A $50 million project consisting of new construction for a family camp operated by the City of Berkeley on a 30-acre site. The majority of the existing camp was destroyed in the 2013 Rim Fire, with a few remaining structures including one restroom building and 16 tent cabins. New construction includes 66 tent cabins, a 7,063 SF dining hall with 3,430 SF of porch area, a 2,377 SF recreation hall with 1,538 SF of porch area, four restroom buildings, 16 staff cabins, amphitheater, first aid station, administration office with store, Kiddie Kamp, nature center, camp manager cabin, shade structures, pedestrian bridge over the south fork of the Tuolumne River, five creek bridges, sports court, site retaining walls, pedestrian paths, driveways and parking lots, two propane tanks, two water tanks, two power utility service entry points, generator, waste treatment system with tanks, pumps and leach field, and distribution lines for power, telecom, wastewater, domestic water, fire water and propane.


Renderings courtesy of Siegel & Strain Architects.