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Camp fire trail

Campfire Rings

There are two campfire rings. The first ring can be seen, a few yards to the north, from the Hawley Lodge patio. Log seating is arranged in a half circle around the campfire ring. The proximity of this fire ring to the kitchen makes it the perfect place for cookouts, marshmallow and weenie roasts.

The second fire ring sits in a more secluded location at the far north end of camp. Follow the trail winding past the chapel to the stone fire ring. Log seating, for approximately 100 people, is surrounded by the mountains, meadows and forests of the Sawtooth National Recreational Area.

Traditionally this fire ring is used for worship, sing-a-longs and presentations. All groups should check with the Forestry Service office for fire restrictions before igniting camp fires. Water spigots are located at each camp fire circle and an electrical outlet is available at the northern most fire ring. Cut wood is stacked near the Hawley Lodge campfire ring.

First campfire ring

Second campfire ring

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