The Dining Hall is the main building at Camp Natoma. It was originally an open air building but now has screened sides. Campers enjoy the cool shade of the Dining Hall for all 3 meals each day. A brand new green metal roof was added in 2014. In 2016 and 2017 the kitchen received major upgrades.
The swimming pool is 25 yards long and has a twisting, enclosed water slide. It ranges from 3ft to 9ft deep.
Everyone sleeps outside under the stars on metal cots with a mattress and sleeping bag. The main campsites are Hilltop, Acorn, Franklin, and Stockton. Each campsite has smaller group areas, restroom facilities, a drinking fountain and sink.
Franklin Creek runs through both sides of camp. There’s even a spring-fed pond where turtles, frogs, fish, and crawdads live year round. The dry creek bed is where campers look for soapstones - unique carvable rocks.
The Fire Ring is where everyone gathers in the evening for songs, skits and hilarious entertainment. There is a special rock formation in the shape of a Thunderbird next to the fire.
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