3497 N. Clay Lick Road
Nashville, IN 47448
The main campsite and facilities are nestled in a small valley, completely surrounded by over 250 acres of forested hillsides. The camp name, “Palawopec,” actually was an American Indian term meaning “little valley among the hills.” Horseback riding, biking and hiking trails wind through hundreds of acres of adjoining woodlands. Two small creeks where we've found Indian arrowheads and other relics flow through camp, past our log cabin dining hall. We bunk with our counselors in small, rustic log cabins and tent sites, 4 to campers per cabin or tent, along with 2-3 staff in each campsite. Campers bunk with other kids their own age — and you can sign up to be with your friends or a buddy or your favorite counselor.
A five acre lake at the camp serves as our waterfront — complete with a sandy beach, canoes, diving tower and rope swing! Great fishing too! Nashville, with three clinics and doctors on call is only 10 minutes away; Columbus and Bloomington are less than 30 minutes away.