This elite camp located in the state of Virginia is situated on more than 700 acres of beautiful rolling hills, forests and lakes. The impressive facilities include an 18 hole golf course, an equestrian center large enough to hold 90 horses, lakes and rivers for swimming, fishing, canoeing and kayaking, tennis courts, first-class gymnastics center, swimming pools, and sport facilities for basketball, football, etc., artistic, theatrical and music studios.
- Benefit from cultural immersion with American students
- 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, separated into Junior and Senior Villages
When: July and August (minimum 2 weeks)
Where: Camp 2 hours away from Washington D.C. in the State of Virginia
Lodging: Cabins with American students of the same age
Campers who wish to specialize in a specific sport can do so by participating in the camp’s intensive clinics. These programs offer professional and personalized training three to four hours per day, Monday to Friday. The following sports are available in Sports Clinics: tennis, golf, water-skiing, football, gymnastics, cheerleading and the equestrian program (girls only).
Open to girls ages 10 – 16 who LOVE horses, the equestrian program is designed to provide a fun, safe camp experience involving a full day of horses. From beginners to advanced riders, the equestrian program offers the combination of well instructed English hunt seat ring lessons focusing on the fundamentals of horse and rider, as well as fun with horses, whether playing with them in the river or taking them out on extensive cross – country trails. Program includes also classes in theory and demonstrations by professionals. Care and maintenance of the horse, management of the stables and facilities, jumping form, safety, anatomy and psychology of the horse, first aid, show badges, etc. Students also participate in an Equestrian Show where the participants experience the stress and responsibility that accompany these events. These very popular Shows occur every two weeks and are open to parents and the local community.