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trips

In addition to all of the fun activities at camp, we offer many out-of-camp trips. These trips are designed to help our campers appreciate being outdoors and to allow them the opportunity to demonstrate many of the skills they learn at camp in some of the most beautiful locations in the Southeast.

These trips are for Two Week campers and are determined by grade. There is no additional cost for the trips as it is included in the camp fee.

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Rock Climbing at DeSoto State Park

Campers who have finished the sixth grade have the opportunity to go rock climbing and rappelling on a half-day trip near the beautiful DeSoto State Park (about 15 minutes from camp).

for boys finishing 6th grade


Rock Climbing at Pigeon Mountain

Campers who have finished the seventh grade and up have the opportunity to go rock climbing at “Rock Town” on Pigeon Mountain. Rock Town is one of the most popular climbing sites in the Southeast and about one hour from camp. This all-day trip is a highlight for the boys.

for boys finishing 7th grade & up

Chattanooga

Campers travel to Chattanooga to visit the Tennessee Aquarium, followed by lunch at the Mellow Mushroom. Campers then enjoy spending part of their afternoon climbing on various structures at the High Point Gym. After climbing, the boys return to the aquarium to finish the day in the IMAX theater.

for boys finishing 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade

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Whitewater Rafting on the Nantahala

Campers take a chartered bus to North Carolina to go rafting on the Nantahala River. It is a great rafting trip for beginners and a popular activities for the campers. A packed lunch is served and the campers have amazing pizza from Papa’s Pizza for dinner.

for boys finishing 4th & 5th grade


Duckie

Our oldest campers have the option to take a guided “Duckie” trip down the Nantahala River OR rafting down the Ocoee River. A “Duckie” is a single person boat that the camper guides down the river. If they choose the “Duckie” trip they travel with the other campers going on the Nantahala river.

for boys finishing 8th grade

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Whitewater Rafting on the Ocoee

Campers will take a chartered bus to southern Tennessee to go rafting on the Ocoee River. The Ocoee River offers some exciting Class III and Class IV rapids that the campers love. A packed lunch is served and the campers have pizza from CiCi’s for dinner. It is a T.V.A. regulation that participants must be at least 12 years old to raft on the Ocoee; no exceptions are made.

for boys 12 Years old & up

Our outfitter for both the Ocoee and Nantahala whitewater rafting trips is the Nantahala Outdoor Center (N.O.C.).