In spite of the challenges of a COVID year we’re looking forward to Summer 2021 optimistically and with strategic planning.
In a tough year it’s uplifting to remember that even the simplest pleasures can deliver joy far bigger than their size. The key is in connecting with your nearest and dearest and making your traditions come alive.
In a year that was too weird for any of us to understand one thing remains constant — that Camp Alleghany is a strong community and that we will endure. We have you to thank for that!
Camp happens outdoors every summer, rain or shine, cool or hot. Kids — and parents — need the same time in nature, and exposed in healthy doses to the elements, even in cool and cold temps.
Navigating so much MORE time online during so many closures is hard for any of us. We know adults and kids can always use a refresher on the best manners for online activity.
Camp may have been canceled in 2020, but if you were registered you’re getting a special patch designed by fellow camper Roan. Read about it in today’s blog.
Begun in 2018 and two years in the making, our video of Vivian’s camp journey could be the story of any camper — her uncertainties, her eagerness, her challenges and her joys — in being a first time camper at ‘Ghany!
Everyone with school-aged kids is facing a juggling act right now. This is how we’re getting through it with three young boys and a two-career family.
In ordinary times my summer camp is deeply restorative. During coronavirus times it was positively transformative. Read my blog to learn why we all need natural connection, and nature’s unique reset.