We serve all of our meals family style. Each table seats 8 people, and a counselor (or two counselors) sit at each table to serve the meal. For some meals campers sit with their cabin group, and at other meals they are free to sit with whomever they like.
At breakfast we always have a cereal and yogurt bar with a variety of options, as well as a hot breakfast option. For instance, the hot breakfast might be french toast, bacon and eggs, pancakes, bagels, oatmeal, biscuits and gravy, breakfast burritos, breakfast sandwiches, or waffles.
At lunch and dinner, there is always a salad bar and sandwich option in addition to the regular meal. Lunch examples include grilled cheese, chicken tenders, quesadillas, sub sandwiches, pretzel sandwiches, sloppy joes, macaroni and cheese, fish sticks, a hot dog bar, or corn dogs. Dinner examples include spaghetti and meatballs, hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, lasagna or ravioli, meatloaf, pizza, pork roast, roast beef, ham, fried chicken, polish sausage, salisbury steak.
Monday night is always cookout night. Each cabin takes a basket of supplies to a camp site, and prepares their own meal over the camp fire. These meals include hot dogs, walking tacos, camp fire stew, pizza breads, foil dinners, etc.
There are fruits and vegetables available at every meal, and the kitchen usually has apples and oranges available during the day if campers ask.
Each afternoon, before the start of afternoon activities, campers have the opportunity to get a snack at the Trading Post. Each camper can choose one sweet item (e.g., candy, ice cream, popsicle, or soda) and one not-sweet item (e.g., Chex mix, Cheez-its, popcorn, pretzels, or a water).