A summer camp in Worton, MD for kids and adolescents entering grades 4 to 11. known as for Tockwogh tribe of Native People in the us just who lived-in the region. Campers are split into "villages" depending on age and gender. Campers take part in tasks that range from canoeing and tennis, to perfecting the outdoorsy appearance, all that'll help in finding the perfect companion when it comes to all camp dance. Campers look foward toward two dances each program, also two "wet store" priviledges (unlimited candy and soda readily available for a fair price- an excellent oppurtunity to replenish for the rest of the session!), and evening rendez-vous at night on the cabin therapist's weekly night down, the standard "bra and undies night" hurry for girls, the sioux/ ute over night cruising adventure, the sioux/ ute overnight sailing adventure, the chex blend treatment from different body crevices, the nights slept in bathing suits, the iroq's "sardines" cheer, therefore the performing of the shark track at the conclusion of each bonfire. One final bitersweet considered to make you with: "Yeah Cho seashore!"