Our cabins and yurts serve as our primary housing for summer campers.
The Pacific Yurt is a circular structure that consists of a durable fabric cover, tension band and a wood frame that includes a lattice wall, radial rafters, central compression ring and a framed door. These amazing structures are a camper favorite here at Lincoln Lake. Each yurt has 22 beds in them...enough for all your friends! Guests staying in the yurts will enjoy use of the nearby shower house - just a few feet away!
Generations of campers at Lincoln Lake have shared one common experience: a week of calling our camp cabins home. Each of our eleven cabins are nestled in the trees on the hill and bluff of Lincoln Lake. Our shady hilltop is in the center of campus, surrounded by the Chapel, Shower House, Quonset and the Lodge.
The camp Shower House features four fully-tiled shower stalls and four lavatories on both sides of the building. The guys and gals entrances are separated by a privacy area.