Campers at CSM stay in a cabin with other campers of their own age. Cabins house between 10 and 24 individuals and campers sleep on bunk beds. Each camper is provided shelving to store personal items. Campers are responsible for keeping their area of the cabin clean and tidy.
The beauty of cabin life is that campers come from all different sizes of family, from city to suburb to country, from being only children to one of a dozen siblings and everything in between—and they’re all in the cabin together.
Cabins are very simple, yet sound, structures. Camper cabins prove that one can have great joy in the midst of simple surroundings!
In 2016, thanks to the generosity of the people from St. Thomas More Parish in Troy, Michigan, we added 100 new camper mattresses and new shelving units in many of our camper cabins. The interior of St. Charles cabin was completely renovated and brought back into use.