Dates & Enrollment
|Father-Son Weekend||May 17 - May 19||$700*|
|Session 1F (1st-11th grades)||June 3 - June 28||$6,550|
|Session 1A (1st-11th grades)||June 3 - June 15||$3,850|
|Session 1B (1st-11th grades)||June 16 - June 28||$3,850|
|Session 2F (1st-11th grades)||June 30 - July 12||$3,850|
|Session 3F (1st-11th grades)||July 14 - August 8||$6,550|
|Session 3A (1st-11th grades)||July 14 - July 26||$3,850|
|Session 3B (1st-11th grades)||July 27 - August 8||$3,850|
|Short Term 1 (1st-4th grades)||June 3 - June 9||$1,925|
|Short Term 2 (1st-4th grades)||June 9 - June 15||$1,925|
*Covers one father and son. Each additional son $300.
Children make friends and become campers very quickly. But seeing growth, especially in their activity skills, takes a little more time. There are just no shortcuts to learning a roll in kayaking or a bar chord in guitar. And these sorts of milestones become important markers of growth for camp-aged children. Because of this we recommend at least two weeks for first year boys.
What about one week? Most of our campers are ready for two, but we also understand that many parents are not! This is why we offer a Short Term session for boys rising 4th grade and below. It allows families to give camp a try, building confidence to come longer the next summer. Another fantastic way to gain confidence for two weeks at camp is to come to our Father Son weekend in May!
Enrolling a Camper
The best way to get the ball rolling is to apply online. Once you have completed your application, we will contact you by phone or email.
You will receive an email confirmation letting you know we received your application. If we are able to enroll your child you will receive another email saying we have charged the deposit ($1,000), followed up by an acceptance letter from camp. Tuition can be paid by check, E-check or credit card. Please note that there is a 3% service charge when using a credit card.
After that you will not hear much from camp until we send you your camper packet in the spring. This will be a big document and will have all the information you need to get ready for camp.
We store luggage under the cabins after the boys arrive, so there is no need for a foot locker. If you would still like one there are plenty out there that hold up very well – but our favorite luggage option is the good old duffel bag. You do not have to ship your luggage ahead of time, unless your camper is flying, though many parents choose to ship luggage to lighten the load in their cars.