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A great experience Jan 02, 2007
reviewer: Julie Keenan from New Jersey
Our three boys will be attending the 4 week session at High Rocks for the 6th, 4th and 2nd year in a row. These weeks are the highlight of their summer and they look forward to seeing returning counselors and campers year after year. We live in the Northeast and all of our kids play plenty of competitive sports. When our oldest wanted to go to camp, we looked for a place that could offer a new environment, rather than more lacrosse or soccer drills and games. He came home having discovered canoeing and rock climbing and southern accents! High Rocks is a small camp (about 140 boys per session) and the staff create an environment where campers feel secure enough to try something new. The boys are encouraged to challenge themselves, but they don't need to defeat another team to win. The challenge they take on might be a 3 day hiking trip, a difficult run down a river in a kayak or working with their counselor and cabin mates to keep the cabin clean. Over the years, we have been particulaly impressed with the quality of the counseling staff at High Rocks. Many were campers here themselves, and they share the same set of goals for the campers: help each boy gain independence, confidence, and an ability to adapt to new situations. This is a great camp, and we expect to be back for many years to come.

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