• Rustic, log-style cabins.
• Two-story design with three camper sleeping rooms, one counselor sleeping area, a center room for gathering and indoor bathrooms.
• Indoor bathrooms with heated water and individual stalls.
• Six campers per chalet and five to six staff per cabin.
• Campers are given their own bed, green shelf (bedside table), and a large column of cubbies for all of their personal belongings.
• Cabins are organized by school grade and length of stay.
• Pairs of cabins will have a centrally located shower house.
• Each shower house is equipped with individual shower stalls and heated water.
I loved hearing Isaac talk about the sense of community at camp. He came home trying to recreate the vibe from camp in our house, and has been excited to include his brothers.
We feel that camp provides a healthy and safe environment for our boys to try new things and to learn to do them well, if possible. They get to meet new people from all over too!
It was an extremely positive experience. He has not stopped talking about it since I met him at the airport (I am not exaggerating!)