The 2017 Summer Camp season has officially ended, and boy did it go by fast. Many thanks to everyone who made our 20th year the best one yet!
As of right now, early registration for 2018 is set to open in February, with Campership forms becoming available around that same time.
In the meantime, please feel free to use our 2017 information as a general reference, or download our brochure by clicking on the image to the right.
Please contact us with any questions you may have. We look forward to meeting you and your campers next summer!
Can't wait for Summer? Check out our School Vacation Camps!
2017 Summer Camp Programs
- Rising K & 1st graders – check out Traditional Starburst Camp!
- Rising 2nd & 3rd graders – it’s Traditional Thunder Camp for you!
- Rising 4th – 5th graders – choose from Traditional Lightning camp or the wide array of Northern Lights Specialty Camps
- Rising 6th – 7th graders – so many options! Traditional Quasar Camp and loads of Northern Lights Specialty Camps.
- Rising 8th – 11th graders – Acadia Teen Camps!
- 15 or 16 years of age? Check out our Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Program.
Letter from the Camp Director
Welcome to summer 2017 with many happy returns! Camp Beech Cliff provides the platform for campers to make life-long friendships at times across the country, and even across the world! CBC campers try new things and take risks in a supportive and well-supervised environment, and even as they trend towards ‘aging-out’ we pull them back in with Acadia Teen Camps.
We are blessed to have some of the finest staff on the planet and to have 60% of our stellar summer team returning. This team of enthusiastic, attentive, warm and welcoming role models will lead campers, returning and new, local and from away, grades K – 11th, through an unforgettable and life-changing camp experience.
NEW! for this summer is a Gaga Ball Pit, rappelling in CBC’s very own quarry, rock climbing at a secret location near the Beech Mountain Valley Trail, and a 30-foot yurt tucked into the woods that will be the home base to Acadia Teen Camps.
Through silly camp songs, a sense of adventure in every program, and braving The Hill daily, CBC campers learn an Appreciation and Affinity for Nature; find Comfort and Confidence in Expressing Oneself; celebrate Exploration and Risk Taking; and value Friendship and Teamwork.
Along with many returning and new programs and counselors, CBC is proud to celebrate its 20th birthday in 2017. Thank you for joining us!
Your camp director,
Sylvie Piquet, Camp Director
P.S. Camp doesn’t end with the campers! There are NEW! events for camper families too. Check out the family pages for returning Friday Night Events and new opportunities for families to connect with camp and each other at two Sunday family camps and weekly Thursday morning meet and greets.