A Typical Day at Camp Westwind

Typical Day of a Westwind Camper

Each day at Westwind provides variety and choice to each of our campers. Each camper will spend time with their unit at our major program areas (Waterfront, Arts & Crafts, Challenge Course, Archery/Games at our Tillicum Barn). There will also be times for cabin groups to choose their activity as a team such as a hike, outdoor cooking, fort building, canoe excursion, etc. Every camper will participate in an Overnight while at Westwind. This is a time when units head out on an overnight camping trip. These experiences allow campers to gain camping skills as well as enjoy the natural beauty of the Westwind property.

Below is an example of a typical day at Westwind.

Activities will differ day to day, but the basic structure of the day typically remains the same.

8:00 Time to wake up! Get dressed, make beds, tidy up the cabin.
8:45 Flag; ceremony to raise flags of choice and get centered as a community before starting the day.
9:00 Breakfast
9:45 PFD; Prepare For Day! Change into appropriate clothing, brush teeth, etc.
10:15 Interest Groups (Camper choice; 10-20 campers in a unique camp activity led by staff)
12:15 Meet up with cabin group at Wilson Lodge steps and prepare for lunch
12:30 Lunch
1:00 Flat on Back! (Rest hour with cabin group, in cabin or outside)
2:00 Activity Block (Challenge Course/ Waterfront/ Archery/ Arts and Crafts/ Camp Store/ Nature Activity, etc.)
3:45 Camper Free Time (free play and socialize in camp and at program areas)
5:30 Back with cabin groups and prepare for dinner
5:45 Evening Flag; ceremony to lower flags and a chance to reflect on the day as a community.
6:00 Dinner
6:45 Kapers- Camper chores with unit groups
7:30 Evening Activity
8:30 Campfire-sing songs, tell stories, perform skits, sit with cabin groups
9:45 Prepare for bedtime
10:00 In cabins and settling in for the night
10:30 Lights out!

*Times may differ depending on age groups.

 

 

 

 

 

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