What does a camper’s day look like?
There is some variety between the age levels and the different programs.
However, all girls will have the opportunity to do arts and crafts twice during their stay. Depending on the weather, all girls will go swimming every day and boating twice a week. There is an alternative option if a girl does not want to swim. Every girl also gets to participate in a cookout for lunch on Wednesday. The Trading Post will be open for girls to visit on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings, there is a “camper’s choice” activity period in the evening. Choices may include: twilight swim, twilight boating, archery, climbing tower and zipline, games, and more. Girls get to rank the activities they want to participate in. Some activities have space or age restrictions. Therefore, girls may not always receive their first choice.
Sample Schedule (Monday or Tuesday)
7:00 – Wake Up
8:00 – Breakfast
9:00 – Swimming
10:00 – Archery
11:00 – Boating
12:30 – Lunch
1:15 – Quiet Hour
2:30 – Badge Activities & Trading Post
3:30 – Hike
4:30 – Unit Choice
6:00 – Dinner
6:45 – Songs on Schooney
7:00 – Flag
7:15 – Camper’s Choice Activity
8:15 – Evening Snack & Campfire
9:00 – Quiet Time
This is just a sample schedule. It does not include all activities being offered. Your child’s day and week may vary.
Girls attending the horse programs will be driven off camp property to a local stable every day for time with the horses and lessons, weather permitting.