Camp Goddard has 21 cabins, seven each in Area’s 1, 2, and 3. Our cabins feature three glass walls, giving our residential guests the unique feeling of sleeping in the woods. Each cabin has 10 beds and has heat and air conditioning to ensure the comfort of our guests.
Each cabin bed has a mattress protector with a bed cover, but campers provide their own bedding (i.e. sleeping bags, sheets, blankets and/or pillows).
Featuring glass walls that overlook the cabins and the lake, our Dining Hall is a beautiful space that seats 150. We offer cafeteria-style “all you can eat” food service that gets rave reviews from our campers.
Beautiful in its simplicity, this glass-walled chapel in the woods seats ??? and is greatly valued by the church groups and faith-based schools who attend our residential programs.
We facilitate swimming from May to October with two swim dock and a roped-off swimming area defined by a ring of buoys. Campers who don’t pass our swim test must wear life jackets in the water and certified lifeguards can be provided by the attending organization of by Camp Goddard.
We have a fleet of canoes and john boats, as well as life jackets, available for our campers.
All three camp areas have their own volleyball courts, and volleyball is always a popular activity with our campers and counselors.
Goddard Children’s Museum
This will link to “Museum Trips”
Archery is the art, practice, or skill of propelling arrows with the use of a bow from Latin arcus. Historically, archery has been used for hunting and combat, while in modern times, its main use is that of a competitive sport and recreational activity.