Camp Ware Tent Sites
All of the Camp Ware campsites (with the exception of Jubilee) are named after aliases of Natty Bumpo, the hero of the Leatherstocking Tales by James Fenimore Cooper.
Camp Horseshoe Stockades
The five original campsites at the time of Horseshoe's opening in 1928 were stockade sites. They were today's Sherwood Forest, Boonesboro, Kit Carson, Davy Crockett and Bayard Taylor. A sixth stockade site, Clifton Lisle, has since been added.
Camp Horseshoe Adirondacks
The two adirondack style campsites, Rothrock and Roberts, were built in the '50s. Each shelter has a concrete floor, three sides with an open front and four bunks.
Camp Horseshoe Tent Sites
Horseshoe consists of a number of Tent Sites. These sites consist of two person wall tents on wooden platforms. They are not named after any particular pattern as is common in some camps - some campsites at Horseshoe refer to historical figures of Chester County (especially, Scouting in Chester County), or refer to culturally or geographically significant things within the region.