Cabin camping is when we go to a “Summer Camp” facility for a weekend. These camps typically have sleeping facilities (buildings, not tents) with bunk beds. While some are nicer than others, all have restrooms, sinks, showers and are generally pretty clean and well cared for. The meals are provided by the camp in a dining hall. There are a number of on-site activities that often include archery, swimming, canoes, horses, climbing, zip lines, crafts, sports and other various ways to keep kids occupied. Cabin camps tend to be more expensive than tent camps, as you are paying for a staff to maintain facilities, prepare meals and facilitate activities.