RADical Attachment Camp ’12 will be held at Arlington Beach Camp. It boasts a wonderful central building, big dining hall, water front (bring your life jackets for younger kids), a corral for the horses, larger cabins for big families and a tranquil setting. Cabins are rustic with electricity, but with no internet.
For a map of the facilities, click here.
There are many activities available for families. Some will have extra costs. There are no end of activities for you to enjoy. From challenging yourself on the climbing wall to taking a relaxing walk on the beach.
Basketball: Builds endurance, develops concentration. It teaches about being a good team player, a lesson that will be useful in many areas of life. A team player understands what it means to strive for common goals, share power, take risks and support others efforts.
Canoeing: Canoe on the Marina or head out onto the lake. Canoeing is an excellent avenue to help individuals learn to work together. Canoeing can be a physical challenge too.
Nature Hikes: The area around Arlington Beach is used by a large variety of wildlife. Large animals include white tale and mule deer, coyote, or fox. Smaller wildlife include squirrels, beavers, muskrats, rabbits, gophers, ducks, geese, pelicans, swans, eagles, hawks and approximately 180 different species of small birds and the occasional snake.
At the waters edge explore an active beaver lodge, and many marsh plants. In the water you can often see cat fish, minnows and different marsh plants. There are endless discoveries for those with a discerning eye.
Sports Field: A large sports field is available for field games.
Swimming: Can be fun at any time of the spring, summer or fall and for the occasional brave one – even winter.
Trail Rides: Experience the adventure of horseback riding. Basic riding and safety instruction are given before the ride begins. Riding activities include arena rides and trail rides.
Trampoline: The trampoline is always a hit. It can help individuals improve their balance, agility, rhythm and endurance.
Wall Climbing: Offers an excellent opportunity for participants to challenge themselves physically and emotionally, while receiving support from members of their group.
Zip Line: Builds self-esteem and pride. Riding down the zip line over a body of water is both challenging and exciting.