Roo came to camp with Whitney Kiper and then set off on daily adventures all her own. Read on to find out about a day in the life of a camp dog.
If you remember our camp newspaper then we hope you’ll like the online version of the same good old-fashioned reporting from our Photojournalism campers.
When campers come home often there’s an adjustment period. They miss camp friends, pine for camp ways, and often need to share their feelings. Here’s how you can be supportive.
One of our alums who’s also a Maroon (no-JC-summer Counselor) shared with us her Vespers remembrance of what camp means to her.
A new international counselor — Annie Chapman — tells her story of a newly invigorated approach to staff training and what it meant to her.
How is it that another summer of Mini Camp is gone already? Oh, but the fun we had! Read on to hear all about it.
Our sewing activity will have your camper in stitches this summer. Read about what our sewing instructor Kelli Martin has done in the past and maybe your camper will try this year!
When a camper comes to us summer after summer she is on a journey that holds memories and familiarity while also growing and changing to reflect each stage in her life. Read on to hear what one camper says that Camp Alleghany gave to her.
Please check out our blog today with a special request for used electronics to aid our Photography and Dance Departments AND give more counselors access to equipment at camp.
Our international focus and diversity at camp is off-the-charts this summer. In today’s blog, Program Director Casey Tucker introduces you to what campers have in store with staff and special international nights during #summer2018!