Camp food is great food!
Campers are served an all-you-can-eat, buffet style breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack each full day at camp. Camp meals are on a twelve-day rotation, so with just a few exceptions, campers won’t have the same meal twice in any camp session. Meals at Sandy Hill have a reputation for being healthy, kid-friendly, and delicious! Scroll to the bottom of the page to learn about allergies and special dietary needs.
Pancakes, syrup, blueberries, bacon, honeydew, vegetarian sausage
Scrambled eggs, shredded cheddar cheese, biscuits, jelly, orange wedges
Waffles, syrup, strawberries, whipped cream, pork sausage, vegetarian sausage
Breakfast sandwiches: egg patties, sausage patties, English muffin, biscuits; star potatoes, cantaloupe
And at every breakfast: a yogurt station with fruit and granola, a variety of cereals, and our bagel station
Grilled chicken breasts, rolls, sweet potato fries, lettuce, tomato, cheese, fresh fruit salad
Cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza, veggie pizza, pretzels, apples, fruit roll-ups
Beef cheese steak, chicken cheese steak, fried peppers and onions, rolls, french fries, fresh fruit salad, hummus, cookies
Chicken patties, rolls, onion rings, lettuce, tomato, cheese, corn chips, peaches, veggie burgers
And at every lunch: a make-your-own deli sandwich station, whole fruit, salad bar, and a variety of cereals.
Fried chicken, scalloped potatoes, green beans, pasta, applesauce, rolls, butter; @ the hot bar: hot dogs, buns
Ham slices, corn on the cob, red potatoes, wheat roll sticks, pasta; @ the hot bar: marinara sauce, Alfredo sauce
Sweet & sour chicken, stir fried fresh vegetables, white rice, veggie fried rice, spring rolls; @ the hot bar: chicken nuggets, soy nuggets
Roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, peas, stuffing, gravy, cornbread, cranberry sauce, whole pears, chocolate cream pie; @ the hot bar: manicotti
And at every dinner: the salad bar, whole fruit and a variety of cereals.
Cookies, veggie platter
Apple pie a la mode
And at every snack: whole fruit and a variety of cereals.
Allergies and Special Dietary Needs
With over 450 campers at camp each session, we have many campers with a variety of allergies, sensitivities, and special dietary needs. The most common are peanuts, tree nuts, gluten, and lactose. Our summer menu is almost completely nut free with the primary exception of foods that are processed in facilities that also process nuts. Note that our campus is not nut free in general as we serve many candies in our camp store that contain nuts. At each meal, we have a serving table with ingredient lists for all items on the menu, and one of our special dietary needs chefs is available at every meal for consultation.
We also cater to many special dietary needs including vegetarian and gluten-free as well as many others. If you have specific questions about your camper’s special dietary needs, please email our Food Services Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at (410) 287-5554.