Credit: Camp Shohola
Camp Shohola, established in 1943, is a sleepaway camp for boys aged 7-16. Serving up to 150 campers each summer, Camp Shohola aims to provide a happy and safe environment where each camper has fun, has a positive experience, matures, and has the opportunity to expand his boundaries and self-knowledge.
- Landsports offers plenty of opportunities for competition in archery, basketball, lacrosse, riflery, rugby, soccer, tennis, and other sports.
- Watersports on the 70-acre Lake Greeley include boating, fishing, wake boarding, sailing, water polo, swimming, and water skiing.
- Outdoor Adventure includes backpacking, hiking, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, ropes courses, and a climbing wall.
- Shohola’s equestrian summer camp offers instruction in English Saddle horsemanship, animal care, and stable management.
- Communications and Technology activities introduce coding, digital photography, debate, electronics, radio broadcasting, robotics, video production and journalism.
- Arts & Crafts allow boys to experience pottery and ceramics, drawing, stained glass, rock band, and wood shop, among other creative arts.
- Special activities throughout the summer will engage boys in cookouts, campfires, dances, a carnival and other special theme-based days.
Bus transportation is available from Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York City. Airport pickup is available from Newark Liberty in New Jersey (preferred) or John F. Kennedy in New York. An additional fee applies.
Dates and Rates
Tuition is a flat rate based on the number of sessions for which the camper is registered. Campers may register for two, three, four, or five weeks, or for the entire 7-week summer season, which runs from June to August.
Check the website for current deposit requirements as well as special offers and discounts.
Sister Camp – Camp Netimus
Camp Netimus, located in Milford, PA, approximately 14 miles from Camp Shohola, is a separate camp for girls. The two camps will come together from time to time throughout the summer to enjoy dances, field trips, tournaments and other joint activities. In addition, campers who have a sister at Camp Netimus will enjoy bi-weekly brother-sister visits.
Camp Shohola is inspected and licensed annually by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for drinking water, public bathing facilities, and food service.