There are three class periods during the morning. Girls choose from a wide variety of activities including archery, canoeing, sailing, swimming, diving, crafts, hiking, outdoor living skills (OLS), and horseback riding. For older girls who have completed the 7th grade, we offer a backpacking class called Extreme OLS (outdoor living skills) and a team-building and ropes course class during 2-week sessions. Some years, members of the staff teach classes that reflect their interests and expertise like hiking, photography, drama, tennis, team games, sewing, and nature crafts.
The afternoon begins after lunch with a rest hour, when campers and staff can rejuvenate. During this time, the campers read and write letters, take short naps, or work on quiet projects in the unit.