Outdoor Living Skills, Natural History, Team Development, Boating, Arts & Crafts
We offer instruction and support for children to engage in a wide variety of fun activities that you just can’t do at home.
Campers have three instructional activity periods each day. The two morning periods are offered in 3 consecutive day blocks to allow for continuity and skill development while the afternoon activity sign-up is a single-day choice to allow for flexibility and for campers to try a wider variety of activities.
In addition, “special” activity choices are regularly offered, which might include activities such as journalism, music, and performing arts. Campers go through activity orientation during the first days of camp and are guided by their counselors in making their activity choices. Please let us know if you have any specific activity goals for your child and discuss these goals with them.
We encourage campers to try new activities that are unique to camp such as the farm, outdoor living skills, natural history, sailing, and kayaking. Where else can you milk a cow or view 10 different bird species with your binoculars before breakfast?