SUMMER ACTIVITIES


WHAT DO ACTIVITY PERIODS LOOK LIKE IN SUMMER 2021?


We are making a number of changes for Summer 2021 and one of them includes Activity Periods! Instead of choosing 2 instructions to repeat each day, campers will experience 10 activities over the course of the week including canoeing, archery, wilderness adventure and more.


Youngest Boys & Girls

AGES 8-10*



Overnight campers staying in the Plains section (boys) or Minis section (girls) will experience canoeing, biking, archery, wilderness adventure, team challenges, crafts, sports, kayaking, water games and scootering on the skate park! Click the icons above for more information.

*Ages in our camper sections vary slightly per week depending on the age of campers registered.

Older Boys & Girls

AGES 11-15*



Overnight campers staying in the Algonquin and Iroquois sections (boys) or Yo and We sections (girls) will experience canoeing, biking, archery, high ropes, rock climbing, wilderness adventure, team challenges, crafts, sports and kayaking! Click the icons above for more information.

*Ages in our camper sections vary slightly per week depending on the age of campers registered.

Day Camp

AGES 5-10



Day Camp campers will experience wilderness adventure, team challenges, crafts, sports, kayaking, water games, a nature hike, and scootering on the skate park! Friday has two special activity periods with unique activities tied in with that week’s program theme. Click the icons above for more information.

  • “This was her first time at Girls Camp and she had a blast! She had never done archery before but was so pumped to tell me that she loved it and even hit the target!”
    – Kristy E.
  • “The kids had a great time! Thank you! They especially enjoyed their instructional sessions and they commented on the positivity of the leaders. Keep up the great work!”
    – Pauline T.
  • “Staff were great and enthusiastic. My child learned new skills in archery and wilderness. My child left with many great memories that she shred with us.”
    – Sarah K.