Food, Glorious Food | Camp Twin Creeks

Food, Glorious Food

When your camper attends Camp Twin Creeks we want to make sure that they eat well, enjoy their food and time spent eating with friends and retain enough energy to get through another non-stop camp day! We do all of this in a number of ways.


Balanced Meals

Our menu offers a balance of vegetables, meat, camp and summer favorites, bug juice and more. Each day offers something different but with the intent of each meal to be camper friendly, nutritious and delicious. No soda, no snacking throughout the day, just a classic environment in which to enjoy food and company.

Family Style Dining

Breakfast and Dinner are served in the same family style. A counselor serves the food to their table, ensuring portion sizes are fair and that each child is eating happily. If more food is needed the counselor will obtain it from the kitchen and manage the meal.

Allergies and Restrictions

Our Director and food service staff are understanding and appreciate that many children arrive at camp with allergies, religious restrictions and dietary preferences. We do all we can to accommodate each of these. Camp only serves nut-free products. If you have food related concerns prior to enrolling please speak with Iain to address these.



Summer camp would not be the same without roasted marshmallows, chocolate chip cookies, grilled cheese, s’mores, birthday ice cream platters and so much more! All of these classics will be found each summer along with bedtime snacks, cookie raids (sshhhhhhh…) and even canteen candy!

Salad and Pasta Bar

Each lunch and dinner features a salad bar and pasta bar. These staples allow a camper to know that even if the main entrée is not completely to their liking then they can still resort to pasta and or salad.

Fresh Fruit

Our dining room offers a bowl of fresh fruit each and every day, 24/7. Campers are allowed to visit, replenish and enjoy a quick snack at their leisure.

Ultimately, our aim is that no child goes hungry and any hesitation regarding food or eating should not be a barrier toward happiness at camp.