In its purest form, camp is a sustained experience which provides a creative, educational opportunity in group living in the outdoors. It utilizes trained leadership and the resources of the natural surroundings to contribute to each camper's mental, physical, social, and spiritual growth. While often referred to as summer camp, this experience exists in a number of different programs that are offered by camps on a year-round basis. These include programs that serve youth, adults, and seniors in day and resident camps and conference centers. These programs may be sponsored by agencies, religious organizations, or independent operators.
Offers twelve camps including day camps and travel camps, short-term sleepaways, specialty camps, and camps for children with developmental disabilities, operated at facilities in New York and Pennsylvania. Photos, FAQ, and registration information.
Free program ideas and resources for camp staff. Includes message board and links to related sites.
Articles, advice, and resources for parents considering sending a child to camp. Offers message boards and links to related sites.
A resource site for camp songs, activities, games submitted by camp staff members.
Operates five camps: one each in Austria, Canada, England, France, and Switzerland. Each camp draws on the character of the host country in developing its program and, in addition to English, the host country's language is spoken at camp. Program, parent's guide, and application.
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