While no two days at camp are ever the same, we do stick to a pretty regular schedule! The morning begins at 8 a.m. with Reveille. We raise the flag and eat breakfast together, then clean up our bunks and head out for a morning filled with activities. After lunch and Rest Hour, we’re recharged and ready for more program fun. After a shower, dinner and some free play, we enjoy an evening activity and snack before it’s time for bed.
Below is a sample schedule
- Time Activity
- 7:30 AM
Early Bird Programs
Some campers get up early to participate in optional programs like Tennis Plus, gymnastics and team practices.
- 8:00 AM
A bugle call plays over the PA to wake up camp, followed by announcements and morning music.
- 8:25 AM
Campers and staff gather at the flagpole for morning announcements & flag raising.
- 8:35 AM
French toast? Hot oatmeal? Fresh berries? Bagels and lox?
- 9:10 AM
Campers & staff return to cabins to tidy up for inspection.
- 9:40 AM
Age Group Assembly
Group leaders gather campers & staff for announcements and to review the day ahead. Any schedule changes/additions will be announced at this time.
- 10:00 AM Period One
- 11:05 AM Period Two
- 12:10 PM Lunch
Campers & staff return to cabins for a little R&R; group leaders deliver the day’s mail.
- 1:45 PM
Junior Group Assembly
Junior group leaders, campers & staff meet for further announcements.
- 2:00 PM Period Three
- 3:05 PM Period Four
- 4:00 PM
Campers & staff line up at the Dining Hall for a snack break.
- 4:20 PM Period Five
- 5:15 PM
Campers & staff return to the cabins to shower for dinner.
- 6:05 PM
Announcements are made and the flag is lowered
- 6:15 PM Dinner
- 6:50 PM
Campers have free time to play, write letters and relax all around camp. Staff members are at all open program areas to provide supervision.
- 7:30 PM
Anything from an age group play to an all camp campfire or special event.
- 9:00 PM
After singing the Alma Mater and collecting a bedtime snack, campers and counselors return to Cabin Row for the night.
- 9:15 PM
Junior Campers go straight to bed at the Taps Bugle, while older Senior Camp girls take some time to relax and settle down before calling it a night.