The Camp Twin Creeks Program | Camp Twin Creeks

The Camp Twin Creeks Program

Core Activities


Your cabin or division will head for these activities as a group:

Soccer, Arts and Crafts, Low Ropes Course, Tennis, Dance, Mountain Biking, Baseball, Swim Instruction, Archery, Basketball, Water Polo, Woodworking, Fishing, Volleyball, General Swim, Theatre (Games, Technical, Musical), High Ropes Course, Street Hockey.

Optional Activities


You will choose from among these activities and then join others with similar interests:

Ultimate Frisbee, Lacrosse, Beach Volleyball, Water Aerobics, Lap Swimming, Library, Sketching and Aerobics.

Evening Activities


Following dinner, the fun continues as your bunk or division tries:

Capture the Flag, Ultimate Frisbee, Creek Walks, Non-Stop Cricket, GaGa, Kickball, our Aqua-Zip Line, Camping Overnights and Pool Parties.

Trips and Special Off-Site Activities


All campers enjoy an Overnight Camping Trip or a similar activity without the sleepover part for younger campers.

Campers with interest and of the appropriate grade level can register for the following and pay an additional fee:

  • Horseback Riding (all grades)
  • Rapelling Trip for those entering 9th grade
  • White Water Rafting for those entering 10th or 11th grade
  • Fly Fishing (all grades)

Dream Week


Youngsters just naturally dream about camp. Here is a special one-week chance to try it out.

Here is a chance for first-timers entering 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades to experience a fun-filled, one-week introduction. Dream Week tuition is $1825.

Offered during either our 1st or 4th session, Dream Week campers participate in all the major activities and come home more confident, not only of themselves but also of their new-found comfort with the camp experience.

Transportation from the DC area to Camp is provided for Dream Week campers.  Transportation home needs to be provided.

CIT Program (Open to former campers entering 11th grade) – $3250

During their 2 weeks at camp CITs spend three activity periods assisting in teaching an activity or working with a cabin of campers on Main Village with a cabin counselor. Afternoon activities are spent as a camper attending activities with cabin mates.

During the course of the two weeks CIT’s also help coordinate and run a special event with the other CITs and one of our program coordinators/directors. There are various other responsibilities with the CIT program such as assisting with the dining hall on half-staff days and performing community service in the local Marlinton area.