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Campers have three elective periods each morning. They choose their electives on the first full day at camp (Monday Funday) and take each elective for 5 days (4 days in a one-week session). One-week campers only get 3 electives while two-week campers get 6. In the afternoon, every tent will have Tent Bonding Time (TBT) where, as a group, they choose an activity like zip-lining, tie-dye, pontoon boat rides or basketball.

All of our activities are available to all of our campers except for waterskiing and horseback riding, which are offered at an additional cost. A few activities do have age restrictions due to the progression of our activities and our interest in giving campers things to look forward to as they continue on at camp.


Climbing Tower
Learn how to master the wall and conquer all three sides of our 50ft tower.
High Ropes
A great tent bonding time activity, our oldest campers (seniors & students) can go off the zip-line, master the vertical playpen, work together on the high-Y or take a chance on the giant swing.
People vs. Wild
Channel your inner Bear Grylls and learn about our environment, make awesome shelters and take home your very own survival bracelet.
Outdoor Cooking
Learn how to build campfires, use a camping stove and make delicious grub to wow your friends and family on your next camping trip.
Target Sports
Archery, air riflery (seniors & students), BB guns (juniors) and slingshots (pioneers & juniors).
Mountain Bike
Master our trails, learn basic bike maintenance and take off on some neat adventures.


Ultimate Frisbee

The Arts

Creative Arts
Get your creativity on with a variety of arts & crafts projects, drawing classes, sculpture and gallery workshops
Have you dreamt of a job in sketch comedy? Want to be the next Tina Fey? Improv is where to be to learn the basics of being on stage and performing.
Camp Chorus
Sing your heart out and make your voice heard.
We offer a variety of different dance classes from contemporary to hip-hop to Broadway dance.
Become the next Gordon Ramsey with our very popular cooking classes.
Freddie Mercury and Joan Jett have nothing on our campers as they rock out to the classics (and the new!). Learn the keyboard, drums, guitar or bass in our rock band classes.


Seniors and Students get the opportunity to learn a lifelong skill and working on their skipper training
For level 3 swimmers, we are one of the few camps that offer rowing as an elective so definitely get excited about this one-of-a-kind experience!
Stand-up Paddle Boarding
A great Tent Bonding Time activity, especially on a hot day.
Lower level swimmers take lessons once a day to build up their confidence in the water while our higher level swimmers have the option to sign up for our awesome Shark Week class!

Optional Activities

Waterski/Wakeboard Lessons

Our waterski boat takes 5 campers out at a time and across an hour we deliver a fun and exciting program that not only teaches skills but builds confidence and independence, Waterski/Wakeboard lessons are scheduled by the week and you must pre-register for them. A week's worth of lessons includes one hour of group instruction for all five of the activity days at camp. Our waterski program is extremely popular and we recommend registering as early as possible as all spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

English Horseback Riding Lessons

Campers learn everything from basic horse care and barn management to riding form and technique, At the end of most weeks, there is a trail ride around our beautiful camp! Lessons are available for campers of all ages and all experience levels. We provide helmets, though campers should come with long pants and boots with at least a ¼ inch heel. Riding lessons are scheduled by the week and must be pre-registered for. They include one hour of instructional English style riding. Riding lessons often sell out long before the summer so we recommend registering early to avoid disappointment.