Camp Mardela has six identical cabins, which are used as the main lodging areas during our summer camping programs.

Each one room cabin has five sets of bunks, and electrical service includes ceiling fans, outlets, and fluorescent lighting.

As with Krabill Hall, the cabins are not winterized so groups will be most comfortable when using them between the months of April and October. The cabins, which are about 50 years old, were partially remodeled in 2000.

The ceilings were lowered, insulated, and dry-walled. The outlets, lights, and fans were updated, and the screen doors were replaced. The old windows were replaced with new vinyl replacement windows.

While there are not restrooms in the cabins themselves, each cabin is just a short walk away from the centrally located bath house.

The total sleeping capacity of the six cabins is 54, making them an economical solution for groups needing to accommodate a large number of people.