Rise and shine, time to get your campers ready for the day. Your camp might be particularly old school, so you’ll be woken up by a bell or a camp bugle which will really jump start your day.
Every morning the whole camp will gather around the flagpole for the Pledge of Allegiance. You'll get the opportunity at some point to raise the flag with your cabin.
Time to fuel yourself for the upcoming day. Camp food is generally pretty varied. There’ll be cereal, a hot food option, fruit and a veggie option. Eat up, you’ll need it to prepare for a fun packed day.
After breakfast is finished, you'll head back to your cabin to clean up. The cleanest cabin usually wins a prize every week, so the kids take it pretty seriously. Plus their parents will be forever grateful!
There are usually 4/5 activity periods in a day. The kids will have loads of activities to choose from like sailing, horse riding, basketball or jewelry making to name a few. During the summer you'll have the opportunity to do pretty much every activity at camp!
Meals at camp aren't just about eating in silence - they involve lots of singing, chanting and daily announcements. You'll soon forget what it’s like to have food in any other way!
This time of day will usually be the hottest (and trust us, American summers can reach up to 35 degrees). You'll get the chance to get out of the sun and rest up before the afternoon’s activities.
The campers will get the opportunity again to do a different set of activities from the morning. This could be anything from water skiing, movie making, dance or archery.
Use your free time to hit the lake for a swim, shoot some hoops or practice for the evening entertainment! There will be time for your campers to get cleaned up and ready for dinner. After a hectic day of activities, you'll be glad when you get a chance to change and prep for the evening's shenanigans.
Every meal at camp will be different, you'll get everything from American classics like corn dogs, sliders and Philly cheese steaks to spaghetti night, which is normally pure chaos.
A lot of camps run special theme weeks, it could be Wild Wild West, Aliens and Cowboys, Mario Kart, Harry Potter or even Superheroes. Or sit back and watch what other groups have prepared for your entertainment. Usually the after dinner activities are with all the kids and will be something to do with the week's theme. Get stuck in, it’ll be a laugh!
These are the true, authentic moments of camp when you can reflect on the day and make delicious s’mores around the fire! There’ll be camp songs and stories for you to get involved in and, if you wanted to, lead them.
Lights Out is staggered depending on how old the kids are, so naturally the younger children go to bed slightly earlier. If you have a night off, you'll be free to chill out with the other staff. Happy days!