What are the accommodations like at Camp Saulaine?

The children in the Junior Camp sleep in a separate dorm than the Senior Camp. They have an earlier bedtime and a different routine than the rest of the camp. The Junior Camp sleep in the dorm we call Putnu Sala. The kids sleep in bunk bed (2 per room) with their bunk mates for the week. Parents of the younger children are welcome to stay with their children in one of these rooms. The leaders and counsellors will also sleep in Putnu Sala.

The Senior camp (Nometne) is divided. Boys dorms on one side and girls on the other with common rooms in the middle. Each room has bunk beds and lockers for storage. Both the girls and boys washrooms are in the same facility.