|6:45||Roller Bears Morning Run (optional)|
|7:15||Polar Bears Morning Swim (optional)|
|8:00||Breakfast & Elective Sign Ups|
|8:45 - 9:30||Community Work Time|
|9:30 - 10:45||Morning Focus Area|
|11:00 - 12:00||First Elective|
|12:00 - 1:15||Lunch and Rest Time|
|1:15 - 2:30||Afternoon Focus Area|
|2:45 - 3:45||Second Elective|
|3:45 - 4:00||Snack|
|4:00 - 5:00||Third Elective / Flex Time|
|5:00 - 6:00||Cabin Time|
Specialty Camp Schedule
Campers in our Sculling and MTB camps spend focus areas getting specialized instruction. They choose elective activities along with the rest of the campers, and participate in evening activities with their cabins.
Campers say the food is one of their favorite things about camp! It's not surprising considering the delicious, fresh, and healthy offerings our chefs provide. We source as many of our ingredients as possible from local farms - including our own gardens on camp. And of course, nothing tastes as good as food you helped grow or harvest!
Community Work Time
Each morning everyone pitches in to do a little work for the camp. Cleaning the common areas, feeding the animals, collecting eggs, and keeping our vegetable gardens healthy and happy all help make camp a great place to be while giving campers a sense of ownership and a chance to contribute to the larger community.
Each week at camp we'll offer a selection of different Focus Areas to appeal to campers of many dispositions. Campers choose two Focus Areas per week. Check out the Activities page to read more about our rotation of choices. Focus Areas are designed to give campers a chance to get in-depth in a subject which they find especially interesting. Campers sign up for Focus Areas on the first day of camp.
During each elective period we offer four or more different activities. Every morning, campers sign up for that day's electives. Electives give campers a chance to create their own schedules and to sample activities from other Focus Areas; learn new skills like cooking, archery, or knitting; get physical with a fast-paced game; or get a little silly with activities like cloud watching and sasquatch hunting.
During this time, campers can choose from several non-structured activities, such as playing in our "backyard games" area, playing tennis or basketball, swimming at the waterfront, or reading a book on the theater porch. It is also a time for an all camp activity such as skit night practice or "all camp spoons."
Everyone will take a swim test on Opening Day. Campers who don't know how to swim will have swimming lessons as one of their Focus Areas for the first week of camp. More experienced swimmers may also choose swimming lessons as a Focus Area so they can improve their skills. Campers may ask to re-take the swim test whenever they would like.
Cabin Time gives campers a chance to clean up and to hang out with their cabin-mates and foster new friendships. Cabin Counselors always make sure Cabin Time stays fun with games, story telling, or projects.
Evening Activities are a time to come together as a camp community for fun or even a little friendly competition. Each session offers traditional favorites, as well as a few new events. Some examples are: Stones, Survival, Quiddich, Human Risk, Lip Synch, Grab Bag, and everyone's favorite - Thanksgiving on the last night at camp.