- Provide a cultural immersion environment with American teens
- Improve oral skills and language comprehension
- Practice a wide range of sports, plastic, visual and performing arts
- Gain a better understanding of the American Camp culture
Who: Students between 10 and 16 years of age
When: July and August (minimum 3 weeks)
Where: Camps 2.5 hours from Boston and New York City
Lodging: Cabins with American students of the same age
Nestled in 1,000 acres of the Berkshire Mountains, surrounded by conservation forest and centered on a pristine, private, ninety acre lake, this camp enjoys a truly magnificent location. Campers learn to act as stewards not only of the camp’s natural setting, but of the global environment in which they live
Modern log buildings provide comfortable sleeping, eating and indoor play space. Accommodations include cabins-simple wooden cabins with separate shared bath facilities, most accommodate 12 campers; bunk cabins– heated building with indoor bathrooms; and lodges – Bear Rock Lodge or New Horizons Lodge.
Sailing, swimming, fishing, rowing, canoeing, kayaking and water play of all kinds rounds out the experience. This great camp offers over 1,000 acres of hiking trails, biking, fields for sports and games, climbing towers, ropes, arts & crafts. A typical day camp begins at 8:45am with the campers arriving, with two activities in the morning, lunch at noon, and two activities in the afternoon. Campers leave at 5:00pm. Activities for both day and residential camp include Team Sports, Fishing, Archery, Row Boating, Camp Craft, Kayaking, Canoeing, Outdoor Cooking, Nature Exploration, Drama, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Climbing and much more.