Even though we are in high-gear preparing and shopping for Summer 2014, we are already thinking about Summer 2015! We know it seems like a while away, but trust us, now is the perfect time to start thinking about camp for next summer. Besides the camp-crazed atmosphere that will get your kids excited about thinking about camp, we believe that the best thing to do to prepare for camp is to go visit while camps are in session. Which, believe it or not, will be in the next few weeks!
Visiting a camp the year before you plan on sending your child is a great way to get an overall feel for the camp, and to get your child involved in the decision-making process. If you have a child that is nervous about going, showing them the amazingly cool things going on at camp will definitely get them pumped! Or, if you are debating between camps, being on the camp grounds will immediately give you a sense of the culture and philosophy. We truly believe that once you set foot on camp, if you get that lovey-dovey, butterflies-in-your-stomach kind of feeling, you will know that it’s the right camp for you and your child!
Just a sneak peak of what you’ll see in the beautiful outdoors of CAMP…
There are tons of options from around the country to just upstate, so we are excited to help your start planning your tours! Most camps offer tours during the summer or “rookies days,” where your camper can spend a day participating in the camp activities. It’s just another way that these amazing camps are dedicating themselves to making your child have the summer of a lifetime.
Give us a call, and we can start mapping out your summer trip! We can recommend routes, give you a list of camps to hit, and suggest places to stay along the way. Bring the whole family along, you never know what budding campers will get excited about summer camp… and warning to parents, you just might get a nostalgic pang for childhood and wish you could go to camp!
The Summer 365 Counselors are also hitting the road this summer! We spend our time checking out all the facilities at our camps, and we are always so excited to meet campers, counselors, and directors, and see these fabulous camps in action. It’s our favorite part of every summer, and we know it will be yours too!
P.S., if you’re a little late to the camp party and are still looking for something for your child for this summer, never fear! Summer 365 is here to help and there are still spots for summer activities, so give us a call!
I am looking for summer camp for my ten year old daughter we live in Morrisville N C.
I have a 15 year old that I would like to send to a camp this coming summer.
I’m 10 and is trying to find camps on my own because my parents are working all the time so I need help looking for a sleep away camp!!!
I’m looking for something in the Kansas-Missouri area that both of my tween girls will enjoy. One has high-functioning autism, doesn’t make friends very easily, and dislikes sports of any time. The other is very social and enjoys all kinds of sports. We are also new to sleep-away camps. Any help for me?
Looking for a summer overnight summer camp. We are unable to vacation with parents working in service industry as managers.
The ages are 8, 11, 12, 17.
11 year old has LDD but loves soccer
17 year old is in anime but needs diversity in her drawing. She needs leadership skills.
12 year old is in dance and basketball
8 year old is into everything.
Also need camps that offer scholarships
i’m looking for a culturally diverse camp for my 11 year old daughter in TN. Someplace where she can stay overnight for a week or 2 in the summer.
I live near Memphis, TN