rising 8th-10th graders
Our Pathfinder trips are our most popular trips, as they allow campers to venture a bit farther and longer from home, and to sample a wide range of adventure activities including sailing, zip lining, high ropes, and hiking. Following a week of traditional day camp and team building, campers set out on a three-day, two night trip that allows them to use their outdoor skills and deepen new friendships in some of the most beautiful settings in the Northeast.
Pathfinder campers will have the opportunity to attend a field trip to the Durland Scout Center on the Fridays of weeks 1, 3, 5 & 7. The Durland Permission slip is found in the Adventure Bound Packet your camper will need to complete before attending. While at the Durland Scout Center they will have the opportunity to swim in the lake and boat.
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trip options, including several opportunities:
Activities: Fishing, Swimming, Paddling
We’ll enjoy a quiet and relaxing 4th of July away on the Brandywine camp ground. Campers will catch fish at the onsite pond and take a dip in the onsite pool. Just a hop, skip, and jump away on Marsh Creek, campers will test their balance skills and work as a team to move their Starship Starboards, take a spin on the pontoon boat, and finish the day paddle boating.
Activities: Crabbing, Hiking, Swimming
Spend 3 days and 2 nights on the shores of Maryland at the Chesapeake Bay, crabbing in the waters, swimming on the shores, visiting the nature center, and hiking the trails throughout the Sandy Point Park, this trip is sure to quench that thirst for a coastal bayside summer.
Conn. Zip & Splash
Activities: High Ropes, Hiking, Swimming
Take to the treetops and climb, zip and swing your way back down to earth in a three day excursion to Connecticut’s most beautiful woodlands and waterfalls. We’ll work our way through the 11 aerial trails, 21 Ziplines, and almost 161 challenge bridges of New England’s largest climbing park. Campers will admire the towering waterfalls of Enders State Forest before cooling off with a swim in the crystal clear pools that they create.
Lake George Sailing
Activities: Sailing, Hiking
Once described by Thomas Jefferson as, “The most beautiful water I ever saw.” Lake George is famous for its crystal clear water surrounded by a dramatic landscape. In conjunction with Camp Chingachgook YMCA this three day sailing trip will explore the beautiful islands and coast of Lake George. Learn the art of navigation, wind reading, knot tying and get the ride of a lifetime on these 24 foot vessels.
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