This area consists of a 210 sqft camp building, an outbuilding (firewood storage, two outhouses and a generator) and a large fire pit. The lodge is fully insulated and is equipped with a wood stove, a 22 bed bunk room, two 4 bed bunk rooms, separate first aid/sick room, large dinning area, an activity room and a kitchen that includes a propane stove and fridge. The camp is serviced by a drilled well that supplies potable water (spring, summer, fall) and has solar power.
Tenting - The wooded area behind the camp contains a separate tenting site and natural wilderness area. This area is equipped with tent pads, a large wooden dinning shelter, fire pit and two additional outhouses. See the HTB Camp Property map to the right for a full layout. This area does not have access to drinking water.
Wilderness - In addition to lake front access on Beaver Bank Lake, the property has hiking trails on site that continue onto the surrounding crown land. There is an established wilderness or lean-to site located ½ km from the main lodge by following the path along the lake. This area is equipped with a fire pit and visitors must follow the principles of leave no trace camping.