MacDonald Lodge is Camp Kintail’s largest building and is the first building you see when entering the site. It includes a large dining hall which can accommodate up to 250 people, as well as a large attached kitchen. The Lodge kitchen includes a large hallway pantry, a walk-in refrigerator, a chest freezer, four gas ovens, an industrial coffee maker and a commercial dishwasher. Behind the dining hall, MacDonald Lodge contains eight bedrooms, with room to sleep 3 – 4 people per room. Each room contains heat and windows for a comfortable sleep in any weather. There are two male and two female bathroom facilities in the building, which hold twelve toilets, two urinals and eighteen showers all together. There are laundry facilities in MacDonald Lodge. A sound system is provided in the main dining hall. Finally, MacDonald Lodge contains a furnished meeting room for small groups. We have lots of hot water! Click here for a floor plan with dimensions of MacDonald Lodge.
Harmony House is the original Lodge that has been restored. The main hall of this building, called MacKay Hall, includes an indoor and outdoor fireplace, as well as space to seat 50 people in chairs comfortably. MacKay Hall is an ideal place for games, singing, meetings or small workshops. The opposite half of Harmony House contains a brand new catering kitchen. The building includes two downstairs bathrooms. All of Harmony House contains hydro and hot water to ensure a comfortable stay. Click here for a floor plan of Harmony House.
Feathers is a beautiful retreat cabin that is equipped with kitchen, bathrooms, three bedrooms and a comfortable living room. Feathers sleeps 8 comfortably and can be rented from April to June, and from September to November. This is a popular sleeping space for teachers while their class is on an overnight trip, or for speakers at a retreat. Click here for a floor plan of Feathers.
The Recreation Hall
The Recreation Hall is found on the lower part of camp, near Harmony House and the beach. It contains a large indoor space ideal for games, indoor sports, meetings or active workshop. It also includes a low stage. The Recreation Hall can comfortably seat 100 people on the main floor, and an additional 20 people on the stage. This building contains hydro. Click here for a floor plan of the Recreation Hall
Camp Kintail contains a variety of different types of cabins to suit the size and needs of your group. All of our cabins are fully insulated and have electrical outlets.
Cabin Hill Cabins
These cabins are the largest of our sleeping accommodations. Located on the large playing field known as Cabin Hill, they hold the majority of our campers in our summer program. Each cabin contains 6 adult sized bunk beds, large windows and front and back doors. All together, these cabins can hold up to 120 people. These cabins have heat and hydro. As of Fall 2015, all of these cabins have wheelchair accessible decks. Click here for a floor plan of the Cabin Hill cabins.
The L-Shaped Cabin
This cabin is also found on Cabin Hill and is unique to all other cabins on our camp site as it is divided into 3 rooms. The Tundra room accommodates eight people, the Bonsai Room accommodates eight people, and the corner room accommodates four people. All rooms contain adult sized bunk beds, are fully insulated with electrical outlets, and have wheelchair access. Click here for a floor plan of the L-Shaped Cabin.
These cabins are located behind the Feathers building near the front of camp. This individualized site contains a two adjoining cabins, a single cabin,and a private fire pit. The first cabin, Willow, can sleep 10 peopled. The two adjoining cabins can each section can sleep ten people as well. All of the Tir-Na-Nog cabins contain adult sized bunk beds, are fully insulated, have electrical outlets, and are wheelchair accessible.
Like Tir-Na-Nog, these four cabins are found in a more private area of camp, on the Southwest side of the Camp Kintail site. All together these cabins can accommodate 28 people in adult size bunk beds. Kumbayah contains a private firepit. Click here for a floor plan of the Kumbayah Cabins
Traditionally a Yurt was a portable, round tent covered with skins or felt used as a dwelling by nomads in Central Asia. At Camp, the Yurts are structured by wooden poles and have reinforced walls with wooden lattice. They are kept dry from the outdoors by a canvas wall and ceiling, with a plexiglass dome at the peak. We have one Yurt (Mulberry) on Cabin Hill and 3 Yurts in “The Glen”. Each yurt has electrical outlets and a layer of insulation. They can sleep up to 10 in each with 5 bunk beds.
In total our cabins can accommodate up to 200 people. All of our cabins allow your group to enjoy a true camping experience!