Our New Activity Schedule

This summer, our two- and three-week campers will enjoy a slower, more organic pace to the afternoon. Rather than zipping between THREE completely stuffed periods, campers in two- and three-week sessions will take only TWO activities each afternoon.

Whoa. Only two activities?

Yes, only two! We think both our new and returning campers are going to love it. By moving to two activities each afternoon, campers will get to spend more time each day in the activities they love.

We are really excited about it, too. We spent the last year studying our activity program and thinking about how we can strengthen its role in our mission. We built this new afternoon schedule based on lots of feedback from staff, parents, board members, and campers. Our favorite part our study was a focus group we held with a crew of three-weekers. We have some smart, insightful, and hilarious campers!

Here’s how the new two- and three-week afternoon schedule will look. (One-week campers will keep the classic schedule.) Each activity period will gain 10 minutes, so it’s a full hour long. Then, knowing that it takes a while to get from one activity to another, we’ll expand the break time before each activity to 15 minutes.

Check out the schedule below, and then read on for some more updates and answers to some big questions.

One-Week Schedule (Originally all sessions)

  • 2:30 – Rest Hour Ends
  • 2:35 – Activity 1 Begins
  • 3:30 – Activity 2 Begins
  • 4:15 – Snack
  • 4:25 – Activity 3 Begins
  • 5:10 – Free Time
  • 6:00 – Cabin Time
  • 6:20 – Dinner Bell

New Schedule for Two- and Three-week Sessions

  • 2:30 – Rest Hour Ends
  • 2:45 – Activity 1 Begins
  • 3:45 – Snack
  • 4:00 – Activity 2 Begins
  • 5:00 – Free Time
  • 6:00 – Cabin Time
  • 6:20 – Dinner Bell

Campers may have lots of questions. We’ll answer some big ones below. If you’d like more information or have feedback to share, we’d love to hear from you. Is your camper excited about more time in activities? Does a longer Free Time blow their mind? Email