In four trips over the course of this summer, ‘Ghany Girls get a chance to explore wild local caves all decked out in safety gear and armed with a sense of adventure!
Hello blog readers! My name is Lou and I currently live in Norwich which is in England! But this summer I’ll be jetting off to Camp Alleghany for Girls in the United States for the very first time. I’m incredibly excited to be the camp’s Head of Photography (one of the activity classes on offer […]
When I recently wrote about our new Summer Lending Library I was mostly sharing with you the details of how the library will work and why it’s a good offering for our campers and counselors who will have another option for enjoying Rest Hour and any Free Time sessions. But at the time that I […]
As part of our department series to help campers decide on summer activities, this is a blog post about Waterfront — our canoeing and swimming departments.
What do our youngest campers experience at Mini Camp at Camp Alleghany for Girls? We interviewed a former Mini Camper (age 8 when she attended) to get her take!
This fun, revived and revitalized activity is something to sing about! Read Program Director Taylor Fellows’s blog post about it and think about taking singing this summer!
A Department Series blog post by Program Director Taylor Fellows that takes a look at our adventurous and challenging Wild World and Ropes Course Activity.
Camp is a different environment than school, with close quarters and an all-encompassing life. Camper chores help it run smoothly, while building resilience in campers.
If you know Liza Stace you know how thrilled we are to have her come back as Head of Rifle. This year she’ll just be Head — no tent row or camper duties. And that’s a good thing. Read on to learn why.