Camp Facilities

Camp Mush-A-Mush is 30+ acres of mixed woodland and fields on the shore’s of Big Mush-A-Mush Lake. The large fields on either side of the lodge are good for baseball, soccer, or other activities. They have room for large groups to tent together. The field behind the lodge is great for sledding in the winter.

The camp features a main lodge with a large multipurpose room and kitchen. The lodge can be used for winter camping, or a meal hall/ craft room for larger camps. The camp now has a Washer / Dryer available. And three showers in the basement.
There are four new cabins along the edge of the field, and one cabin in the woods. The first cabin is wheelchair accessible. The cabins on the field have eight bunks, and solar lighting. The cabin in the woods has six bunks, a table, and solar lighting. 
For older Scouts and Venturers, there is an Adirondack available. With its own fire pit for roasting marshmallows, and singing campfire songs.
The camp has over 22 campsites, in two woodland areas, plus ample space for camping on two large fields. With picnic tables and campfire rings.
The camp is located on the shores of lake Mush-A-Mush, with over a 1500 feet of beautiful shoreline. A dock for launching canoes and kayaks. And a beach for swimming, and water activities.
There are canoes and kayaks for rent with all required safety gear. There is canoe training available upon request.

Other Facilities:

From men's and women's washrooms, to campfire circles, and a chapel for Sunday services.