Located 35 miles northeast of Traverse City, Michigan, our buildings and grounds are the perfect mix of blending our historic past with start-of-the-art facilities.
Stanley S. Kresge Lodge is a fully winterized facility built and dedicated in 1981. The rustic building features plenty of space for groups to meet, dine, and sleep. Some of the best views of Torch Lake can be seen through the back windows of Kresge.
Built in the early 1900's, Bonbright Lodge is the perfect place to enjoy century old traditions such as Hayo-Went-Ha campfires and skit nights.
The Dow Building was erected on Camp Hayo-Went-Ha's property to serve as a place for education and entertainment. The large space is the perfect place for groups to gather.
Challenge opportunities at Torch Lake include zip lining, rock climbing, the pamper pole, vertical elements, and the high ropes course. Low ropes team building challenges are also available.
The Old Dining Hall is a beautiful wood building that sits on the shores of Torch Lake. The stunning space features a fireplace, large sky lights, and the arts and crafts room. The back balcony looks right over the lake.
Built in 1907 and restored in 2007, this historic building has been marking the waterfront of Camp Hayo-Went-Ha for over 100 years.