Camp Housing Options
Camp fees include all program fees, plus meals and housing. Campers are housed in our cabins, each of which contains several bunk beds with a large bathhouse and shower pavilion nearby.
The Rowe Center has a long history of social justice and social awareness. For years the Rowe Camps have worked to be a pillar of safety, equality, and responsibility in the lives of the youth who make up our community. We live in an ever changing world and Rowe strives to be on the forefront of positive change and growth. As growth is happening in our communities, we’ve received requests to offer spaces that are more inclusive of non-traditional gender identities and presentations, which we have started implementing in the older camps, in years past.
With that in mind, we would like to introduce what we hope is another step forward for Rowe, as we expand these spaces to all Rowe Camps. Over the past few years our community has begun to include more Queer, Trans, and Questioning members. To help accommodate campers coming into camp who may not have a traditional sense of gender, we are offering a Gender Neutral cabin option.
What this would mean is that campers who volunteer to be in this cabin would be provided a space where they do not feel the pressure to identify with a common gender binary of “boy” and “girl.” It is also a space for those who are interested in being an ally around issues of identity or for differing reasons prefer to be in a gender-neutral cabin.
By providing gender-inclusive spaces at Rowe, we aim to create a camp environment where campers can be the most comfortable with those with whom they live. It is our mission to foster an atmosphere that values diversity and promotes the dignity of all campers.