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Kabeyun is locatedon 85 acres at the south end of New Hampshire's Lake Winnipesaukee, with nearly a mile of shorefront and two large sandy coves with beaches. Boys live in screened-in cabins, positioned along the shoreline and connected by wooded paths. Other buildings include four lavatories, all with flush toilets and two with hot showers; the dining hall and kitchen; the lodge with its stage for theatrics, pianos, ping-pong tables, and other games; the "jam shack" with keyboard and drum kit; the infirmary; the office with camp store; the photography building equipped for developing and printing; an archery range; the camp library with a varied selection of books; the woodworking shop with hand and power tools; and well-equipped leatherworking and pottery shops.
Our facilities also include four docks for swimming and boating, three clay tennis courts, three badminton courts, two ball fields, a basketball court, a climbing wall, two overnight campsites and our initiative and challenge ropes course. Our boating fleet includes fourteen canoes, twelve kayaks, six rowboats, fourteen sailboats, a waterski/wakeboard/wake surf boat, stand up paddleboards, and a variety of sail boards for windsurfing.
Boys live in simple cabins ranging in size from up to six younger boys and three or four counselors in lower camp to as many as ten older boys with three or four counselors in upper camp. The cabin population is typically a mix of new and returning campers, and are grouped by age and school grade.
Cabins are a community living space; each boy is responsible for keeping their own area neat and organized, their beds made, and their clothes neatly folded in their shevles. As a group, they spend time each morning sweeping the floor and tidying up the surrounding grounds. Each boy has his own single or bunk bed with a set of shelves to store his belongings. Doors and windows are screened, and counselors have lights in their areas for illumination after dark.
Communal bath houses are a short walk from each cabin, with toilets, sinks, and private hot showers.
Most boys bring their belongings to camp according to the packing list in duffle bags, suitcases, or trunks, and unpack completely on opening day in to their shelves. Luggage is stored for the duration fo their stay in the rafters of the cabin or, in the case of hard trunks, underneath the cabin.