At Camp Barefoot, campers sign-up individually for the activities they are most interested in. Activity choices include typical camp activities such as tie dye, horseback riding, boating, crafts, and sports. We also offer challenge activities such as our 25-foot Tree House and 35-foot Climbing Wall that are fully accessible, even for those who use a wheelchair. Campers also have the opportunity to attend a camper-led church service on Sunday morning and an overnight camp out over the course of the week. In the evenings, everyone in camp comes together for activities such as the opening campfire, hayrides, ice-cream social, and the dance. By signing up for activities individually, instead of by cabin, campers are able to socialize and participate throughout the day with campers, staff, and volunteers outside their assigned cabin. This presents a unique opportunity to form lasting friendships.