Dates & Rates
Sessions Remaining for 2014
2014 CLASSIC CAMP Sessions Remaining
|Session 3||13 Days||July 13 – July 25||Camper: $2850||Limited|
|Session 4||13 Days||July 27 – Aug 8||Camper: $2850||Open|
2014 CATALYST PROGRAM Sessions Remaining
|Session 3||13 Days||July 13 – July 25||Catalyst: $2850||Open|
|Session 4||13 Days||July 27 – Aug 8||Catalyst: $2850||Open|
FINANCIAL POLICY: A deposit of $500 is required to process your application and the balance is due by April 1, 2014. Any cancellation before April 1 will incur a $100 processing fee and the remainder will be refunded to the family. There are NO REFUNDS given after April 1. Should a camper need to withdraw for health reasons anytime after April 1, we will give full credit toward the following year’s registration (minus the processing fee of $100) or refund 1/2 of the total tuition paid. The white water rafting trip, water ski trip and horseback trail ride fees paid can not be refunded after your camper’s session begins.
Register your son for a summer he’ll never forget.
Our 2015 dates, fees, and availability are listed below for resident campers and young men in the Leadership Training Program. You may apply online. Please visit the Day Camp Sessions if you’re interested in sending your son to our Day Camp.
2015 Resident Camp Sessions
Our shortest camp session, Starter Camp is a great way for boys (and parents) to “test the waters” of an overnight camp experience. The structure of this six day program fosters a sense of stability for campers as they rotate through the daily activities with their cabinmates and counselors. These campers participate in a broad selection of the skills and activities offered by Rockmont, while gaining confidence in their ability to plunge into new challenges, make new friends, and interact with the natural world.
|Starter||6 Days||June 7 – June 12||Camper: $1300||Open|
Classic Camp is the next progression from Starter Camp. The longer stay cultivates a deeper level of independence and resiliency in campers, as well as a stronger connection with counselors and peers. In this program, campers focus on learning four skills of their choosing, engage in a wider variety of group activities, and develop a greater appreciation for and comfort with nature as they head into the woods on campouts. In addition to all the usual fun to be had at camp, these campers have the opportunity to register for a variety of off-camp day trips, including rafting, kayaking, waterskiing, and horseback trail rides. These 13 days are classic Rockmont!
|Session 1||13 Days||June 14 – June 26||Camper: $2975||Open|
|Session 2||13 Days||June 28 – July 10||Camper: $2975||Open|
|Session 3||13 Days||July 12 – July 24||Camper: $2975||Open|
|Session 4||13 Days||July 26 – Aug 7||Camper: $2975||Open|
Our 20 day session begins with a four night trip into the wilderness where we set up base camp on the South Fork of the Toe River. From this outpost at the foot of the highest peak east of the Mississippi River, campers will explore the surrounding area, tackle adventurous activities, and tap into the relaxed pace and natural rhythm that is only found in such timeless and wild locations. Upon returning to the home base of Rockmont, campers will participate in all the classic elements of camp including skills, tribal activities, and regular camp outs. Base Camp offers a big dose of nature-based challenge, inspiration, and rejuvenation as well as the traditional Rockmont experience. Hear Director Dan Davis talk about what Base Camp has to offer!
|Base||20 Days||June 7 – June 26||Camper: $4100||Open|
Our 27 day program provides a true peak experience! During the first two weeks, campers will settle into the usual routines of camp life – skills of their choosing, high energy activities, meals in Eden Hall, campouts, quiet moments of reflection, and cultivation of friendships. At the midway mark, they will embark on a unique expedition into the Pisgah National Forest where they will spend two nights at the confluence of Cove Creek and the Davidson River. This adventure into the natural world is the perfect venue for campers to engage in fun, physical challenges such as rock climbing, fly fishing, mountain biking and blacksmithing, and delve deeper into Rockmont’s mission of GROWTH. This signature initiative lays the foundation for campers to return to Rockmont for another two weeks of classic, great fun with an emphasis on targeted individual growth, as well as the opportunity to participate in certain advanced skills offered only to Summit Campers. Hear Director Dan Davis talk about what Summit Camp has to offer!
|Summit||27 Days||June 28 – July 24||Camper: $5150||Open|
Just as a catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction, the Catalyst Leadership Training Program at Rockmont challenges its participants to consider what they can do here and now for their communities at home, at school, and wherever God calls them. Young men today have not been told enough that they are both needed and able to do significant things. Rather than allowing young men to live into a state of prolonged adolescence, the Catalyst Program calls these young men to begin taking those necessary next steps toward adulthood.
|Session 1||13 Days||June 14 – June 26||Catalyst: $2975||Open|
|Session 2||13 Days||June 28 – July 10||Catalyst: $2975||Open|
|Session 3||13 Days||July 12 – July 24||Catalyst: $2975||Open|
|Session 4||13 Days||July 26 – Aug 7||Catalyst: $2975||Open|
FINANCIAL POLICY: A deposit of $500 is required to process your application and the balance is due by April 1, 2015. Any cancellation before April 1 will incur a $100 processing fee and the remainder will be refunded to the family. There are NO REFUNDS given after April 1. Should a camper need to withdraw for health reasons anytime after April 1, we will give full credit toward the following year’s registration (minus the processing fee of $100) or refund 1/2 of the total tuition paid. The white water rafting trip, water ski trip and horseback trail ride fees paid can not be refunded after your camper’s session begins.