The spirit of Kimama Half Moon is developed in each and every camper, through interpersonal relationships and fun, exciting activities. Campers receive consistent guidance in choosing activities, discovering new friendships, and the routine of daily living. Discipline, when needed, is used as an opportunity for understanding how inappropriate behavior affects everyone in the group. We encourage and respect the individuality of every one of our campers while helping each child feel a part of camp life. Recognizing individual achievements in the presence of peers is the best way we know of to build and nurture a child’s self-image.
Evenings and weekends are the perfect time for group games, campfires, and theater. Sunsets on the lake are perfect for twilight swims, or fishing. Evenings are also a great time to relax and reflect on the accomplishments of the day. Weekends include offsite trips and overnight camping. The Berkshires offer the finest in culture and entertainment, including Tanglewood (the summer home of the Boston Symphony). For a different kind of fun, there is also the Jiminy Peak Mountain Slide and White Water Rafting.