This is the season for children to attend a summer camp. Whether it’s a day, church, or adventure camp, they’ll have the time of their lives. Check your local paper or church bulletin for dates and times.
Most camps are stationed in wooded areas with fishing, swimming, tug-of-war, crafts, and outdoor games. Don’t forget about the sing-a-longs, grilled hot dogs, snacks, and S’mores to gobble by the campfire. Yum!
It’s a wonderful opportunity for children to stretch their legs, exercise, and enjoy the fellowship of other children in an informal setting.
I recently helped with Day Safari Camp, a yearly event sponsored by my church. It’s an entire day of events which include tractor-trailer rides on baled straw to and from each activity. Children enjoyed fishing, indoor crafts, farm animals, Science Alive, and much more. A real blessing for the children and volunteers.
Plan a summer camp for your children and watch their faces light up with smiles. They will cherish these memories for years to come.