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.
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.
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.
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.