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A Tour of Wesley Forest

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This is Lick Run, one of the 3 smaller cabins. Our camp stays in the 3 smaller cabins along with the lodge and annex. All of the cabins have been recently remodeled and are handicapped accessible. Starting in 2007 we are now also using the lakeside cabins and the handicapped accesible cabins near the dining hall. This greatly increases the number of campers that can be there at the same time and enabled us to combine the June and July camps into one large camp.
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The tire swings are just one of the many obstacles on the challenge course. The Wesley Forest staff leads the campers through the swings, the giant spider web and many other challenges !!!!
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Bobby is guarding the bridge that leads to the creek side cabins. You can see part of the craft room and the main lodge in the back.
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The lake is the sight of many good times at camp. Everyday the campers can swim, boat, or go creek stomping. Here is Kate enjoying the lake
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Sometimes the people on the boats end up wetter then the people in the lake!!!
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The staff at Wesley Forest is always working to improve the camp. A few years back they replaced the stone pathways with wooden boardwalks. This allows for much more mobility for the wheelchairs. In the picture you can see the boardwalk around the annex and the main lodge. The boardwalk runs from the bridge and connects the annex, lodge, and smaller cabins.
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Aaron and Kyle show off one of the bunk beds inside Lick Run. These bunk beds are similiar to the beds in all of the cabins.
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The most important part of our tour is, of course, our campers and their smiling faces ! Hope to see you soon !!!!!!
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