the blog of Summer 365

Employee Appreciation Day

3.2.18 by

Today, and every day, we want to thank the amazing men and women who keep our children safe at camp and keep them coming back every summer to their second home. To camp counselors everywhere – we couldn’t do it without you!

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10 Tips When You Get The Camp Packing List

2.19.18 by

Whether you are a first time camp parent or your child is returning for the 9th summer, now seems to be the time those packing lists have arrived. Packing is one of those things that has to be done, it needs to be accomplished at one point or another. And let’s face it… a goal without a plan is just a wish! So whether you are a planner or tend to be more of a procrastinator, here are 10 tips you won’t want to miss so you can create your own packing game plan!

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Happy Thanksgiving // 7 Reasons Summer 365 is Feeling Grateful

11.22.17 by

The Summer 365 team is feeling grateful for the wonderful gift that is a summer spent at camp. And so, as we settle into our turkey and stuffing tomorrow (and yes Thanksgiving s’mores are obviously on the dessert menu), we thought we’d share what aspects of camp we are truly grateful for…from friendships to field days and everything in between. From our Summer 365 family to yours Happy Thanksgiving!!

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7 Ways Parents Can Unplug This Summer

7.18.17 by

Camp has always been a very special place for kids, but now more than ever, camp is playing a significant role in the growth of children. If you are a parent you know first hand just how addicted kids have become to technology and their phones…. Put away the phone, (not suggesting for 7 weeks) and just try and unplug and see what benefits you reap. Here are seven ideas for parents to unplug this summer.

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How a Two Week Teen Trip Changed My Life Forever

7.10.17 by

t the age of 13 years old I decided it would be a great idea to embark on a 3-week journey to Fiji for an organized, teen community service trip. I was abnormally calm considering I was about to travel to a foreign country alone for nearly a month. My parents nervously dropped me off at JFK, and as I was checking into the flight, asked me one more time, “are you sure you want to do this?” I turned around, all of the sudden filled with nerves, and unsteadily said “absolutely!”

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