Hey, Camp Folks!
Today, I’m highlighting the brother/sister camps found on the tip of Western North Carolina. We’re shining our summer camp spotlight southeast, just a stone’s throw away from South Carolina as well as Georgia. It’s time to shine our camp spotlight on a couple camps in the national forest down there, Camp Kahdalea for Girls and Camp Chosatonga for Boys.
Both of these gorgeous camps lie on 210 acres in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, bordered on three sides by the Pisgah National Forest. With such an enchanting setting, campers are treated to endless acres of spectacular mountain woodlands. The boys and girls camps are just a mile apart—each of them with its own separate campus with its own lake, clear bubbling streams, and hiking trails
Founded in 1979, this brother and sister camp duo is notorious for a remarkably wonderful staff, made up of awesome role models for your camper. They are dedicated to giving every child opportunities to make life-long friendships, to enjoy adventures and the challenges of all the fun stuff there is to do.
A quick rundown of activities they offer include Backpacking, Tennis, Horseback Riding, Swimming, Canoeing, the High Ropes Challenge Course, Nature Study, Mountain Biking, Drama, Sign Language, Arts & Crafts, Riflery, Rock Climbing, Archery, Fishing, Team Sports, Guitar, and more.
The boys at Chosatonga share the tennis court and riding facilities with its sister camp, Kahdalea. Both Chosatonga and Kahdalea have their own dining hall and lodge, recreation areas, cabins, lakes, and a number of other facilities where the above activities are held.
Make sure to let us know in the comments below if you’re going to Camp Chosatonga or Camp Kahdalea this summer camp season. Have a great stay. As always thanks for reading and happy camping!