Extensive space and a million things to do
Camp Echo encompasses over 500 acres, the majority of which is undeveloped forest and multi-purpose trails. Campers get the rustic environment and feeling of open space that make Camp Echo such a special place, but they also get multiple facilities for organized activities.
There are 18 traditional camper cabins, 10 small staff cabins (known as Peak cabins), a collection of teen and staff cabins, The Klein Clinic, Judy Rouse Memorial Chapel, Al Butler Memorial Amphiteatre, Jay Johnson Trip Center, an Arts & Crafts building and the Social Lodge.
Choices and more choices
Camp Echo is extremely proud of its various program facilities: high ropes course, low ropes course, team elements course, climbing wall, water skiing area with three ski boats, swimming area with barge, fishing area with two pontoon boats, sailing area, boating and canoeing area with various… boats, paddle boards and canoes, ga-ga pits, basketball court, tennis court, bouldering cave, softball field, and more!
Camp Echo also has an extensive network of Hiking and horseback trails with many onsite campgrounds used for our overnights in traditional camp programming.
At Camp Echo we continuously work to adapt and improve our space . Our goal is to continue to provide the exceptional camping experience that has kept kids coming back for generations.
Camp Echo Master Plan
The 2007 Camp Echo Master Plan laid a strong foundation for the strengthening and growth of Camp Echo. Several projects have been completed and there is more work to be done. In spring of 2014, Camp Echo initiated an updated Master Plan process.
This Master Plan explores means by which Camp Echo can provide life-changing experiences to more campers while ensuring that the focus on community remains strong. Once the updated Master Plan process is complete, we will share the exciting vision with the entire Camp Echo community. If you have questions about the updated Camp Echo Master Plan, please contact the Camp Director.