3rd Annual Kindle Event

On Saturday, November 17, we hosted our 3rd Annual Kindle Give Away Event. This event celebrates the accomplishments of our campers who completed our 3rd grade Book Club program over the summer and helps ensure they have the resources they need to continue their love...

Giving Tuesday 2018

At Sherwood Forest, we try to instill our campers with the spirit of giving. That is why our Leadership campers participate in community service during their summer trips - so they can learn that everyone is capable of giving to others, no matter their own...

Journey Graduation 2018

On October 14, the Sherwood Forest community came together to celebrate our 2018 Leadership Program Graduates. One of the graduates, Miette, shared remarks about her experiences at Sherwood Forest: We, the 2018 graduating girls, have grown so much over past 5 years at...

The Last Days of Girls Camp

This summer went by fast! A little over a week ago, we completed our summer sessions. This year we had 158 campers during our Girls Camp session. While we don't have pictures from all of their 28 days at camp, we do have a selection from the final 4 days. In the final...

Annual Report for 2017

It is always important to take a look back and reflect. Even though we are in the thick of 2018, we have been reflecting on our previous year as we put together out Annual Report for 2017. 2017 marked some great triumphs and changes for Sherwood Forest. We continued...

A Glimpse at Boys Camp

It's hard to believe that we're already more than half way through the summer. During our Boys Camp session, 141 campers made Sherwood Forest their home away from home. They spent their 28 days at camp learning new skills, making new friends, overcoming obstacles, and...

Catching up with the Camp Directors

This is an exciting summer for Sherwood Forest. It is a year of transition and change as construction for our new Dining Hall has begun and we’ve welcomed a new Camp Director. One week into camp, we caught up with Sherwood Forest’s Camp Director, Rachel Tutwiler (RT),...

Handling Homesickness

Homesickness is a fact of life. It is human nature to pine for what is known and comfortable. And a stay at summer camp — even for a seasoned camper — can generate pangs of longing for the comforts of home: the family pet, mom, dad, even a sibling that isn’t favored...

17th Annual Blue Jean Ball

On Saturday, May 5, the community came together at Sherwood Forest’s Blue Jean Ball at The Caramel Room to celebrate the strength, growth, and success of the kids of Sherwood Forest and to support their camp experiences. The event raised more than $175,000 and...

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