Brother/Sister Camp

TWO CAMPS. ONE MISSION.

As brother/sister camps, KenMont for Boys and KenWood for Girls operate as two camps under a common philosophy and leadership — each with equal but separate facilities. Both camps have their own staff, programs, culture and traditions.

Do you have to have a brother or sister to come to camp?
No — only a fraction of our campers come with a brother or sister. A brother/sister camp means boys and girls enjoy separate programs while sharing some co-ed experiences together like camp BBQs, themed events and a few evening activities.
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90% of the camp experience is like that of a single gender camp. This gives children the freedom to try new things without the pressure of a co-ed atmosphere.

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KenMont and Kenwood have been amazing and wonderful experiences for both our children, Kiara and Christopher. We are so happy and proud to hear them express how much fun they’ve had. Brother and sister cannot wait for camp to start

DONA & ANGEL O.

The camps join together from time to time for special events such as 4th of July Fireworks Celebration, Carnival, Theater Presentations and well supervised Socials.

Having a boy and two girls, we have been involved with both the boys’ and girls’ sides of camp. From the division leaders and counselors to the specialists and more, we cannot say enough about the care given to our children. We have always felt they were not only safe but focused on, listened to and appreciated.

AMY & ED N.
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Lots of families choose us because it’s reassuring for a younger camper to know that their older sibling is nearby.

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