Two campers relate the stories of joy, growth, and personal discovery they experienced after missing a camp summer and then coming back!
There are many ways a girl can use her LIT experience, from being a better prepared Junior Counselor or counselor to other jobs and skills. Learn more.
There are some changes afoot in our proposed Leadership-In-Training program. We’re changing the launch to Summer 2019, and looking at a new term structure, too.
We know you’re wondering about the 2018 launch of our new Leadership In Training Program. Here’s what we know so far. Get ready to get excited!
I’m excited to announce the coming of a new Program beginning in Summer 2018 that will both bring our camp into alignment with what a great many of our peer camps already offer as well as strengthen our commitment to the positive growth and development of all of our campers at each of their stages in […]
Lots of new tee shirts, socks, boxers, and other goodies await you at the Camp Store this summer. Read on for more!
Dear 16s of 2014, It could be your boyfriend, or your workload at school. It could be the pressure to train to perfect your sport of choice. You could have tickets to see your favorite band in the middle of the summer, or be scared of how difficult the Junior Counselor (JC) application may be. […]
I just received this awesome blog from our Camp Store Managers, Ruth Reitz and Jennifer Mitchell. Instantly I wanted everything I read about. I think you’re going to love it, too! They write, Hi Campers, parents, and Staff, Many have heard that we will not be selling candy and drinks after dinner this year, but […]
Now that I’m back at home and I’m reflecting on my four-year experience at Camp Alleghany, I just keep thinking about how this was my last summer as a camper. I’ll never again return to Ghany as a camper proper, even if I am camping when I come. I won’t take classes, live under a […]
For the past four years, I’ve gone to Camp Alleghany during the first term. But, ssince this past summer was my last year as a camper, I was lucky enough to go full term. Unfounded fears Once I was at camp this summer, I found myself very apprehensive about going second term. There were twenty-seven […]