Meals at Eliot


Most people love meals at Seabeck, which are served family-style in the dining room. Seconds are usually available. When arranged before camp starts, the Seabeck kitchen can provide four alternatives to the regular, omnivorous menu: 1) vegetarian, 2) vegan, 3) no dairy, and 4) no gluten. Make your requests through the Eliot Registar. At check-in you will receive a “special diet” card which your server will ask for at each meal. It is important not to eat special meals prepared for others. If you need something, please ask, the kitchen staff can be very accommodating. A refrigerator in the dining room area is available for those who bring food for special diets or to accommodate children’s preferences. No K.P. duty is required on the part of campers.

Eliot News

==> Had an amazing week in the Young Adult Program! It tied in really well with the theme of the speaker, while also being quite unique. The coordinators were so great and kept things very fun! We had tons of variety in the activities we did each day, and when we had group discussions they both contributed comments and thoughts as well which I found really amazing and have never experienced that in the program before so that was great!!!
Young Adult from British Columbia