- Rock climbing
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Ropes course
- Team building activities
These activities support the campers in gaining personal experiences and understanding of teamwork, and of trusting themselves and their peers. The activities promote the breakdown of ethnic barriers and the discovery of how similar we really are. The campers get a chance to see what is possible if they push themselves one step more, creating a new concept of how capable and powerful they are.
You will need to bring the following items to camp. If you do not have any of these items, let us know and we can help make arrangements for you.
- Sleeping Bag - (or sheets and blanket) and pillow
- Sweatshirt or Jacket
- Shorts - 2 or 3 pair and Long Pants - 2 or 3 pair
- Shirts - 3 or 4
- Socks and Underwear
- Swimsuit for rafting (shorts are fine)
- Towel for shower
- Rain Jacket
- Hat and sunglasses
- Shoes for Hiking - 2 pair in case one gets wet (tennis shoes are fine)
- Water Bottle
- Sunscreen and Bug Spray (we cannot provide these)
- Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Shampoo, Soap
- Electronics (phones, i-pods, gameboys, CD's, etc)
- Food (we keep you well fed and there is a no food policy in the sleeping cabins)
- Money (nothing to buy)
- Weapons (of any kind)
- Small Daypack
- Aspirin/Advil/Tylenol (must be in original package - we cannot provide)
- Flip Flops or Sandals
Donations go to campers coming to camp for the week, for special events during the year, to items needed to conduct camp like water bottles and sunscreen. Also, it pays for the activities campers participate in.
Yes, you can set up a monthly donation that will come out of your checking account automatically.
No, you can donate a little or as much as you would like.