PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES

Campers ages 7 to 16 enjoy 1, 2, or 3 week long overnight sessions from Sunday until Saturday during June, July, and August. Campers stay in cabins with top notch counselors and enjoy all the fun activities Camp Piomingo has to offer, including the pool, ropes course and traditional camp activities.

The 1 week Pioneer program is divided into two separate camper units: Shawnee and Mingo. Campers live in traditional cabins and have meals served from the dining hall. Campers will have fun and build friendships while participating in all the typical camp activities, such as the ropes course, pool, and traditional activities like Archery and BB Guns. Campers will also have some voice in their schedule with morning clinics, which are used to develop skills such as climbing, arts, and sports.

The 2 week Explorer program resides in the Cherokee unit, where campers live in traditional cabins and have meals served from the dining hall.  Explorers have the opportunity to experience the traditional camp activities during their first week and spend the weekend challenging themselves and growing as a group. Their second week is spent kicking activities up a notch while also experiencing new activities, such as rock climbing and axe throwing.

The 2 week Equestrian program resides in the Cherokee unit, where campers live in traditional cabins and have meals served from the dining hall.  Equestrian campers are placed into group horseback riding lessons based on abilities and given daily instruction. Their afternoons are filled with traditional camp activities such as the pool, archery, and axe throwing.

The Camp Crafter program resides in the Creek unit, where campers live in traditional cabins and have meals served from the dining hall.  Camp Crafter campers have the opportunity to take part in intermediate-level activities that emphasize group problem solving and teamwork, and will be encouraged and challenged to develop their leadership skills.

**1 and 2 week options available**

The Trailblazer program is a limited space week for teens interested in adventures off camp.  Dependent on travel restrictions in 2021, the Trailblazer program will spend Tuesday – Thursday at Red River Gorge in Slade, KY.

The CIT program program resides in the Creek unit, where campers live in traditional cabins and have meals served from the dining hall. This program is for 16 year old campers who wish to eventually become a camp counselor at Camp Piomingo.  A C.I.T. spends three weeks at camp developing leadership skills and gaining experience as a camp leader. Through the C.I.T. program, your teen will identify and achieve goals, improve communication and decision-making skills, and contribute to the overall improvement of camp.  THIS PROGRAM IS APPLICATION ONLY, PLEASE CONTACT THE CAMP OFFICE FOR MORE INFORMATION.