Get ready to be wild! Join us for this action-packed two-week session of high adventure and lifelong friendships. We've taken Wilderness, Inclusion, Leadership and Development to the max to help shape more confident and capable teenagers. Campers will experience our popular adventure activities with a whole new spin as we bike, climb, paddle and hike our way around the Berkshire Mountains. W.I.L.D. camp culminates in a 4-night backpacking trip where campers will hike, camp and grow together as they bond over campfire meals and starry nights. There are only 8 spots, so don't miss out!
*This program can be joined with a LEAD I or LEAD II session.
L.E.A.D. I (Rising 10th graders) is a TWO-WEEK EXPERIENCE that involves a significant amount of individual and group leadership programming for LEAD campers, as well as the fun of traditional camp. There are no prerequisites for the LEAD I program.
2018 Session Dates/Rates: 7/1-7/14, 7/15-7/28, 7/30-8/11
|Tier 1||Tier 2||Tier 3||
|$2034||$1909||$1775||Application-Based Financial Assistance|
L.E.A.D. II (Rising 11th graders) is a FOUR-WEEK EXPERIENCE for campers who have successfully completed their LEAD I program. You must re-apply for the LEAD II program, as there is no guarantee of acceptance just for completing LEAD I. The first two weeks of LEAD II are spent as a group, further developing leadership skills and working on a community service project. The second two weeks are spent learning to assist and shadow activities and completing an in-tent experience, living with younger resident campers as an assistant to an experienced, adult counselor. Only graduates of the LEAD II program are eligible to apply for a Junior Counselor position.
2018 Dates/Rates: 7/15-8/11
|Tier 1||Tier 2||Tier 3||Tier 4|
|$2577||$2452||$2327||Application-Based Financial Assistance|
Our LEAD programs are selective and application-based. LEAD is designed around the camper who truly wants to develop their “leader within”, as well as filling an increasingly important role as a leader in our Camp Family. For those that desire these goals, the LEAD program can be a significant milestone on the path from child to young adult.
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