Summer Cabins Information

Summer Cabins
Features and Amenities

Camp Oak Hill was founded as a summer camp in 1948 using the vintage summer cabins that were built for that purpose in the 1950s.
Camp Oak Hill continued to exclusively run summer camps through 2006 when we expanded to hosting family reunions, church retreats, community organizations, youth groups, weddings, etc. These groups and traditional summer camps typically use our newer facilities, but larger groups continue to use the original summer cabins during milder spring through fall weather.
We have 4 summer cabins in two buildings. Each cabin has 8 beds (4 bunks), a table and chairs, a ceiling light, electrical outlets, a fan, and cleaning supplies.
A bathhouse is located between the 2 summer cabins. The bathhouse has 4 showers, 4 toilet stalls, and sinks.
Summer cabins cannot be rented separately from the minimum 2-night rental rate for the exclusive use of Camp Oak Hill.

In addition to the summer cabins, guests have exclusive use of all 50 acres of our beautiful Camp Oak Hill property (woodland trails, fields, garden, greenhouse, pond, and stream) as well as 24/7 access to the pool (summer months), the pavilion (lights, power outlets, 10 picnic tables, 2 charcoal grills, a gas grill, and a fire circle), the Williamson Amphitheater in the woods (stage, lights, and power outlets), and recreational facilities (basketball, volleyball, and pickleball courts).

The 50-seat Barn-Chapel and the 80-seat camp dining hall and camp kitchen are available for additional fees.

Go to our downloadable Guest Guidelines for more helpful information.