Campers live in a cabin of 10-15 campers with 2-3 counselors. They are grouped by grade, with a span of not more than two grades in each cabin. The Sweet Gum, Hickory Ridge, and part of the Walnut Hill campsite have newly constructed cabins with central air and heat, and bathrooms that are located inside the cabin. Cho-Yeh also has eight rustic treehouse cabins in Walnut Hill that are air-conditioned. These eight cabins are grouped in pairs with a bath house outside the cabin for each pair.
Each campsite has it's own meeting hall that is used for various activities throughout the summer. Outside meeting areas are also a part of camper life, including the outdoor chapel, Cho-Dome, and campsite fire circles.
Camp Cho-Yeh features a 10,000 square foot dining facility that will seat 450 people at full capacity and is handicap accessible. It is equipped with two serving lines, two beverage stations, a salad bar, and an industrial style kitchen. The Dining Hall sits at the top of the hill overlooking beautiful Lake Evelyn and is centrally located in camp, which lends itself to easy access from any of our three campsites.