Brown Ledge girls live in attractively designed log-type cabins, each housing four or five campers. The cabin belongs to those girls for the summer: It is theirs to take care of, to decorate, to entertain their friends in, to enjoy.
A mature counselor is responsible for each cabin. She lives close enough to provide adequate supervision, and is always available in case of emergency, but she does not live in the cabin. This gives campers not only some much-appreciated privacy, but also the much-needed independence upon which a genuine sense of responsibility is built. As camp’s founder, Harry E Brown told new Brown Ledgers,