Our Brother/Sister camp structure is designed to allow our boys and girls to experience the distinctive friendship and fellowship of a single-sex camp, while still living together as part of a dynamic co-ed community. As part of this balanced approach at Camp Robin Hood, our Girls Camp and Boys Camp are located on different ends of our campgrounds. Each and every one of Girls Camp cabins open up into a spacious common area, including swings, tether-ball courts, a playground, and a basketball court. Our Girls Camp layout is designed to foster a real sense of community between our female campers of all ages. Our Boys Camp is located closer to our spectacular lake, and features cabins that include their own Ping-Pong tables, showers, and even indoor basketball courts. At Robin Hood, our primary focus is on creating an environment in which our campers can develop friendships and relationships with their group-mates and counselors. In keeping with this focus, daytime activities at Robin Hood are all conducted as single-sex activities. As parents of both sons and daughters, we recognize, too, that it is important for our campers to learn how to develop healthy, age-appropriate relationships across our two camps. Our Girls Camp and Boys Camp come together every day for meals and assemblies, and engage with one another regularly during all-camp activities such as dramatic productions, talent shows, and athletic events.