The fifth and sixth buses turn down Silver Lake Road to the welcoming screams of returning campers who have already arrived. Counselors form a makeshift tunnel with their arms for everyone on the bus to run through; the excitement is palpable. Smiling kids bound down the steps, high-fiving counselors as music from CHIP radio, the camper-run radio station, blares in the background.Continue reading “Camp Chipinaw & Silver Lake Summer Camps”
Grow grit. Investigate Independence. Kids converge on Camp Foley each summer from all over the world to put aside their phones and computers and work on face to face social skills all the while trying new activities and taking risks in a safe, kid-focused environment. With over 85 years of combined experience, the Camp Foley directors run a seasoned program that has been in operation for over 95 years. Beautiful Whitefish Lake in North Central, Minnesota offers the perfect backdrop for kids to reconnect with nature and learn from each other.Continue reading “Camp Foley”
Camp Timberlane for Boys is a warm, friendly, unplugged environment for boys age 8 to 15 to spend amazing summers in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. Our camp is on the beautiful shores of Lake Towanda just north of Minocqua. The campers and staff join us from all over the United States and the world.Continue reading “Camp Timberlane”
Monarch Campshas been a leading day camp in Los Angeles, California since 1971. Operating on 105 acres, their facilities include an Olympic sized aquatics complex, two gymnasiums, multiple athletic fields, a football stadium, a soccer field, two basketball courts, a softball field, three tennis courts, a newly renovated baseball field, an archery range, an arts & crafts facility, recreation rooms for science fun lessons and experiments, a fully outfitted kitchen, two game rooms, a dance studio, a rock wall, and a performing arts auditorium.
Founded in 1922, Camp Wekeela for Boys and Girls in Hartford, Maine is one of the countries top summer camp programs for children ages 7-16. We strive to be more than just a summer camp. Continue reading “Camp Wekeela”