What is the structure of a typical camp day?

By March 19, 2015

What is the structure of a typical camp day?

Traditional Camp: Each day, there are two swims (instructional and recreational swim), a lunch period, and five periods filled with fun camp activities. MyCamp: There are five activity periods during the day, lunch and a recreational swim. All-Star: Campers completing SK and Grade 1 experience many of the different sports that All-Star has to offer.  Similar to Traditional Camp, every cabin will receive a schedule of sports only, which includes participating in up to 10 different sports each week along with a recreational swim daily.  Campers completing Grade 2 or higher choose one major sport to participate in during the morning, followed by lunch and then two minor sports each afternoon. Campers participate in a recreational swim daily. Cedar Creek: Riders have approximately one hour of an English riding lesson in the morning, one hour of an English riding lesson in the afternoon, stable management, lunch, recreational swim and a craft/sport/drama/co-operative game activity each day.