The start of the summer is just a few weeks away, and there's a ton of excitement up at Camp. We assembled a dream team of chefs, cooks and bakers in our dining hall, and they are busy working every day to create the tastiest and healthiest menu possible in time for your arrival!
When you are at overnight camp there are certain things that help make living away from home more enjoyable. It's important to be sleeping well, making friends, having fun, and of course, eating foods that are both tasty and good for you. It's why our brother-sister summer camp in NH puts so much energy towards providing our camp community with the best meals possible. It's also why we have 5 talented chefs and a baker on our dining hall team.
Our chefs work really hard to create meals that our campers and counselors will love. As you can imagine, we have many different types of eaters, including carnivores, vegetarians, kids who prefer sandwiches, those who need to eat gluten free, egg free or dairy free, those who live on pasta, and of course, our picky kids who really prefer to only eat chicken fingers whenever possible. Thankfully, our team of 5 talented chefs (and one amazing baker) find ways to make delicious camp food for everyone, and our campers and counselors tell us that they love our meals!
One of the questions I am frequently asked is how do you make your camp safe for kids with food allergies? While most of our community members have no known allergies or intolerances, about 10% of our campers and counselors do, and they range from needing to eat peanut and tree nut free to having to avoid gluten, mustard, dairy, egg, soy and even citrus. So it's certainly a fair question, and we do a great deal to serve safe food!