Campers play in a wide variety of ways each day, from indoor board games to frisbee golf across the campus. While there are opportunities for skill-based instruction while cradling a lacrosse ball, playing a tennis match, or kicking a soccer ball across the field, more often campers are playing just for fun. These games help campers learn the importance of good natured fair play and teamwork. A game of water polo builds endurance, while mountain bocce ball gives campers the opportunity to explore the heights of our campus in a new way. Games may be as energetic as Capture the Flag or as quiet as a chess match in front of the fireplace. Sports and games at Camp, like many of our activities, are meant to nurture the joyful energy of childhood, to allow time for practice and growth, and to encourage campers’ own creativity.