Another summer has come and gone. Thank you to the crew for being such fantastic role models. Thank you to the campers for embracing "The Top 8 Skills". Thank you to the parents for allowing your family to become part of our camp family. CHEERS!
We are proud of our very own Dynamic Leadership and Counselor in Training Camps - and for 2018 we will be evolving these programs to focus on the foundation of excellence, service and self-discovery. We are excited to have Len Gray heading up the character development curriculum - Our Top 8 Skills For The Game of Life. We aim to continue to motivate and assist teens in achieving their goals, and finding their fit!
Leadership - Age 14 & 15
Counselor in Training - Age 16 & 17 (prerequisite Leadership)
In this mentoring program we want to build strong young adults who are confident and competent through a combination of leadership, peer support, and sports training. Dynamic Leadership and Counselor in Training are prerequisites for all candidates interested in becoming camp counselors.
Space is limited to 12 campers in each program! Two, 2-week LIT and CIT options are available, this special requests can be made with Kim's approval. To be considered for this program contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Celeste had an amazing experience and had only good and great things to say. Thanks for teaching her to water-ski, she had the best time ever. She still brags to her friends about her “summer camp.”
My daughter LOVES this camp! She loves to skate and the skating aspect is exceptional. Adam and Kim treat all the campers like family - in fact they take great pride in making this camp like a family.
— S. Dunford from DRSC
David stayed for 1 week last year and wants to go for two this year! He loved the camp and his experience.
Our boys just came back from weeks 3 and 4 and they loved it! Second year in a row they haven't even unpacked and want to go back next year for 4 weeks. Great programs, counsellors and they've made friends from all over. Thank you for providing a wonderful experience for them.
— Simon Rego