New daily activities coming summer 2020

Our mission here at Camp Timberlake is growth through friends and adventure and one of the main ways we grow at camp is through our daily activities. Choosing eight total activities, our campers have the opportunity to learn new skills and hone their techniques in activities they already love. By offering a wide range of activities, from pottery to whitewater kayaking, to basketball to archery, we ensure that every type of boy can come to camp and find a place where they thrive.

Growth isn’t just something our campers do, however. We are constantly growing as a camp, and along those lines are excited to announce two new daily activities for summer 2020: Fishing and Tennis!

Tennis is making a much anticipated return to camp after a brief two summer hiatus and we can’t wait for it to be back. We recently began the process of building two new tennis courts at Timberlake for our campers to enjoy. These tennis courts and the adjoining pavillion are a much anticipated project that we know will bring hours of adventures and fun to our campers. In tennis, our boys will be able to learn to play the sport for the first time or further their playing skills. It will be full of drills, games, and of course plenty of fun. 

Additionally, we are thrilled to begin offering fishing. Though campers have been able to sign up for fly fishing trips for a number of years, we are excited to grow this program to include a daily fishing class. We have been blessed with a wonderful lake that is full of fish at camp and it is the perfect place for our boys to practice their skills together. Already a popular choice during free time, the small class sizes will allow for close, detailed instruction, and of course, lots of fish!

We can’t wait for our campers to enjoy these amazing new daily activities when camp starts this summer.  Keep an eye out for more updates about the off season as we at Camp Timberlake prepare for an epic summer!

Happy Camping, 

Eric Mills

Assistant Director and Proud Iroquois