Summer Camp Activities
The Challenge Course staff lead campers through elements 20-50 feet in the air. Younger campers experience the Burma Bridge, Two Line Bridge, and 184-foot Zip Line. Older campers experience the Rope Ladder, Cat Walk, Medicine Man, Spooky Tarzan, and the 600-foot Great Granddaddy Zip Line.
A well-trained wrangler staff teaches campers how to ride and handle a horse. Younger campers learn to ride in the ring, while older campers take the horse out on the trail. They also spend time at our Chuck wagon site, where snacks are prepared, along with stories, leather-crafts and much more.
American Red Cross Lifeguards supervise the lake area as campers play in the water, ride the zip line across part of the lake, bounce on the Aqua Jump, fly off the Aqua Launch, climb aboard the Aqua Glide, rock on the Lily Pads, explore the Jungle Joe II, and fly down the 155-foot Super Slide!
Our oldest campers head out to the South Lake to learn a little paddling technique. The lifeguard staff then creates a variety of games for campers to challenge the rest of their color group to a water obstacle course relay race!
American Red Cross Certified Lifeguards protect and play with campers in the swimming pool. Activities at the pool include a water slide, basketball, water polo, plenty of water toys, and having fun getting WET!
Riflery & ArcheryOur well-trained staff teaches campers how to safely and responsibly use a rifle and bow and arrow as they take aim at targets down the range. (Day campers are instructed on air rifles; Overnight campers are instructed on .22 rifles).
The Challenge Course staff leads campers through 30 - 50 feet of rock climbing on the Rock Climbing Tower. Campers wear safety harnesses as the staff belay them up the tower.
Super Fun Games
Every moment is a surprise at Super Fun Games! You never know what might happen next. These games range from crazy sports to silly tricks with lots of fun packed inside.
Wild Wilderness Adventure
At WWA campers learn about and get to see many different animals that can be found outdoors. A turtle pool, snake cages, duck playground and other animals fill the WWA tent. Campers are also served "Dwarf Cakes" cooked over a campfire at "Hammock Land!"