Campers live in modern, paneled cabins called bunks. Each bunk is equipped with full bathrooms and storage space for each camper’s belongings. Three to four counselors and eight to ten campers make up each bunk. Campers make their beds, care for their own belongings and practice good personal hygiene. Our professional housekeeping staff maintains and sanitizes the bathrooms daily. A complete packing list and Parents’ Manual make the process of preparing for camp as easy and convenient as possible.
The cabin or bunk is where campers learn to live together as a group, to share and to respect each other. We see bunk living as the core of the camp experience – central to our mission of teaching children the skills of making and keeping friends.