Summer Camp 2020 registration opens November 4th!

Adventure Trip Breakdown

(Campers will spend the night sleeping in cabins or at pack-out locations while at camp. When they are offsite on their trips, they will be camping each night at various locations near their daily adventures. Activities during the week can be physically strenuous, and please plan accordingly for exposure to the outdoors. Make sure your camper is set up for success with sturdy closed toe shoes, a warm sleeping bag, dry rain gear, and a solid pack to put it all in.)

5th and 6th Grade

D2 Adventure Trip breakdown…

Sunday, Monday and Friday night are spent in adventure cabins. Tuesday-Thursday nights are spent camping at one of our onsite packout locations.

Sunday: Check in and meet your group. Get oriented and join everyone for Opening Campfire!

Monday: Travel to DuPont State Recreational Forest just a few miles North of Camp Greenville. Visit Triple Falls and High Falls, a popular site for Hollywood to shoot woods scenes in their movies. Hike the trails and jump in Fawn Lake for a refreshing swim. 

Tuesday: Spend the day mountain biking the trails of Camp Greenville! This is a beginners level day of riding, learning to improve riding ability and technical skill, as well as learn safety considerations of the sport.

Wednesday: Learn the basics of climbing and rappelling techniques. This adventure utilizes the natural rock cliffs on camp. The top-rope climbs range from relatively easy to difficult and offer amazing mountain views from the top.

Thursday: Spend a day on Lake Sudie canoeing, stand up paddleboarding, kayaking, and swimming. 

Friday: Return to main camp and rejoin the other Adventure groups to share stories and skits before participating in Friday’s theme dinner and closing campfire!

Saturday: Check out and end your week with the closing ceremony.

7th, 8th, and 9th Grade

White Water Rafting:

Adventure in the Nantahala River and Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina!

(Campers need to be comfortable in water, but not necessarily expert swimmers.)

Sunday: Check in and meet your group. Get oriented and join everyone for Opening Campfire!

Monday: Spend your first full day at camp. Take advantage of this day spent bonding with your adventure group and preparing for your off-camp experience.

Tuesday-Friday: Travel to the Nantahala Outdoor Center in Bryson City, NC and spend a day on the Nantahala River rapids in single ducky’s with well-trained staff and lifeguards. Spend a second day on the water in a guided group raft on one of the 4 other white water rivers in WNC. 

Friday: Return to camp and rejoin the other Adventure groups to share stories and skits before participating in theme dinner and closing campfire!

Saturday: Check out and end your week with the closing ceremony. 

Caving:

Adventure to the Smoky Mountains and Lost Sea Cave in Tennessee!

(Cave dirt WILL stain clothing, backpacks, shoes, etc. so pack accordingly)

Sunday: Check in and meet your group. Get oriented and join everyone for Opening Campfire!

Monday: Spend your first full day at camp and take advantage of this day spent bonding with your adventure group and preparing for your off-camp experience.

Tuesday- Friday: Go underground in the caves of East Tennessee ending in the Lost Sea Cave. Do some cave crawls, learn about the geology and history of the cave, take a boat tour on the underground lake, and spend the night in the cave! Later, go hiking in The Great Smoky Mountains.

Friday: Return to camp and rejoin the other Adventure groups to share stories and skits before participating in theme dinner and closing campfire!

Saturday: Check out and end your week with the closing ceremony.

Lake Trip:

Adventure to Lake Jocassee and Table Rock State Park in South Carolina!

(Campers need to be comfortable in water, but not necessarily expert swimmers.)

Sunday: Check in and meet your group. Get oriented and join everyone for Opening Campfire!

Monday: Spend your first full day at camp and take advantage of this day spent bonding with your adventure group and preparing for your off-camp experience.

Tuesday-Friday: Travel to Devil’s Fork State Park to canoe on Lake Jocassee, and explore Table Rock State Park in SC. Paddle around the beautiful lake finding coves, waterfalls, swimming holes, and spend a couple of nights camped out on a primitive island campground. 

Friday: Return to camp and rejoin the other Adventure groups to share stories and skits before participating in theme dinner and closing campfire!

Saturday: Check out and end your week with the closing ceremony.

Bike and Climb:

Adventure to DuPont State Recreational Forest, Gilbert’s Rock, and Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina!

(Must have experience and ability to ride a bike. Bikes are provided by camp. Personal mountain bikes are allowed but must be inspected and approved by Adventure Director at check in.)

Sunday: Check in and meet your group. Get oriented and join everyone for Opening Campfire!

Monday: Spend your first full day at camp and take advantage of this day spent bonding with your adventure group and preparing for your off-camp experience. 

Tuesday-Friday: Test your climbing skills at camp’s outdoor climb site before traveling to Gilbert’s Rock in Hendersonville to climb and rappel while enjoying views from the top of the mountain! Then mountain bike the trails in DuPont State Recreational Forest, learning and progressing your skills along the way.

Friday: Return to camp and rejoin the other Adventure groups to share stories and skits before participating in theme dinner and closing campfire!

Saturday: Check out and end your week with the closing ceremony.

D3 OUTBACK: NEW FOR 2020!

This is a new Division 3 2 WEEK adventure session for 2020. This trip will be an epic combination of all D3 trips. A specific itinerary is coming soon but campers will stay in our newly renovated Outback Village and participate in activities on and offsite. This is a great opportunity to level up your adventure tripping experience and be a part of the first ever D3 Outback group!

10th, 11th, and 12th Grade

White Water:

This week-long session is a progressive introduction to paddling sports. Campers are guided by experienced staff as they improve their skills from flat water canoeing and kayaking to exciting white water. Campers will have 3 separate raft experiences through the NOC which will take them from the Nantahala RiverChattooga River, and the Ocoee River to test the waters in both individual and group rafting. This adventure trip is a one week session with the exception that campers only spend two nights on camp property and four nights off site. This schedule is unique to just this trip.

Monk’s:

The Monk’s Ultimate Adventure Trip offers a variety of adventures for the camper who wants to travel! This trip builds a community of friends who embark on a two-week road trip under the supervision of our most experienced staff who are committed to providing a positive and safe experience for campers. This adventure is full of exciting events as you make your way through beautiful areas of NC, SC, GA, and TN. Have opportunities to hike mountains, swim in the ocean, tour lighthouses, ride ferries, explore museums, and more! You will camp along the way while making friends and memories that will last far beyond the duration of the trip!

**Despite the name of this trip, it is not limited to just campers who are “Monks Old Timers” but any camper who is D4 age***

D4 Outback:

This two-week adventure program is designed to incorporate all the adventure trips and the unique aspects of the Outback trip into an impactful two-week session. Participants will stay in our newly renovated Outback Village and take trips to nearby areas to participate in the following activities: white water rafting, rock climbing, canoeing the French Broad River, mountain biking, solo experiences, hiking the Appalachian Trail, and service projects. This trip is designed to give campers a taste for overnight extensive trips and less car camping like the White Water Adventure or Monk’s Ultimate trips.