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Road's End Farm Horsemanship Camp

Simply put, Road's End Farm is a small camp that appeals to girls who just love being around horses, caring for them, and riding for enjoyment rather than competition. As an integral part of a working horse farm, the camp provides unlimited exposure to horses and rural life in a picturesque setting. Campers enjoy English pleasure riding and stable chores each morning, waterfront activities and/or arts & crafts each afternoon, and a choice of relaxing pastimes in the evenings. Although well supervised, the camp program is, for the most part, unstructured to ensure a family- like atmosphere, in which each camper counts and, ...

Camp Quinebarge

Since 1936, Camp Quinebarge has provided a safe, fun, welcoming, and exciting environment for boys and girls ages 7-16 to learn about themselves and each other and make everlasting friendships. We achieve these goals by fostering a spirit of growth and exploration.

With activity schedules customized for each camper, and counselors that foster friendships through shared experiences and team building, your child will go home with memories of fun and friendship they will treasure for a lifetime.

Camp Birch Hill

How about a camp that literally covers all it's bases! Birch Hill designs each day around each campers wants and desires. Through our elective program they choose their own great schedule and can modify it at a moments notice. Such individual care is afforded each camper. Special Nightly programs, campfires, socials, overnight camp outs, cookouts, plays, talent nights, cabin skits, carnival and exciting off camp excursions round out an active, challenging and fun packed Birch Hill summer. Fantastic food keeps everybody healthy and happy.

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