Boys’ Side, known as The Pride, is the home for our boys entering 7th grade. Campers are encouraged to take pride in their effort, show sportsmanship, be supportive, and take healthy risks. Grenadiers are considered part of “Upper Camp” and enjoy many engaging camp programs, including our unique Bunt & Steal League. As campers get older, the Ramaquois program adjusts to accommodate their different interests and skill levels. Grenadier boys are never bored at Ramaquois!
Ramaquois has become a huge part of Jack’s life. It’s a place where he feels welcome, liked, respected, and happy. Thanks very much to you and your team for making the camp a home away from home for Jack
Adam & Lisa • Parents
Boys’ Side provides endless opportunities for campers to try new things and challenge themselves in athletics, crafts, adventure activities, cultural experiences, and even in the lunchroom. Ultimately, the boys learn to inspire others, make friends, and develop empathy. The Boys’ Side experience provides authentic connections and teaches campers that kindness and courage are extremely valuable qualities that help them become better people.Schedule a call with a director
Grenadiers experience a wide variety of activities. Each day features two water activities, lunch and a balance of athletic and non-athletic activities. The Grenadiers have an elective program, allowing them to pursue a passion at camp.
The daily program is supplemented by exciting special events, making each day at Ramaquois truly unique!
Curious about how COVID-19 might affect the schedule? We are planning to move all activities outdoors, keep groups of campers separate, and institute additional cleaning and safety procedures. For more details, visit our Covid Update Page.
Every day at Ramaquois is different, click here to view a different schedule!
Our Boys’ Side staff members lead by example by demonstrating warmth, caring and kindness for each camper. Counselors teach campers, through athletics, creative and cultural activities, and adventure learning, that taking pride in one’s effort is the best way to separate excellence from mediocrity. By focusing on “pride,” staff members teach our boys how to build great relationships and develop lifelong friendships.About Our Staff
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