Whether it’s skit night, a surprise pontoon ride to Cedar Island, a canoe trip report, or Tuesday Night Cabin Activity, there is always something keeping the schedule fun and exciting.
Wood-framed cabins with LED lighting serve as a place to rest and get ready for the busy days of camp. Anywhere from four to eight campers share one cabin with two counselors. Campers sleep on cots (no bunk beds) and store their clothing and personal items on shelves and cubicles. Bathrooms are a short walk from every cabin, and the whole camp stays clean by bathing in the lake at least once a day.
Meals are served family-style three times a day in our dining facility, Knutson Hall. The food is delicious and prepared by our kitchen staff from scratch. Homemade bread and soups, hand-prepared salads and dressings, and freshly baked cookies all contribute to one of the many reasons campers return: the food!
Our son adored his experience. Sincerest thanks for all that you and your husband have done in creating this incredible experience that is memorable and life-changing.
|8:00am||Rise and shine|
|10:00am||First activity period|
|11:00am||Second activity period|
|2:00pm||Third activity period|
|3:00pm||Fourth activity period|
|4:00pm||Fifth activity period|
|5:00pm||Free swim, free period|
|9:30pm||Taps, lower and middle camp lights out|
|9:45pm||Upper camp lights out|