Camp Ondessonk's signature 3-sided treehouse cabins take full advantage of their natural surroundings. They are intentionally designed and located to maximize your experience of tranquility and inspiration in Nature. The sights and sounds of the forest are invited into your cabin. There is an outhouse, water spigot, fire pit, benches, picnic table, trash can, and recycling c
Camp Ondessonk's signature 3-sided treehouse cabins take full advantage of their natural surroundings. They are intentionally designed and located to maximize your experience of tranquility and inspiration in Nature. The sights and sounds of the forest are invited into your cabin. There is an outhouse, water spigot, fire pit, benches, picnic table, trash can, and recycling container. Hiking and biking trails are within a close walk. Fishing allowed in Lake Echon.
Nestled along a sandstone bluff, the Lalande treehouses is one of the most picturesque units at Camp. It is the closest unit to the heated Beach Shower House, and boasts its own waterfall! Lalande (pronounced lah-LAHND) has a capacity of 48 people in 6 cabins of 8 bunks. There is also plenty of tent space.
To schedule a boating, horseback riding, or other program, contact the Camp Office in advance.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Ondessonk's Lalande Treehouses in Illinois.
Places to see near Camp Ondessonk
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Had the entire place to ourselves on a weekday, it was beautiful and there were TONS of places to hike around and explore. A lovely fire pit and so much cool scenery. Very, very cool place. Also the firewood is super cheap, 15 logs for 5 bucks.
Love camp o!
Amazing time at Camp O! I stayed in this unit as a camper (back in 2001) and it was wonderful to be come back and share with my kids (5 & 7). They loved climbing up the large rocks by the fire pit and sleeping in the bunk beds in the cabins. We hiked out to Cedar Falls and back and the trails were very well marked! We walked around camp and I showed them all the different activity areas and they especially liked jumping on the Amantacha bridge. Definitely brought back some great memories for me.
Lalande is close and convenient to the shower house complete with flushing toilets which is always nice with younger kids.
They've already asked to go back so we'll be driving down the Camp O road again SOON! Heepwah!
Our directions and greeting were great. We did not realize quite how open the treehouse would be and it was a very buggy night; we do not blame Ondessonk for that though. The grounds were beautiful and we would have stayed a second night if time permitted.