Salt Lick was the fifth cabin built at camp. During its construction, a nearby stump was used as a dumping station for the excess salt leftover from homemade ice cream making on Sundays. Deer would approach the stump fearlessly, lick the salt and then amble down to the lake to quench their thirst. It was one of the original nine cabins available when YMCA Camp du Nord opened in 1961. It has two bedrooms, a kitchen, a dining area, and a living area overlooking the lake. Biffies are located nearby and there is a centrally located shower house with modern bathroom conveniences.
- Type: Rustic Cabin
- Location: Northland Village
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedroom 1: 1 Full Bed
- Bedroom 2: 2 Bunk Beds with 2 Twin Mattresses each
- Lake View
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Sessions run from Sunday to Saturday June through August. Additional information
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