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Unique Dining, Gathering & Lodging

Campers and rental groups enjoy our unique dining, gathering, and lodging facilities.  Inspired by early American history, our modern facilities offer the comforts of home including heat, air conditioning, and full bathrooms for up to 180 guests.


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See Our Facilities
Day Camp

Grades K-5/AGES 5-10

These young  

​adventurers enjoy:

  • swimming

  • pony rides

  • farm animals

  • field games

  • camp fires

  • nature studies

  • archery

  • marksmanship

  • arts & crafts

  • low ropes

  • Native American Crafts and Dance

and much more!

Themed weeks include favorites such as Pirate and Carnival weeks.


Lunch and snack are provided daily.  

Specialty Camps

Grades 2-11/AGES 7-16 

Our emphasis on Reliving our American Heritage gives campers the chance to try out:

  • Native American dance & crafts 

  • rock climbing & ropes courses

  • survival skills

  • swimming

  • nature studies

  • arts & crafts

  • marksmanship

  • gaga ball

  • field games

Ages 11 and up add:

  • double zip line

  • tubing and canoeing

Ages 14-16

  • archery tag

  • black powder musket


*Overnight Horse Camp

Ages 10-16 Co-ed

Offering beginner to 

advanced instruction in English and Western horseback riding.

*Extreme Tipi Village  

Ages 13-16. Co-ed 

Experience Native American culture while staying in our Willow Rounds Tipi Village.

Camp Friends
Canoeing on Lake William
Jasper and friends at Top Bar Ranch
Pioneer wagon for overnights
Poolside Fun
New pool and Hacienda
Tie dye day
6:1 Camper to Staff ratio
Zipping through the trees
Rock Climbing on our New Tower
Rock Climbing on our New Tower
Camper sand painting -Council Ring
Afternoon Trading Post
Duncan Munson dancing the Hoop Dance
Native American drumming
Extreme tipi village
Forest friends
Thunderbird Lodge
Native American Dance
Day Camp Staff - Pirate week!
Beading in Native American Crafts
Trail rides at Top Bar Ranch
Day Camp learns a new dance
Archery is a favorite activity
Our Activities

Top Bar Ranch​

Horse Back Riding Program

Established in 1942, Puh'tok has been a haven for horse lovers for over 70 years. Today, we offer Top Bar Ranch Summer Horse Camp, as well as year-round riding lessons and trail rides for riders of all ages and abilities. Call 410-329-6590 for more information. 


Challenge Yourself
Zip Line, Rock Climbing 
Ropes Course Adventures

Challenge yourself on our double zip line and high flying squirrel


Conquer our adventure tower - rock climbing wall, giant cargo net, and giant ladder.  


For younger folks, and the less adventurous, we offer a brand new dynamic low ropes course and team challenge wall. 


Our zip line, adventure tower 

and ropes courses are available year-round for field trips, retreats, and rental groups.

Early American History
& Environmental Science

Young people explore hands-on history as they discover Native American history and culture. Pioneer skills such as outdoor cooking, archery, marksmanship and animal care are shared by certified instructors.

An extensive catalog of environmental field programs are offered for all ages.

Call 410-329-6590 for school year field trip information that supports BCPS curriculum standards.

Outdoor Adventure

Whether swimming in our amazing pool, tubing down the Gunpowder River, canoeing on a pristine lake, or getting up close up close and personal with wildlife, Puh'tok offers enough outdoor adventure to keep both kids and adults inspired and entertained all day long, without electronics!

Contact: 410-329-6590 or

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