Bunk Nights are planned and run by the counselors of each bunk, and each bunk will participate in its own activity. Bonding with their closest friends is one of the important aspects of these activities. Counselors plan out-of-the-ordinary activities that focus on getting their campers to do things they can’t during the day at CSL.
Village Nights are when each village plans their own activity with the purpose to come together and bond with one another. Village nights range from athletic competitions to pool parties to creative and dramatic performances.
PUPs are most easily explained as one activity for the combined Older Villages (Mohawk, Seneca & Tuscarora) and a separate combined activity for Younger Villages (Cayuga and Onondaga). PUP’s are planned by staff members from each village. PUPs are used to bring out the creative energy in all campers! Every PUP is unique…no repeats!
ACPs involve every camper and staff member in camp. ACP’s often involve mixing campers from various genders and age groups. One of the main goals of ACP’s is to have campers interact with other campers from different bunks and villages. Capture the Flag, our Campstock Talent Show, or a Counselor Hunt are examples of some of these!