It only gets better! In the last week we’ve attended a mind-blowingly wonderful conference of camp industry professionals, and held our in-house Administration Team Spring Retreat to collaborate and share inspiration for the summer ahead. We were riding a high! And then this. To come to my e-mail inbox and discover that a camp mom […]
Staffing changes in our important positions can be both sad and exciting – sad because we’re saying goodbye to someone who made a lasting impression on camp, but happy because we have the best wishes for that person in their new chosen direction. And of course we are always excited to welcome new staff members […]
Every summer the last week of the camping season is dedicated to a special time at Alleghany. FAMILY CAMP! Many of us absolutely live for this sacred week of time together with old camp friends, family, and of course new families that choose to spend some of their vacation with us. Why Family Camp is […]
Alum Natalie Litz Bissonnette tells of the recurring joys of Family Camp at Camp Alleghany for Girls with her own family’s story of Summer 2016!
We’ve moved rocks and power washed tents, we’ve put down gravel and sanitized the whole place. There’s still some mud, but has mud ever stopped a ‘Ghany Girl? Read all about our clean-up efforts int eh wake of the 2016 Flood.
Alum Francie Webb writes on how connected ‘Ghany Girls are! She invites you to make that even stronger by joining the Camp Alleghany Alumni Association today.
The third of a three-part series on American Camp Association Accreditation and Camp Alleghany, this time on rules governing river use.
Family Camp is a treasured part of the Camp Alleghany experience. It’s also a program that we’re happy to see meet the high standards set for camp as a whole!
Camp Alleghany Family Camp provides a respite and renewal for adults and children alike. It’s a re-connection point for alum, and a re-charging place for all! Join us for the 50th anniversary this year, Summer 2016!
In the frenzy to put kids in multiple summer activities, the meaningfulness of a quiet, engaging summer is lost. Trying sending your camper for 3 weeks instead.