Children’s Building

    It's called the children's building because it is home to our Camp Seabreeze campers in the summer months, but during the rest of the year it serves as a capable and flexible meeting space for people of all ages. Three main rooms, a kitchenette, and two bathrooms are what you'll find inside. Outside, you'll notice another clue to it's summer use in the adjacent playground.

    The structure itself was built in 1905 as the quartermaster's storehouse and would have been one of the first buildings the old steam engine train would have passed on its way from the wharf.

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