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Worship Areas: (3) Outdoor Chapels (along Weikert Run, near Dining Hall, at the end of the Lake.) We also have an outdoor Prayer Labyrinth, Prayer Walk, and Apostles Trail.
Campfire areas: (6) Behind Hemlock and White Pine Lodges, beside Penns Creek Lodge, beside Picnic Pavilion, at end of the Lake, along Lick Run stream on the Wildcat Trail, at Adirondack shelters.
Picnic Tables: at Picnic Pavilion, Registration Pavilion, in front of Dining Hall, beside Lake, in picnic shed at Penns Creek Lodge, along Lick Run stream, at Adirondacks, behind Hemlock Lodge.
BBQ Charcoal Grills: (2) At Picnic Pavilion Pavilion, at picnic shed at Penns Creek Lodge
Sports Activities: 9 Square In The Air (2 sets), outdoor Human Foosball court, GaGa pit, sand volleyball, outdoor basketball court, 9 hole disc golf course, large sports and activity field, 20 Eno Hammocks for lounging (staff set up required), Lakeside fishing (personal equipment required unless Wesley Forest sponsored camp or event), Penns Creek fly fishing (license, trout stamp, and personal equipment required), ice fishing on Lake (personal equipment required), ice skating (personal gear required), sledding/toboggan (one toboggan available).
Staffed Activities: Swimming and boating in the lake (seasonally dependent), star study, night hike, stream stomp, stream study, geo-caching (5 GPS units), treasure hunts, earth ball games, guided nature hike (tree ID, spring wildflowers), rainbow caterpillar hike, Huck Finn fishing in the lake, fire building, map and compass skills, knots for camping, outdoor cooking, home in the woods program, Native American educational programs, stream stomps. Prior arrangements required and additional fees charged.
Challenge Course: Wesley Forest staff is trained to lead your group through our field game/initiatives and extensive low ropes challenge course. Prior arrangements are required and additional fees charged. Please contact Wesley Forest office at 570.922.1348 for more information.
Sleep Out Locations: Endless locations, however we recommend: Adirondack outpost shelters, the rec field, along Lick Run stream, TeePees (set up is dependent on season and weather) Educational opportunities: Tree ID/leaf collecting, spring wildflower area, star gazing and star studies, fossil hunting, Pardee Lumber Company site, self lead nature trail (Sylvan Saunter), compass trail. Ask the Wesley Forest staff for more information.
Trails of particular interest (Trail Guides Available for WF Guests): Hike to Chimney Rock, Hike to Fossil Rock, Weikert Run bridges (Swinging Bridge, Standard Bridge, Monkey Bride), Wildcat Trail (Covered Bridge, tram tie impressions), Big Island (Cable Car Bridge, Burma Bridge)
Equipment of Interest: 43” mounted flat screen TVs in both Hemlock and White Pine Lodges with HDMI hook up and DVD player, Sound system in Dining Hall, Keyboards (Penns Creek Lodge, Dining Hall, White Pine Lodge), Indoor/Outside movie theater, NOOMA video library, Popcorn machine in Dining Hall, TV/VCR/DVD(Dining Hall and Penns Creek Lodge)
Sports Equipment: volleyball, basketball, bases, bats for soft-safe balls, ball pump, playground balls, soccer balls, Frisbees, disc golf discs, giant Jenga, Spikeball, corn hole (2 sets) Summer programs: Swimming in the Lake, stand up paddle boards, kayaks, canoes, rowboats, paddleboats, human foosball, Snack Shack, hammock village, Challenge Course, field games, geocaching, treasure hunt, slip n’ slide, stream study, stream stomp, night hikes, star studies, optional sleep outs (field, Adirondack shelters, home in the woods area
along Lick Run stream, teepees), Earth Ball games, Huck Finn fishing, Native American lore, fire building.
Off Site Interest Locations: Bald Eagle State Forest, bike trails, Union County Sportsman’s Club wildlife zoo and playground, Pardee Pond Trail, Penns Creek fly fishing only area and Trophy Trout area, antique stores, Verna’s Fabric Shop, Lewisburg Farmers Market (Wednesday Only), hike to old railroad tunnel, Mifflinburg Buggy Museum, RB Winter State Park (27 miles), Penns Cave (30 miles) and many other attractions too numerous to mention. Contact Emily at Wesley Forest, 570.922.1348, for other local activities and attractions.