Ogontz has several large spaces for groups to hold rehearsals, dances, lessons, meetings, functions, eventrs, recents, or shows. Convertible space includes the Dining Hall, the Rehearsal Hall (also known as the Junior Rec Hall), the Summer Barn and Stables, the parlour of Sutherland Cabin and Log Hall (pictured below). Many spaces at camp are either fully convertible or dual purpose as both living spaces and meeting spaces.
Living space at Ogontz varies from several medium sized indoor log cabins (with both plumbing and enclosed bedrooms), to Adirondack style cabins with open sides and access to the nearby shower rooms and toilet facilities. These cabins are a little bit more rustic, but renovations have drastically improved quality of the cabins over the last few seasons. All cabins are shared by one to six people depending on the camp size. There are over 90 indoor and outdoor cabins spread throughout the campus.
Ogontz campers are treated to full and delicious meals three times a day. The food at Ogontz is prepared daily in the camp's large kitchen and the Ogontz chefs are legendary. The Dining Hall can seat about 200 people at a time and has a warm rustic charm to it with wooden floors and large windows looking out over camp from three different sides.
For warm summer afternoons and evenings where an outdoor meal is desired, there is a large wrap around deck connected to the Dining Hall that can accomodate the entire camp. Also outside the deck is a special grill and smoker. On occasion, meals can be held at other camp locations such as on a hill or next to one of camp's beautiful waterfalls.
The Ogontz Bakery, another impressive facility that is connected to the Dining Hall, prepares bread, desserts, and other tasty items daily, ranging from the famed Ogontz Chocolate Chip Cookies to large and rich cakes.
Camp menus will be discussed with your group leader during the reservation process.
A Shaw's Grocery Store and Walmart are also located about fifteen mintues away in Littleton.