Camp days are long and filled with lots of fun. Every day will bring new adventures and chances to be outside. There are so many fun things to do at camp that it may seem like it’s hard to do them all. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of time to do all your favorite things.
- There are 3 free time periods so you can choose how you spend your time
- There are 3 skill classes each day where you get instruction in activities you choose
- The whole camp plays a “camp wide” game each evening such as Capture the Flag or Zombie Infection
- You have a period every day where your cabin does an activity together
- The store is open twice a day
Skill Classes: A skill class is the period in the afternoon where you receive instruction in an area of camp. There are three skill classes each week. In a two week session we can guarantee your top skill class and you choose a second group of three classes during the second week of camp.
Cabins: Our cabins are split into four villages. The villages in order or age are:
- Mehkoa, the youngest village
- and the oldest village Chippe.
Mehkoa and Tamakwa cabins each have 6 campers and 2 staff. A Madewehsoos cabin has 8 campers and 2 staff, and a Chippe cabin has 10 campers and 2 staff. One of the staff is a counselor who has completed their Junior or Senior year of high school and one Senior Counselor who has completed their first year of College.
Snack: Every afternoon we offer a free snack to campers and staff. Stop by the dining hall for a healthy snack in the middle of the day. Snacks may include: fruit, muffins, vegetables, home made pretzels, and more.
Meals: Three times a day campers and staff eat together as a cabin. Meals are served family style, where food is passed around the table similar to at home. At breakfast there is always cereal, yogurt, and oatmeal in addition to the main meal. Lunch and dinner will also have a salad and sandwich bar too. And best of all, there is dessert at every dinner. Every Wednesday is a night off for the kitchen staff. As a village, you will cook hamburgers and hotdogs over the grill. Please call or write us if you have any questions about the meals.
Bathrooms and showers: Each village has a wash house in the village with toilet, sinks and showers with warm water.
The schedule for a weekend in a two week session is different than the weekdays. Friday night through Sunday lunch our staff create a super creative and fun program. Past weekend program themes have included Olympic Weekend, Harry Potter Weekend, Pirate Weekend, Medieval Weekend and many more. After lunch on Sunday we have Water Palooza, a fun water carnival at the waterfront. We have Chapel before dinner and then the Nidokenak Ceremony (our camp fire celebrating campers and staff that have been at camp for 5 or 10 years).
7:45 Wakeup (Bell)
8:15 Flagpole (Bell)
9:15 Cabin/Village Cleanup
9:45 Cabin Activity
10:45 Freetime (Bell)
11:50 Slingers/Handwashing (Bell)
12:00 Lunch (Bell)
1:35 1st Activity Period (Bell)
2:35 Snack (Bell)
2:45 2nd Activity Period (Bell)
3:45 3rd Activity Period (Bell)
4:45 Freetime (Bell)
5:50 Flagpole/Slingers (Bell)
6:45 Camper’s Choice
7:20 Evening Program (Bell)
8:30 Back to Villages (Bell)
There is a chance to go to the waterfront every day
Camp favorites like Gaga Ball, Archery, Rock Climbing, and Arts and Crafts are offered many times a week
Every Friday there is a camp fire with smores
Every day there are at least 2 periods where Day Campers choose their activities
Every day there is at least 1 chance to play an activity with overnight campers
9:00 Arrival and Group Meeting
9:30 Cabin Activity With Resident Camp
10:45 Camper Choice
2:00 Snack and Activity
2:45 Camp Favorites
3:30 Camp Store and Gaga Ball