Camp Pleasant Valley is located outside Tiffin in Seneca County. The topography varies greatly from the upland area at the entrance down to Sugar Creek which flows through the camp. There are several significant ridges and steep cliffs where these high and low areas interface. Most of the camp is heavily wooded with the exception of a vast mown day camp field, a smaller sports field and lawn areas that surround the buildings. The camp includes Sugar Creek Lodge, a renovated barn with modern coveniences for year-round housing and Lady Bug, which has seasonal units with simple shelters and a unit house. A trail network winds through the site and provides access to some of the more remote areas of the camp including the oxbow pools and railroad trestle. A portion of the trails parallel Sugar Creek and a footbridge leads to a large loop trail on the north side of the creek. The day camp field has a surprising degree of privacy for such a large space, due to the surrounding wooded hillsides. These same wooded hillsides provide spectacular overlooks from numerous vantage points along the trails.
A year-round site, Sugar Creek Lodge can sleep up to 32 people in three distinct areas. A middle area that sleeps 4 people divides two rooms that each sleep 14 people. Upper floor is a loft for activities. Indoor heat, electricity, dual kitchen with utensils, bathroom with showers and fireplace. Capacity: 32
The tents at this seasonal site are different from the tents at our other camps because they have solid roofs and screened canvas sides as opposed to canvas roofs and sides. Shelter with fireplace, water and latrines. Capacity: 20