Carole, since the itinerary can change between now and then, I won't post it until we get closer to our dates, but it will be a lot more relaxed and family-oriented (rather than public school-oriented, like the other camp).
We'll have science/history programs during the day, and during the evening we'll have bonfires (and s'mores) with pirate stories, history hay rides, and free time to socialize. There's a pool, game room, and more available to us at no extra cost. Do you remember the picnic area we sat at one night just to talk and relax at the other camp? We were actually supposed to rent that before using it. That's one of the reasons I decided against going there again this year (there were more reasons, too, though).
I think we'll enjoy this camp a lot better. The facilitators are fine with parents dropping kids off, then picking them up again (although they would like a few parents to hang around and help). And younger children (under kindergarten) can tag along, as long as parents stay with them and remove them if they get bored and cranky.
They're developing this program just for us, so there isn't a link to it for more info. But I will give everything a list of activities, what we'll need to bring, etc., before we leave so we'll be prepared.
Let me know if you have any other questions.