Arriving there you will be introduced to your counselors and be escorted to a destignated area for medical check in. After that you will do a swimming test, and then return to your cabin for goodbyes and then some cabin bonding time. After dinner is the traditional opening campfire where you are introduced to all of the counselors and current CITs. Then you go back to the cabin for some cabin time. At 9:00 to 10:30 (depending on your cabin) is lights out.
The next few days will be filled with fun activities and themed days such as "swinter" (summer in the winter). On Tuesday nights you take a bus to Joslin (the boys' Diabetes camp) for "Tuesday Dance Night" where your counselors dress up in camp-made costumes and on Wednesdays you have cookout night, with a campfire, burgers, s'mores, and throwing corn into the lake if your Couselor happened to dress up as Ohio for Tuesday Dance Night (long story, if you were in S3 2016 you know what I'm talking about).
If you were lucky you may also have "night watch" a traditional once-a-summer night where you sleep outside and take turns tending for the fire throughout the night with the other cabins.
On the last night you will have the closing campfire, with the torch swim and lots of sad campfire songs.
I really hope you consider going to this camp. I swear you won't regret it.