T.I.P.S.S. on how to choose the right program for your child
You can feel confident that the young adults who will take care of your child at camp this summer can handle the responsibility with which you are entrusting them
Research and think local
A study shows that the camp experience can help a child be successful in life and work
Instead of dropping your children off at camp, stay and have some fun with them
School builds academic skills, but camp builds confidence
New Hampshire is the birthplace of American camping.
Information and advice for parents of children with different abilities
Summer camp is among the most rewarding experiences parents can give to their children
Kids love receiving mail and packages while away at camp so here's what to send them
(and what you should leave behind at home)
One of the most important, and largest, investments we make in life, and in our future, is in the raising of our children.
To determine if your child is ready to attend a residential camp, ask these questions
What else should we consider when we are selecting an overnight experience for our children?