Camp Clay Cabin Rental
Now taking reservations for 2018!
Call for Availability!
Contact the YMCA at 419.238.0443 to book your weekend!
Rates Available Below
An 18-bed reconstructed 1837 hewn log cabin available for a unique camping experience.
The Camp Clay cabin was originally built in 1837 by the Jacobson Family five miles southwest of Camp Clay. Local virgin Maple & Ash trees were used to make “hewed” or flat logs. Trees used to build the cabin would have been 30 to 40 years old during the American Revolution! In the mid 1900’s the cabin was converted to a barn and tool shed on the Springer Farm. The Springer Family donated the cabin to Camp Clay and it was moved and restored in 2010 to an 1850’s style cabin with wrap-around front porch. Visitors are invited to enjoy this rare piece of American history while visiting Camp Clay
- Air Conditioning, Refrigeration & Electricity
- Sleeps 18 adults
- Upper Deck and Wrap-Around porch with Great camp & pond views
- Cook on the grill or over the fire
- Enjoy the Aqua Park & Splash Pad (with separate paid admission)
- Indoor restrooms and 3 showers on-site.
Cabin Rental Rates
Weekdays: $125 per night
Friday or Sunday Only: $200 per night
2 Night: $450
(Friday & Saturday Nights or Saturday & Sunday Nights)
3 Nights: $600
(Friday 11 am – Monday 10 am)
Contact the YMCA at 419.238.0443 or Kevin Morrison, Camp Clay Director at (269) 838-9789 for more information and reservations.
Early Booking Recommended & Down Payment required to confirm booking.
To Find out More Details about the Cabin & Frequency Asked Questions please review the Rental Agreement. The Rental Agreement explains everything in detail.
Click the link below to learn about the historic Camp Clay Cabin