Friday night you can hang out at your campsite, join in the popcorn bar, and check out the movie offering in the dining pavilion.
Saturday morning features the highlight of the weekend: a three to four-hour rafting trip down the scenic Lehigh River. A great introduction to whitewater rafting, the class I-II rapids are fun for first-timers and veterans alike. You’ll enjoy real rapids, test your paddling skills, and even get to jump out and take a swim. [See photos]
The rafting trip is appropriate for everyone aged 7 years and up. Trained guides accompany each rafting group, provide safety oversight, and help distribute lunch along the river. A list of gear is included in your registration packet; wet suits can be rented onsite, and river shoes and other wet gear are available for purchase in the camp store.
For those more experienced in the ways of the river, we offer an opportunity for girls aged 14 and up to swap out rafting for a kayak clinic. Learn all you need to know to stay safe and have fun in an inflatable 2-person kayak "duckie," then put your skills to the test for a 3-hour trip down the river. The kayak clinic is limited to 30 total participants and increases your weekend package to $105 per person.
Once you return from the river on Saturday you’ll have the opportunity to brush up your outdoor skills like fire building, knot tying, edible plants, and survival first aid. Every year features new and exciting crafts to work on with your Guy. The volleyball courts, gem panning, geocaching, and paintball will be open, too. Archery returns this year for girls who are 10 years and older, along with the egg toss competition. Anyone wishing to participate in the egg toss must bring a non-perishable food item to donate to a local food bank. After dinner you can get up close and personal with wildlife at the nature program, get your groove on at the DJ dance, and enjoy s’mores at the group bonfire.
All meals on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday are included in your package. You are welcome to eat dinner on Friday before you arrive, or cook your own over your campsite fire. Breakfasts and dinner are served cafeteria-style in the dining pavilion; Saturday lunch is packed to travel with you, and is eaten riverside.