If you think screen time, e-everything, social media, and “Smart” Phones were reason enough for your child to get away to summer camp then imagine how much more it’s needed after so much quarantine time!
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!
Family Camp Director Stephanie Astley makes a case for why your family should come to Family Camp this summer.
Three of our Admin Team members attended the Mid-Atlantic Camp Conference (MACC) for compelling sessions on staff development, camp programming, camper experiences, and even risk management. Read the blog today for more…
We created a couple of photo galleries with some of the pics we snapped at the recent DC and Richmond camp reunions.
Casey attended another camp conference recently and is excited by the wonderful new staff training ideas he was exposed to. Read today’s blog for more…
Over the years we’ve been very involved with The American Camp Association. And to add to that, now our Program Director Casey Tucker has taken on some volunteer leadership roles with the organization.
Do you worry about homesickness at camp? Or about missing your child too much? These do’s and don’ts will help you prep your child and yourself for a successful summer!
New Leaders-In-Training Head Teresa Padgett went to the national American Camp Association Conference and learned so much that she’s bursting at the seams to tell you about!