Camp Alleghany for Girls Program Director Casey Tucker positively thrives in the wilderness, not least of why because he loves to unplug from it all. Read about his latest adventure on our blog.
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.
Program Director Casey Tucker took some time this fall to restore his soul, rest into his friendships, and revisit his passion for nature. Read his story and how this work informs his dedication to wilderness work at ‘Ghany!
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!
Program Director Casey Tucker has a passion for nature in its own right. But he also makes a powerful case for the role of nature in kids’ lives. A recent speaker he saw confirms it!
Every child NEEDS to be outside. Our Program Director, Casey Tucker, explains why that’s the best classroom of all and how your child can get it and more at camp!
Camp brings your child into the heart of nature, and gives her the gift of nature. Read on to learn why that’s so important today!
It’s been a while since we’ve posted a throwback piece to our old Alleghany Rattler newspaper, so I thought it would be fun to pull one out this week from July 1951! It’s a story of an outdoor adventure. Hope you enjoy! Blue Bend written by Susan Cotts and Dorsey Davidson Edited by Mottie Haverstick […]
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.