In 2002, the main lodge was constructed to provide sleeping quarters, a daily meeting place, handicap-accessible restrooms, warmth, and care of the harvested game. The lodge was built with red pine, half-logs from the Northern Wisconsin CCC Camp plantations to create a more natural theme for the camp. Each log was hand peeled, treated, and dried. The lodge cabin sits among oaks and sugar maples, providing a colorful fall setting.
The interior bunkhouse can accommodate small hunting groups, staff, guides, and volunteers. It sleeps 10, has a wheelchair-accessible bathroom with a tub shower and chair seat, and an area with a recreation table available for card playing. Attached to the bunkhouse is a full kitchen with a serving counter. There is a 6×8 area to clean harvested game with sinks, stainnless steel countertops, and a meat cooler in the back of the bunkhouse.
In 2016, we added a 900 square foot dining and meeting room. This room can accommodate 45 guests. Wheelchair guests can access the lodge using a wheelchair ramp. Outside of the dining and meeting room, there is a 20×20 paved area with a fire pit with firewood available.
New Female/Staff Lodging Building
In 2020, we built a Female/Staff Lodging Building that sleeps six. Adjoining the sleeping area is a wheelchair-accessible bathroom with a toilet and sink. There is an additional wheelchair-accessible bathroom with a roll-in shower, toilet, and sink.