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.
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!
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.
Our Head Counselors and members of camp’s admin team got together for our annual spring retreat. That means camp is fast upon us and we’re getting ready every day!
Every child NEEDS to be outside. Our Program Director, Casey Tucker, explains why that’s the best classroom of all and how your child can get it and more at camp!