Camerer Hall was built in the mid 1980’s. Inspired and built by Mrs. Camerer, the building has since been used as camps dining hall and meeting space. Equipped with a full kitchen, fireplace, three meeting rooms (two sound reducing movable walls) and bathrooms. Camerer Hall is a beautiful building and was due for an interior makeover.
In early 2014 Cedar Glen staff wanted to add a personal touch to Camerer Hall and the idea for the Family Tree was born. Each camper and /or partner group that attends camp has a leaf added to the tree with their name. This allows the community and future generations to see the impact made by Camp Cedar Glen.
Camerer hall is used as a dining hall at Camp Cedar Glen and seats over 200 people at one time. The space can also be used for talent shows, a dance floor, quilting, and so much more! For more information on Camp Cedar Glen’s dining experience please visit our menu page.
All artwork by Hill Young a former employee of Camp Cedar Glen.