A new, much wider path leads from the main waterfront to the boat house where canoes and kayaks are stored.
Our camp director, Igoe, gets a great campfire going!
Tiki torches, hanging lanterns, and an outdoor fireplace light up the beach at night - a perfect place to roast marshmallows, sing songs, and stargaze with best friends.
Ma-He-Tu girls love to play on the sandy beach.
Waterfront Directors from years past, along with the Ma-He-Tu Property Committee stand by to cut the ribbon to the new H20.
The view from the boat dock - 4 levels that include sandy play areas, a bonfire circle with tiki torches, umbrellas for shade, picnic tables, and adirondack chairs galore!
Look at all of those lovely chairs and levels of sand! There are many new places to lounge and play at the new waterfront - completely redesigned, with special thanks to Wendy and Dennis Mele.
Women and girls of all ages enjoyed relaxing in the adirondack chairs with a perfect waterfront view.