facilities at camp - 2022
4-H Camp Wabasso
Waterfront at 4-H Camp Wabasso

Facility Rentals

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2023 Rental Rates:

Option 1- The entire facility, except the A-frame (Director’s Quarters) and Jordan Hall, can be rented for $625 per day. There is no specific check in or out time.

Smaller groups may rent a portion of camp based on their needs:

Option 2 - Cabins (including bathhouse) - There are 10 unheated cabins at a cost of $65 per day, per cabin. Four of the cabins are screened and have a capacity of 9 people. Six of the cabins are insulated with windows and have a capacity of 12 people. A minimum of three cabins must be rented.

Option 3 - Hiawatha Dining Hall - A heated commercial kitchen and dining facility for up to 125 people at a cost of $275 per day. Two bathrooms (one with a shower) are also included in the facility. There is a walk-in cooler, a chest freezer, upright freezer, refrigerator, commercial dishwasher, six-burner range, grill, and double oven as well as pots, pans, plates, silverware, and other cooking utensils.

Option 4- Health Center (including bathhouse)- Insulated cabin with three bedrooms, living room, a bathroom and shower, and a kitchenette at a cost of $125 per day. Can sleep up to six people. 

Option 5 - Day-Only Rental for Community Organizations - Rent the 125 person dining hall, plus grounds, for a conference, training, or organizational retreat at a cost of $350 for use of the space, plus a staff member present. Maximum amount of people is 125. Use of the commercial kitchen is included. 

Additional Programs & Services:

Meals- Meals may be provided by camp, depending on availability of a cook. Prices vary, contact us for more information. 

Lifeguards- to have use of the waterfront, rental groups must have a certified lifeguard with a NYS Department of Health acceptable waterfront certification and CPR PRO certification. It is recommended that groups have one lifeguard per 25 people swimming. Lifeguards may be provided (subject to availability) for $30 per hour with a three hour minimum. Rental groups may use boats, but a lifeguard must be on duty. 

Insurance- The renter also needs to provide $1,000,000 in insurance; this is accomplished through a homeowner’s policy. No insurance is needed for groups that are only using the ropes courses.



Lisa Vaughn
Administrative Assistant
315-788-8450 ext. 261

Last updated December 2, 2022