COLUMBUS YOUTH CAMP RENTALS
Columbus Youth Camp is nestled among the Indiana hardwood forest at
12454 West Youth Camp Road, just a short 15 minutes drive from downtown Columbus, Indiana.
Columbus Youth Camp is 137 acres of rolling landscape, only 15 of which are developed, providing you with privacy and a natural backdrop making the venue a great space whether you are planning a wedding, reception, birthday party, overnight camps, corporate or leadership retreat, family reunion and more. Columbus Youth Camp has a lot to offer including experiential learning programs and training for youth and adults.
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Weddings, Concerts, and Gathering Site
Intimate Location for Smaller Gatherings
The Playscape is filled with wood structures and activities built from natural materials. They are GaGa pit, round sensory swings, a fire pit, a track for Radio Controlled Cars, and a covered shelter
Challenge by Design: A Team Building Course Facilitated by a Certified Facilitator Personalized to Meet your Needs (For All Ages)
The Columbus Youth Camp was founded on March 28, 1935 when Q.G. Noblitt, local industrialist, presented Foundation for Youth the deed to the 70-acre property and a sizable donation for development. The Civilian Conservation Corps began work on a lake, several trails, and six log cabins. The camp was dedicated in 1937 and the first camp session was held that very summer.
In 1958, Lowell Engelking, a former FFY president, donated 40 more acres to the camp. This allowed the camp to continue to grow. In addition to summer camps, other groups began using the facilities for retreats, team building, family reunions, and other community gatherings.
Today, the Columbus Youth Camp boasts 137 acres of rolling landscape, 15 of which are developed with several miles of trails linking eleven cabins, challenge courses, the lake, outdoor amphitheater, shelter house, science lab, and the Reeves Conference Center.