Yesterday was trip day and here is the scoop!
The Frosh spent the day at pioneering. Besides playing games like bocce ball, and corn hole, They were relaxing on rafts and floats, swimming in a private lagoon etc. They enjoyed a bbq dinner they prepare themselves at their private campfires with s’mores included obviously! The day would not be compete without camping out on our state of the art platforms and tents!
The Soph’s spent the day in Cooperstown enjoying The National Baseball Hall Of Fame! Located on Main Street in the heart of picturesque Cooperstown, New York, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is one of the country’s most popular destinations and is surely the best-known sports shrine in the world. Standing as a three-story red brick building on Main Street, the Museum opened its doors for the first time on June 12, 1939. A visit to the Hall of Fame is a journey through the past and a chance for our campers to relive baseball’s greatest players and moments that made the game what it is today!
The Juniors stayed on camp busy with Inter-collegiates and enjoying the boys camp beach. It was certainly a beautiful day to do so!
The Seniors had a SPLASH at The Enchanted Forest! I am sure of the 32 water rides they definitely picked the ones with the biggest drops and longest slides!
Evening activity was capture the flag. While that is definitely not my forte I could tell the boys were having an awesome time chasing each other around camp!