Daily Schedule

A Day At Camp

No day at our summer camp is the same as another. However, we follow a general schedule for each day.

Typical day at the camp consists of:

  • 2 sports sessions (kids have to choose 1 out of 3-4 activities), or 1 sport and 1 Leadership session
  • 1 craft session
  • 1 art/dance/show session or themed event (for instance, theater performance, fashion show, treasure hunting, etc.)
  • 2 swimming sessions (before and after lunch)

For the evening, there is a planned program every night that alternates between big Camp Special Events, shows, movies, disco, campfires with marshmallow roasting, night trip and game nights.

Each day at camp is packed full of activities! The staff will encourage children to participate in activities that they believe is the best fit for each camper’s personality.

Meals Plan

We eat 5 times a day, a menu like home. Three nutritional meals plus an afternoon and evening snacks are provided daily. Each meal is prepared with fresh ingredients. Drinking water is readily available throughout the campsite and its quality has been approved by the government.

For Breakfast, we usually serve pancakes/sandwich/hotdogs/scrambled eggs with bacon/cereals; fruits, dessert (cookies/wafers/muffin), and hot beverages. Oatmeal is offered almost every day as a healthy alternative or as extra.

Lunch includes a bowl of homemade soup, a main course like mashed potatoes/fries/rice/pasta, and sausages/chicken nuggets/whole meat/hamburgers served always with fresh vegetables or pickles; dessert (cookies/sweets/wafers), and soft drinks.

Afternoon snack might consist of cinnamon rolls/donuts/grain bar/ice cream, and fruits/juice/iced tea.

Dinner is the main course like pilau /pierogies/grilled sandwich/hotdog served always with grilled or fresh vegetables, and dessert with soft drinks or hot beverages.

Evening snack may include grain or chocolate bar/popcorn/fruits/biscuits. Roasted corn/baked potatoes/marshmallows are served for special occasions.

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