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.
As we each take in an unexpected school year with all new protocols we also look to the light at the end of the tunnel. Let’s get through this together while keeping our eyes on Summer 2021.
What happened at the 2020 Winter Counselor Brainstorming Retreat? Read today’s blog by Program Director Casey Tucker for a peek behind the scenes.
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.
Today’s blog has more information on our January winter reunions/camp information parties in DC and Richmond, Virginia. Read the blog and click the links to RSVP.
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.
Part One is on the mysterious world of being a camp director. Think of it like being a school principal but with a very different objective — to educate the whole child, body, mind, and spirit with the notable inclusion of the power of nature. And trust me, there’s plenty in all that to keep a director occupied year-round.