When you think of kids summer camps you think of fun activities. It might be a camp out under the stars, splashing into the lake, or weaving your first lanyard? For a camp like Rockbrook, kids have the chance to try new things that they may not get to do at home, such as rock climbing, pottery or horseback riding. All of our camp activities take place in a noncompetitive environment encouraging everyone to do their best all without the added fear of failure.
The program is designed to enhance each camper’s sense of self by creating opportunities for success. Kids summer camps offer the chance to stretch limits, while being supported and supervised by well-trained staff. This is a main benefit for kids when they attend summer camp, and it is something we hold central in our philosophy.
Rockbrook summer camps provide almost 30 different activities for kids. They can be divided into four different general categories—
The Creativity-based activities include: Drama, Nature Discovery, Dance, Curosty (basket weaving, loom weaving, knitting), Jewelry Making, Hobby Nook (sewing, leather working, candle and soap making), Painting and Drawing, Hodge Podge (tie dying, fabric painting, misc. decorations), Pottery (wheel-thrown, hand-built), Scrapbook Paper Crafts, and Woodworking.
The Equestrian-related activities include mounted horseback riding lessons, equestrian skills, and our stable club.
What if it's not summer?!
If you love the activities we have at camp, here’s a list of camp activities you can do at home!
Enjoy a little camp spirit all year long!