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Specialty Spotlight

May 28, 2020
Specialty Spotlight: Art & Drama

Kasey shows us how make nature dreamcatchers.

Specialty Spotlight: Great Outdoors

Join Ryan in building a bushcraft chair.

Specialty Spotlight: Challenge

Build a tower using spaghetti, tape, string & a marshmallow!

Specialty Spotlight: Colt Camp

Kasey takes us to visit our horses, Destiny & Rusty!

Specialty Spotlight: Sports & Games

Max offers Disc Golf tips & tricks!

Specialty Spotlight: Art & Drama

Melissa shows us how to make paper mâché bowls.

Specialty Spotlight: Great Outdoors

Ryan guides us in fire building.

Specialty Spotlight: Challenge

Kasey is back this week with knot tying.

Specialty Spotlight: Colt Camp

Join Kasey as she shows us how to safely catch and lead a horse.

Camp at Home Activities

May 28, 2020

More fun Friday experiments with Max!

Max is having a popping good time!

Kasey and Einstein hop into fun!

Eryn shows us how to brighten up our breakfast with a fun camp activity!

Kasey challenges us to build our own sky deck!

Max makes an at home obstacle course using simple objects found around the house.

Melissa helps us make our own play dough! You’ll need flour, cream of tartar, salt, vegetable oil, and boiling water.

Max introduces us to a few of the camp animals.

Max shows us how to make newspaper potters for the garden! You’ll need one sheet of newspaper, a jar, soil, seeds, water, and air.


May 28, 2020

Here are some options of things you can do at home this summer. There are videos and linked written instructions. If you have any questions give us a call 434.293.2529 or email [email protected], we are always happy to help!

July 2020, Issue 2

Creation Station: Bubbles

Creation Station: Bubble

What Birds Live Near You? From the Triple C Camp Magazine!


  • A nuthatch’s favorite tree is an Oak
  • There are 24 different species of nuthatches in the world
  • It’s nickname is the upside down bird as it likes to walk headfirst down tree trunks while searching for food


  • Robins are omnivorous and enjoy eating everything from fruit to spiders
  • Mealworms tend to be their favorite food
  • The American Robin is the state bird of three states


  • Cardinals are classified as granivorous meaning they live on a diet of seeds
  • The average lifespan of a cardinal living in the wild is 3 years
  • Another name for the cardinal is the Virginia nightingale

Blue jay:

  • Blue jays normally fly between 20-25 miles per hour
  • This family of birds is considered one of the smartest animals on Earth by scientists
  • Blue jays are not actually blue!  The blue color you see is a result of distorted reflections off their feathers

Tufted Titmouse:

  • These birds usually live in tree holes created by woodpeckers
  • Tufted titmice are usually less than 6 inches in height
  • Known for being active, these birds are often seen hanging upside down while searching under branches for insects
Feed the Birds: Build a Bird Feeder

Build a Bird Feeder

Edible S’mores Cookie Dough

Edible S’mores Cookie Dough

Family Teambuilding Challenge: Watch Your Step

Family Teambuilding Challenge: Watch Your Step

Word Search answer key


June 2020, Issue 1

Creation Station: Solar Oven Build

Triple C Camp Magazine- Solar Oven

Arts & Crafts: Stained Glass

Triple C Camp Magazine- Stained Glass

From the Triple C Camp Kitchen:
S’more Cereal Treats

Triple C Camp Magazine- Camp Kitchen

Family Teambuilding Challenge: Maze

Triple C Camp Magazine- Maze Challenge

Word Search answer key

Virtual Camp: April 6 – 10, 2020

April 10, 2020

We had another great week on Zoom! Here’s where you can see what we’ve been up to:

Monday, April 6, 2020 – Scavenger Hunt with Eryn

Tuesday, April 7, 2020 – Nature Journaling with Melissa

Materials Needed: Paper & something to write with

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 – Dog Sledding with Ryan

Thursday, April 9, 2020 – Horse Language with Kasey

Friday, April 10, 2020 – Spaghetti Towers with Max

Materials Needed: 20 pieces dry spaghetti, tape, string, marshmallow

We hope to see you soon at Virtual Camp!

Virtual Camp: March 30 – April 3, 2020

April 6, 2020

We had a great week of Virtual Camp! Here are the links if you’d like to join in on the fun…

Monday, March 30: Sculptures with Kasey

Materials: playdough or clay

Tuesday, March 31: Origami with Max

Materials: paper, markers, scissors

Wednesday, April 1: Talent Show with Eryn

Materials: Talents!

Thursday, April 2: Bridge Building with Max

Materials: 25 hardcover books, 2 chairs

Friday, April 3: Dance Party with Melissa

Materials: Space to move around

Thanks for joining the fun. We have another week of Zoom coming up at 1:00 EST each weekday, email [email protected] for the link.

Virtual Camp: March 16-27, 2020

March 30, 2020

Missed us on our daily Zoom? Follow the links to see what we’ve been up to!

Each Zoom session lasts around 30 minutes. Necessary materials are listed below the link.

March 16: Games with Eryn & Kasey

March 17: Songs with Libby

March 18: Self Portraits with Melissa

Materials: paper & writing utensils

March 19: Animals with Max

March 20: Yoga & Movement with Kasey

March 23: Scavenger Hunt with Eryn

March 24: Nature Journaling with Melissa

Materials: paper & writing utensils

March 25: Horse Care with Destiny (the horse) and Kasey

March 26: Paper airplanes with Melissa

Materials: paper

March 27: Trivia with Max

Materials: paper & writing utensils

Want more camp fun! Zoom with us every day at 1:00 EST. Find the daily Zoom links on Facebook & Instagram.

Triple C Camp’s normal procedures and how they relate to COVID-19

March 11, 2020

The safety and health of campers and staff is always the highest priority at Triple C Camp. We have always taken great care to develop and maintain medical practices to address a variety of communicable diseases. We believe in being proactive. Every summer we are diligent with camper hygiene education, hand washing, and hydration, while implementing fun along with the education, such as “elbows in the dining hall” vs Hi-5’s… as hands have just been washed prior to coming into the dining hall.

We are diligent with camp’s cleanliness and treat surfaces with appropriate hospital grade germicidal disinfectant cleaners regularly and obsessively. Our current product has been verified by the manufacturer with regard to effectiveness against COVID-19.

In addition to our communicable disease plans being in place we are getting daily updates from our local, state and national public health authorities. We work closely with our local health department and child care licensing agency and strive to maintain proactive effective protocols for the identification of any illnesses that we see in our campers. Our staff are trained to do daily health observation assessments for each camper in their group. Camp will update health and wellness screening policies and procedures to reflect the current best practices recommended by public health authorities.

We will be continually monitoring the status of this situation as summer gets closer. We will proactively communicate with our camp families any updates as new information becomes available.

If you have any additional questions please contact Libby Rothenberg R.N., Owner/Director: [email protected] or 434.293.2529