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ACTIVITIES

There’s so much to do here! With over 30 different activities to choose from, girls never run out of new things to try. Our program is entirely elective based – campers can choose to do the activities that interest them! On the first night of each session girls select four elective activities for the week. Girls get to choose new elective activities each week.

WATERFRONT

There’s so many things to do on our beautiful Mohawk Pond! Since we have the pond to ourselves, girls can explore tons of different water activities. During free time, girls can go swimming, play on our floating inflatables, build a sand castle, or just take in the view.

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SPORTS & ADVENTURE

Let’s get moving! If you want to learn how to play a sport, or brush up on your skills, these activities are for you. Sink an arrow into a target, relax your mind and body with yoga, or score a goal in lacrosse.

Mohawk girl camper trying archery
CREATIVE & PERFORMING
ARTS

Be creative! Try out for our Drama Production, learn how to develop black and white film, or try your hand at baking. Take home your handiwork: a ceramic mug, a hand-sewn bag, or even a woven basket.

Campers performing in the Rec Hall
FARM & HORSEBACK

The stables are a popular place to be! If you’ve never ridden a horse, or if you’ve been riding all your life, sign up for riding lessons—all skill levels welcome. 

Girl camper smiling horseback riding

WATERFRONT

There’s so many things to do on our beautiful Mohawk Pond! Since we have the pond to ourselves, girls can explore tons of different water activities. During free time, girls can go swimming, play on our floating inflatables, build a sand castle, or just take in the view.

  • Canoeing

  • Instructional Swimming

  • Log Rolling

  • Kayaking

  • Fishing (11+)

  • Funyaking

  • Rowing

  • Sailing

  • Windsurfing

  • Stand up Paddleboarding

Sailing activity lesson at camp with lifeguard
Campers in basketry activity

CREATIVE & PERFORMING ARTS

Be creative! Try out for our Drama Production, learn how to develop black and white film, or try your hand at baking. Take home your handiwork: a ceramic mug, a hand-sewn bag, or even a woven basket.

  • ASL

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Bake Shop

  • Basketry

  • Baton Twirling*

  • Ceramics*

  • Chorus

  • Creative Writing

  • Drama Production*

  • Friendship Bracelets

  • Jewelry

  • Painting

  • Photography*

  • Scrapbooking

  • Sewing & Design

  • Ukuleles**

*Ceramics and Drama Production are two-week commitment
**Baton Twirling, Photography and Ukulele available to campers ages 11 and up

SPORTS & ADVENTURE

Let’s get moving! If you want to learn how to play a sport, or brush up on your skills, these activities are for you. Sink an arrow into a target, relax your mind and body with yoga, or score a goal in lacrosse.

  • Archery

  • Badminton

  • Basketball

  • Cheerleading

  • Dance

  • Field Hockey

  • Nature​​

  • Outdoor Living

  • Ropes Course (11+)

  • Soccer

  • Tennis

  • Tumbling

  • Volleyball

  • Yoga

Happy camper on the high ropes course
Group of campers in horseback riding lesson

FARM & HORSEBACK

The stables are a popular place to be! Come early in the morning to help bring the horses in from the fields, and learn how to groom them. If you’ve never ridden a horse, or if you’ve been riding all your life, sign up for riding lessons—all skill levels welcome.

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY

Join our “Farm” class and learn about animal husbandry—here’s your chance to feed a chicken, take a goat for a walk or just learn about taking care of the animals.

RIDING LESSONS

All campers are welcome to participate in riding lessons, available for an additional weekly fee.

The goal of our riding program is twofold. We want campers to be safe, and we want them to have fun as they ride. Horseback riding can be a lifelong form of exercise and enjoyment. We aim to introduce this sport in a way that will nurture a girl’s interest in horses. Riding lessons are taught in the English Hunt Seat style.

We provide hard hats with safety straps and all other safety equipment. Boots are available if needed, but please bring a pair of boots or shoes with heels if you have them. This is important for proper foot placement in the stirrup. Please label all riding apparel. Our stable area consists of a barn specially designed for our riding and farm program, a paddock area, two riding rings, fieldwork area, and a small brook. Small group lessons are taught in riding rings with three instructors for each twelve students.

HORSE GROOMING & FEEDING

Grooming and feeding of the horses are not required parts of our riding classes. However, those girls who wish to assist with these aspects of horse care are welcome to do so. They merely need to speak to the Riding Director to express their interest. The Director will schedule a time when the girls can work along side the riding staff as they care for the animals. Campers are also invited to become involved in animal care through our farm program, which includes sheep and fowl.

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