Camp Sick?

Summer 2016 ended 9 days and 21 hours ago. That is “real life” time. In CCB time it feels like a full month has flown by! And we have missed everyone and the excitement of life at camp every single minute. Since our campers and staff headed off on new adventures we back at home base…

Spring Preparation Means Summer is Near!

I am sure everyone working at a summer camp has walked outside into warmer weather this week and thought “Summer is on its way!” and at CCB this was no exception. Spring is a time for preparation at Camp Carolina, the staff are hired and are preparing for the summer of a lifetime, most of our…

Promo DVDs and Pizza Parties!

Here at CCB summer feels like a life time ago… The temperature has dropped, quietness has replaced chaos but surprise, surprise-its still raining! We have now turned our focus to working on ensuring that summer 2014 is our best summer yet. We have several maintenance projects under way improving old facilities and adding brand new…

Newts Cabins… What’s going on?

We like to think the Camp Carolina Maintenance Crew are the hardest working team in North Carolina! When all the campers and counselors headed home in August the team have been busy working on a variety of tasks in rain, snow and sun to keep Camp Carolinas reputation as the best place on earth going strong!    …

Share your Amazing Camp Carolina Experience with Other’s Online

The world-wide web and social media sites are the most effective and fun way to communicate information with others and keep in touch with what’s going on all over the world with just a click of a button. We here at Camp Carolina want our campers, parents, alumni and staff to keep connected and informed with everything…

Bridge Building in Nicaragua with JJ

This year my travels took me to Central America surfing the waves of the Pacific Coast from Panama to Nicaragua.  The bulk of my trip was spent in a small fishing village in southern Nicaragua called Playa Gigante.  Gigante is a small town with around 450 locals. Arriving in the rainy season in Late October,…

National Geographic Adventurer of the Year Called Camp Carolina Home!

Andrew Skurka is quickly becoming a well-known name, especially within the outdoor industry. Andrew was named National Geographic Adventurer of the Year as well as Outside Magazine 2011 Adventurer of the Year after completing some of the most difficult outdoor adventure trips in the world. So far Andrew has completed multiple impressive trips including hiking the local…

Camp Carolina Shares Dupont State Forest With… The Hunger Games!

Anyone who has ever been to Camp Carolina will have had the amazing opportunity time and time again to explore the natural beauty that we are lucky enough to have in our back yard… Dupont State Forest. Camp Carolina staff and campers visit the forest, almost daily on a variety of trips, including Horse Riding,…

Spring time!

Call Camp Carolina staff ambitious but we are saying “gone are the days of winter!” Goodbye to the cold winds, snow flurries and frozen ground, and Hello to picnics on the OD field, flip-flops and weekend hikes! As summer approaches everyone working at CCB get’s busier! The maintenance team are currently finishing up on several projects including…

How Did We Go @ ACA National Conference?

After a very busy few weeks of office work, Ec, Alfred, Phil, Anton and Kylie were ready for a week in Atlanta for a change of pace. The international ACA conference is held in a new location each year and this year we were lucky enough to have it hosted only 3 hours away from Camp…

New Trail and Bridges Complete! (Plus some Valentines love!)

  They have also been working on a new trail that starts by Archery/Riflery/Fencing and follows the creek looping past camp fire, and at the base of the mountain before meeting up with the road near the sand filter. They have constructed some awesome bridges to cross the river, either during a short hike or Mountain Bike. So far…

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year… What will 2012 bring?

Christmas day arrived and although it was not white, it bought with it a beautiful blue sky and white frost. We got thinking how different Christmas is celebrated by our campers and counselors all over the world, but one thing would always be in common-Christmas is a time to be spent with friends and family. The…