Facts About Ceta Canyon
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Ceta Canyon Facts
What year was Ceta first started?
What was the name of the lady that started the camp?
Mrs. T.C. Delaney
How many people can eat meals at Ceta Canyon?
How many meals are served in one year?
How many people can we sleep in the summer?
500 The Glen 170
How many people can we sleep in the winter?
402 The Glen 170
How far is it to the 1st falls?
How far is it to the 2nd falls?
What year were these buildings built?
Ceta Lodge: 1960
Trust Cabins: 1988
Dining Hall: 1995
Garrison Lodge: 2000
What are some of the Wildlife at Ceta Canyon?
Mule Deer, Turkeys, Bobcats, Raccoons, Porcupine, Fox, Coyote, Squirrels, Armadillo, Rattlesnakes, Skunks, tarantulas, scorpions, insects and beautiful birds.
Many species of trees – Cedar, Mesquite, Cottonwood, wildflowers, spring-fed stream, waterfall, rugged canyon setting.
What does “Ceta” mean?
Hegi Prayer Chapel seats 50, Tabernacle seats 600, Prayer Garden and beautiful areas thru the camp.
How many acres does Ceta Canyon have?
When did The Glen join Ceta Canyon?
How big is Sumner Pond?
¼ acre, 25 feet deep; catch & release fishing – Bass, Catfish, Bluegill, Sunfish.
What Activities does Ceta Canyon offer?
Challenge Course, hiking, basketball, volleyball court, sand volleyball, swimming, ping pong, Gaga Court, carpet ball, large sports field area, four campfire circles, picnic areas. More Info
Who can come to Ceta Canyon?
We serve a variety of church denominations, Business Retreats, Schools, Colleges, Families, Individuals. Ceta Canyon offers, Lodging, Dining, Meeting Facilities, activity areas.
When is Ceta Canyon open?
Open Year Round – weekdays and weekends.