Puh'tok provides younger campers with basic camping skills and an appreciation for nature. Older campers participate in additional activities, including Native American dance and crafts, cycling, lacrosse, archery and canoeing. The most experienced campers take mountain hikes, sail, ride horses and learn black powder shooting. The Tipi Encampment, a special program for boys and girls ages 13-16, teaches campers about Native American culture; campers learn to set up their own tepees and cook outdoors, while also studying songs, dances, customs, history, sign language and survival skills.
|Program Focuses & Features||Aquatics, Archaeology, Archery, Astronomy, Bicycle Tours, Boating, Canoeing, Conservation, Cooking, Crafts, Dance, Ecology, Environmental Science, Equestrian, Farming, Field Hockey, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Lacrosse, Mountain Biking, Mountain Trips, Music, Ranch, Riding, Riflery, Ropes Course, Sailing, Soccer, Softball, Survival Training, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Watersports, White-water Rafting, Wilderness Camping, Wilderness Canoeing, Woodcraft, Writing/Journalism|
|Age Range||Residential — Coed Ages 7-16; Day — Coed 5-9|
|Director||Alexi Kousouris, Director|
|Residential Fee||$560-1250 (+$25), 1-2 weeks.|
|Day Fee||$300, 1 week.|
|Dates & Sessions||June-Aug; 12 sessions, 1-2 weeks long|