Camp Dining


The energy to have fun doing any of our sports and activities would not be possible without our Food Service team. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are essential parts of the camp day and our team consciously prepares a menu for all types of eaters and dietary needs in mind.

girls at summer camp eating breakfast

Each meal lasts an hour long and features a full serving line as well as side options. Campers and their cabins are called to the dining hall through our PA system; all of the tables are labeled per cabin so there is never a fear of where to sit and who to sit with as well. The atmosphere in the dining hall is always light and fun, and the view is fantastic!

Breakfast marks the first meal of the day, which runs from 8:00 – 9:00 am. Typical breakfast options include a carbohydrate, a protein, a starch, and several side options. French toast, pancakes, waffles, bacon, sausage, eggs, and hash browns are common items that cycle throughout the week. Our side options each morning include yogurt, granola, fruit, toast, and cereal.

salad bar at summer camp

After the first sports session of the day, everyone breaks for lunch from 12:00 – 1:00 pm. Lunch features the same types of balanced, tasty options and many of the days have themes from week to week; Taco Tuesdays and Pizza Thursdays are some of our campers’ favorites. Regardless of the meal, we have a full salad bar along with a side bar with simpler options. Other lunches have included hot sandwiches such as grilled chicken or cheesesteaks, or baked ziti.

Dinner is the final meal of the day from 5:00 – 6:00 pm and follows the same structure as breakfast and lunch. A few examples of dinners include baked chicken with rice pilaf, roast beef with mashed potatoes, lasagna, sweet and sour chicken with vegetable lo mein. Every Wednesday is cookout, which hosts classic American options like hamburgers, hotdogs, baked beans, potato salad, and more.

Our Food Service team can accommodate several dietary needs: gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, and vegan. Many times, these things are built into the meals so there are options immediately available; however, if the meal requires additional preparation the camper will receive their meal directly from the chef. Campers who work around dietary needs will still go through the serving line as normal, just that our chef will have their plate pre-made at the end for them.

kitchen at summer camp

Families with special dietary needs have the chance to meet our head chef during check-in, but for any questions or concerns before the summer, please feel free to email our office.

Each meal offers a chance to refuel for the day, but also a time for cabins to bond and chat. We look forward to serving you this summer!