Life at Camp Sea Gull and Camp Seafarer is relaxed and unhurried. Clocks are almost non-existent. Bugles call campers to meals, and Taps calls campers to bed.
Under the guidance of counselors, campers decide their activities for the day. The weather has a hand in that as well. Calmer winds in the morning mean the younger campers are on Sea activities before lunch and older campers in the afternoon.
Shoes are optional for most of the time, and swimsuits are worn almost all day. Friendships are formed during cabin time, meals and on the water and land activities.
But don't let the relaxed unhurried atmosphere fool you. Campers are learning skills and earning ranks every day on activities. Campers are also learning about being a good sport, independence and the value of good decision making.
At Camp, we do what is right. We are committed to building a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone where we treat one another with respect and dignity. Each camper is a critical part of creating a place where people feel welcomed and valued and will be asked to abide by the tenants of the Good Sport Award which is explained in the Camper Code of Conduct. At the beginning of each session, the Code of Conduct will be reviewed and discussed in each cabin, at which time each Camper will be asked to sign the form as they commit to doing what is right during their time at Camp.
Code of Conduct - Older Campers (12+)
Code of Conduct - Younger Campers (6-11)