Please read below for important registration instructions. Once registration is complete, please go to the My Activities page in your My GS Member Profile to find your camp confirmation packet and camp forms packet.
To register for a session this week at Camp Graham, click the Register Now button below. You will be prompted to select the girls that you are registering for this week of camp. On the next page, each section gives you choices. With each selection you make, there will be a pop-up window where you must also choose the participant for that particular selection, even if you are only registering one participant for the week. Some sections are required, such as camp session, and some are not required.
When you select your participant for the camp session, you have the option to also select the box to pay the Deposit Only. If you do not check this box, then you will be charged the full amount for camp. If you do not pay the full balance at the time of registration, then your remaining balance will be due by no later than May 1, 2020. If you don’t complete payment by this date, your camper can lose her spot in the session and her place may be filled from the waitlist. If you have missed this date and still want her to attend, please contact us right away to see if she still has a space in her session.
If you select any Camp Extras (t-shirt, photo, etc.) at this time, then you will also have to pay for them at this time. If you don’t order them now, then you can purchase them at camp at check-in as long as they are still available. Items available are:
• Camp Essentials Care Kit – this fun package includes a water bottle, cooling towel, camp journal with pen, camp postcard with stamp, and a stuffed camp friend, all in a cool camp bag.
• Trading Post allowance (prepaid) – 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 time at camp. Campers cannot keep cash with them at camp. Trading Post allowances are kept in the Trading Post. Purchasing these at the time of registration allows check-in to go quickly and smoothly!
• T-shirt – only one t-shirt with this year’s summer camp theme can be purchased at the time of registration. You do have the option to purchase an additional shirt with each camp session registration. There are also t-shirts available for purchase at the Trading Post. Sizes are not guaranteed if t-shirts are not purchased during registration.
• Photo – an 8�? x 11�? laminated photo makes a great souvenir of your camper’s week at resident camp. Purchasing photos during registration 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.
The Special Information page asks you to provide Emergency Contact information. This is also where you will provide the name of her camp buddy if she is attending with a friend. We will only honor one buddy request per camper. Please complete registration and payment for this camp week before processing any additional registrations.
Prices listed are member rate. Non-members will pay an additional $100 per session.
Wonder (Grades 2-3 in Fall) $325 through 4/30, $350 starting 5/1 - Come explore the wonder and joy of camp! Spend the week making new friends, swimming and boating on Kerr Lake, making crafts, and playing in nature. At the end of the week, when you send your wishes to the water fairies, you know that you've made memories to last a lifetime. Counselors sleep in the cabins with all Wonder campers.
Discover (Grades 4-5 in Fall) $325 through 4/30, $350 starting 5/1 - Get ready for a spectacular week of discovery! Explore all the fun that camp offers. Opportunities to boat and swim in Kerr Lake, get crafty, and hike the trails. Show off your tie-dye skills, make a s'more, and share a smile around the campfire.
Quest (Grades 6-8 in Fall) $325 through 4/30, $350 starting 5/1 - You're about to embark on a fun-filled camp adventure! Challenge yourself to try new things and explore nature during your week at Camp Graham. Canoe or kayak on Kerr Lake, explore the woods on a hike, create something wonderful in arts and crafts, set a new goal in archery - there's no limit to the things you can achieve.
Horse Camp (Grades 4-6 in Fall) $475 through 4/30, $500 starting 5/1 - Our summer horse program allows you to experience horses in a fun and safe environment. You will learn beginner Western horseback riding skills such as walking and controlling your mount, as well as basic care and grooming. Campers will be placed in groups based upon a assessment made by the director of the horse program. All campers are required to wear long pants and boots appropriate for riding. Helmet, saddles, and other riding gear is provided. When you are not at the stable, you will enjoy participating in other camp activities with your horse-loving pals!
Chopped Challenge (Grades 6-10 in Fall) $350 through 4/30, $375 starting 5/1 - Do you love to create culinary masterpieces? Join us as we practice both outdoor and indoor cooking techniques, have team competition with mystery ingredients, make dishes of your choice, and learn new culinary skills. While not cooking, you will get to enjoy all that camp has to offer.
You Did What At Camp? (Grades 6-10 in Fall) $650 through 4/30, $675 starting 5/1 ** This TWO-WEEK session ends on July 31st** During this exciting two-week camp session, you will spend your time participating in both on-camp and off-camp adventures like seeing a drive-in movie, rock climbing, and planning your own day trip. What will you choose to do?
Camera Magic (Grades 6-8 in Fall) $350 through 4/30, $375 starting 5/1 - Do you love taking pictures of yourself and friends? Go beyond the selfie at this amazing camp session! Photos are for more than just Snapchat or Instagram posts, they create a visual history of the places you go and the things you do. In this session, you will use a camera to capture your own image and create your own idea of media. You will get to work with a professional photographer to learn how to take quality photos. When you're not behind the lens, you will get to do the great things offered at camp, such as waterfront activities, archery, and more! Participants will need to supply their own digital camera.