The Susque tradition of excellence continues with our Winter Camp meals. Campers are served three meals a day and nightly snacks. In addition to all of the raved-about Susque staples, warm, hearty foods are intentionally served at Winter Camps to keep campers feeling their best.
Susque strives to provide nutritious, desirable meals. We ensure that your camper gets healthy servings of fruits and vegetables throughout the day and stays hydrated. Additionally, we encourage campers to consistently have a full water bottle with them.
View a sample menu.
Beyond the types of food served, we intentionally use round tables and family-style dining. This is to promote conversation around the table and a sense of inclusion.
Food Allergies & Dietary Restrictions
Susque handles dozens of food allergies and restrictions every winter. Our Food Service Manager has taken the time and initiative to ensure that Susque is able to handle most allergies and preferences, while still ensuring high-quality, filling meals. We strive to ensure that allergies and restrictions are handled in a discrete manner. Often, the camper will receive the same meal as their fellow cabin or tentmates, with substituted items to meet their health needs.
To notify us of your camper's food allergy or restriction, you will be provided a place on your camper's health form*, due two weeks before your camper's arrival. Our Food Service Manager may call you for further clarification. If something should change after you submit your health form, we request that Susque be notified within two weeks of your camper's arrival or we cannot guarantee accommodation. Health forms for Freeze, Frost, and Chill campers can be accessed by logging into your CampInTouch account.
*Blast campers will be given an opportunity to list allergies and preferences on their application form.
If you have any questions, feel free to call us (570-998-2151) or email our Food Service Manager directly.
Campers are housed in one of our cozy lodges or winterized cabins. Lodging is separated by gender and overseen by several counselors in each lodge.
Each lodge has a central lounge for hanging out, porches for winter gear, multiple bathrooms, twin-sized bunk beds, and plenty of heat.