Overnight Camp Resources

Huntington Lake

As you consider your options for overnight camps, please let us help you with our library of resources.

Before giving you some Kennolyn specific resources, we’d like to recommend a couple of books written and published by respected authors who are not camp operators but are respected experts in the wider field of child development. You will see that they all agree about the value of the camp experience.

Homesick & Happy – How Time Away from Parents Can Help a Child Grow by Michael Thompson, PHD.

Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder by Richard Louv. Camp at Kennolyn is done outside (with comfortable inside areas for sleeping and gathering.) This book offers compelling evidence that being outdoors helps kids grow up happy and healthy.

Check out our video page

Search for the Huntington Lake specific videos. Kids especially love to sit and watch these short movies about camp. This helps future campers to really get a picture of Kennolyn Camps, Huntington Lake.

FAQs

Click here for our FAQ page. We update it often as new questions come up.

Parent Packet

Click here for detailed information on many Kennolyn Camps, Huntington Lake policies and logistics.

Schedule a call

Email our Camps Director, Andrew Townsend and set up a time to discuss any aspect of your child’s Kennolyn experience. Andrew has been at Kennolyn since 1985. He met his wife here, raised 3 kids here and has spoken to groups across the country about the power of the camp experience. He has served as President of 2 camp associations and believes that there is a camp for every child. There is no better person for you to discuss your concerns or ask questions about any of our camp programs.


Kennolyn Camps, Huntington Lake takes place on a site that is operated under a Special Use Permit from the USDA Forest Service on the Sierra National Forest, California. The camp operates on a non-discriminatory, equal opportunity basis.