At Camp Lantern Creek, a camp for girls ages 7 – 16, we have thrown out the traditional rules for what summer camp “should” be and developed unexpected, wide-ranging activities with a common theme: fostering creative thinking and self-confidence in girls.
We’re here to nurture modern-day Renaissance girls who feel they can do anything – or at least have the chance to try every bit of it for themselves.
With a full theater stage and art studios, Camp Lantern Creek has a strong emphasis on the arts through classes that include painting, singing, textile arts and drama. Yet the outdoors play an important role as well, with a ropes course, pool, lake and multi-story water slide. A camper might spend part of her morning making pop art, the other half in a canoe, and the afternoon in “Rosie’s Riveters”, a class designed to teach girls how to use real-world tools. We think of CLC as a place where a girl can be completely herself. She’s not afraid to sing loud or play hard or get dirty. That kind of fun fearlessness is our greatest measure of success.