How We Swim: 2021
Rockmont enjoys a spectacular and beautiful waterfront! Our 20-acre lake, fed by fresh mountain streams at the base of the Asheville watershed, is the focal center of our whole camp. When it comes to safety that is good news because all eyes are on the waterfront, and that is how we want it to (...)
Roll, Pull, and Slide through Fear
At 10:30 on a Thursday morning, Lindsay returned to Kayaking for the second time. The first time (...)
Brrring. Brrring. “Good afternoon. This is Camp Rockmont.”
Have you ever called the Rockmont office? If so, then you likely have had the distinct pleasure of (...)
3 Important Lessons from 12 Different Jobs
My first job wasn’t really an actual profession. I just worked for a man named Andy Molatch as his (...)
Staying “Awake” During Social Distancing
We are collectively in uncharted territory. The rhythms that many of us knew from a few weeks ago (...)
How We Swim
Rockmont enjoys a spectacular and beautiful waterfront. We swim in a 20-acre lake, fed by fresh (...)
Moving Dirt & Raising Walls
Check out these updates on our 2020 Projects! Mountain Bike Workshop & Bike (...)
Coronavirus Update, and how we work to treat and prevent communicable diseases.
Updates on Coronavirus in Preparation for Summer Camp The emergence of Coronavirus is a serious (...)
Let’s Get Jamming in 2021!
Music is a big part of camp! We sing. A lot. This year, however, it’ll look (and likely sound) a (...)
How we work with our staff, community, and parents to prevent sexual misconduct.
Rockmont is committed to the growth and well-being of children, and I have begun a series to let (...)