Adventure – Campers learn how to work together by participating in group games and by using the Low and High Ropes Course. Campers 10 years old and older will use the High Ropes elements including: the Catwalk, the Dangling Duo, the Giant’s Swing, the Multi-Vine, and the Zip Line.
Archery – Archery is for all age groups and is a favorite camp tradition. Campers learn to use a bow and arrow. Campers learn the fundamentals related to archery under the supervision of a trained instructor.
Arts & Crafts – Campers will bring out their artistic side through painting, drawing, jewelry-making and other projects.
Boating – Campers will learn the fundamentals of rowing, canoeing, paddleboarding and kayaking taught by trained lifeguards and instructors certified in small craft safety. Campers must pass a swim test to use the kayaks.
Sports Court – Campers can strengthen their skills in basketball, volleyball, hockey and much more.
Sports Field – Campers participate in games such as softball/baseball, kickball, soccer, flag football, etc.
Swimming – Campers will have instructional and/or free swim every day. All swim lessons follow the guidelines and requirements set by the YMCA of USA.
Cabin Time – Campers will use either their cabins or other available areas of camp to participate in group games, teambuilding activities, relaxing, talking or whatever else the group decides. The sky is the limit!
Block Choice – Campers will be given a list of 15 activities each Monday morning, and they must choose three for their block choice periods. Activities may include high ropes, low ropes, archery, swimming, fishing, arts & crafts and much more. During this time campers will not be separated by age and gender, and they will be able to meet more campers through their daily experiences.
Game Center – Campers are able to participate in games such as ping pong, carpet ball, bean bag tosses and much more.
Gaga – This is a camp favorite! Gaga is a form of dodge ball that combines dodging, running and jumping out of the way of the ball.