Each spring several camp directors from local camps gather to share fellowship, ideas, and a pre-camp respite before the whirlwind of camp begins!
For our latest blog, Mini Camp Director/’Ghany alum Beth Anne Clark-Thomas pens a poem in celebration of the recent L.O.L. Alumni Weekend (w/ photo gallery).
An article takes a look at the history of American summer camps and we find that we’re right in step with that history and going strong. Wish you were here!
In a book about the merits of things made and done by hand a quiet epilogue sings the praises of summer camps and the critical role they play in kids’ lives.
‘Ghany Camp Store managers Ruth and Jennifer have a blog post about the fun new swag — and old standbys — that are available at the camp store this summer.
Campers, come ready this summer in your Blues & Whites for Opening Day. No need to think about what to wear and you’ll be ready for yearbook pics, dinner, and fun!
Program Director Casey Tucker has a passion for nature in its own right. But he also makes a powerful case for the role of nature in kids’ lives. A recent speaker he saw confirms it!
The Facilities Team has been hard at work making Camp Alleghany for girls beautiful, aired-out, clean and fresh, and with lots of new additions, too. Read all about it!
How did you learn about Camp Alleghany for Girls? One counselor tells a story of how she landed here that will simply blow your mind. Hint: It involves sushi!
Post # 2 in my series on my son’s first experience at a sleepaway summer camp that isn’t OUR sleepaway summer camp. He’s only 6 so this series is great for parents of younger campers.