Every camper is different and how long they should attend is entirely up to you. You should base that decision on your family’s summer schedule and your camper’s readiness for sleep-away camp. However, if the formation of strong friendships is a goal, we recommend at least two weeks. Campers are able to build stronger bonds over the course of two weeks. They are given more time to connect with cabin mates and counselors and feel more comfortable in their surroundings. Two weeks may also be the amount of time that some campers need to feel most comfortable at camp. Program wise, campers are able to participate in more classes and have the chance to retake old courses and try new ones! Evening activities also change up in the second week of camp to include the incredible Floop-a-Flar, a water relay race!