We are very pleased to have your family as a member of the Keystone family for the upcoming summer. Please review this page for answers to your questions about preparing your daughter to leave home, traveling to camp, and life at Keystone during the summer. We will update this information throughout April and May as we prepare for the summer.
Once you’re ready for camp, learn how to get here and what to do once you arrive. Pisgah National Forest, Dupont State Forest, and Gorges State Park are great places to start. Don’t miss out on what Brevard has to offer!
Our summer photos page has all the information and instruction you’ll need to get access to camp photography.Access Summer Photos
Our handbook provides full details on making your daughter’s summer at Keystone Camp a success.Download Now
Keystone strives to develop the total girl on an individual basis. In a beautiful mountain setting, a Keystone girl learns the value of developing skills that last her lifetime. She learns the importance of friendships and the special feeling of being part of a group. She is challenged mentally and physically to become accomplished, and through challenges she grows in wisdom and maturity.
Although your daughter is the one who is attending camp; we realize that this may also be a big deal for the family. We have provided more information on the following pages to help you and your daughter feel comfortable and prepared for a great summer. Please feel free to contact us with any questions about life at Keystone.
Page Ives Lemel
Owner & Executive Director