Our enrichment program is designed not only for fun but to allow campers to learn new skills, build self-awareness, and strengthen confidence. The classes are specifically chosen to align with the natural talents of most individuals with dyslexia.


  • Archery
  • Rock Climbing
  • Gaga Ball
  • Obstacle Course
  • Nine Square
  • Wacky Camp Games

Adventure Excursions

Campers can stay on Fridays for a sleepover and a Saturday high adventure activity.

Friday night sleepovers may include:

  • Campouts 
  • Sleepover at the Greenville Zoo
  • Horseback riding
  • Kayaking
  • Tubing
  • Fishing

Daily Enrichment Classes

  • Culinary Arts Program
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Theater
  • Nature Education
  • Construction Challenge
  • Swimming Class

Campers In Action

Daily Enrichment Classes


Culinary Arts Program

Campers learn about nutrition, meal preparation, and plate design from a professional chef. They also take trips to local farms and farmers' markets to discover food origins.


Arts and Crafts

Campers are instructed in various art methods such as sculpture, painting, drawing, origami, and more. 



Campers can create skits, costumes, and sets with their fellow campers and counselors. Always a favorite at camp!


Nature Education

Through a collaboration with Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education, campers explore their natural world and learn about local wildlife and plants. 


Construction Challenge

Campers are presented with engineering challenges where they must design and build a project. These challenges engage problem-solving skills and creative thinking. 


Swimming Class

Campers have the opportunity to learn basic swimming skills at our camp pool. A Red Cross Certified swimming instructor leads classes.