Alton Jones is built for overnight adventure. Stay the week and explore, try something new, and make lasting friends. Overnight camps are 6 day, 5 night adventures exploring our natural environment and trying multisport outdoor skills. While we certainly enjoy the great outdoors, we also offer comfortable accommodations. These include cozy cabins and screenhouses with bunk beds and hot showers, a private lakefront, and great food in our dining hall! Campers are separated by age into co-ed field groups and single-sex cabin areas. All programs include swimming and traditional camp activities. Each Sunday begins a new camp session.
Overnight Camp Calendar 2014
Sunday, 2:00 PM-Friday, 2:00 PM
Overnight Camp begins Week 2
Week 2 June 29 – July 3 (ends Thursday due to July 4th holiday, fees are 20% off)
Week 3 July 6 – 11
Week 4 July 13 – 18
Week 5 July 20 – 25
Week 6 July 27 – August 1
Week 7 August 3 – 8
Week 8 August 10 – 15
Choose from a variety of exciting activities each day to create your ultimate camp experience. Explore Eisenhower Lake by canoe, pull on boots and go on a swamp tromp, hike through a stream, climb a tree, and so much more. Each week will include a coastal field trip. Check-in is Sunday from 2:00-3:00 PM. Ends Friday with a family program at 2:00 PM followed by check-out at 2:30 PM.
$625.00 ($500.00 for Week 2).
Teen X Adventure Camp
Rock climb, surf, sail, climb trees, canoe, kayak, swim! Spend your week creating your own multi-sport adventure while enjoying the camaraderie of other like-minded teens. Stay each night at Alton Jones. Check-in is Sunday from 2:00-3:00 PM. Ends Friday with a family program at 2:00 PM followed by check-out at 2:30 PM.
$775.00 ($620 for Week 2).
Specialty Camps and Expeditions
Each week for the more adventurous camper and for those who want to explore the environment and outdoor skills in greater depth, we offer a variety of Specialty Camps and Expeditions. Some explore one subject in greater depth such as marine-life, while others involve canoeing, backpacking, or traveling out-of-state to a National Forest or other natural area to try some new activities. Click here to check out the many possibilities!