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Camp Jewell "Bunkhouse" -- the most elegant camp bunk713 viewsBolted to the walls, hung from the truss above the ceiling by a single 2"x3", these classic "Gary Forster" designed bunks are comfortable, safe, quiet, inexpensive, easy-to-clean-under, and just plain fun!
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Hanging bunks - even in corners652 viewsBuilt-ins can be the best use of space. Just remind campers NOT to sleep with their heads together so they can't accidentally sneeze or cough on each other.
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Camp Jewell YMCA (CT) "Sr Lodge" hanging bunks785 views"WOW!" is what campers say. This 30-bed dorm (there are two of them) were built originally for teens and parent-child groups back in 1967. Replacing the original army bunks with these built-ins turned it back into one of the most popular buildings with groups and teens.
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Flat Rock River Camp -- hanging bunks in new cabins616 viewsNote the individual reading lights, and operable windows for every camper.
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Camp Collins YMCA "Hobbit" Cabin bunks (OR)868 views
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Hanging bunks -- even on a tight budget541 views
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Have YOU and your BOARD ever slept in your own cabins?508 viewsA board overnight is the best way to get priorities in line with those of your campers and guests.
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Camp Woodstock YMCA hanging bunks627 viewsMike and Pete wanted to open up more floor space, so by pushing the bunks together, with only two sheets of T-111 between them, the space between bunks is now over 5 feet. The jaunty slant to the top of this "partition wall", and the fact that it doesn't reach to the floor, insures good air circulation for heat and cooling.
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Aten-HUT! Does this look like a nice place to live to you?567 viewsMaintenance staff and architects both see cabins as if they were military dorms. But they're supposed to be "clubhouses" in the summers and "vacation cabins" the rest of the year. Those bunks aren't bolted down, why not move them so most are against the walls? Even if one occasionally sticks straight out int the room (see next slide), you'll have tons of new floor space and "pods" for conversations.
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Why not rearrange your bunks to open up more floor space?530 views
   
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