A Day in the Life
The Big Bell is used for wake-up and gathering at the benches
Flag Raising on Ball field
Typical full breakfasts may include:
First Activity Period Begins
Camp provides two nutritious snacks each day:
- Trail Mix
Second Activity Period Begins
Some activities such as Challenge, Canoeing, Waterskiing, and Hiking require two periods and will bring snack with them.
Re-Group, Free time, & Clean Up for Lunch
Campers will re-group with their counselor and cabin mates at their designated meeting spots before heading back to the cabin. During free time campers can play games, ride the Bucking Barrel, visit the Library, prepare cheers and skits, and get cleaned up for meals. The Clean Up Bell lets everyone know it's time to get ready for the meal.
Lunches at camp can include:
- Grilled Cheese
- Chicken Sandwiches
At the end of lunch there is time for announcements and counselors lead camp songs
Every afternoon following lunch is Siesta. Campers and counselors retire to their cabins (or hammocks as a special treat) to rest, write letters home, and read.
Third Activity Period Begins
Fourth Activity Period Begins
Re-Group, Free time, & Clean Up for Dinner
Flag lowering on Ball field
Friendly Pines Camp serves wonderful dinners like:
- Roast Beef
- Homemade Rolls
- Plenty of Veggies
- Homemade Dessert
Some of our various evening activities include Games on the Meadow, Upper Village Picnic, Carnival, Rendezvous, Talent Show, Round Dance
Retire to Cabins & Get Ready for Bed
You'll need plenty of sleep before you do it all again tomorrow!