Camp Daggett Outdoor Adventure
Participants can challenge themselves on a three-sided, 40-foot climbing tower with six attached high ropes-course elements designed and built by Project Adventure in a beautiful wooded setting at Camp Daggett. A group problem solving initiative course, tucked in the woods near the nature pond, contains more than ten different elements and provides opportunities for leadership, cooperation and accomplishment.
Camp Daggett Indoor Adventure Center
The 5,820 square foot Indoor Adventure and Activity Center shelters a 35 foot high by 40 foot wide climbing wall, 10 “universal” high and 15 low ropes-course elements. Everything is designed for disabled and non-disabled people and is housed in a heated environment to eliminate the obstacles of northern Michigan weather. This gives all participants access to the adventure experience. The facility is ideal for use by a variety of groups throughout all four seasons without the hindrance of inclement weather. The building provides recreational space for activities like basketball, floor hockey and volleyball as well as a classroom, recreation room, restrooms and equipment storage. The facility is ideal for use by sports teams, school groups, corporate groups and summer groups without hindrance of inclement weather.
Camp Daggett – Mac Hall
In addition to the adventure facilities, Camp Daggett also has a spectacular log lodge on the shores of Walloon Lake. The lodge has up-north rustic charm, complete with a massive field stone fireplace for program participants to enjoy a well deserved break and catered lunch midway through its team building programs.