A perfect age for the adventure of camp, Pioneers are able to foster their sense of enthusiasm and independence with the support of their counselors. While participating in daily swimming, cabin, and open activities, Pioneers also have the power to shape their own camp experience through a selection of a program areas (Tracks) in which to develop skills. Tracks include instruction in Nature, Team Sports, Target Sports, Creative Arts, Adventure, Horse Lessons, Sailing, Canoeing, Kayaking, and Snorkeling. Introductory skills are taught at the Pioneer level with more advance skill development opportunities for campers when they return in future years. For a one-week or two-week session, campers are able to focus on growing as an individual and creating true friendships. At this crucial age, Pioneers are able to unplug from technology, step outside their comfort zone and gain confidence in a safe environment of their peers.