Our Camp Programs are immense in offerings and experiences! There is something for everyone. Outdoors and indoors, athletic and artistic, academic, and just pure fun! Take a look at just a small sample of all of the adventures to be had at RSSA. These programs are already included in the camper's daily schedules based on their divisions so there is no need to choose ahead of time.
Every Thursday afternoon the entire campus participates in a fun and engaging activity. Stay tuned for the line up for 2021.
The Independence Day Color Run
The 3rd annual Independence Day Color Run is a fun run for all ages. Every camper will get an opportunity to run a lap or two while our Senior camper helps them get colorful. This instant classic ends with a full camp color eruption of handfuls of color powder being thrown into the air in a celebration of the event. Most campers will run about 1km.
Our youngest campers will have a fun-filled and super cute talent show lead by their counselors. This show will have songs and skits where we are all laughing and impressed by our campers' talent! Acts have included skills such as juggling, playing the piano, and so much more. We can't wait to see what our campers plan to perform this year!
This afternoon event features a bounce house, dunk tank, cotton candy, and popcorn, as well as all the silly prizes a camper could want! Silly games and silly prizes are just the beginning. Campers can dunk their favorite counselor in the tank, get their face painted, or just walk around seeing the sights with their group enjoying their snacks!
RSSA Summer Olympics
Blue vs. White, White vs. Blue who will win in 2021?!?! This afternoon of events has some wacky and some sporty competitions. The campus splits into 2 teams, blue and white. They quickly paint their faces and gear up for the event of the summer. Who will have bragging rights until 2022??
NEW THIS SUMMER: The Scavenger Hunt!
In its inaugural year, this event is centered around exploring our beautiful campus. Camp groups will follow clues that lead them around campus; each stop could have a physical challenge or a brainteaser that groups will need to complete before receiving their next clue…who knows what they might find along the way!