We are proud of our long-standing reputation for great camp food!
But NO matter how hard we try, we cannot accommodate all individual tastes and food preferences at every meal, but we work hard to make sure there is an option for everyone.
Our mission is to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of all campers. Therefore, we want to be sure we have all the details and information regarding your child’s food allergy prior to the start of camp. This information should be provided in writing from your doctor on the Camp Health Form and include what causes the response, what type of response has occurred in the past, symptoms, and any treatment/prevention strategies.
Parents should obtain and review the copy of the menu for the period of time that your camper will be attending camp. The menu for the 2021 Summer camp can be found by clicking the below button. After reviewing the menu, discuss any concerns of potential allergens with our Camp director. If accommodations are required a plan must be in place in advance of your arrival at camp. This plan will be shared with our kitchen and as well as, your camper’s counselors. It is the family’s responsibility to review with the child the information needed to manage her food allergy.
In some cases, it may be necessary for the camper to provide her own food during the camp session.
All dietary allergies & concerns must be discussed with our director four weeks prior to your arrival.
Please call (803) 374 2155 if you have any questions.
Gluten Free items available upon request.
We are trying to serve our campers a filling breakfast each morning to get them ready for a long summer day.
Example: Homebaked waffles, sausage and egg muffins or homebaked french breakfast muffins, eggs and sausage.
Campers can choose between regular 2% Milk and Orange Juice.
Lactose free, soy or almond milk must be requested before arrival at camp and cost will be charged to campers store account.
We also have oatmeal, fruit cups, bread and jelly & Honey, plus Yogurts available for them each morning.
We serve each day a homecooked lunch that is kids and teenager friendly.
Examples: Chicken nuggets and fries, Homemade pizza, Hot Dogs and fries
We also have bread, butter and honey together with salad ready for them with each lunch.
We serve each day a homecooked dinner that is kids and teenager friendly.
Examples: Lasagne, meatloaf and mashed potatos, Tacobake
Each dinner will be closed with a daily changing dessert, which goes from homebaked muffins and cookies to pudding and homemade ice creme treats.
We also have bread, butter and honey together with salad ready for them with each dinner.
Snacks will be available in the dinning hall over the day time. Our Snacks will be changing daily and will contain fruits and baking goods.
Mother/Daughter Weekends: meal plan available March 1
Summer Camp Weeks: meal plan available April 1
Winter Camp: meal plan available September 1