Old Kia Kima Activities
Camping groups are responsible for providing their own program activities. However, Old Kia Kima has a few things that might interest you.
The Activities Pavilion was the former Old Dining Hall constructed in 1954. This structure was completely restored and converted into nearly 4,000 square foot Activities Pavilion complete with lights and fans. It is a perfect place to get out of the weather. There is also a double-sided bath house with showers just outside the Activities Pavilion.
Campers can swim in the Southfork River while at Old Kia Kima.
Youth Groups use of the river for swimming as well as boating is acknowledged to be at your own risk, with the requirement that your Group Leader assumes full responsibility for providing trained and certified Lifeguards equipped and versed in appropriate group Safe Swim & Safety Afloat procedures. The waterfront area does include a swim dock as well as a Lifeguard station and Buddy Board. Buddy Board must be checked out with the camp ranger.
Gaga Ball Pit
Old Kia Kima has a Gaga Ball Pit
Watch a short video of the first Gaga ball game at OKK.
Cornhole Game Boards
Old Kia Kima has Cornhole boards
Old Kia Kima has air rifles