Two days a week, girls were allowed an option period where they could go to the activity of their choice. Each activity was supervised by counselor who is a specialist in that particular field. This option program acted to expand the camp program as well as enrich it. Among the options offered were archery, tennis, softball, volleyball, guitar, trampoline, go-carting, waterfront and arts and crafts. The periods were used to instruct or start projects which could not otherwise have been initiated during the regularly scheduled periods. The program was both popular and successful.