Have serious fun while braving new challenges and making new friends at Overnight Classic camp!
You'll be an integral part of the camp community: sharing experiences, accomplishments, and memories with a small group of peers and adult role models.
Build your leadership skills while enjoying all that camp has to offer, from s'mores to swimming and more! Sessions are available for girls entering grades 2-12 at all our camps.
Ready To Find Your Camp Session?
Head on over to our calendar to view all the Overnight Classic Camp sessions available this summer! There you'll find detailed session descriptions, date/time and cost information. Register for sessions according to age group; Grades 2-3, Grades 4-5, Grades 6-8 and Grades 9-10. We can't wait to see you at camp!
Having trouble finding what you're looking for, or have a question? Please contact our Camp Registrars or call (800) 541-9852.
Want Horse Time?
Even with Classic Camp, you can still arrange to have more time working with horses. Some day camp sessions offer either a pony ride or a two-hour horse experience (you'll see the option during registration). look for Classic w/Horses. This option is only available at Camp River Ranch (additional fees apply) and Camp St. Albans.
Really want to focus on improving your horse handling and riding techniques? Check out our Overnight Horse Camp.
Each Overnight Classic camp unit will choose several age-appropriate activities. The activities available vary by camp location because of both the facilities and the surrounding environment. Below are some of the most popular activities, with a note on where each is offered. If you want to make sure you get a specific experience, make sure you choose the correct camp!
Some 4- and 6-day overnight camp sessions offer a two-hour horse experience. Look for Classic w/Horses. (Grades 4 and up) (River Ranch and St. Albans only. $35)
Each camp has swimming areas with American Red Cross lifeguards. Options include early morning swims and long distance challenges. (All)
Certified waterfront staff supervise all boating activities and everyone wears a personal flotation device. Options include: Canoeing (Grades 4 and up) (All) Sailing (St. Albans, Robbinswold), Kayaking (Robbinswold, River Ranch), Windsurfing (Robbinswold), Row boating (St. Albans, River Ranch) and Viking boating (St. Albans).
Experienced program specialists offer activities tailored to girls’ age levels, as well as each camp’s natural environment, including: Plant identification (All), Marine exploration (Robbinswold), Gardening (River Ranch) and Pollinator wall (St. Albans).
Arts and Crafts
Experienced program specialists offer opportunities like tie-dye, friendship bracelets, wand making, leather work or batik. (All)
Certified archery instructors lead girls in archery technique, terminology, safety concerns, shooting practice and tournaments. (Grades 4 and up) (River Ranch, St. Albans)
Trained specialists lead girls in team-building and individual-challenge rock climbing sessions on an outdoor wall. (Grades 4 and up) (River Ranch)
Under the guidance of skilled facilitators, girls explore team building and leadership through fun and challenging games. Groups work together on a low ropes course (River Ranch, Robbinswold only) to problem solve and have fun. (All)
All campers can develop skills such as hiking, fire building, lashing, campsite set-up and Leave No Trace. (All)
Campfires and Cookouts
The whole camp community celebrates together with songs, stories, skits and camp traditions. Each unit plans and prepares at least one meal together. (All)
Early Morning Activities
Each camp offers optional early morning activities like polar bear swims, boating, sunrise painting, hiking and yoga! (All)