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Summer Camp is one of the best parts about being a kid! Not only does camp promote physical activity, teach life-long skills, and build new friendships; it is also a BLAST!

All activities take place on our beautiful 1,200 acre mountain property.

What makes our camp the Best Week of the Summer?

Camp is all about trying new things, making new friends, and having fun, LOTS of fun!

You'll do things you can't do at any other camp, things you didn't think were possible, and some things just for the fun of it, because it's all about the fun

There will be plenty of thrills, time to explore, accomplishments to be proud of, teamwork, play and goofy times too. And if your are not careful, you just might learn something.

If some of this stuff looks scary, have no fear. We will help you. All we ask is that you be you.

2018 Camps

Residential Camp

NEW! - Residential camp housing area in a beautiful wooded setting. Enjoy five full days and nights - Sunday evening (6:00 pm) thru Friday afternoon (4:00 pm). The residential camp experience goes beyond the incredible outdoor activities. It provides the opportunity for campers to socialize and learn as a group. For ages 12-16. Space is limited.

Residential Camp Information

Adventure Camp 101

Our ever popular day camp offers five days of outdoor excitement. 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. For ages 8-15.

101 Camp Information

Adventure Camp 201

A day camp offering even more exciting outdoor activities for campers who are a bit more adventurous or have attended our camps in the past. 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. For ages 10-16.

201 Camp Information

Extended Day Option

We listened to those of you who said it was difficult to coordinate your work schedule with the camp schedule. You may now drop-off as early as 7:30 am and pick-up as late as 5:30 pm. The extended day program is only an additional $50 per week - that's just $10 per day!

Counselor In Training

For ages 16 & 17. Provides a quality training experience for youth interested in working with children and someday becoming a counselor. 

Camp Navigator Magazine Article

p><a data-cke-saved-href=">Check out the article by our camp director Wendy! Page 39.