At Keystone Camp, girls ages 7 to 14 participated in activities such as ziplining, rock climbing, gymnastics and tennis while learning how to reconnect again with peers.
On the campsite, campers were required to wear face masks and told to stay only with an assigned group from their cabin. Small groups traveled as a unit throughout their day, eating meals and playing together outside. Handwashing stations were set up outside for campers to use after playing with other campers. At night, the girls slept at opposite ends of the bunk beds in the cabin and in the morning, were assigned chores to keep the cabin clean. Photo courtesy Keystone Camp.