SPRING BREAK DAY CAMP
AGES 6 TO 12
SPRING BREAK CAMP
AGES 6 - 14
Spring Break Camp offers an "unplugged" winter experience in the great outdoors! Blue Lake Camp is the perfect setting for unique winter programming that is fun, develops lifelong skills, and helps campers see the best in the themselves and others. Blue Lake is one of a kind in our region providing traditional camp programs with special activities related to winter recreation. Activities include skating, broom ball, nature hikes, snow studies, camp fires, NEW low ropes course, and more. Program fees include meals, accommodation, programming and 24 hour supervision. Register below!
WINTER OUTDOOR YOUTH LEADERSHIP
MARCH 25 - March 31, 2018
AGES 14 - 18
How do you plan to spend your Spring Break? Become part of a tightly knit team of outdoor leaders while you develop your outdoor skills and leadership style on an exciting winter wilderness adventure! During this 7-day program, you’ll be challenged to develop a valuable toolkit of leadership and survival skills while having a blast camping, snowshoeing and exploring the back-country. With the help of our fun and energetic program facilitators, participants will receive training in winter back country skills, trip preparation, winter camping, snow shelter building, snow structure, risk management, and snowshoeing while developing practical leadership skills. No previous experience necessary! Program fees include meals, accommodation, programming and 24 hour supervision.
Camp is an active place and full bellies are important to help keep energy levels high! With this in mind, Blue Lake Camp offers delicious, nutritious, filling meals with vegetarian options. Campers receive three meals a day in addition to an evening snack with hot chocolate. Fruit is available all day for campers needing something extra. Nut products are not permitted at Blue Lake Camp. With advance notice, we are able to accommodate some special diets.
Our cozy log cabins are equipped with bunk beds, hypoallergenic/water proof mattresses, wood stoves, and safety equipment. Each cabin is assigned counselors who will provide 24-hour supervision. Cabins are set up in a dormitory style. This gives campers lots of opportunity to tell stories and share activities from throughout the day. The wash house is equipped with sinks, flush toilets, private showers, hot water, and a change area with storage cubbies.
We provide a low camper to leader ratio and our highly trained staff provide leadership, positive role modeling, and ensure the safety of campers. Our team includes first aid staff and certified national life guards.
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