A Day at Camp
7:30 AM – 8:25 AM
For early risers eager to get a start on the day, certain program areas are open and available to attend. Polar bears like to get up early!
8:30 AM – 9:45 AM
High energy is crucial at breakfast time. Cheer, dance and get excited for the day. Eat so you have tons of energy for the morning!
9:45 AM – 10:15 AM
Cabin Clean Up
A clean and tidy cabin makes for cozy living conditions and maybe the coveted Cabin Clean Up Award.
10:15 AM – 12:35 PM
Morning program brings together the entire unit for arts & crafts, woodshop, swimming, boating & fishing or one of our other program areas. Be on the look-out for clowns, piggyback rides, snacks and impromptu games!
12:45 PM – 1:45 PM
Fill your bellies and drink lots of water, but remember that lunch is a quieter meal to prepare for rest hour. It’s also afternoon sign up time, where everyone chooses what activity they want to participate in that afternoon. Will it be a performance in the theater, taking aim at archery or something else entirely?
2:15 PM – 3:15 PM
Rest hour is crucial for everyone to catch some zzz’s.
3:15 PM – 5:25 PM
Afternoon Sign Up
Everyone participates in the program area they signed up for during lunch.
5:30 PM – 6:45 PM
Eat, drink, cheer, dance, sing and have fun!
7:15 PM – 9:30 PM staggered dismissal
Each night there are different evening activities that are either whole Camp activities or individual cabin/unit activities. Enjoy a s’more at the opening campfire, show off your talents at Stage Night, or bask in the glory of your accomplishments on Awards Night – every evening promises to be an outstanding one.
8:30 PM (youngest) – 9:30 PM (oldest)
Cabin Chat is an important and meaningful Camp tradition that takes place at the end of each day. It provides time to reflect on one's life as well as the Camp experience. These moments give the entire group the opportunity to unwind and get ready to go to sleep.
Younger campers — lights out!
Bedtime is one of the most important times of the day. We’re busy all day, and it is necessary to get plenty of sleep to be ready for the next day’s antics.
Older campers —lights out!
Sssshhhhhh! The older campers really need to be quiet so that the entire cabin circle goes to sleep.