Wonder what a first time away at camp is like, especially for younger campers? Read our interview with a Mini Camper to find out about her 8 days and nights away from home!
Parents are finding that their kids benefit from life skills, like being a self-starter, resilience, and personal responsibility. Camp can help get them there!
Love camp? Help spread the word about Summer 2017 by hosting a camp interest party. Or invite a friend and her child to attend one near you.
We recently attended a one-day workshop and presented insight from our situation with the flood this summer.
A new page on our Website brings together articles, blogs, podcasts, books, videos, and other resources helpful to parents in all steps of the camp journey.
Camp Counseling jobs offer a compelling array of skill sets to develop, and opportunities to gain more responsibility over the years. They’re a great compliment to internships.
We let personal e-tech devices take over contemporary life without anticipating the negative affect on kids and families. It’s time to really talk about it, and rein it in!
Help your daughter get familiar with spending time in nature at camp with these helpful ideas.
By now you’ve probably heard of the serious dust-up in in the Washington D.C. area that a respected professional couple faced after allowing their 10- and 6-year-old children to play at a playground alone, including walking home about a mile from that playground. The kids and their parents, part of the “free range kids” movement […]