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Is My Child Ready for Sleepaway Camp?

Is My Child Ready for Sleepaway Camp?

“How do I know if my child is ready for overnight camp?” It’s one of the most common questions we hear at Alpine Camp for Boys. Parents are really ask...

2019 Slide Show Dates

We are scheduling our 2019 Slide Shows and are looking forward to seeing all of you soon.  Below are the dates and places where we have slide shows sc...

Finishing Strong

Today we wrapped up our final regular activities of the term. Three met this morning after breakfast and one final concluding activity after rest hour...

A Mountain Day to Remember

I don’t remember better weather for a Mountain Day celebration than yesterday. In the shade it was cool all day. Even in the bright sun at the Olympic...

A Walk Around Camp

It’s midday in mid July and the temperature at camp is 77 degrees with almost no humidity! Spirits are high this morning as we enjoy this great gift. ...

Dancing Into the Weekend

Our trips all returned safe and sound and on time yesterday evening. The AT hikers were weary and in great spirits. And excited for a shower! We’ll ha...

Mrs. Crow

From Mr. O: Eighty-three years ago, a 19-year-old Beatrice Kerby walked nearly 20 miles from Sand Mountain to interview for a job at Alpine Lodge Camp...

Adventurous Trips!

No news from our Chief 2’s which is good news. It looks like they’ve had nice weather today in Western North Carolina. They’re in the Nantahala Nation...

Nighttime Fun

A few days ago I described a typical day at camp up until supper time. Our nights are action packed as well. Alpine at dusk might be my favorite time ...

Weekend Fun

Saturdays are action packed activity days just like Monday through Friday around here. We woke at 7 Central like normal. At 7:15 sleepy campers make t...