Throughout the school year, children are bombarded with staying busy. In addition to a full day of school and an evening of homework, plus extracurricular activities, it's not until their summer break when children can run around and be themselves, feeling relief from the pressure of textbooks and science fair projects. At Long Lake Arts & Adventure Camp, children are given time during the day to have fun and work on their budding social life with new friends.
Campers at Long Lake Camp for the Arts are always able to choose from a variety of daytime activities, like acting, music, dance and sports. Evenings at Long Lake are always filled with exciting events that bring the whole camp together to enjoy relaxing and fun activities during sunsets.
Here is a video of all the fun campers have at Long Lake:
Starting the week off in traditional camp style, Mondays bring together all of Long Lake's campers around a large bonfire singing camp songs and eating perfectly melted s'mores.
On Tuesday evenings, campers will gather at the camp's theater to watch a full length film. Enhancing campers' bonding experience, Wednesday evenings are spent doing “bunk related” activities, bringing friends together to perform in a mix of situations as a bunk. Thursday nights will be spent playing outdoor games that will have campers running around and having a blast, like Apache Relay.
True to the theme of Long Lake Camp for the Arts, Friday night is “Performing Arts Night” where the workshops in drama, dance and circus come together to show their progress, along with premiere films from camp filmmakers.
Your weekend at Long Lake is filled with music. On Saturday, campers will enjoy a live performance from the camp's dancers and rock bands. Then on Sunday night, camp musicians will perform another concert.
Designing their own summer camp experience from start to finish, children at Long Lake Arts & Adventure Camp are guaranteed to have fun every minute of every day.