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Canoe Trip (Ages 10 and up)
Hop on the bus for a quick ride over to Cheerio Adventures where you will start your trip down the New River. Spend a few hours paddling and taking in the scenery before enjoying a picnic lunch and heading back to camp. Campers going on the canoe trip will need to wear a bathing suit or clothes that can get wet, and wear shoes that can get wet and will stay on their feet. We recommend water shoes, Chacos, Tevas, or similar. NO FLIP-FLOPS, CROCS, OR SANDALS WITHOUT A HEEL STRAP.

Caving (Ages 10 and up; 2-week sessions only)
Head over to a nearby cave where experienced guides will lead you through the underground passageways. See stalactites, stalagmites, cave straws, and other underground rock formations. Be prepared to get dirty! Campers going on the caving trip will need to wear closed-toe shoes, long pants, and a long sleeve shirt. All clothing worn into the cave will get VERY muddy. Please plan accordingly.

Climbing (Ages 10 and up; 2-week sessions only)
Take a quick ride down to Stone Mountain State Park and experience all the fun that rock climbing has to offer. Veteran climbers will belay you as you climb up and then rappel down this famous rock face. Campers going on the climbing trip will need to wear closed-toe shoes.

Carowinds (2-week sessions only)
Board a charter bus for the ride down to Charlotte, NC for all the rides, roller coasters, and games that Carowinds. Under the supervision of staff members and CITs, campers can choose which games and rides they want to experience and which they want to skip.


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