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Traditional Camp: Each day, there are two swims (instructional and recreational swim), a lunch period, and five periods filled with fun camp activities.
All-Star: Campers completing SK to Grade 2 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 9 different sports each week along with a daily swim (alternating 3 days of instructional swim and 2 days of recreational swim). Campers completing Grade 3 or higher will participate in 12 different sports. While remaining with their cabin group, the sports programs will offer a mix of skills-based training and competitive team playing against other similarly aged campers. In the mornings, campers will follow their cabin schedules, while every afternoon, each camper will get to choose the sports they want to participate in. Campers participate in a daily swim, alternating 2 days of instructional swim and 3 days of recreational swim).
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.