A SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE


The younger campers have a structured program that ensures their experience is as diverse as possible, while building in choice periods that ensure they get enough of their favorite sports. Our older campers have an increased number of choice periods allowing a kid who’s really passionate about something to specialize in developing their skills in that particular area. As the campers get older, they have more opportunity to choose areas they wish to focus on. The program includes instructional periods, practices and competitions as well as special events and weekly trips. Our program also incorporates time in the day to let kids enjoy just being kids with time to play.
7:50 am
Reveille

Rise and shine!

8:15 am
Breakfast

In addition to the main course, bagels, eggs, yogurt, and fresh fruit are always available.

8:45 am
Group meeting

Meet with your head counselors to go over the program and goals of the day.

9:00 am
Bunk Cleanup

Campers take a few minutes to tidy up their cabin as a group and their own personal areas.

9:30 am
Period 1 Team sports

Let’s get moving! basketball, lacrosse, hockey, football, volleyball and soccer are all up and running.

10:30 am
Period 2 Individual Sport or Creative Arts

Campers will enjoy activities that they choose from a range including, golf, fishing, outdoor skills, woodworking and much more.

11:30 am
Period 3 Waterfront

Waterfront is one of the most exciting parts of camp. Waterfront is one of the most exciting parts of camp. From waterskiing or boating to swimming or jumping off the high dive, the boys have a blast in our beautiful lake

12:30 pm
Free Play

Campers like to use this time to play ping pong, waterski, or take an extra sports clinic.

1:00 pm
Lunch

Campers eat with their bunkmates and food is served family-style. In addition to the main course, we also offer a pasta bar, soup bar, and salad bar.

1:30 pm
Rest Period

Campers take a break before their afternoon activities start. They can hang out with bunkmates, write letters home or read a book.

2:30 pm
Period 4 Individual Sport or Inter-Camp Competition

A variety of activities ranging from tennis to playing sports against other local camps.

3:30 pm
Milk & Cookies

Rumor has it Cedar Cookies are the best cookies on the East Coast.

3:45 pm
Period 5 Choice Period

Choose any of your favorite Cedar activities.

4:45 pm
Free Swim/Play

5:45 pm
Dinner

Campers eat with their bunkmates and food is served family-style. In addition to the main course, we also offer a pasta bar, soup bar, and salad bar.

6:30 pm
Period 6 Camp games

A fun period where the boys have a more relaxed game from ga-ga to dodgeball to capture the flag.

7:45 pm
Evening Activity

Campfires and pizza league are some of the most favored evening activities. These activities you can only do at CAMP!

9:00 pm
Taps

Time to sing Taps, head back to the bunk, and get ready for bed. You'd be amazed how quickly even the most restless camper goes to sleep after a fun-filled cedar day.

Reveille

7:50 am

Rise and shine!

Breakfast

8:15 am

In addition to the main course, bagels, eggs, yogurt, and fresh fruit are always available.

Group meeting

8:45 am

Meet with your head counselors to go over the program and goals of the day.

Bunk Cleanup

9:00 am

Campers take a few minutes to tidy up their cabin as a group and their own personal areas.

Period 1 Team sports

9:30 am

Let’s get moving! basketball, lacrosse, hockey, football, volleyball and soccer are all up and running.

Period 2 Individual Sport or Creative Arts

10:30 am

Campers will enjoy activities that they choose from a range including, golf, fishing, outdoor skills, woodworking and much more.

Period 3 Waterfront

11:30 am

Waterfront is one of the most exciting parts of camp. Waterfront is one of the most exciting parts of camp. From waterskiing or boating to swimming or jumping off the high dive, the boys have a blast in our beautiful lake

Free Play

12:30 pm

Campers like to use this time to play ping pong, waterski, or take an extra sports clinic.

Lunch

1:00 pm

Campers eat with their bunkmates and food is served family-style. In addition to the main course, we also offer a pasta bar, soup bar, and salad bar.

Rest Period

1:30 pm

Campers take a break before their afternoon activities start. They can hang out with bunkmates, write letters home or read a book.

Period 4 Individual Sport or Inter-Camp Competition

2:30 pm

A variety of activities ranging from tennis to playing sports against other local camps.

Milk & Cookies

3:30 pm

Rumor has it Cedar Cookies are the best cookies on the East Coast.

Period 5 Choice Period

3:45 pm

Choose any of your favorite Cedar activities.

Free Swim/Play

4:45 pm

Dinner

5:45 pm

Campers eat with their bunkmates and food is served family-style. In addition to the main course, we also offer a pasta bar, soup bar, and salad bar.

Period 6 Camp games

6:30 pm

A fun period where the boys have a more relaxed game from ga-ga to dodgeball to capture the flag.

Evening Activity

7:45 pm

Campfires and pizza league are some of the most favored evening activities. These activities you can only do at CAMP!

Taps

9:00 pm

Time to sing Taps, head back to the bunk, and get ready for bed. You'd be amazed how quickly even the most restless camper goes to sleep after a fun-filled cedar day.