Summer Camp


Summer Camp is for leaving electronics behind, getting outdoors, trying new activities and making new friends and lasting memories.


The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has made life different in many ways, but what has not changed is our commitment in providing a safe, healthy and HAPPY camp experience for all, and we can not wait for summer to get here! All activities will be open again and our programmed activities include fishing, canoeing, archery, bbs, climbing wall and zipline.  Also back open is Hammock Village!


To learn more about our Day Camp, Jamboree (overnight camp) and Counselor and Leader In Training programs, please click the tabs to the left.

FAQs and Forms:

What is your payment policy? Can I cancel and get a refund?

A $50 non-refundable deposit is due at time of registration for each registered week of camp and the balance of each week of registration is due on the 1st or 15th day of the month, which ever date is at least two weeks prior to the first day of your registered camp week. The balance of each week of registration will be automatically drafted (on the above mentioned date) from the card used to make registration deposit. At any time, you are able to log in to your account and make the remainder of your payment prior to the final auto draft date. 

If your camper is unable to complete a week of camp due to medical reasons and you would like to receive a prorated refund, we must receive a written letter of absence from a licensed physician. We do not prorate registration due to missed or “no show” days.

If you need to change or cancel registered week(s), please see our Change | Cancel Form for policy and fees.

Can my child bring a cell phone?

For all participants safety and privacy, cell phones and all hand-held electronics are not allowed. Our intent is not to disconnect parent from camper, but to allow campers to unplug from technology and connect with their peers.

What if the weather is bad while my camper is there?

We have a beautiful natural setting at camp, but unfortunately, inclement weather does occur. Camp will go on as usual in the case of rain and your camper may come home a little wet or muddy. If lightening and thunder are present, all pool, lake and high ropes activities will be suspended and campers will be moved to a covered area or indoors. Our staff is well trained in inclement weather procedures and our staff and campers’ safety is always our primary concern.

What forms do I need to send to camp?

Please check back for required health and release forms. You will bring these with your camper to their first day of camp. 
















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