A Tradition of Fun Since 1898, Camp Greenbrier is a place to have fun, learn new skills, and make lifelong friends. Greenbrier is the oldest privately owned camp in the U.S.
Type Of Stay
Resident Camp Day Camp
7 - 17
$901 - 1000 (week)
More About Camp
A Tradition of Fun Since 1898, Camp Greenbrier is located in the Alleghany Mountains along the beautiful Greenbrier River in Alderson, West Virginia. It is a wonderful, safe place where campers have fun, develop self-confidence, and make lifelong friends.
Boys 7 to 15 years old take part in the traditional camp program that includes archery and rifle, rock climbing, canoeing, snorkeling, kayaking, baseball, basketball, soccer, golf, tennis, swimming, lacrosse, and many others. These campers get to choose all of their own activities.
Campers who are 16 to 17 years old, or those who have completed the 10th grade, take part in the Leadership Academy. The Academy gives every participant the chance to discover his leadership potential in a dynamic three-week program. Outdoor activities like rock climbing, AirSoft, white water canoeing, a challenge course, and rafting on the New River are combined with instruction in areas such as time management, goal setting, public speaking, and leadership methods.
Camp Greenbrier has been owned and operated by the same family for three generations. The counselor to camper ratio is 1 to 3. And the food is great!
Activities and Features
Religious Emphasis None
Academic General Academics Math English Reading Language Studies
Outdoor Activities General Outdoors Mountaineering Climb and Rappel Backpacking Hiking Rock Climbing Caving
Competitive Events Competitive Events Intra Camp Competition Inter Camp Competition
Individual Sports General Individual Sports Archery Riflery Golf Tennis
Team Sports General Team Sports Baseball Basketball Lacrosse Soccer Volleyball
Water Sports General Water Sports Instructional Swimming Recreational Swimming Canoeing Fishing Kayaking Rafting Snorkeling
Arts and Crafts General Arts and Crafts Ceramics Woodworking
Miscellaneous Environmental Leadership Skills
Other Activities 72' Tube Slide into River Track Wrestling