Our Philosophy

THIS IS WHAT SETS US APART

My husband and I agree that this was the best experience our daughter could have had in her lifetime thus far! She not only matured in such a wonderful way, but she learned so many great life lessons from the wonderful experiences and guidance that she received at camp!

JESSICA & MARK Z.

Camp is different from school. The opportunities for developing character and building self-confidence and independence are rich and poignant. The bonds formed between children who live together in a cabin for 4 weeks are strong and resilient.

KMKW Philosophy

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KenMont and KenWood Camps provide an experience for campers, family and staff that focus on physical, emotional and social accomplishments. Our team models a strong sense of character and the ability to accept challenges that help build life skills, independence and personal growth. We carry with us KenMont and KenWood’s traditions and memories as a guide to live, share and connect as part of our community.

Competition

The degree of competitive or non-competitive programs is completely flexible based on each child’s choice program. A competitive camper can choose to participate in intramural sports leagues and tournament play, satisfying even the most competitive spirit. Inherent in all our competitive programs are the fundamentals of sportsmanship and fair play. Many campers do not enjoy the competitive dimensions of athletics but wish to participate and improve their skills. Athletics within our core program emphasize skill development and a constant nurturing by our staff to enhance each child’s confidence.

What life skills would you most like your child to develop at camp?

LET’S MAKE YOUR CHILD’S FIRST SUMMER A GREAT ONE

Confidence Teamwork Independence Friendships

Since the first day, our twins have found KenMont and KenWood Camps to be the perfect place. They experience and discover all the things we want for them – friendship, learning and fun. The relationships they have made will follow them throughout their lives. The things they have learned will serve them well as adolescents, teenagers and adults.

STACEY R. & BILL P.