Camp Programs and Activities
Summer Camp (all sessions)
Ages 7 to 17
$2,150 (two week session)
$1,150 (one week session)
*Financial assistance is available
Our programming allows campers to explore three different class period activities during their session. Each camper has the fun of choosing from a wide array of activities to fill those classes. Here are a few of the activities we offer every summer:
Archery, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, soccer, volleyball, ultimate frisbee, basketball, tennis, gaga, horseback riding, fishing, arts and crafts, dance, drama, rock climbing, Spanish/English language classes, photography, cooking, and many more!
Have an idea for a new activity? Our staff are always open to trying new adventures!
Summer Camp Program Add-Ons
Horseback Riding (available all sessions)
Ages 7 to 17
Add horseback riding to your camp session! Participate in a daily riding lesson in the ring or on the trail. Sign up early — space is limited. For all ages and ability levels, including beginners.
Hands-on Horsemanship (Session 2)
Session 2: Ages 12 to 17
During Session 2, HOH is for intermediate and advanced riders who just can’t get enough of horses! In addition to daily riding lessons, you’ll learn about horse care through daily hands-on experience at the stables. You’ll also get to spend three days living at the barn during an extended overnight adventure.
SPECIAL PROGRAM (Sessions 2 and 3)
Sessions 2 and 3: Ages 14 to 17
Looking for some engineering fun? Add the Design Olympics to your registration! This 2-period class will focus on collaboration/teamwork, creative problem-solving/creativity, and hands-on construction. There will be three to four design projects, a group project, and an overnight!
Programs for Older Campers
*Prices for the programs below are for those specific programs; they are not costs in addition to the summer camp fees listed above. Financial assistance is available for these programs as well.
Leadership Training (LT)
(Sessions 1 and 2; four-week program)
Ages 15 to 17
*Campers must complete an additional application for the LT program, available on the CLC CampBrain registration page and due MARCH 31, 2020.
Discover yourself and what you are truly capable of during this four-week program! The program is designed to challenge campers to be their best and grow spiritually. Supportive and experienced staff help Leadership Trainees (LTs) participate in an extended backpacking trip, canoe packing trip, ropes course training, rock climbing, an overnight solo, and so much more. LTs grow socially and learn about managing group dynamics, backcountry living, how to be an effective leader, and how to be a part of a team. The LT program, while not a mandatory part of the Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program, is a valuable stepping-stone and foundation for the CIT program.
(Sessions 2 and 3; four-week program)
Ages 16 to 17
*Campers must complete an additional application for the CIT program, available on the CLC CampBrain registration page and due MARCH 31, 2020.
The four-week Counselor-in-Training course prepares campers to be successful staff members in cabins, in teaching activities, or in other areas of the camp program. The CIT program is both a job training program and an educational experience. CITs participate in daily classes divided into four key areas: Staff, Camp, Campers, and Program. Topics include working as part of a team, responding to others’ needs, time management, decision making, public speaking, and Christian Science healing. Most importantly, CITs have the opportunity to daily put what is learned into practice in a supportive Christian Science environment. If you are interested in the out-of-doors, working with children, making new friends, and growing in your understanding and application of Christian Science — join us this summer. Make a difference — challenge yourself and others by being part of this year’s class.
First Session Family Camp
(July 3-5, 2020)
August Family Camp
(August 10-16, 2020)