Jeff Lake Camp offers activities ranging from swimming, kayaking and sailing to cooking and pottery. “We are trying to give a nice and balanced opportunity to try a lot of different activities,” Rynar states.
In her older campers, Rynar describes seeing an authentic self, rather than a “social persona.” At the camp, there are no bad hair days and no outfits that aren’t right. “Our hair is in ponytails and none of my staff have makeup on,” she says. “We are role models for our girls.”
Jeff Lake Day Camp has provided a fun and loving environment for campers to have the summer day camp experience of a lifetime, ever since the first group of children arrived in 1958.