New Staff! Emily Bennett is the new full-time Outdoor Program Manager assigned to Camp Todd. Emily will be running programs and activities as well as directing the summer camp programs at Todd.
Instructional signs along the Adventure trail at the exercise stations. There are now signs at each of the exercise stations, explaining how to use the element. These instructional signs were donated and installed by volunteers from Central Maryland.
New Archery Course near the zip line. The archery course has a back stop, shed, and new equipment. Come and check it out!
New Floating Dock. This new dock makes it possible to expand the swim area, provide a platform for life guards, and a place to dock the canoes and kayaks.This is a wonderful step in the future progression of the waterfront here at Camp Todd.
New Swim/Wading area at Hideaway. A shallow wading and swim area with a dock is now located at Hideaway. Great for enjoying the water!
New Wetland Study Area. Located near the Lakeview Bridge, there are tables, benches and with the new dock that is close to the water. This is an ideal location for studying the lakes ecosystem, water quality, and so much more.
Adopt a Unit. All camps now have a program called Adopt a Unit. (Similar to Adopt a Highway.) Currently, Tall Timbers, Hideaway, Shady Cove and Whispering Pines have been adopted. We have Canvas Back, Lakeview Lodge, Choptank Lodge and the Program Center are the buildings that have not yet been adopted. Other areas that are possible to adopt are trails, activity areas such as Art Among the Trees, and Music in the Woods.
Spring flowers and trees are blooming! Last fall, troops and service units planted hundreds of donated bulbs. Spring has sprung, and those beautiful flowers are budding all over camp. This spring, SU 88 donated and planted several Redbud Trees. In addition, at Spring Fling over 45 Redbud, and other species of trees were planted. Come see Camp Todd in full bloom this spring!