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The Madness in our Method

Perhaps you have noticed that the outdoor stairs at Rockmont are not exactly straightforward. Hickory Hill is a great example of what has become an authentic Rockmont stairway style. The stairs on Hickory Hill are an adventure, meandering across and around the hill, reminding some of the Swiss Family Robinson and others of Hogwarts. Our […]

What is a Tribe?

There’s history in the name. There’s also belonging. Did you know that our Director, Dan Davis, was once a Seminole? Back in 1983, that’s what we called the Poplar tribe. Dan was a Counselor then and that’s the year he became “Singing Stream” in Council. Three summers later, he became Tribal Director for the Seminoles’ […]

Introducing the Rockmont Aquatic Ropes Course

  Get ready for an over-the-water adventure that could mean years of summer challenge and fun on the Rockmont Waterfront. This new aquatic ropes course at Camp Rockmont is under construction, and it will be complete by this summer! That’s when the adventures begin. The new aquatic ropes course will feature 8 over-the-water challenges, each […]

Man with a Head Like a Ping Pong Ball

We are excited to announce that Innova Disc Golf has designed another Rockmont Legend disc for us! This year’s Christmas gift is an Innova DX TeeBird featuring Man with a Head Like a Ping Pong Ball. All campers who are registered for an overnight camp session by Friday, December 14 will receive the disc. You’ll […]

Father/Son Weekend 2018 – September Rafting Photos

Enjoy scrolling through the album below to see all the fun and adventure from our Rafting Trip at the September Father/Son Weekend. Navigation arrows are inside the photo frame. Clicking on a photo takes you to Flickr to download the photo. Or, you can view and download the entire album on Flickr here.

Cabin Devotion Readings for Classic 4

There are so many voices speaking into our lives. We are a culture that’s oversaturated by messaging, coming at us from a variety of people and organizations while taking a myriad of forms. And so we consider it a great privilege that you would allow us to partner in your son’s development – to be […]

Feed the Fire

A guest post by our Buckeye Tribal Director, Austin Clark, written Friday, August 3. Feed the fire​ is what I did, crouched in the low squat position, just inside the spacious Buckeye fireplace. Rain had fallen on and off most of the day. Faintly, I could hear water droplets hitting puddles behind the lodge–signaling it […]