In the Camp Alleghany color system the Tinges represent a certain through line from camper to counselor. Do you know what that is? Were you a Tinge?
Whitley Taylor, a 2015 Junior Counselor, shares her delightful experience at being a first time counselor.
From Gold Rush to Encore and more here’s a round up of some favorite Blue-Gray competition games and the tale of just how fierce they are!
Two counselors with long-time ties to Junior Camp devised a way to keep deep connections alive with their former tent campers and it all started with s’mores.
It’s another year with a big international staff. Learn how we got here, who we are, and what we’re teaching at Camp Alleghany.
A blog post written by a counselor about her family history at Camp Alleghany and why she continues to come back year after year, even though she’s in college.
All about our recent weekend of planning and refining for the exciting summer camp season just ahead!
It must be so hard to be a high school senior or college student today. The pressure! With so much urgency surrounding college choice, and then the push for internships in college, students are left with a raft of fingernail-biting must-do’s that even the most driven type-A personality could barely achieve on a good day! […]
Editor’s Note: This is the fifth installment in our Camp Alleghany Awards Series for the blog, detailing the history and stories behind each of our yearly camp awards. This one was written by Lily Romando’s friend, Maddie Thomas. See all the installments here. Lily Romando was a girl who was loved by so many and those […]