Group of 4 cabins situated across the pond. These cabins have a separate shower house and toilet facilities to share. Each cabin sleeps 9 people.
Campers enjoy canoeing and kayaking on our pond. The woods surrounding have trails for hiking to a tree house.
Follow this road to get to every building on the camp property
Fishing at the Pond
This structure houses activity staff for the summer.
Come have fun in the sun and cool off in the pool on those hot summer days. Our pool is located on the far side of the pond, before you reach the horse corral.
Just past the pool, horse reside in the corral for the summer, eager to teach the little humans now to ride
The basketball court is found past the pond, near the swimming pool
Enjoy sand volleyball or other variations with your team after dinner. The court is found next door to the basketball court.
Located in the meadow on the far side of the pond, this picnic shelter is named after one of the first camp directors of Camp Cherith® of WNY.
Building contains 3 cabin units (each house 9 people) usually reserved for middle-school aged campers. It is on the far side of the pond, in the middle of a rolling meadow. Trails along the hedgerows lead to the dining hall and camp fire spots. Campers in these cabins and Settlement cabins share a separate shower house located a short walk away.
Old Oak Tree
Found in the upper meadow, this oak tree has a branch we call the “Bucking Bronco.” It is a favorite tree for climbing and playing. The trunk is so wide, it takes over 10 kids to get their arms around it.
The log cabins are a group of 3 cabins on the far side of the pond and generally house our high-school-aged campers. They each can sleep 9 people.
Learn the skills that made Robin Hood famous. Shoot your quiver of arrows and see how many bull's eyes you can hit.
The Rifle Range
Learn to shoot .22 rifles this summer with certified instructors! Our rifle range is on the edge of the camp property past the horse corral, pool, and archery range. Make sure you have on your walking shoes when you tramp out here!