The architectural design and planning for this 550-acre boy scout camp features a new structure for Cub World activities, a camping facility, an eighteen-acre lake, a climbing tower and general ancillary support areas. Also designed for the campus are sixteen staff lodging cabins, each capable of housing four staff members. In addition, a large residence for the ranger is included on the premises.
This 78,000 square foot activity center includes a theater and gymnasium, accompanied by a 20-foot high lobby with a curtainwall looking out over the adjacent countryside. The center is connected to they high school by a glass-enclosed pedestrian bridge. This walkway arches gently upward over its 100-foot span a total of 12 inches. Both functional and pleasing to the eye, the glass curtainwall was designed to match this arch and flex with the movement of the bridge. "American School & Univeristy" Design Excellence Honor