Hello from TOP Overnight Camps!

Our TOP Camps programs were so awesome, that many of our campers have transitioned to full-season campers at our all-around, traditional overnight camps! We will now be offering our TOP Camp specialty programs exclusively as part of these 3.5 and 7-week camps. There will be no short-session TOP Camps running in 2017. For more information on riding, cooking, adventure and more at Pine Forest Camp for Boys and Girls, Camp Timber Tops for Girls or Lake Owego Camp for Boys, explore our websites below!

TOP Adventure Camp 2016

Dates: July 30th - August 6th

Cost: $2,000

TOP Adventure Camp is an 8 day camp with a focus on all-around adventure skills including: climbing, paddling, orienteering, camping and safety. Campers are exposed to a wide variety of adventure activities and fun traditional summer camp activities.

For the majority of their stay, TOP campers live in bunks with running water, showers, beds and electricity. On their overnight, campers eat and sleep at a designated campsite. Aside from the overnight, campers eat all meals in the camp dining hall.

Trip Leaders and Counselors:
All campers at TOP Adventure Camp will be supervised by trained wilderness leaders and counselors. Depending on group size, the counselor to camper ratio is approximately 1:3.

TOP campers have access to and instruction on three different ropes courses with unique elements and zip lines. In addition, campers have access to other summer camp activities and instruction including: swimming, gymnastics, cooking, riflrey, arts & crafts and archery to name a few.

TOP Adventure Camp gives campers a week of adventure activities and fun in a safe, traditional overnight camp setting. TOP Adventure Camp is for children of all skill levels, from beginners on up.

Example Schedule

Day 1: Arrival, Adventure Course #1 and Canoe Skills
Day 2: Delaware Canoe Trip, Adventure Course #2
Day 3: Delaware Canoe Trip #2, Rock Climbing and Overnight
Day 4: Clean Campsite, Shohola Falls Hike, Return to Camp
Day 5: Adventure Course #3, Rock Climbing #2
Day 6: Pack, Awards Ceremony and Departure

Packing List

• Sleeping bag • Water Shoes
• Sleeping pad • 6-8 Tee Shirts
(2-3 capilene / quick-dry)
• 2 Travel Towel • 4-5 Shorts
• Bug Spray • 1 Bathing Suit
• Toiletries
(shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, soap)
• 2 Pair of Pants
(Jeans, Sweatpants for chilly nights)
• Suntan Lotion • 6-7 Pair of Socks
• Flashlight • 2 Sweatshirt
• Water Bottle/Canteen • 7-8 Pair of Underwear
• Sneakers/Boots for Hiking • 1 Backpack for Overnight / Day Trips
For more information, please contact Johnny at or call the camp office 570-226-3636.