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Home to Magic, Oreo and more, the Horse Barn is the place where horseback riding becomes possible for everyone. Whether a loop around the ring or a walk along our wooded trails, every encounter is sure to be accompanied by smiles broader than even the biggest horse.
On a hot summer’s day the pool is the place to be! Heated to a medically appropriate 90° and wheelchair accessible, Camp’s pool is home to countless wacky noodles and a sea of campers whose Olympic-sized smiles can’t be dried off with even the biggest of towels.
Warming the hearts, souls and bodies of weekend program attendees and summer volunteers alike, Lulu’s Lodge made its Camp debut in 2005. Boasting 20 bedrooms and a cozy fireplace, it’s ideal for unwinding after the day or reminiscing with old and new friends alike.
Built in 1997, the Climbing Tower is a rite of passage for our senior campers. The tower is a symbol of the perceived limitations so courageously challenged and beautifully surmounted at Camp – and the 40' climb ends with an incredible journey down a zip line!
On December 10, 1986, a groundbreaking ceremony was held at Camp and the construction began. Camp opened in the summer of 1988, with 15 perfect little cabins in five units: Blue, Yellow, Red, White and Green!
Step inside and see the beautiful murals painted by Camp’s own, Momma Talley. You’d never guess you’re in the heart of a sophisticated medical operation, but the Infirmary provides the unobtrusive medical care our campers require.
Here campers are able to express their creativity with any project they are able to dream up. We’ve seen Adirondack chairs, designer t-shirts and pretty much everything crafted from duct tape, and so much more! The only limitation is your imagination.
Camp’s gymnasium has seen its fair share of action, with an entire closet filled with all the sporting equipment you could ever want, video games and a staff workout room. Newman himself was known to take on a friendly challenge on the pool tables, which continue to be a popular feature in the space today.
We have bounced and danced our way across three different Dining Hall floors and raised countless banners up the Dining Hall walls. If this building could speak, it would tell stories of a joyful community that celebrates each meal with a song and a dance!
Camp’s stage has seen its fair share of celebrities over the years, but none shine as bright as our campers on Stage Night. Camp’s talent show, often an epic 50 acts long, is a night of cheering and clapping for everyone who steps into the spotlight.
Launched in 2004, the Archery Program really hits the spot! As many counselors can attest, never tell a Camper that you will shave your head if they get a bull's-eye … because it is highly likely they will!
Built in 2003, the Tree House has provided a magical hideout for thousands of campers. Tucked 30 feet up in the trees, it has been transformed into a relaxing spa, a nature classroom, and refuge from Pirate Clowns!
Whether you fancy a row boat, paddle boat or pontoon boat, Camp has pretty much every pond-worthy vessel there is down at the Boathouse. All fishing at Camp is “kiss and release”!
Expro, also know as exploration program, is a place where our more senior campers come to kick-back and relax. Home to our outdoor pizza oven, teepee and hammocks, Expro is known as a place to play Frisbee golf, chill out with friends over a homemade slice or have a paint war.
Home to an illusive and humongous fish known as “Wee-Pee,” Pearson Pond is named after Camp’s founding medical director Doc Pearson and employs a very strict “kiss and release” policy. The lake is a beautiful place to spend a sunny afternoon canoeing or fishing.