Student Lodging at the Wrightwood Outdoor Science School
During their stay at Outdoor Science School, students will live either in the Cabins or in the Lodge. Though the cabins and lodge are vintage buildings, and each room has its own unique layout, they are very comfortable. All rooms are equipped with bunk beds, are heated, and have easy access to sinks, toilets, and showers. All bathrooms have hot water.
There is plenty of room for each student to store their belongings in an organized manner. Students work together in their cabin groups to create and uphold a community agreement, to keep the cabin clean, and can earn special visitors for good behavior.
Cabins are spacious individual units. They are located right off the main road through campus, just a five minute walk from the Dining Hall. Six cabins each accommodate up 10-12 people, including a cabin leader. Cabins are individually heated and have their own bathrooms and showers.
The Lodge is conveniently located near the Dining Hall and main meeting areas. The Lodge has 8 rooms with bunk beds. The size of the rooms in the Lodge vary, housing from 4 to 12 people each, including a cabin leader. Shared indoor bathrooms with multiple toilets and private showers are accessible via common hallways. The rooms in the Lodge are centrally heated.