The camp experience with comforts of home
The Arts & Crafts Ice House
Campers enjoying the porch at the Skillman Lodge
The Skillman Lodge
The Dining Hall
A North Shore Village cabin
A typical cabin interior
The Alpine Tower
The Boat Launch
A South Side Village Cabin
Riding at the Horse Barn
Our comfortable, well-kept cabins are built in the traditional wood camp style. All 15 of our cabins are extremely spacious, with 14 bunks in each cabin. During overnight camp, girls stay in one village and boys stay in a separate village, with age groups separated by cabin and two counselors in each cabin. Cabins are fully enclosed with electricity, doors and windows. Cubby holes and shelves are provided for storage. Restrooms and showers are a short walk from each cabin.
The historical Skillman Lodge sits front and center at Camp Ohiyesa with a spectacular view of Fish Lake from its vast windows and covered porch. Large enough to accommodate 250 people for dining and activities, the lodge is always filled with the aroma of freshly prepared meals. Equipped with wifi, restrooms and meeting rooms, the Skillman Lodge is perfect for a variety of happenings.
Food at camp is plentiful and hearty American fare. For breakfast, we have French toast, pancakes, omelets with sausage and bacon available. A typical lunch could be soup and deli style sandwiches or chicken tenders. Some dinners could be pizza, tacos, ribs, Thanksgiving-style turkey and potatoes, and stuffing. There are options at each meal in addition to the main dish; at breakfast there is a hot and cold cereal bar, including yogurt, fresh fruit, granola, cottage cheese etc. At each lunch and dinner, we have a full salad bar with an alternate dish. Our kitchen does a fantastic job accommodating special dietary concerns and making everyone feel comfortable at camp, as we work carefully to provide a variety of healthy nutritious alternate meals in the case of allergies or other special dietary concerns. Milk is available at each meal. Camp Ohiyesa is a peanut-free facility.