Campers benefit from a great trail system with a mix of maintained grass, dirt and gravel trails. You’ll enjoy interesting and scenic trails without traffic found on street runs. Trails are on-campus, meaning your feet hit the trails sooner.
At an elevation of 1,900 feet, campus will typically be cooler with less humidity than you’d imagine for the end of July. The average July daytime high is 83 degrees with low humidity.
Campers will have access to the university facilities during downtime. The dining hall is all you can eat, and after many years of camp, they know to expect a run on chocolate milk when we are in town!
This is a 6-night; 7-day XC Camp. A few days is not enough time to get ready for the demands of preseason. Our staff wants to help you get in great shape, learn more about the sport, while having fun!