Camp Kon-O-Kwee/Spencer is 500 acres of fields, woodlands and facilities owned and operated by the YMCA Of Pittsburgh and has been serving summer campers since 1926.
The eight winterized lodges house a capacity of 386 participants for youth and adult programs and Cochrane Lodge will house 60 adults. Cochrane is located just a short distance from the Camp's Conference Center which provides any conference or retreat with meeting and dining facilities.
The grounds also have a series of cabins, each housing up to eight campers along with there are modern bathhouse with showers, sinks and toilets. A more rustic camping experience may be enjoyed in the three-sided adirondak shelters.
The chapel has an elevated stage and amphitheater style seating and provides a great place to conduct outdoor meetings and classes. Another amphitheater is located just off of the Barn on the Camp Spencer property.
The Camp's two outdoor pools operate from June through September and the Camp Spencer pool has a picnic pavillion nearby.
The "Trail Of Courage" is an obstacle course which requires a group to work together to complete all of its stations. They also have an indoor climbing and bouldering facility located in the Camp Spencer Barn, as well as high and low ropes courses strategically placed in the woods.
Winter at the campground includes areas for cross country skiing, toboganning and sled riding, as well as ice skating on Zivic Lake.
Varies per season and event; call for information.
Parking lots are located throughout the campgrounds at designated areas.