Residential Camps


Covid-19 Update:

 

At this time as our program for this summer continues to adapt and change with up to date and current regulations involving Covid-19, our Youth & Villager Overnight Programs are the only ones that will be running.  That means we have pressed the PAUSE button on our Adventure Camp Program for 2021.

For our older Day Campers, Youth Overnight Camp has been expanded for 7 & 8 year old campers.

For our Leadership campers, our Villager Overnight Camp has been expanded for 16 & 17 year old campers.


Youth Camp (Ages 7-11)

Sessions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

This is our traditional, residential camp program geared towards 7 to 111 year-olds. Campers sleep in cabins or tents and spend the day with their cabin groups participating in a wide variety of activities.  These activities range from canoe trips around the lake, challenging themselves at the climbing wall or archery range, or exploring their imagination in arts and crafts or skit building.

Drop Off will be scheduled at a later time Sunday afternoons.

Pick-Ups will be scheduled at a later time Friday afternoons.

Packing For Camp

Camp Esquagama Registration


Villagers Camp (Ages 12-17)

Sessions: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

This is our traditional, residential camp program geared towards 12 to 17 year-olds. Campers sleep in cabins or tents and spend the day with their cabin groups participating in a wide variety of activities.  These activities range from canoe trips around the lake, challenging themselves at the climbing wall or archery range, or exploring their imagination in arts and crafts or skit building.

Drop Off will be scheduled at a later time Sunday afternoons.

Pick-Ups will be scheduled at a later time Friday afternoons.

Packing For Camp

Camp Esquagama Registration

 


 

Adventure Camp (Ages 12-16)

(PAUSED) … Sessions: 5, 6, 7

The Adventure Camp is geared towards our 12-15 year old campers to the world of camping outside of cabin life, while incorporating mixed-gender programming and team-building (while still sleeping in gender-neutral tents). Campers spend 2-days and 1-night canoeing and camping along the Embarrass River.  This program enhances campers’ leadership skills, while providing them with added responsibility and more opportunities for personal growth. Advanced camping skills include expanded trip planning and preparation, as well as wilderness survival skills, such as emergency signaling, equipment repair, orienteering, and shelter-building. It was designed to enrich the adolescent camping experience, while allowing campers to enjoy a new sense of responsibility at camp.  Prior camping skills are not needed as this is an introductory program where you can learn and have fun no matter your experience.

Drop Off is 2-4pm Sunday and Check-Out begins at 3pm Friday. The awards program will begin at 4pm Friday.

Packing For Camp

Additional Program Specific Packing List

Camp Esquagama Registration

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