- What Is “Traditional Camp”?
- When are the Traditional Camp Sessions?
- Traditional Camp Application and Forms
- What to Bring to Camp
- Traditional Camp Daily Schedule
- Weekly Activity Classes Offered
Traditional Camp is for youth ages 9 through 14 and is held in seven one-week, coed sessions. Campers participate in tribe activities, camp fires, an all-camp sleep out, and classes such as; Horseback Riding, Archery, Swimming, Boating, Nature, Arts & Crafts, Recreation, Outpost Camping, Soccer, Field Games, Street Hockey, Nature, Outdoor Cooking, Frisbee Golf, Biking and more. Combined with new and old friends, these activities give campers many choices for a wonderful camp experience.
Traditional Camp Sessions
There are seven one-week sessions each summer. Sessions run from Sunday afternoon (drop off is between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm) through Saturday morning (pick up is after 9:30 am and before 11:00 am).
Traditional Camp Application and Forms:
New for 2017 – Online Registration [Learn More] – If you did not receive an application in the mail this season, please call or email us so we can add you to our mailing list. Once you are accepted to camp, a packet of necessary forms will be sent to you.
What to Bring to Camp – click to print a list
- Medical form
- Other required forms
- Spending money for the camp store/certain activities
- Twin-sized fitted sheet and/or mattress cover
- Sleeping bag or blankets
- Pillow and case
- Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, etc.
- Shower gear (shampoo, conditioner, soap, shower sandals)
- Swim suit
- Towels for bath and beach
- Everyday clothing (plenty of extras!)
- Sock and sneakers
- Spirit dress up clothing, if you wish (include something dressy for Dress Up Dinner on Friday!)
- Sweatshirt for the evening
- Plastic ground cloth for All Camp Sleep Out
- Raincoat (just in case!)
- Fishing gear, if you wish
Horse Activity Campers should ALSO Bring:
- Long pants
- Riding boots or shoes with a heel
- Helmet, if you have your own or one will be provided
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