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…