We are developing our program to provide a rich learning experience for the youth in our community.  Presented here is a list of many of the programs we are considering.

Outdoor Activities    
Sports (non-contact)
- Soccer
- Volley Ball
- Kick Ball
- Ultimate (Frisbee Football)
- Frisbee Golf
- Dodge Ball
- Tug of War
- Croquet and Bocce
- Horse Shoes
- Kite Building and Flying
- Star Gazing
- Review of local habitat
(Animals, Trees, Insects, Food Chain)
- Weather
- Physical Fitness
(Calisthenics, Biking, Hiking, Fitness Path / Obstacle Course)
- Waterfront Safety and Rules (Buddy System, Life Vests, etc
- Swimming
- Canoe / Kayak / Paddle Board / Row Boats / Paddle Boats
- Life Saving/Advanced Swimming (maybe competition)
- Fishing


Classroom / Indoor Activites Field Trips
- Orientation: Safety and Co-existing with local surrounding including Rules for the Camp
- Americanism Presentation (use Heritage Corner documents/Flag Day, etc.) 
- Drug Awareness (use material from Drug Quiz Show program and free lit from DAP)
- Review local history/geography
Facts about Central NY, how it began, early industry, commerce and travel (Erie Canal)
Tug Hill Plateau (lake effect snow!!!)
- Local Fisheries
- St Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes
- A Leadership / Team Building Program of some sort
- Board Games / Cards / Puzzles
- Arts and Crafts
- Onondaga Lake Park (French Fort (now Native American exhibit about the formation of the Iroquois Confederacy and its impacts on the United States see http://www.skanonhcenter.org/ for  more info /Salt Museum), (visit Lodge)
- Erie Canal Museum, Syracuse
- Lake Ontario / Oswego Harbor / SUNY Oswego (visit Lodge)
- St Lawrence Seaway (at Wellesley Is. State Park) / Clayton Antique Boat Museum / 1000 Islands Boat Tour
- Fort Stanwick / Francis Bellamy Grave Site, Rome (visit Lodge)
- Syracuse University / Carrier Dome / Crouse College / Library / NewHouse School / Maxwell School
- Syracuse Chiefs Baseball