Brown Ledge girls live in attractively designed log-type cabins, each housing four or five campers. The cabin belongs to the girls to take care of, to decorate, to entertain their friends in, to enjoy.
A mature counselor is responsible for each cabin. She lives close enough to provide adequate supervision, but she does not live in the cabin. This gives campers the much needed and appreciated privacy upon which to build a genuine sense of responsibility. The camper’s senior counselor suggests ways of managaing the important business of getting along together, and listens to confidences. She vists each night at bedtime and truly gets to know each camper well.