Campers are never bored at Camp Spring Creek. From creative art projects such as woodshop to waterskiing and outdoor education, we keep campers engaged in hands-on learning and active fun.
Western North Carolina is home to a number of artists. We visit local studios and enjoy demonstrations and hands-on instruction by professional artisans.
Water is an integral part of our program. Campers go waterskiing and wakeboarding on local lakes and tubing in local rivers. Older campers take a rafting trip annually. Students have daily opportunities to swim at our camp pool.
Throughout the summer, campers will enjoy activities such as:
And much more!
Our activities’ staff is trained and knowledgeable in the fields in which they teach and supervise, with an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of dyslexic children.
A Sample Camp Schedule
8:30-9:25 Independent guided reading
9:30-10:25 1st period: Typing/Writing
10:30-11:25 2nd period: Tutoring/Art /Swimming
11:30-12:25 3rd period: Tutoring/Art/Woodshop
1:15-2:10 4th period: Tutoring/Woodshop/Swimming
2:15-3:10 5th period: Tutoring/Art/Woodshop
3:15-4:10 6th period: Outdoors
4:15-5:10 Study Hall
5:15-5:45 Cabin/Free Time
6:30-8:00 Group Games
8:00-8:30 Personal Hygiene
8:30-9:00 Read Aloud
9:00-9:30 Quiet Time and Lights Out