Overnight and Day Camp
Overnight camp is safe, and lots of fun!
Dogs at Camp is very different to a traditional dog boarding kennel.
Here at camp, we have a beautiful new, very roomy country barn, with lots of indoor play space, and big cushy rooms for nighttime comfy sleeping. The indoor playroom leads out to a huge fenced (two acre!) outdoor park. The building is fully climate controlled with central air conditioning, radiant in-floor heating, an air filtration and circulation system, a closed circuit audio and video monitoring system, and filtered drinking water. Our Camp Counselors get to know every dog’s name, personality, and special needs, and each and every dog is given personal affection and attention. Also, the owner of the camp lives on the property, and the property is never left unattended.
Some of our clients’ dogs sleep in crates or kennels at home, and they often prefer that we continue that routine here at camp. Otherwise, most dogs are used to sleeping on their beds (or their owner’s beds!), and those dogs bunk in a room here, together with a small group of their friends. They all get comfy pet pillows and blankets. Yes, dog camp life is good!
Overnight campers can come for just a night, a weekend, or for weeks at a time!
Day camp too?
Sure! Why leave your dog at home alone all day, when he or she can be enjoying camp life? No more sitting around dozing and watching the clock until you come home. Your dog will be exercising, socializing, playing, hiking, swimming (if he/she chooses to), enjoying the country air, and soaking up the view of acres and acres of rolling hills and valleys. Sounds picturesque, doesn’t it? Yes, we do actually have rolling hills and valleys – you’ll see that when you visit!
Some day campers come for a day of fun once in a while, and others are regulars!
We invite you to come up for a tour, with your dog of course. See for yourself what camp is like, meet our staff, and ask them all of the questions you may have.
We’re open all year round. Click to schedule a tour!