At Camp Cody, we believe that carefully tailoring the summer experience to the individual camper creates, on a larger scale, a successful and enjoyable summer for all campers. In advance of camp, we conduct home visits or connect with parents so that we get to know our campers’ background and interests. Using this information, we work with each camper to choose a schedule that incorporates his or her individual interests while still challenging him or her to try new things and build new skill sets. We also thoughtfully craft each cabin community to create the best bunk possible for each camper, and we designate meal seating and travel seating to off-site trips to ensure that campers make new friends outside of their bunks and have an opportunity to learn from all of our counselors. It might seem like overkill, but this attention to the individual is what creates a cohesive and supportive camp community, and makes for an unforgettable summer.
Survival Skills to archery to wakeboarding to lacrosse to ceramics – you name it and you can help!