Lonehollow’s curriculum is built on a full-circle approach to living. For example, fishing campers learn more than casting a line and reeling it in. They bait the hook, string the line, set it, clean and fillet, and then enjoy eating their catch. Horseback means more than mounting and following the horse ahead. Lonehollow campers learn to saddle and bridle their own horses, guide them individually through a course, then unsaddle and brush down before releasing to pasture. Through this approach campers develop independence, and learn to anticipate challenges.
With more than 60 activities offered, Lonehollow offers something for everyone. From athletic to artistic, team-oriented to individually motivated, backpacker to bookworm, campers choose to perfect skills they already know as well as venture into new territory and new adventures.
On Opening Day, each two and four-week camper chooses his/her own individual schedule of classes. Some campers will choose a class based on the staff members teaching it, some are looking to try a new activity, and others just want to be in class with friends. No matter the reason, we aim to accommodate each camper’s wish list of activities as best as we can. After classes start and campers have had the opportunity to try each class, they will have a chance to change their schedules.
Two and four-week campers choose 12 activities to participate in for each two-week session. We follow a Monday/Wednesday/Friday (MWF) schedule and a Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday schedule (TTS). Each day is broken into six 50-minute class periods with five minutes in between classes.
One-week Sprockets will follow the same daily schedule with just a few modifications.
One-week Sprockets will have the opportunity to choose their own individual classes. Seven day sessions will participate in 12 activities and the five day session will participate in six activities.
On arrival day, each two and four week camper chooses his/her own individual schedule of classes. Some campers will choose a class based on the staff member teaching it, some are looking for a never-experienced activity, and some just want to be in class with friends. No matter what the reason, we aim to accommodate each child’s wish list of activities as best as we can. And then after classes start, if a camper finds something to not be what he/she was hoping, we have an “adds/drops” period where schedule changes can be made.
Campers choose up to 12 activities in which to participate. We follow a Monday/Wednesday/Friday (MWF) schedule and a Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday schedule (TTS) each broken into six 50-minute class periods with 10 minutes between classes.
Reveille (Wake Up)
First Activity Period
Second Activity Period
Third Activity Period
Fourth Activity Period
Fifth Activity Period
Sixth Activity Period
Cabin Time, Showers, Etc.
Taps (Lights Out)
Lights out for oldest campers