What to Expect at Camp
We want you to see Fairview Lake YMCA Camps as your home away from home, and to do that, we strive to provide you with the best facilities, best staff and best experience possible. We take pride in our cabin areas, program lodges and dining facilities, and work hard to select and train caring, fun staff to make your stay at Fairview a memorable experience.
WHERE YOU'LL STAY
Year Round Units:
The east side of Fairview Lake YMCA Camps has three winterized cabin units and a large lodge available for groups. They are separated by wooded areas permitting simultaneous use by several small groups, or your group can rent out the entire unit or the whole side of camp!
The buildings are duplex in style. Each side of a building is identified by a cabin number (listed below). Each cabin has 10-12 built in bunks and its own indoor bathroom with flush toilets and showers. Due to the design of the buildings, coed groups can be easily accommodated. The cabins have heat, electric lights and outlets. Smoke detectors and fire extinguishers are standard in each cabin.
Cabins #1-6 Capacity: 64
Hudson/Edison Capacity: 20
Cabins #7-14 Capacity: 80
Cabins #15-24 Capacity: 104
A typical cabin - everyone has their own window, and each cabin has a bathroom with hot water, showers and flush toilets!
Cabin Exteriors - each building has two cabins with exterior entrances (cabins are not connected inside).
Wickapeck is a unique lodge located near the entrance to camp. The converted farmhouse has bedrooms and bathrooms on two floors, plus a dorm-style wing. A snack kitchen (refrigerator, stove, sink; no kitchen ware), porch and living room make this a great place for large groups and families. Capacity is 50.
Available: Mid April - Mid June / Mid August - Mid October
The west side of Fairview Lake YMCA Camps has three seasonal cabin units available for groups. Seasonal cabins are open in the Spring, Summer and Fall only. Each unit has its own bath house with electrical outlets. Each unit also has its own fire pit for campfires and cooking. We also have room for tent camping.
Nine cabins nestled on the hillside, each with eight built-in bunks. (Cabin capacity: 72) A bathhouse with hot showers, flush toilets and sinks is centrally located in the unit. The center of the unit also has field space for additional tents to be pitched or games to be played. Delaware also has a pavilion area with picnic tables and is near a large athletic field.
Six cabins, each with eight built-in bunks. (Cabin capacity: 48; not suitable for tenting) A bathhouse with hot showers, flush toilets and sinks is centrally located in the unit. A basketball court, Kittatinny Program Lodge and the Wakigan Waterfront are a short walk away.
Ten Adirondack shelters with two bunk beds each accommodate four people. (Cabin capacity: 40, Tenting is also possible) A bathhouse with hot showers, flush toilets and sinks is centrally located in the unit. The unit features its own waterfront. (Please note that the waterfront must be staffed by Fairview Lake Lifeguards to be used.)
WHERE YOU'LL PLAY
Groups in need of places to meet have many options while at camp. From outdoor amphitheaters to large capacity lodges, our directors will assign your group a space to best suit your needs.
Groups may use the CIT Center (capacity: 50), the lower level of the Hudson-Edison cabin (capacity: 40), the Dining Hall or the Nature Lodge (capacity: 30) for meetings and break-out sessions.
White Oak Chapel: Stage area and outdoor seating for 300.
Lakeside Fire Ring: Fire ring and outdoor seating for 300.
Our program lodges are shared spaces and assigned by our Directors to best suit the needs of the group. We will always do our best to accommodate your group needs.
- Kittatinny Lodge: With a large fireplace and main room, plus great spaces for smaller meetings and activities, Kittatinny provides a warm and friendly space for your group.
- Minisink Lodge: Minisink is a state of the art program building, holding offices for our staff, an indoor climbing wall, our Cross Country Ski Shop, a stage, candle making shop, and a great room with a grand fireplace. The wrap around porch provides beautiful views of the lake and an elevator makes the building accessible for everyone.
WHAT YOU'LL EAT
Hot, nutritional, family-friendly meals will keep you energized during your stay at camp! Meals in our dining hall can be served family style, or buffet style, depending on the needs and size of your group. We can also provide evening snacks like big chocolate chip cookies and milk, an ice cream social or s’mores around the campfire!
Options and Special Requests
For guests with special dietary needs, we can provide a range of options. Please contact us to discuss your menu needs. We do not serve peanuts or peanut products in our dining hall.
Birthdays and Celebrations
Will someone in your group be celebrating a birthday or milestone? Please let us know so we can celebrate camp style!
Our experienced staff are chosen for their ability to relate to a variety of age groups, their enthusiasm and their spirit. Staff are available for many activities and programs to make your time at camp memorable and enjoyable. A background check is conducted on each employee to ensure the safety of all of our guests. Meet our professional staff