A Partnership of Caring - Parents and Camps Join Together

Child Protection is a Shared Responsibility

Nothing substitutes for the vigilance and care of parents in determining a safe situation for their children. While no institution--schools, churches, youth programs, camps, or families--can absolutely guarantee a child’s safety, parents should take an active role in determining that camps are fully committed to providing a summer of fun and growth in well supervised and nurturing camp environments.

A Camp for Every Child - Near or Far?

Where do you want your child to go to camp? Locally or far away? While each camp experience has something to offer your child, this is an opportunity to assess what you value for your camper.

National Parks Junior Ranger Program

Launched in 2010, children can become Let’s Move Outside Junior Rangers by participating in an outdoor activity that gets their hearts pumping and bodies moving. The Junior Ranger program, available in more than 200 national parks, rewards young people with a certificate and patch or badge for completing a series of fun, educational activities related to each park’s unique resources.

Un campamento para cada niño — Le viene a la medida

¿Cerca o lejos?

¿Adónde quiere que su hijo vaya al campamento? ¿Cerca o lejos? Aunque cada campamento tiene algo que ofrecerle a su hijo, ésta es una oportunidad para estimar qué es lo más importante para su campista.

Cerca quiere decir que:

El momento preciso - Cómo saber si su hijo está listo para mandarlo al campamento

El momento preciso — Cómo saber si su hijo está listo para mandarlo al campamento

Responder a las siguientes preguntas le va a ayudar a saber si su hijo está listo para el campamento.

International Campers Attending Camps in the U.S. - What You Need to Know

Many camps in the United States welcome international campers into their program and value the important cultural exchange that happens when American children are given the opportunity to live side-by-side with children from other countries.  If you live outside of the United States and are interested in sending your child to camp in the U.S., you may need to obtain a visa from the U.S. Department of State.

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