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Camp dates for 2019 are
June 16–21 ·
June 23–28 ·
June 30–July 5 ·
July 7–12 ·
Zip down the yellow slide or glide down the winding green one into the pool under the summer sun.
(Bathing suits with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets, etc. are not allowed on the water slide.
One lifeguard and at least one leader are present at water slides.)
Cool off in the pool with camp’s favorite activity: swimming. For even more water fun, you can buy pool toys at the Camp Store.
(Two lifeguards and at least two leaders are present at the swimming area.
Girls must remove all jewelry before entering the swim area.)
Soar through the air on one (or both!) of our zip lines. The first gives you a bird’s-eye view of
your cabin and the lake. The second—for more adventurous campers—sails between tall pine trees and glides over the lake.
(Trained camp personnel are present at zip lines.)
Learn this ancient skill and see if you can hit the bullseye in the archery range. You’ll be taught proper handling skills
and be closely supervised by instructors and cabin leaders. Younger campers aim at a closer, more manageable target.
Learn paddling techniques and teamwork—and embrace your inner explorer—as you paddle around the lake’s island
in a flat-bottom canoe. Each canoe has a camp leader in it, and each person wears a life jacket.
Arts & Crafts
Show your creative side (and feel free to get a little messy!) doing arts and crafts. Every camper gets a free craft project to do,
and additional arts and crafts projects can be purchased for $1.50–$10.
Bait your hook and cast a line in the lake to snag a largemouth bass, bream, catfish, or grass carp. Fishing poles and bait are provided.
Grab 1–3 other campers and hop in a paddleboat to take a nice, easy cruise. Each camper is required to wear a life jacket and
is supervised by a paddleboat instructor and cabin leader.
Aim steady to hit targets using BB guns in our riflery range. But don’t worry, Mom and Dad. Before your camper starts target practice,
they’ll learn important techniques and safety measures from an experienced instructor. During riflery practice, camp leaders and
instructors will always be there to help campers.
Score big in this classic game as you compete to earn the top spot as shuffleboard champion. Every week, a medal and ribbons are awarded
to the top four shuffleboard players.
Get ready to stand up, cheer, and compete in mystery events and games each evening to earn points for your team. You’ll also learn fun,
camp-themed songs you’ll be singing for weeks to come.
Rally back and forth in a fast-paced game of tetherball on the courts right next to your cabin. At the end of the week, a medal and ribbons
are awarded to the top four boys and girls tetherball champions.