At our all-boys residential camp, our campers live in screened cabins separated into the Junior, Middler, and Senior Units. Campers are assigned to units based on their grade in school. Campers entering 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th grade in the fall are part of our boys' Junior Unit. Boys entering 7th or 8th grade in the fall are campers in our Middler Unit. Our Senior campers are boys entering 9th and 10th grade in the fall. On our 250 acre campus in the Lakes Region of NH, each unit consists of residential cabins in which counselors live in the cabins with the campers but in separate quarters called CQs. Each unit also has a bathhouse, which we call a Wayside. In the Wayside, there are private showers, toilets and sinks. Our campus is designed to allow the boys to experience nature and the activities offered outdoors. Our cabins do not have electricity although there is electrity in the Waysides as well as floodlights to guide campers from their cabins to the Wayside at night.