Camp Christopher offers some of the most pristine trails in Northeast Ohio. On our nature hikes, campers learn about the different plants and animal life, along with some history about the people that used to inhabit the same area that campers walk today. In fact, the Cleveland Museum of Modern History, through a project cataloging species of flora and fauna, has identified rare or previously considered extinct species on the property. The trails lead to various historical artifacts on the property including Old Man’s Cabin. You may hear you child tell you about ‘Mummy’s Cave’, a naturally existing rock formation on the property, or the natural bridge, which is one of few natural bridges that exist in Northeast Ohio and which bridges two large rock formations over a cavern. There are many trails and paths which campers can explore during their stay at Camp Christopher.