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A Typical Day at Our Overnight Summer Camp

Camp Cody Team 12/17/2020

Overnight summer camp is an exciting opportunity for kids and teens to learn about independence and uncover their strengths. For kids that have been coming for years, summer camp is a breeze as they’ve already connected with other campers and counselors. Children and teens who have never been to overnight summer camp might have a bit of anxiety which is completely understandable. Being away from home for a while in a new area can seem overwhelming at first, however, overnight summer camps are equipped to handle these very situations.

As a parent, you might be wondering what you and your child can expect at an overnight summer camp. One of the most commonly asked questions is, “What is a typical day like at overnight summer camp?”. If you’ve had this question on your mind, you’ve come to the right place. See what a typical day is like at our overnight summer camp.

Wake Up & Breakfast

After campers wake up and get ready to start their day they’ll head to breakfast where they have access to fresh yogurt and fruit along with a pastry bar, granola, and organic ingredients. Camp Cody also provides a wide-range of vegan and vegetarian dishes and we are a nut-free camp! It’s important for us to keep campers safe and comfortable which is why we accommodate campers with any food allergies.

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Activity Time

Once breakfast is over, campers head out to the first activity of the day. They’ll discuss this with their counselors and learn exactly where to go. Activities can range from waterskiing to volleyball to horseback riding – whatever the camper has chosen! Throughout the day campers will go to their next chosen activity. If campers get hungry they can stop in for some snacks at any time. We have an assortment of snacks and beverages offered around-the-clock.

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Dinner & Relaxation

After a day filled with activities with periods of rest and mingling in between, campers head to dinner to meet up with friends and talk about the day. From here campers are welcome to hang out and head to the bunks to play games and unwind. Of course, some days we add some twists to the days and evenings with camp fires and additional games which help campers bond.

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