A Typical Day at Camp Akeela in Vermont
Below the following daily schedule, you’ll find a slideshow which presents a more visual view of a day at Akeela.
Campers get dressed, make their beds, brush their teeth and wash for breakfast
Campers eat as a bunk.
Counselors guide campers as they help bunkmates keep their bunk neat and clean.
Campers meet daily as a bunk with counselors and key staff to discuss bunk concerns, individual and group goals, and to preview the day’s schedule
||First Activity Period
Bunk groups go to activities together with their cabin counselors
||Second Activity Period
Counselors supervise free play, and campers wash for lunch
||Rest Hour + Preview of Afternoon Schedule
||Third Activity Period
||Specialty Period 1
Campers are empowered to choose two activities each week to “specialize” in
||Specialty Period 2
The entire camp community meets to recognize camper achievements, read from the suggestion box, and look ahead to upcoming activities
A mixture of all-camp events, special interest exploration and small-group games
||Snack + “Day In Review”
Campers enjoy a healthy snack while participating in a nightly bunk check-in activity
||Bedtime varies depending on age.
Please click on the first slide, then use the “Next >” button to scroll through the slideshow.
Beneath each slide, we’ve included a brief explanation of that activity or time of day.
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