Check out summer 2017 theme weeks
Lots of fun activities to choose from
Camp Theme Weeks
With 15 included activities to choose from and 4 special activities (additional charge applies), there is plenty of exciting and fun opportunities for every camper. Each resident/overnight camper and day camper will choose up to 8 activities for their week at camp. Clover camper activities are age-appropriate and preselected by our experienced camp staff.
*All noted water activities require campers to be Red Cross certified level 3 swimmers to participate. Certification can be obtained during swim lessons at camp.
Special Add-On Activities
For ages 9-15. (Beginner-Intermediate) Weeks 1-7
Join our experienced horse staff for summer fun at the stables. Campers will learn to groom and tack a horse, ride in English or Western lessons, and enjoy a trail ride in our beautiful woods! Campers will have a two-hour horse activity class each day with one-hour of horseback riding instruction emphasizing safety and fun. For the second hour campers will learn and participate in barn basics, horse care and equipment. Horseshoeing demonstrations will also be offered. (+$170/week)
Bring your own cow (beef or dairy) to camp. Work on developing and improving your showmanship skills. Different professionals presentations daily. Dairy Cows will be Week 1 and Beef Cows will be Week 2. Kids should bring their cow, halter (rope and show) enough feed for the week, feed and water buckets, show supplies and clippers are optional. We have a large lock box that clippers will be locked up in and chained. Please label all supplies with last name. (+25/week) Free to 4-H members.
Available to campers enrolled in both weeks 3 and 4. For ages 9-15 and Teen Leaders.
July 14-15, 2017. This year we will be day-tripping to the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, VT. Montshire is hands-on museum with more than 140 exhibits related to natural and physical sciences, ecology, and technology. The building is located on a 110-acre site near the Connecticut River, and the Museum’s outdoor environment is a large part of the visitor experience. Visit the Montshire Museum of Science web site. Stayover weekend includes two night stay at camp, all meals/snacks, transportation and admission to museum, and laundry service. (+$200)
Wood Fiber Crafts
Learn how to weave a fireside stool or round reed baskets. (+$25/week)