Camp happens outdoors every summer, rain or shine, cool or hot. Kids — and parents — need the same time in nature, and exposed in healthy doses to the elements, even in cool and cold temps.
Everyone with school-aged kids is facing a juggling act right now. This is how we’re getting through it with three young boys and a two-career family.
In ordinary times my summer camp is deeply restorative. During coronavirus times it was positively transformative. Read my blog to learn why we all need natural connection, and nature’s unique reset.
Just being at camp has been transformative for all of us. Join us for a physically-distanced Family Retreat and refill your cup, too!
Science proves that fresh air and sunshine are both preventative, and healing in crisis. Make sure your kids get some every day.
After camp I felt the most profound absence of nature in my and my boys’ lives. It’s hard to reconcile and I think it’s time we had a bigger conversation as a society about bringing nature back into our lives.
Every year she writes her top 5 favorite things about camp and this year is a doozy of awesome things. Read on to find out what stood out!
In four trips over the course of this summer, ‘Ghany Girls get a chance to explore wild local caves all decked out in safety gear and armed with a sense of adventure!
Program Director Casey Tucker has a passion for nature in its own right. But he also makes a powerful case for the role of nature in kids’ lives. A recent speaker he saw confirms it!