Meals are an important time at camp! It's a great time to recharge and catch up with friends. Each cabin has a designated table in our dining hall with enough seating for all campers and four counselors to sit comfortably. We enjoy playing music during the meals to keep the mood lively while we eat!
Each meal of the week is different, allowing variety in our camper's choices.
Breakfast – Some of our typical camp breakfast entree's include pancakes, bacon, quiche, biscuits and gravy, breakfast burritos, and breakfast sandwiches.
Lunch – With a variety of cold and hot options, lunch can typically be a hamburger and fries, potato and tuna salads, or ravioli!
Dinner – Our dinner's include meals like homemade pizza, stir-fry, tacos, and spaghetti.
We have found that even the pickiest of eaters can find something they like at every meal. Each meal, campers have the option to eat alternatives in case they don't prefer what is being served. Fresh fruit, cereal, bagels and cream cheese, PB&J, Ramen, and mac n cheese are offered for campers who wish to not eat what's being served. At both lunch and dinner, an expansive salad bar is available for campers.
Our Dining Hall was built over two years and had its first summer in 2016. It was important to us that we had a dining space that could seat and accommodate all campers, counselors, and camp staff in one meal shift. In our dining hall, we have some special guests… LEMURS! Enclosed in a large, windowed, and 🙂 smell-proof enclosure, some of our favorite camp animals joins us for meals everyday! They enjoy watching us as much as we enjoy watching them.
We welcome campers with all food preferences and requirements! Prior to your camp session, you may contact our office to discuss a plan of action for your camper. In the case that you have a camper who has special dietary needs consider the following:
- If a camper should need to know what ingredients are in a meal, they always have access to the ingredients and to the kitchen staff for help. Their cabin counselors are also in line with them at meal times, so they are able to help them ask the necessary questions regarding the meals. In avoiding certain foods, this is a common practice for our campers.
- Some parents choose to send their camper to camp with special foods for their stay at camp. This is typically special milks for cereal, meat-less entree's, or nut-free options. These foods will be stored in our kitchen, so that no one other than your camper and the kitchen manager is able to access them. These items should be clearly marked with your camper's name and cabin.
- We also have special dietary foods in our gift shop available for purchase!