Help Your Kids Create Fun Memories!

Create summer memories for your kids, send them to summer camp.

With the uprise in home schooling, many parents are now finding opportunities to help their children to continue to build their social skills.  One way of doing so, summer camps.  Yes, many are quite expensive and demand traveling to another state in many cases, but, there are many great camps that may be located in your own area.  Research is key in finding the perfect summer camp for your child. 

If you live in the state of Texas or don't mind the travel, here are a few that may peak your interest. 

Camp Waldemar for Girls: 

Located in Hunt, Texas, the camp was found in the 1920's.  Camp Waldemar believes in building outstanding foundations for girls, with high structure and all encompassing christian beliefs.  They will help girls to develop not only creatively but physically as well, through teaching about many different sports such as archery, polo and more.  The camp sits on more than 500 acres of property with the beautiful Guadalupe river running through it. 

Camp Rio Vista and Camp Sierra Vista:

A girls camp and a boys camp all wrapped together.  These two camps help to instill great values in boys and girls.  The camps also instill the perfect family atmosphere for children.  The first session of summer camp begins at the beginning of June and runs through the end of July.  There is still time to get your children signed up for a lifetime of memories and fun.  Many great activities to learn, canoing, horse back riding, archery and lots more. 

Mo-Ranch Summer camp for boys and girls:

One of the leading conference centers in the country also offers a fabulous summer camp program for boys and girls ages 8 to 16.  The children will get to experience high amounts of fun through horseback riding, rope climbing to include the most ever popular "Big Gulp"  Nature hikes, Mountain biking and lots more adventures all tied in with the Christian beliefs that so many want to instill in their children.  This is a great place to help your child build fond memories.  They also offer individual and group accomodations all year long. 

Day Camps:

If you are unsure about having your child stay away from home for a long period of time, that's quite all right, there are many great opportunities around for day camps.  Day camps provide lots of fun for the children.  There are a huge array of day camps around many cities, from science education to music day camps as well.  There are also camps that focus on nature and the enviroment, helping kids to understand how they can help to save and protect our environment.  At the same time building friendships and creating wonderful memories. 

If you are unsure where to send your children, ask around, you are sure to have neighbors or friends who have sent their children to summer camp.  Also check with your local church, many have a huge array of camps that they recommend to their attendees.

1 comment

Add a comment

0 answers +0 votes
Post comment Cancel
Charlene Collins
This comment has 0 votes  by
Posted on Jul 10, 2010