Camping & Trips

Rock-climbing, white water rafting, rappelling, and overnight camp-outs round out the camp program. Trips and wilderness outings are planned to challenge every age group and skill level, under the supervision of qualified instructors.

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With numerous scenic campsites to choose from, many cabins plan overnight camp-outs. It’s hard to beat packing a sleeping bag, hiking to a campsite with friends, cooking supper, roasting marshmallows over the campfire, and spending a night under a blanket of stars.

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Wilderness

Campers who choose Wilderness as an activity learn to recognize wildflowers, trees, and plants. Building a fire and other survival skills such as orienteering and shelter building are typically part of the program. One never knows what will happen when the pioneering spirit emerges — past groups have built a swinging bridge and a log cabin.

Trip Days

During First and Second Term, each age group enjoys a day out of camp, traveling to exciting locations in the southeast such as the Georgia Aquarium, Rock City, Dollywood, rafting on the Ocoee and Nantahala rivers, and more.