Activities

Each camper will participate in an assortment of fun, educational, and adventurous activities around our property. Activities will vary based on the age of the group. See below for age specific activities:

Lil’ Sprouts (4-6 years):
All activities will be centered around a fun theme for that week!
– Climbing on our brand new mini rock wall
– nature studies, farm education and animal interaction
– arts and crafts
– water play in our lakes & sprinkler time
– small forest area exploration and play time
– outdoor games and group activities

Youth Campers (2nd-3rd grade):
– High ropes course (wire bridges only)
– low ropes course elements and team-building activities
– swimming in our roped off and lifeguarded lakes
– nature hikes
– paddling in open top “FunYaks”
– sports activities
– arts and crafts
– fishing
– forest fort building
– group games (GaGa, Survival, Capture the Flag), and more!

Intermediate Campers (4th-5th grade):
– High ropes course (wire bridges, rock climbing, climbing elements, Miller Zip n’ Dip)
– low ropes course elements and team-building activities
– swimming in our roped off and lifeguarded lakes
– nature hikes
– canoeing in open top “FunYaks”
– sports
– arts and crafts
– fishing
– forest fort building
– group games (GaGa, Survival, Capture the Flag)
– other elective activities that will change from week to week.

Junior Campers (6th-7th grade):
– High ropes course (wire bridges, rock climbing, aerial obstacle courses, climbing elements, zip lines and zip n’ dips)
– low ropes course elements and team-building activities
– swimming in our roped off and lifeguarded lakes
– nature hikes
– canoeing
– archery
– sports
– arts and crafts
– fishing
– forest fort building
– group games (GaGa, Survival, Capture the Flag)
– other elective activities that will change from week to week.

Senior Campers (8th grade- age 17):
– Advanced high ropes course (wire bridges, rock climbing, aerial obstacle courses, climbing elements, zip lines and zip n’ dips)
– low ropes course elements and team-building activities
– swimming
– nature hikes
– canoeing
– archery
– sports
– arts and crafts
– fishing
– group games (GaGa, Survival, Capture the Flag)
– other elective activities that will change from week to week.

All Senior campers will travel off site one day out of the week to experience adventure programming, including rock-climbing, hiking, etc. Senior campers will also have the opportunity to camp out Thursday evening on property. The camp-out will include an evening activity, campfire games and songs, s’mores, and tent camping. Genesee Valley provides tents and meals (dinner Thursday and breakfast on Friday).