Each summer, Camp Alleghany offers two 3-week sessions for rising 2nd-11th grade girls.
Most campers live in a tent with three or four other campers and one Counselor. Girls in rising 2nd-7th grades live in Junior Camp, while rising 8th-11th grade girls live in Senior Camp. The oldest campers, aged 15 and 16, live in a tent next door to their counselor.
Please take some time to read through our website to learn about:
- Our History
- Activities & Programs
- Group Colors
- What to bring to Term Camp
- Becoming a ‘Ghany Girl!
2017 Dates and Rates
Our 2017 dates and rates are available here.
Forms and Supplies
We ask that you begin planning for camp with our downloadable PDF trunk list packing guide (also linked above) for your Term Camper’s clothing and supplies (also available on our Packing for Term Camp page). Below are some clothing rules and must-do’s that we especially want to emphasize:
All campers and counselors must wear closed toed shoes. Flip flops may be worn to the shower, but all other footwear must be closed toed (e.g. Tevas are not acceptable, but Crocs and Keens with toe covers are). River shoes are recommended for swimming and canoeing.
Navy blue shorts and a plain white t-shirt (known around camp as B’s & W’s — blues and whites) comprise our traditional camp dinner uniform. Each girl must wear this to dinner only. Throughout the day girls wear whatever clothing the weather dictates. They then change into B’s & W’s for dinner. In Term Camp, on Sundays, campers and counselors must wear white shorts and a white shirt from 10am to 5pm. The Sunday uniform does not apply to Mini Camp. Camp Alleghany shorts in navy and white are available at the camp store, as well as white Alleghany tee-shirts.
Chilly Mountain Weather
The mornings and evenings at Camp Alleghany can be chilly. A hoodie adds a comforting layer from the cool, damp temperatures. Jeans and sweatpants are appropriate for evening activities. Rain gear is a must! It rarely rains, but when it does it pours, and can add to chilly temperatures! Ponchos, and knee-high rain boots are strongly recommended.