Fall football starts with summer time and going to a summer camp specializing in football is a great way to build skills, confidence and maintain momentum. Many camps offer instruction by NFL or college players and coaches. Not only is it a way for kids to learn skills from the very best in the sport, […]
Huffington Post featured Marc Ostrofsky in an article about small business productivity. Ostrofsky is author of just-released book on apps and technology, Word of Mouse, as well as president of RazorMediaGroup, the Houston-based parent of e-commerce sites CuffLinks.com, Blinds.com, SummerCamps.com (this site!) and eTickets.com, which together generate $75 million in annual sales. Read more at […]
Baseball summer camps are offered to children every summer. Your kids can go to Nike’s Baseball Camps, or the major league baseball summer camp or other camps offered by local colleges and groups. Baseball camps are available for children of all skill levels and a variety of ages. At focused baseball camps, kids will learn […]
We love this funny NickMom (lol) infographic to help you figure out what camp your kids should attend. Any of these make you laugh? Want something better for your kids camp experience? That’s what SummerCamps.com is all about. See more at NickMom.
Visit history through these images of camps and campers from years gone by. This is a great collection, giving glimpses into camp life ranging over decades between the 20’s and the 70’s. Activities aren’t so different from today: swimming, canoeing, art, these were definitely simpler times! See the complete series at http://www.buzzfeed.com/leonoraepstein/glorious-vintage-summer-camp-photos
Wilton YMCA camp in Connecticut makes swimming safer for their campers with a swim monitoring system in addition to a legion of lifeguards. The Wahoo Swim Monitoring system uses headbands worn by the swimmers to alert lifeguards of a swimmer who stays underwater too long. The system can even be used by camps where swimming […]
Repeat after me songs are a given at summer camp. Participation is mandatory and you can’t help but smile when you hear them. Boom Chicka Boom is a classic and every camp puts a unique spin on their version of the song. Did you sing Boom Chicka Boom at camp? What versions did your camp […]
Preparing a packing list for when you send your child off to summer camp is an extremely important part of going to camp. For parents who are sending their child to summer camp for the first time, it can even be a little overwhelming. This is because the last thing a parent wants is to […]
Your child is off from school for three months and when thinking about summer activities, you have a myriad of options to choose from, such as summer camps, summer school, vacations, or simply relaxing. Summer camps are a popular option because there are so many types to pick from. Sports camps are a good choice […]
Popular on camps with lakes (what camp doesn’t have a lake or some kind of water?) the blob can launch a swimmer high into the air, into the water. Wonder which is more fun: jumping to launch or being launched? Did your camp have a blob?
While children are excited for a three-month break from school, summer break can cause panic and anxiety in parents. What will we do to keep our children busy? Kids will want to sleep in, play with friends and visit the local swimming pools and amusement parks. However, as parents we want our children’s minds enriched, […]
Things you do at camp. Making magic with a piece of string via a Vine video. Did you ever learn to do tricks like these when you were at camp?
The current economic downturn has many people wondering about how to make ends meet. They are trying to find ways to cut costs and get the most for the money they do spend. While they may want to send their children to summer camp they’re wondering if summer camp is a good financial choice for […]
Summer camp can be such fun for children of all ages. Younger children normally start out going to day camps which are limited to a couple of hours away from home. As they get older, however, they may decide they want to go to an overnight camp. Is your child ready for overnight camp? How […]
Children who attended summer camp in the past did so knowing they would have a week or so full of fun activities. Generation Y children of all ages, however, may have difficulties if they are sent to summer camp. Many of these children are dependent upon technology and feel they simply can’t do without it. […]
Sending a child away for summer camp is a big step for most parents. They want to know their child will enjoy their camp experience but they may not know how to find the best camp to meet their child’s needs. Take a few minutes to go to www.SummerCamps.com to help you find a camp […]
You may have attended summer camp you were a child. And while you may have enjoyed yourself you may have wanted something more. Today’s camps are not the same old summer camp you attended. Years ago children would have attended summer camp and expected to enjoy a variety of activities. They would have spent some […]
Summer camp is more than just learning to shoot an arrow or paddle a canoe. It’s an opportunity for children to learn responsibilities and how to get along in a community setting and become independent, away from Mom and Dad.
Camp memories last forever. We make sure they are unforgettable! Shadow Ridge Equestrian Center Summer Camps offer so many exciting things for you to do. Our emphasis is on Fun, Safety and Friendship. Unlike other camp programs that include horses as a small part of their program, at Shadow Ridge Equestrian Center…horses ARE the program! […]
This summer, the New York Film Academy will be running its annual Film and Acting For Film camps for teens between the ages of 13 to 17. Students will get a hands-on experience from writing, shooting, directing to editing their own short films. Acting students will get the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with the film […]
I am asked this question often and some days its hard to reach a live person, much less sum up why they should send their son or daughter to an art camp in Detroit. But to be a part of a creative environment with 40-60 other students with a desire for a career in art, […]
There are so many good reasons to send a child to camp and I will make this piece short since the most important reasons are summed up quite easily. by Mark Diamond, Camp Manitou When children go to camp, they are on their own, sometimes for the very first time in their lives. They have […]
Dear Camp Chatuga Counselors & Staff, I never got to attend summer camp as a child. So when we had our family meeting last January about what we’d do this summer, I just couldn’t get why my kids would choose attending Camp Chatuga again over any kind of vacation package I dangled in front of […]
Facility: Look to see where the school is held. Proximity to your home is a consideration but not always the #1 priority. If the school is out of town determine how far of a drive it is to the school and is it near a major city. Most camps will pick up campers that fly […]
brought to you by the The Summer Lady When picking a summer camp or program, every family needs to consider its own personal needs and requirements. Just like every child, every camp has its own personality. The directors and the staff determine that personality. The child’s interest, medical needs, allergies, dietary restrictions, family monetary concerns, […]