Camp Fire River Bend | Camp Tannadoonah

Centennial Camp Weekend

We celebrated the 100th anniversary of Camp Tannadoonah from September 24-26, 2021 at our Centennial Celebration. Read the recap of our Reunion 2021 and Centennial Celebration >

Arrive Friday morning to get settled in at camp for a weekend full of fun! Check in, set up your bunk, take a tour, do some camp activities, and hang out around the camp fire with your fellow campers. Lunch and dinner will be served at camp.

Relive your camp days with a full day of new and classic activities. Enjoy breakfast in the Dining Hall, cookout lunch, and a dinner banquet with special guests. You'll have time to catch up with friends, explore camp, sing camp songs, and be a camper again.

Wake up to a buffet breakfast in the Dining Hall and spend thewith a last chance to experience your favorite activities. Then it's time to pack up your bunk, taking with you memories to last until next time!

Activities

  • Mixology: Craft Cocktails
  • Massage Station
  • Archery
  • Canoeing
  • Yoga
  • Jam Session
  • Game Show
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Nature
  • College Football Watch Party
  • Sports and Games

Saturday Dinner and Silent Auction

Saturday evening featured our Centennial Celebration program, guided tours of camp, a catered dinner and bar, and a silent auction fundraiser.

Auction items included a hand-made, custom Camp Tannadoonah quilt, Camp Fire memorabilia from decades past, items donated from local businesses, and more!

Who's attending?

Some of the guests joining us for all or part of this weekend include:

  • Kathy Clark
  • Angie Treacy
  • Heidi Treacy Tuthill
  • Paula Fink Kocken
  • Emily Botka Matz
  • Betsy Treacy Siber
  • Ginny Fuller
  • Lona Tobey
  • Carol Davidson
  • Judy Muncie Lauterbach
  • Janine Rees
  • Marilyn Rees
  • Megan Coffel Burns
  • Chelsea Borntrager
  • David Borntrager
  • Emma Giorgio Jordan
  • Amber Grundy
  • Chas Grundy
  • Cindy Krupp
  • Rich Krupp
  • Patrick Welch
  • Jeannie Welch

Names posted with permission of attendees

Lodging

You can stay at camp in one of the cabins or you can stay off-camp. All of our cabins have been recently remodeled, with pine paneling, electricity, and lighting. Check out Chapple Lodge, the newest cabin built in 2017. And see the Morris Lodge renovations, still in progress, but always beautiful.