Tips on how to help your children cope with disappointing cancellations due to coronavirus.
Unfortunately we won’t be able to hold Mini Camp Mother-Daughter Weekend this summer. More details in our blog and video. Emails have been sent home to affected families.
So what if they had to stay home? A camper and a counselor still found a way to bring camp to life through creativity, problem-solving, and fun! Read the blog for more…
The camp industry has always been an immensely cohesive and supportive one, helping each other make camp better all the time. And during COVID-19, we;’ve stepped up our game even more!
Now so many of us are WFH and full-time stay at home parents and the newness of it all has its delights and its difficulties. I look at how it’s affecting our family and want to hear how it’s impacting yours.
You may wonder why we’re still putting out the call for help wanted this summer. Well, we’re planning for the worst and hoping for the best (which also means we’re planning for the best). Read today’s blog for more…
As times change, camp always makes history one way or another. In the time of coronavirus it was hosting our first ever Cyber Campfire to keep camp connected through the quarantine!
THere are about 90 days until camp opens and we’re proceeding as if those three months will be enough time for camp to safely open.
Science proves that fresh air and sunshine are both preventative, and healing in crisis. Make sure your kids get some every day.