The camp was founded on eight pillars of virtue in 1953, and still today strives to nurture a character-building atmosphere. Campers attain personal growth through intangibles–self-confidence, teamwork, leadership, individual identity, and dealing with challenges. Meals are served family style dining, and a tradition of etiquette prevails.
Enrollment is limited to 165 girls per session; campers and counselors come from many countries, and all across the U.S. Our camp population is small enough to be friendly, yet large enough for good variety in programming and activities.
Activities are fun and instruction-oriented, with all campers encouraged to take horseback riding, Red Cross swimming instruction, and field sports, then rounding out schedules from a list of more than 40 electives–traditional, plus unusual.