Let’s Jump in the Lake!
It was a super hot and humid day on Teepee Lake and everyone wanted to spend it in the lake! The campfire cooking program continued to be a big hit, featuring a grilled vegetable salad with arugula from Joanne’s garden, and the Junior Girls had a blast seeing how many of them could fit in […]Continue
Another great camp day
Once again today was hot and sunny, and campers were super active outside all day. From horseback riding trails to ziplining and jumping off Jungle Joe into the lake, it was such a fun day. Juniors and Inters have started racking up their 3rd class awards – always announced at a meal to the cheering […]Continue
More sunshine and first ETB
We can’t believe the campers have been here for almost a week already! After 5 great sunny days of playing hard at activities, everyone was ready for our first ETB (Early To Bed) tonight. We are so impressed with how ambitious and driven our campers are already – they are receiving an unbelievable amount of […]Continue
Introducing… 5th Period!!!
Our 3rd day of programming was even sunnier and hotter than the previous two, making water sports extra popular today and swim classes a refreshing breeze. The wind was great for sailing and surfing, and campers were achieving 3rd class awards like crazy! Campers were excited to receive mail and tuck after lunch, and even […]Continue
Hard at Play
It was another beautiful sunny day in Algonquin Park – perfect for sending out our first round of trips: the intrepid Senior Girls! They left with huge smiles and positive attitudes like the great role models they are, and we can’t wait to hear all the stories of their adventures when they return. In camp […]Continue
Day 1 of Fun in the Sun!
It was sunny and beautiful for the first day of regular programming today! Teepee Lake was teeming with boats, and on land kids rode horses, shot arrows, strummed guitars, inaugurated the new ball hockey court, and so much more. The Junior play was revealed in an epic skit as The Jungle Book and tryouts were […]Continue