1. OOCC Platform/Cabin Zero
Up at St. George’s, past old Cabin One (now known as “The Estates”), there is a platform in the woods. It looks like someone built a cabin but forgot walls and a roof. Even in its simplicity, it’s somehow creepy and intriguing at the same time. St. George’s uses this platform occasionally for scavenger hunts and other adventures. The OOCC platform is also a good spot to sit and ponder. It looks down into the very scenic forest, making it a great place for low-key activities like meditation and art.
2. Nellie's Garden
3. Bathtub Graveyard
If you're standing on the Lower Ball Field, you can head toward the back right corner and there you’ll find a little bridge which leads to the back path that will take you to the Upper Ball Field. Walk a little ways and to your left you will see a bizarre sight: a pile of rusty ceramic bathtubs strewn about in no discernible fashion. There’s even sink a little farther down the path.
4. Dead Sea
If you keep walking past the bathtub graveyard and continue to head uphill, you will come to a fork in the path. To the right is the Upper Ball Field; to the left, there’s a trail leading to a surprisingly large body of water, which most 'camp' people refer to as The Dead Sea. The trail hugs the body of water and, supposedly, on the other side there’s a place people use for bonfires.
5. The Labyrinth
- The layout was designed after the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France.
- The stones that make up the labyrinth are native to the mountain.
- The white stone at the beginning, called the Entry Stone, is carved from marble from the sacred Isle of Iona in Scotland.