Who will be your child's friends at Camp Robin Hood?
Our campers live in the eastern states from Maine to Florida, in
mid-western cities like Cleveland and Chicago, in the western states of California,
Utah and Colorado, and even far away places like Venezuela, Kuwait, Italy, France, Mexico, Japan and
Spain. The camper return rate is high
(95 percent is usual for Junior Camp), and these friendships truly last a lifetime.
Hear from some of our campers and learn about life at Robin Hood...
Boys and girls at Robin Hood live and participate in activities as a group made up of kids their own age. The campers and their counselors live in spacious cabins. Cabins are often divided into two halves called bunks with a joint central area that includes a ping-pong table and bathrooms. Junior camp bunks (ages 11 and under) house approximately five campers and two counselors, while Senior camp bunks average six to eight campers and two counselors.