Camp Round Meadow
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There are 4 heated dorms in Camp Round Meadow with a maximum capacity of 30 people each. Each dorm has 2 separate bathrooms with hot showers and flush toilets. Electric outlets are provided in the bathrooms.
Cots and mattresses are provided. Campers must bring bedding, toiletries, toilet paper, and cleaning supplies. Mops and brooms are provided.
The dining hall seats 120 people. It includes a kitchen equipped with stoves and griddles, walk-in refrigerator, and an ice machine. Groups are responsible for their own food service and if cooking for themselves must provide all dishes, utensils, cookware, and supplies.Those using the kitchen are requested to have a certified food handler on duty. U.S. Public Health Service sanitation requirements must be maintained and the facility thoroughly cleaned before departure.
A list of local caterers is available from the park.
A grassy area near the outdoor court can be used as an open play area. Picnic tables and an outdoor fire circle are located in this general area. The gym contains a basketball court with a wooden floor. Street shoes, food, and beverages are prohibited in the gym. Showers and restrooms are provided. The conference room is configured for lectures and audio/video (AV) presentations, but no AV equipment is supplied. Year-round climate control assures the comfort of the audience.
Park hiking trails and picnic areas are within a short distance of Camp Round Meadow. Groups may enhance their experience by hiking nearby interpretive trails, attending scheduled interpretive programs, or by requesting ranger presentations (available with advance written notice).
Did You Know?
The first Job Corps Center in President Johnson’s “War on Poverty,” operated from 1965-1969. Goals were to combine work, education, and recreation “to create a desire to become happy, useful, and self-supporting citizens,” to “create a good work attitude,” and to improve reading and math skills.