Martin tried the Boys and Girls club at Chautaqua.
Here’s one of the gyms. We were disappointed with the day camp. The duration was only 5 hours a day and it was very unstructured and not programmed nearly as well as the adult programs. We abandoned the camp and attended other events inside and outside Chautaqua that were more rewarding.
Our front porch is the equivalent of the dock at a cabin.
Hanging out on the porch was a good place to chat and eat dinner.
This is the Hall of Philosophy where most of the lectures in the inter-faith studies were held for her class from Meadville-Lombard. The broad range of speakers and faith traditions made it a good place for such a class.
Lake Chautaqua is a 17 mile long lake that is along the Institute.