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Camp Mary Atkinson Pirate Week

Sun Jul 09, 2:00 PM - Fri Jul 14, 2:00 PM EDT
8591 NC #42 East, Selma, NC, 27576, USA Map
$290 - $535 per person
Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador
To register for a session this week at Camp Mary Atkinson, click the Register Now button below.  Choose the session on the next page and then select the participant for that session.  You will then have the option to select another session in the same week and choose a different participant for that session.

As part of the resident camp experience, each camper has the opportunity to visit the camp trading post to find the perfect item to remember her experience.  Prepaid trading post allowances allow check-in to go quickly and smoothly!

Campers also have the option of purchasing a t-shirt. Only one t-shirt may be purchased at this time, if your camper is signing up for multiple sessions then you will have the opportunity to purchase additional shirts at a later date.

You can also purchase an 8�?x11�? laminated photo of your camper’s session group at this time. Purchasing photos in advance will help to speed the check-in process.  Sessions lasting less than 6 days in length will be receiving an 8�?x10�? non-laminated photo if purchased at this time. Photos will be delivered to the camper by the last day of their session.

Information about camper's desired roommate and camper care package messages will be asked for in the confirmation packet that you will receive at a later date.

Prices listed are member rate.  Non-members will pay an additional $75 per session.

* Waitlisted * - Frolic (Grades 2-3 in Fall) $290 through 3/31, $315 starting 4/1 - It's time for some fun! Spend your week trying activities with new friends, creating beautiful art, canoeing, swimming, and enjoying the outdoors. Make a s'more and learn camp songs to sing all week! Awesome counselors sleep in the cabins with all Frolic campers.

* Waitlisted* - Unearth (Grades 4-5 in Fall) $290 through 3/31, $315 starting 4/1 - There are so many cool things to do at Camp Mary Atkinson! Take aim at archery, climb the Alpine Tower, get crafty, swim in the pool and lake, or unearth another fun activity to try. Create a skit with your new friends from your unit, and share it at closing campfire!
Adventure (Grades 6-8 in Fall) $290 through 3/31, $315 starting 4/1 - What camp adventure awaits you? Canoeing or kayaking on the lake, hiking the trails, putting your archery skills to the test…there are so many options, you're sure to find something wonderful! Challenge yourself to new heights on the Alpine Tower, or make a craft with a friend. Whatever you do, it's bound to be an exciting week.
Innovate (Grades 9-12 in Fall) $290 through 3/31, $315 starting 4/1 - Create your own camp experience! Maybe you have an old favorite you want to revisit - the Alpine Tower, getting creative at the Craft Hut, swimming in the pool or lake. Maybe you'd like to try something new and different with your unit friends. Whatever it is, being an older girl means working with your amazing counselors to put together a camp experience you'll never forget!
Horse Camp (Grades 5-8 in Fall) $435 through 3/31, $460 starting 4/1 - Our summer horse program allows you to experience horses in a fun and safe environment. You will learn beginner horseback riding skills such as walking and controlling your mount, as well as basic care and grooming. Each summer horse session has its own flare and style. Learn English riding at Camp Mary Atkinson, or Western riding at Camp Graham. Campers will be placed in groups based upon an assessment made by the director of the horse program. All campers are required to wear long pants and boots appropriate for riding. Helmets, saddles, and other riding gear is provided. When you are not at the stable or horse barn, you will enjoy participating in other camp activities with your horse-loving pals!
Lifeguarding (Grades 10-12 in Fall) $300 through 3/31, $325 starting 4/1 - Through videos, group discussions, and hands-on practice, you'll learn teamwork, rescue and surveillance skills, and receive waterfront training. Successful completion results in a two-year certification in American Red Cross Lifeguarding, which includes First Aid, professional-level CPR, and AED in one certificate. Campers must be at least 15 years old and able to complete the required written and skills tests as well as lifeguarding pre-requisites: swim 300 yards, continuously tread water for two minutes without using arms, and complete a timed swim/dive/swim brick retrieval. Campers who are unable to complete the pre-requisites will be able to join a typical camp session for their age group.