Flag Raising and Lowering
Each morning and evening, the United States flag is raised and lowered out of respect for our country and those who serve.
Each morning before breakfast, campers sit outside and complete a short Bible devotional.
Do the Dishes
Cabin groups sit together in the Dining Hall, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, family style. After each meal, the cabin group works together to clean up their table in the dining hall.
Spend time each day with your cabin group learning what's in the Bible and how you can apply it to your life.
Hone horse riding skills during a horsemanship class.
Learning how to groom a horse in class.
Take swimming lessons as one of your activities, and you could pass a Red Cross Swim Level.
Hike some of the trails each day during an Activity Hour.
One activity campers have available to choose is Crafts. Spend an hour each day creating then take the project home at the end of the week.
Campers return from the pool, open to everyone during free hour each day.
Lounge on Tuck Shop porch with your friends at free hour.
Enjoy a Treat
Use some spending money to buy cold treats on a hot day. Meet some new friends!
Adventure Tree Climbers
Climb the oak tree in front of the dining hall with ropes and pulleys. A certified instructor guides campers into the trees.
Have a great time with your cabin group each day before dinner. Cabin counselors like to plan fun activities during this time.
Island Tree House
Adventures are to be had hiking out to the Island Tree House with cabinmates or friends!
Old Oak Tree
Trek to the Old Oak Tree to see this 200 year old giant! Bounce on the low hanging branches that serve as our "bucking bronco"
Slip and Slide
One cabin time activity could be the giant water slide set up on the hill.
Or maybe the cabin group will have an outdoor tea party
One night during the week, each cabin will trek out into the woods, build a fire, and cook a meal to eat together. It's a great time for bonding with new friends.
United Evening Program
After dinner, campers play games, have a pool party, or another activity with those in their own age group.
Dusk on the pond that sits as a dividing point of the camp property.
Division Camp Fire
End each evening with campers of the same age. Everyone sings crazy camp songs then a cabin counselor with have a short Bible talk to finish off the night.