In December we’ve got two great Winter Reunions that are also Camp Interest Open Houses. Read the details on the blog and plan to come & bring interested friends!
We’ve got our Early Bird Special, a Black Friday deal on ‘Ghany gear, a Cyber Monday special on registration and several events coming up. Read all about it on the blog!
We’ve got recruiting parties & Ice Cream Socials throughout the fall and winter in various Maryland and Virginia locations — come see us and bring friends!
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.
There are camp information parties happening in the coming months. If you’ve got (or know) a would-be Mini Camper, you’ll want to attend and spread the word! And if you want to throw a party? Well, talk to us!
Why is Mini Camp one week? Why can campers only do Mini Camp one time? What happens at Mini Camp? Who are the Mini Camper Counselors? Read on to find out!
I thought I was bad with counting down to camp — that feeling of, “I can’t wait, I can’t wait,” coursing through my blood and bones. But it seems Melissa Hunt and her family had it pretty bad, too! Melissa, who is a Charleston, West Virginia area recruiter for camp, was so excited that she […]
Think of this blog post as the beginning of a key countdown to BIG prizes and savings. Just by keeping a close watch and being vigilant you could jump start next summer with a bonus to show for it. Three big winners I’m talking about the opening of the 2014 camp registration on our website. […]
At the recent 2013 American Camp Association Conference we all had the pleasure of having Dr. Bob Ditter* (who we quoted in a recent blog entry) as a keynote speaker. He’s the author of the book Summer Camp Rules, an invaluable resource for both camp personnel and parents. He’s also an inspiring thinker with great […]
Earlier this week I wrote Part 1 of the story of “Changing dynamics in camp recruiting.” My point then was to show how things have changed in the broader society concerning kids’ activities in general and parental comfort levels in particular, especially as it relates to sleepaway camp. Today I’d like to address not only […]