The Dining Hall at camp is a lively, exciting place where the campers sit with friends from their cabin to eat their meals. The Dining Hall is air-conditioned and has two bathrooms for campers to wash up after the day's busy activities. This is a great time for campers to socialize with others from their cabin to see what fun and exciting activities they have been involved with. After the noon meal, the "Cabin of the Day" leads the group in a fun camp song and announcements are made about the evening activities as well as the theme of the day. Our meals are served buffet style with lots of food choices and campers can eat as much as they want. Staff eat at the table with the campers and they supervise the portions to make sure campers are not taking more than they will be able to eat and to help them if they have trouble serving themselves or heating something in the microwave.
Breakfast – offers a variety of cereals, fruit, juice, milk, yogurt and a hot entrée, including things like pancakes and bacon, quiche, biscuits and gravy, breakfast burritos, and breakfast sandwiches.
Lunch – is usually light with sandwiches, both hot and cold, fruit, chips, and drinks.
Dinner – is everyone's favorite with meals including fried chicken, lasagna, homemade pizza, fresh smoked BBQ, General Tso’s chicken and stir-fry, taco bar, spaghetti, cheese tortellini, and more. A salad bar is available with every dinner.
We have found that even the pickiest of eaters can find something they like at every meal. Fresh fruit and bread are available at every meal. Campers may choose to have cereal, macaroni and cheese, peanut butter and jelly or a cheese sandwich at any meal. We also have chocolate milk, 2% milk, 3 types of Kool-aid and a variety of fruit juices available at all meals.
SPECIAL DIETS: We welcome campers with all food preferences and requirements, however, we are not able to make special meals. If a camper will need special food such as soy milk or meat substitutes, they will need to bring it from home or deposit money with our camp store and we will be happy to buy the food from our local grocery. All food brought from home should be clearly labeled with the camper's name and cabin. Parents may not send food substitutions simply because their child doesn’t like what we are serving. Camp serves a wide variety of foods and campers are usually able to find foods they like. We have several kinds of fresh fruit, bread, bagels, peanut butter and jelly and breakfast cereals available at all meals.