School of the Open
Established in 1903.
At Mowglis, Campers Cultivate Essential Skills:
Communication, Problem Solving, Teamwork,
Perseverance, and Leadership)
At Mowglis, boys have fun while working hard towards developing expertise and achieving goals within their chosen activities.
At Camp Mowglis, Boys Learn:
Adventures and lessons he will value forever.
A true summer camp experience…
Developing the Skills and Experience
For Success in Life.(
Note: Parking at Crew Weekend is in the Upper Ball Field.
Friday, August 1:
5:30 – Trustees’ reception and cookout for alumni at Baloo Cove
7:30 – Guests and Alumni Arrive
7:45 – Pep-Rally
- Lighting of the Bonfire
- Racing Crews receive Crew Shirts
8:45 – Parents and Guests Depart
Saturday, August 2:
1:30 – Visitors are welcome starting at 1:30 on Saturday afternoons. (While boys are at Relax) for a reception at Graybrothers with remarks by Nick & staff introductions
2:35 – First Call for Assembly to make parade preparations
2:50 – Parade to the Waterfront
3:00 – Crew Day Races
5:00 – Colors and oar raising
- Campers to Soak
- Parents to reception in Baloo Cove (no campers)
- Cookout on the Lower Ball Field
7:45 – 9:00 – Evening Program
Sunday, August 3:
9:30 Parents can arrive to pick up their boy(s) and friends.
10:00 – Sign boys out at Headquarters, back at 3:30
1:30-3:30 – Open waterfront – parents can swim, boat with campers
4:00 – Chapel; Parents welcome to attend
Friday Night, August 8:
7:45 Colors followed by campfire and Inner Circle ceremony
9:00 Parents depart
Saturday, August 9:
2:30 Parents arrive at camp
2:30-5:00 Tennis and Archery tournaments and boating at the waterfront
5:15 Parents depart for dinner (without campers)
7:30 Parents arrive back at camp for evening
8:00 Candlelight Chapel ceremony
8:30 Candle boats at the waterfront
9:15 Parents depart.
Sunday, August 10 – Last Day at Camp:
9:30 Assembly at Gray Brothers Hall for Ribbon Ceremony and Riflery Awards
10:00 Mrs. Holt’s Day celebration and graduation
11:30 Campers depart