On the path to the Alpine Tower after Riflery, a pause in the action for a quick pic, and a chance to show off their riflery targets.
Be sure to check out our updated travel page to see if we’ll be presenting a slide show, hosting a pottery painting or beading party, or attending a camp fair in your area.
We’re looking forward to seeing old campers, reminiscing about camp, and talking with others interested in learning about Rockbrook.
Check out the schedule and let us know if you’d like to attend one of the events. See you there!
“Rockbrook is the best camp ever. We do lots of activities. Archery is my favorite. I like the feel of the bow in your hand as you are about to release the arrow. I like the sound of the arrow as it hits the target. I like the feeling knowing you have hit the target with a perfect shot. I love everything about archery. It is my favorite sport!”
— Larkin J., camper ’05
When I think of Rockbrook,
I think of friends
and a place where fun never ends.
I think of
Granny Bingo and Miss RBC
and tiny cabins surrounded by big, tall trees.
I think of
auction night and all kinds of prizes
and I think of the songs and Rockbrook surprises.
I always get sad when I have to pack,
but then I remember I will always come back.
— Morgan M., camper 2004
We had a great time at the Rockbrook Party at Margaret Legerton’s house in Mt. Pleasant, SC. We loved seeing Margaret and her family as well as Gwyneth and Emma Bradley, Catherine, Avery and Ella Saunders, Kaetlin and Makenzie Collins, Beth, Paula and Sammy Kramer and Henley and Emily Ball! What a great turnout. Margaret Lyle, Camine and Leah had such fun catching up with everyone and sharing lots of great camp stories.
We had a great time at our High Point, NC camp party at the home of Marston and Hannah Council. The girls were super Rockbrook representatives, sharing camp stories with all of their friends. We enjoyed watching the slides from this past summer, eating pizza and a Rockbrook cake, and playing Karaoke Revolution. There sure were some good singers in the group. Maybe we need to add a big Karaoke party to the camp schedule this summer.
All of the girls enjoyed learning more about RBC and loved hearing Hannah and Marston’s stories from this past summer. Hopefully some of them will be able to join us next summer. Thanks to Hannah and Marston and their family for making us feel so welcome and hosting such a super party. We had a blast!
Wow- what a great turn out we had at the Columbia South Carolina Rockbrook party. We had over 25 girls in attendance! Margaret Lyle, Camine and Alex enjoyed getting to see everyone and painting some super cool pottery! Thanks to all of you who could come- we had a blast.
I was another amazing gathering of camp girls (old and new), moms, alumni and other interested folks from Columbia. Rockbrook has a long history of families from South Carolina attending Rockbrook, going back to the 40s when Ellen Jervey was the the director when Mrs. Carrier still owned the camp.
Mrs. Carrier, who was born Nancy Barnum Clarke, was originally from a town not far from Columbia, South Carolina, near the Wateree River. Her father and mother owned the Goodwill plantation, where she was born. In fact, the two histroic cabins on the camp property, Curosty and Goodwill were originally erected on that plantation, disassembled and moved up to Rockbrook when the camp was established in NC.
The roots of Rockbrook grow deep in South Carolina!