YOUR GUIDE TO CAMP SEGONKU
"Picture Day" each camper will receive a t-shirt and have the unit picture taken. It is encouraged that campers wear a Segonku t-shirt daily.
"Spirit Day" PJ day" - Come wearing appropriate pajamas.
"Theme All Camp Day" - special themed based activities will happen in the meadow.
And in appreciation for our PAITs, PAs, and CITs, a special evening activity is offered just for them. A permission slip will go home Monday if we are leaving camp for the event.
Hog Trough ( 16' banana split)
SWAPS day, Campfire with Skits, Overnight Camp Out for 4th grade-up (pending Covid restrictions)
Teams of Adult Volunteers complete to see who can build a 16-ft. banana split the fastest! It's messy, it's fun and everyone gets a bowl full of ice cream (or a popsicle) in the end.
In their unit the campers brainstorms for ideas for the following year. These include camp theme, t-shirt color, and spirit day. Each unit choses a representative to attend a special meeting to vote and narrow down the choices in each category. Then returns to their units to share and vote again. At the final Camper Council meeting, the campers tally the votes and the results are announced on the final day of camp to get the girls excited for the next year!
Campers enjoy searching for Willow Wood Fairy's house in the woods so they can leave her notes full of curious questions. Willow writes back to each camper every day and sprinkles notes with fairy dust, then her home magically appears in another part of the forest for campers to find the next day.
STINKY & BUCK
These camp mascots (plush skunks) are always sneaking around camp and they like to hide in a different spot every day. Whoever finds Stinky or Buck gets a ticket for a small prize.
After morning flag, we do goofy game competitions in the meadow. The campers cheer on their favorite Adult Volunteers and Program Aides. It makes a fun start to the day.
This is Camp Segonku's Bridging Ceremony. It was named by Witchypoo, the 1st PA leader of Camp Segonku. It takes place on Friday morning. We broom CIT to adult, PA to CIT, PAIT to PA, and LIA to PAIT.
On Friday, after lunch the campers enjoy signing each others T-shirt. This makes a wonderful keepsak.
Every day there is a jar full of dozens or hundreds of treats in it. As part of the daily routine, units will go look at the jar and write down their guess of how many items are in the jar. The winner is announced at the end of the day flag ceremony and gets to take home or share the treats with her fellow campers.
ARCHERY / SLING SHOTS
Camp Segonku has an archery range and an certified instructor. We also have a designated area for sling shots.
We offer archery to campers 4th grade and older and sling shots for 1st thru 3rd grade.
All units in camp enjoy making something for them to eat at camp. Every year it is something different.
Fire safety, first aid, knots and lashing, knife safety, orienteering and compass, trail signs, and more.
CAMPFIRE on FRIDAY
This is a time of Songs and Skits put on by our campers. We also recognize our leaders and planning staff.
The morning campfire is for the Brownie, Daisy, and Tagalong (Widgets and Boys) units. Any girls not spending the night are welcome to put on a skit as well. The evening campfire is for the girls spending the night. It takes place after dinner.
FRIDAY NIGHT OVERNIGHT
We offer an overnight for Girls going into the 4th grade (in the fall) and older.
This includes outdoor cooking and songs / skits at campfire.
If you get caught with one of these clothes pins...you will need to do a silly dance.