Staff Training Issue of Camping Magazine

Each year, the May/June issue of Camping Magazine is devoted to staff training.


ACA research efforts center on a two-fold approach that 1) advances the knowledge about the value of the camp experience and 2) enhances the business acumen of professionals involved in the industry of camp. These approaches allow for the development of tools, information, and resources that address current societal issues such as positive youth development in camp and other out-of-school time settings, youth outcomes, workforce development, as well as business issues around industry benchmarks, staff training, and quality program improvement.

4 Minutes Now Will Make You A Better Camp Marketer in 2018

After a consuming summer, it’s tough to really focus on marketing, to get things going right away so that you can increase enrollments.

If you only had a simple-to-follow plan … well, now you do!

A Removable Cooking Grate for Your Firering or Fire Pit

When you want to grill over your campfire, just place the Model DIG-U2 “drop in” grate across your steel firering or stone fire pit. Lift it off when you are done cooking.

The grate comes in two styles:

Running a Successful Fundraising Program [Free Download]

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Stuck On You: New Camp Affiliate Fundraising Program

Earn Up to 20% For Your Camp

Finally, a camp affiliate program where you’ll earn money while reducing your lost property! 

There’s no better way to raise money for your camp, whilst ensuring your campers take their belongings home with them! We’re the leaders in personalised labels, bags, hats, drinks bottles and camp stationery worldwide.

Re-Designed and Re-Certified Bear Proof Trash Receptacles

When a bear gets into your trash you’ve got a BIG mess and a BIG problem.

The recently re-designed and re-certified family of Bear Proof Receptacles from Pilot Rock have been tested to keep bears out, so they can be used to collect trash and recyclables using 1-, 2- or 3-module receptacles. The receptacles have been tested by the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center (GWDC) using the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC) protocol.

Introducing One Source The Background Check Company’s New Integrated Reference Service

If checking references is part of your hiring process or if you have never used references due to the amount of time the process can consume. Our new service will save you a significant amount of both time and money, while gaining powerful insight into your applicants.