Bunk LifeThe heart of every camper's experience
Life in the bunk is about having fun, making friends, and learning to live and work well with others. Relationships with bunk mates and counselors are at the center of a camper’s summer family at the Point. We take enormous care to place campers in bunks with others whose personalities and interests are complementary and will promote social development. During the summer, Sue, Erin, and our team of trained key staff members guide campers as they navigate their social worlds and develop lifelong friendships
Two or three responsible and caring camp counselors live in each bunk, and help care for the well-being of the campers. With the perfect combination of natural Adirondack charm and modern convenience, our beautiful log-sided bunks provide a comfortable living space for our campers. Every bunk has modern bathrooms, hot water showers and electricity.
Bunks for New Campers
Before your daughter’s first Point O’Pines summer, Sue or Erin will meet with her to get to know her personality, interests, and goals for her camp experience. This meeting will help us create the ideal bunk situation for your daughter. We welcome new campers into our camp family and help them to develop social connections that are the foundation of their Point O’Pines experience. Before the summer begins, we introduce new campers with other campers their age. In addition, all new campers are a part of our Big Camp Sister Program where we pair younger campers with older, experienced campers who excitedly share memories and traditions with their Little Camp Sisters.