DATES & RATES


2018 Brochure - COMING SOON!


CIT (Counselor in Training) Program (July 1-13, 2018)

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Ages 16-17 ($675)

A two-week training to prepare our next generation of camp leaders. Accepted participants will learn and practice the skills needed to work at camp with both our traditional school aged campers and our adult campers with developmental disabilities. There will also be a 2 night out of camp trip. 

 


Session One: Holidays (July 1-6, 2018)

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Pine Camp: Ages 30 -55 ($575) 

Experience all of the fun of camp while celebrating a year of holidays in one week: Christmas, Valentine's Day, Halloween, Easter, 4th of July.  Plus enjoy all of the traditional camp activities like swimming, boating, sports, crafts, ice-cream making, tie-dye, cookouts, and more!


Session Two: Water Fun (July 8-13, 2018)

 

A week of all things water!  We will be spending most of our time at camp swimming, playing water games, boating, slipping and sliding.  Traditional Campers aged 6-10 will be taught swim lessons by a WSI Instructor. Plus enjoy all of the "land" activities as well like sports, crafts, ice-cream making, tie-dye, cookouts, campfires, and more!

Traditional Camp: Ages 9-12 ($450) 
Pine Camp: Ages 21-49 ($575)

Pioneer Camp: Ages 6-8 ($180)
Session A: Sunday-Tuesday
Session B: Wednesday-Friday 

Pioneer Camp is a special introductory camp for our youngest campers.  This condensed two-night version of camp is a great way for campers to "try out" sleep away camp.


Confirmation Camp: Ages 12-16 ($300)

Confirmation in one week!  This week will be filled with daily opportunities to grow in knowledge and faith as together we explore the basics of discipleship and membership in the Presbyterian (USA) church.  Each day will feature a different focus (Bible, Mission, Worship, Faith Sharing, Stewardship).  The primary leadership for the week will come from Rev. Colin Pritchard from the First Presbyterian Church in Victor, but many days will also feature guest ministry leaders from around Upstate NY.  Our free time and meals will be shared with the Camp Whitman community.  At the end of the week, each young person will have the opportunity to discuss with their home church leadership if they would like to be confirmed as a full member of their PCUSA church.

Program Flyer - Coming Soon!

Note: This should be a great experience as well as an intensive one.  This week will be different from other camp offerings and is intended specifically for youth seriously pursuing an exploration of the Christian faith and their membership in the Presbyterian church.


Session Three: More Water Fun! (July 15-20, 2018)

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A week of all things water!  We will be spending most of our time at camp swimming, playing water games, boating, slipping and sliding.  Traditional Campers aged 6-10 will be taught swim lessons by a WSI Instructor. Plus enjoy all of the "land" activities as well like sports, crafts, ice-cream making, tie-dye, cookouts, campfires, and more!

Traditional Camp: Ages 9-12 ($450) 
Pine Camp: Ages 12-20 ($575)
Pine Camp: Ages 30-49 ($575)

Pioneer Camp: Ages 6-8 ($180)
Session A: Sunday-Tuesday
Session B: Wednesday-Friday 

Pioneer Camp is a special introductory camp for our youngest campers.  This condensed two-night version of camp is a great way for campers to "try out" sleep away camp.


Two-Week Teen Session (July 22-August 3, 2018)

Traditional Camp: Ages 13-15 ($725)

A new DOUBLE session for our teen campers.  Begin your 2-week session with Outdoor Adventures week and continue your time at camp through Night Owl week.  The session will be inclusive of the weekend between session and will include 2 night out of camp trip. 

There is limited space for just 10 campers for this session. 


Session Four: Outdoor Adventures (July 22-27, 2018)

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Traditional Camp: Ages 9-12 ($450)
Pine Camp: Ages 12- 20 ($575) 
Pine Camp: Ages 30 - 49 ($575)

This week we will spend extra time outdoors - hiking, boating, building campfires, cooking outside and sleeping out under the stars.  Traditional Campers aged 11+  will choose between a hike in Watkins Glen State Park or participating in an overnight bike trip to Penn Yan. 

Pioneer Camp: Ages 6-8 ($180)
Session A: Sunday-Tuesday  
Session B: Wednesday-Friday

Pioneer Camp is a special introductory camp for our youngest campers.  This condensed two-night version of camp is a great way for campers to "try out" sleep away camp.


Session Five: Owl Camp (July 29-August 3, 2018)

Traditional Camp: Ages 11-15 ($450)
Pine Camp: Ages 21 - 49 ($575)

A long-time favorite!  Traditional Campers aged 11 & 12 will work together to solve a week-long mystery, stay up late, sleep in and cook a late campfire breakfast each morning. Traditional Campers aged 13 - 16 will stay up even later, cooking a late night snack over the campfire and sleep in every morning beginning their day with lunch. Night-time focused activities will include flashlight tag, glow-in-the-dark ultimate frisbee, stargazing and night hikes.  Plus enjoy all of the daytime fun Camp Whitman has to offer like swimming, boating, sports, crafts and more!

Bedtimes and activities will vary by age.

Mission Trip Base Camp #1: Ages 13-18
Youth & Chaperones - $300

A program especially for Youth Groups.  Each day youth and chaperones will volunteer at an area work site (projects may include painting, cleaning, gardening, etc.) and return to camp each afternoon for swimming, games, dinner and campfire worship time.  All meals are included.  Groups must provide their own chaperones (minimum 1 chaperone per 8 youth is required) and transportation/insurance.

Program Flyer - Coming Soon!


Session Six: Helping Hands Week (August 5-10, 2018)

Senior Pine Camp: Ages 50-65 ($575)

A NEW program for our oldest campers with developmental disabilities.  Campers will receive additional support with a 2 to 1 camper to staff ratio and specially adapted programs.

 

 

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Mission Trip Base Camp #2: Ages 13-18
Youth & Chaperones - $300

A program especially for Youth Groups.  Each day youth and chaperones will volunteer at an area work site (projects may include painting, cleaning, gardening, etc.) and return to camp each afternoon for swimming, games, dinner and campfire worship time.  All meals are included.  Groups must provide their own chaperones (minimum 1 chaperone per 8 youth is required) and transportation/insurance.

Program Flyer - Coming Soon!