The Susquehannock Camps encourage the moral, social, and physical development of campers. Through a combination of athletics and adventure activities, family-style dining, and cabin life, campers create life-long friendships and discover their own potential. Campers embrace tolerance and respect for others, learn how to deal gracefully with conflict, and develop a sense of fair play. The program is designed to engender * self-reliance, * self-confidence, * sportsmanship and * leadership. Operating as brother and sister camps, Susquehannock for Boys and Susquehannock for Girls run independent programs across the 100-acre campus. Each camp has its own individual traditions that its campers hold dear. Some co-ed activities are organized for older campers. On site cabins, lakefront, sports, leadership course, non-traditional activities, trips, arts & crafts, wood craft, drama, campfires and mixers round out our extensive program.