Camp Foss is an exciting place to make new friends, try new activities, learn new skills and have the summer of a lifetime! You probably have a few questions about what a session at Camp Foss is like, and you may even feel a little nervous. Don’t worry! There are hundreds of other girls feeling the same way.
Our staff is the best of the best when it comes to camp counselors. Most of them have been campers too, and that’s why they’re so good at their jobs. They help you get used to the camp life and make you feel at home.
You’ll stay in a cabin with other girls your age. Typically there are 8 – 12 girls in each cabin with 2 counselors. Your day will be packed with fun activities such as swimming, performing arts, boating, volleyball, and arts & crafts. We can’t wait to make Camp Foss your home away from home!
Arts & Crafts
Stand Up Paddle Board
Activity periods are spent enjoying the recreational and sporting facilities within the camp — either receiving instructions on a new skill or simply enjoying an activity. Campers make group (cabin or village) and individual decisions about how to spend their time. With all the choices, they are sure to have plenty of fun and excitement!
- Wake Up
Flag Raising & Breakfast
Activity Period 1
Activity Period 2
Activity Period 3
- Cabin Time
Activity Period 4
Activity Period 5
Report to Cabins
Hilltop/Woodside Lights Out
Lakeview/Sunrise Lights Out
We create our programs so campers will have a great summer filled with fun, adventure, friendship, and new activities. Through these activities, campers will evolve and learn more about themselves and their peers. At Camp Foss, our staff come up with creative and out of the box activities in order to create an experience for campers that they wouldn’t otherwise get at another camp.
All program calendars are updated approximately two weeks prior to the start of that session. The schedules give you a layout of just a few special activities and theme days that we have tentatively planned at camp for each session.
This is a basic list of items to bring to camp. Use your own judgment on quantity. Mark each item of clothing and check lost and found upon departure. Camp will not be responsible for lost or broken items. Footlockers and suitcases fit best under camp beds. If bed wetting is common for your camper, please send extra sheets and blankets. Parents should speak with the cabin counselor regarding any possible bed wetting or sleepwalking problems. $15 will be deducted from your child’s store account each time we launder bed linens.
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