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How long has it been since you’ve been to Camp Dearborn?

If it’s been a while, a trip to Camp Dearborn this summer will reveal that many of the fondly remembered and favorite aspects of past trips to camp are still there, like the sugar sand beach at the swimming lake, the rustic tents in Tent Village, the Canteen and the many picnic areas and athletic fields.

At the same time, however, you’ll discover new amenities.

Zipper waving with tree limbs web CopyZip Line offers spectacular views and stunning experience

Day guests and overnight campers can enjoy Camp Dearborn’s newest attraction: a Zip Line – the longest continuous one in Michigan – which takes patrons on a quarter-mile ride from the top of a six-story tower on Elm Circle, over the swimming lake and down to the main beach.

Elaborate ‘mini golf’ fun for all ages

No need to be a thrill seeker to have fun at Michigan Adventure Golf, Camp Dearborn’s completely renovated miniature golf course with a Michigan theme. Featured on some of its holes are iconic Michigan landmarks.

Resort-style cabins update vacations

resortcabinsIf you want to stay a night or two, you may be surprised at the modern accommodations available now. Camp offers 16 resort-style cabins overlooking the paddleboat lake.

These new resort-style cabins feature a full bathroom with shower, two twin bunk beds and Comfortable resort cabins are among the one full-sized bed, newer amenities at Camp Dearborn.
a covered porch, outdoor cooking area and pantry, and a sink and garbage disposal. Nine of the resorts-style cabins also have heat and air conditioning.

Getting back to nature

For campers who want to go to the other extreme and rough it with their own tent, a new camping area has been created in the southeast corner of camp along the Huron River. These sites feature no electric, water or sewer hook-ups, but each site has a picnic table and fire ring, as well as convenient access to nearby restrooms.

For further information about Camp Dearborn, visit campdearborn.com or call (313) 943-2027 or (248) 684-6000.