Campers receive instruction in many of their top activity choices as requested on their application. Activity offerings may vary from session to session based on selection popularity. Instruction focuses on having fun with opportunities for skills progression.
This session is exclusively for 8-9 year-old campers held Sunday through Wednesday.
Free swim time in addition to time devoted to water games.
Learn safety and basic skills of marksmanship using a recurve bow and arrows.
Using air rifles, campers learn shooting techniques and positions while practicing essential safety fundamentals.
Outdoor Living Skills
Campers experience outdoor adventures such as hiking, fire building, outdoor cooking and other activities in wooded areas around Camp. Open to ages 10-14.
Adventures In Nature
Take nature hikes and experience outdoor educational activities.
Learn footwork techniques and advance skills through scrimmage and drills.
Softball and Baseball
Practice proper hitting, throwing, catching and basic gameplay.
Develop forearm and overhead passes, serves and other techniques through drills and games.
Develop passing, catching, footwork and shooting techniques.
Practice serving, strokes and scoring.
Work as a team to better understand offensive and defensive strategies. Open to boys.
Learn basic skills such as passing, kicking and catching. Open to boys.
Develop short game and etiquette. Open to boys.
Participate in a variety of sports-oriented activities.
Campers will practice safe safe climbing techniques primarily on our bouldering wall and the 30-foot vertical wall. In addition, campers will participate in some low ropes course activities, knot-tying skills, rappelling and more.
Campers will participate in our High Ropes Challenge Course, Zip Line and and the Giant's Swing. Ages 11-14 only.
A fun ball game to learn fun techniques and etiquette.
Strengthen basic tumbling skills like forward and backward rolls, headstands and cartwheels and learn new skills based on ability.
Learn fundamental baton and flag-spinning skills along with a routine.
Learn a dance routine and line dance.
Take part in theatrical exercises and activities.
Students learn basic poses, terminology, physical and mental exercises to calm the mind and strengthen the body.
In addition to movement technique, campers are taught a routine.
Campers leand about colors and paint a plaster craft piece.
A variety of projects are created throughout the week.
Campers assemble model rockets and launch them at the end of the week.
A new series of fun (and messy) activities exploring science and technology.