Traditional Camps

 Traditional camp programs are available to boys and girls Age 3 through Grade 9 (grade completed 2016/2017 school year). These campers are placed in age appropriate groups called “Villages”. This allows our staff to provide programs which best meet the children’s interest and needs. All groups will take part in arts & crafts, nature activities, sports, and swimming, among many other activities.

Tee-Pee Village (Pre-Kindergarten ages 3-5)

Our caring counselors will guide your preschooler through exciting traditional camp activities including nature activities, songs, games, arts & crafts, and beginner water skills in the shallow end of the pool under the supervision of lifeguards and counselors. There is no sleep-over for Tee-Pees. This program is for campers who have not yet gone to school.


Full Day Tee-Pee: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • (AM & PM bus transportation available)
  • Offered Sessions 1-5
  • Fees: Full Member $ 304  Program Member $354
  • $100 deposit for sessions 1 - 5
  • $25 one time Camp Improvement Fee

Half Day Tee-Pee: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • (AM bus transportation only)
  • Offered Sessions 1-5
  • Fees: Full Member $155  Program Member $180
  • $100 deposit for session 1 - 5
  • $25 one time Camp Improvement Fee

Pioneer Village (Completed Kindergarten)

Primary School-aged children take part in traditional camp activities including nature activities, songs, games, arts & crafts, and swimming, as well as participating in family night festivities.

  • Offered Sessions 1-5
  • Fees: Full Member $304  Program Member $354
  • $100 deposit for sessions 1– 5
  • $25 one time Camp Improvement Fee

Discoverer Village (Completed Gr.1 & 2)

Campers will be able to choose from a variety of traditional camp activities including nature activities, songs, games, arts & crafts, swimming, Pigsy Peak and the C.A.T., our high element tower.

  • Offered Sessions 1-5
  • Fees: Full Member $304  Program Member $354
  • $100 deposit for sessions 1 -5
  • $25 one time Camp Improvement Fee

Explorer Village (Completed Gr. 3, 4, & 5)

This adventurous program has an atmosphere of fun and excitement. Campers may choose nature activities, games, arts & crafts, swimming, archery, and the use of Pigsy Peak and the C.A.T., our high element tower.

  • Offered Sessions 1-5
  • Fees: Full Member $304  Program Member $354
  • $100 deposit for sessions 1-5
  • $25 one time Camp Improvement Fee

Adventurer Village (Completed Gr. 6 & 7)

Exciting traditional camp activities and well planned individual and group activities makes this village unique. Campers may choose from several activity options including games, arts & crafts, swimming, nature activities, archery, canoeing, and the use of Pigsy Peak and The CAT, our high element tower.

  • Offered Sessions 1-5
  • Fees: Full Member $304  Program Member $354
  • $100 deposit for sessions 1-5
  • $25 one time Camp Improvement Fee

Navigator Village (Completed Gr. 8 & 9)

This Village is for campers who have completed 8th grade and 9th graders who do not want to become a C.I.T. yet. Exciting traditional camp activities and well planned individual and group activities makes this village unique for our oldest campers. They may choose from several different activity options. Additional activities include archery, as well as the use of Pigsy Peak and the C.A.T., our high element tower.

  • Offered Sessions 1-5
  • Fees: Full Member $304  Program Member $354
  • $100 deposit for sessions 1-5
  • $25 one time Camp Improvement Fee

Counselor In Training (C.I.T.) Program (Completed grades 9 and 10)

In this 10 week program these teens will learn a variety of skills that will enhance their ability to successfully work with younger children throughout the camp day, as well as develop the skills needed to become a counselor at Mountain Mist. The CITS take a group trip each summer.

  • Program starts on June 19, 2017.
  • CIT Camp Fees Full Member $674  Program Member $736

Congratulations to the 2016 Steve Pesta C.I.T. Award of Excellence Winner Austin Pasinski.

 

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