During their stay at camp, campers get to experience a wide range of activities in a safe and positive environment. Traveling in co-ed age specific activity groups (~14 campers in a group), campers learn and grow as a group. While at each activity, campers will receive individual instruction according to their ability. There is no need to sign up for any of these daily activities and parents can rest assured knowing that their camper will experience and participate in all of our camp activities.
Daily activities include:
Power Sports – Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, Wake Skating & Kneeboarding (Tubing is available on special days)
Land Sports – Tennis, Archery, Basketball, Soccer, Field Lacrosse, Ultimate Frisbee, Road Hockey … basically any sport you could imagine playing on a field.
Mountain Biking – Camp has a great fleet of Specialized Mountain Bikes that our campers get to ride on our fun and exciting trails.
Nature – Utilizing the natural world around us, campers learn to be comfortable in the out of doors and incorporate naturally found items into interesting and fun activities. There is also an ‘Animal Hotel’ that can accommodate local lizards, bugs, fish and small animals for short stays.
Arts & Crafts – Utilizing a wide range of media, campers are given many opportunities to delve into their artistic side. From simple crafts to more elaborate we have something to appeal to all campers. Within this activity we also offer basic woodworking.
Swimming – Campers can work on their Red Cross Swim and Lifesaving levels while at camp. All of our Swim Staff are qualified and certified Lifeguards.
Canoeing & Kayaking – Camp has a large fleet of canoes and Kayaks for fun on the water. We also have optional Canoe Trips into
Sailing – With a significant fleet of Sailboats, sailors of all ages get to experience all aspects of sailing. From sailing with a crew on either our Hobbie 16 or Hobbie 18 catamarans to going out with a crew of two on a Laser, every camper will be able to challenge and develop their sailing skills.
Safety is a key component of all of our activities. Working with campers, we develop a solid knowledge base and awareness of all of our activities to ensure that these activities are as safe as possible. Campers and Staff are required to wear Personal Floatation Device (PFD’s) or Lifejackets during all of the boating activities. Camp provides safe PFD’s and Lifejackets for all campers. We also provide paddles for the kayaks and Canoes. All of our staff are trained to deliver a high quality, safe and fun program.