Explore our Activities
Engaging lessons and drills are played on our clay courts with professional instructors
Swim lessons and free swim in a four-lane, 25-yard, heated outdoor pool.
Pool volleyball anyone?
ARTS & CRAFTS
Camp is not camp without arts and crafts!
Tie dye, slime, friendship bracelets and camp pillows are popular.
Gaga ball is a variation of dodgeball played in an octagon gaga pit. Campers can enjoy Gaga ball indoors, on rainy days, and outside when the suns out.
Have fun playing traditonal camp games and sports in our many open fields.
Occasionally, campers will go offsite to enjoy the batting cages, go-karts, and indoor archery.
Paddle alongside camp friends on flat water after learning the basics off-site.
Campers of all ages get to relax and ground themselves with our certified yoga instructor.
Our campers ages 6-8 take offsite field trips to meet our local tree experts at the Mountaintop Arboretum in nearby Tannersville.
Wear your best western outfit on Western Day and wear everything backwards on Backwards Day. We have theme days every week!
Chefs, counselors, and campers alike share recipes of savory dishes to be made and shared.
Camping with friends on or off-site, enjoying cooking out, making camp fire memories, Smore's and more!
Morning and afternoon flag ceremonies keep the camp traditions alive as we highlight camper achievements, recognize greatness, sing those all-famous camp songs and begin and end each day with the rising and lowering of the American flag.
Teams plan and build seaworthy boats made entirely of cardboard, duct tape, and pool noodles. They race their boats to the soggy end. Everyone gets wet, and families are welcome to view the race.
Age appropriate off-site field trips include camping, hiking, and visits to local attractions
During color wars campers shake powdered color (non-toxic) everywhere until all your friends look like a happy rainbow!
4TH OF JULY PARADE
Celebrate with us! Dress up for the parade, wearing your red, white, and blue.
PROGRAMS FOR TEENS
Teen Programs, a key part of our Day Camp, are geared toward our teen campers who are ready for the next challenge. It is a progression from a more independent camper
to real leadership and job responsibilities.
All camp staff & volunteers are fully vaccinated for COVID 19
Leader in Training– (LIT) age 13- 14 with demonstrated maturity as a camper. They will have more intense hiking, kayaking and camping along with a variety of optional activities and their own camp & service projects A minimum 2 weeks is required except for house guests. Age 12 campers turning 13 in 2024 with camp director permission will be considered for this program
Counselors in Training (CIT) age 14 – 15 are our future counselors ready for a program designed to provide them with those skills and will spend part of each day learning how to manage younger campers. They will also have opportunities to enjoy special camp activities and will have their own mentors and adult leader. CITs candidates must also personally complete an application found on the staff application portal below.
Counselor Assistants – age 15 and older successfully graduating from our CIT Program or comparable experiences are eligible for Counselor Assistant staff positions.
Counselors / Lifeguards / Instructors: age 16 and older can apply for a variety of full and part time positions.