Our Cabin Counselors offer a wide range of traditional summer camp activities ranging from newcomb, capture-the-flag, to water activities on beautiful Lake Dunmore, like canoeing and kayaking to exploring nature on-campus. The range of activities is limited only by safety and the creative ideas of our staff.
Evening activities include capture-the-flag, blob tag, campfire skits, s’mores and songs, attendance at our faculty concerts, and star gazing.
With 450 feet of lake frontage, Lake Dunmore beckons. We offer canoeing, kayaking, and swimming on our lake. Certified lifeguards supervise all swim periods. And the water isn’t cold, really.
N’Arts and Crafts
Creative expression is definitely encouraged at Point CounterPoint. The NArt (Nature + Art) Barn is a good place to let your creativity loose to make giant monsters out of cardboard, a white ash painting, gnome homes, interpretive art or something you decide to create from nature.
Surrounded by nature on the shores of Lake Dunmore and at the foot of the Green Mountains, Point CounterPoint is the perfect setting to explore nature and to nurture a greater appreciation for the natural world that surrounds our camp. Boating and swimming on the natural lake brings the wonders of the natural world close. Campers start to understand their responsibilities for our physical world. Nature at our doorstep enhances the musicality of the camp.
Favorite sports at camp include knock-out basketball, ping-pong, ultimate frisbee, newcomb, soccer, badminton, pick-up games and tournaments. Early morning runs/jogs and lake dips are offered.
Campers have numerous opportunities to be dramatic and are called into action for campfires, evening improv games and cabin inspection. These imaginative skits are real camp traditions and provide laughter and memories.