Performing and fine arts camps and programs can offer an opportunity to think outside the box in a safe, creative environment.
Explore a few ways to make your child’s camp experience smooth sailing from start to finish.
For a child with special needs, the experience of going to camp takes on added significance.
Summer enrichment programs can add value to your teen's traditional summer camp experience.
Are you looking for a camp or summer program for your child? Look here for our supersized guide to summer fun in and around New Jersey.
Economic realities and lifestyle changes have forced many summer camps to add shorter sessions to their schedules.
Here are some tips to help families support their happy campers after the summer memories begin to fade.
In New Jersey, the options for camping range from private campgrounds to county parkland.
Families that want to mix spiritual growth with summer fun may want to consider a religious summer camp.
Most campers return home with wonderful memories of new friends and fun-filled days. Some will return home with devastating memories that will last a lifetime.
While you’re helping your children pack their bags, take a few extra steps to help them sleep well. With the shut-eye they need, they’ll enjoy all camp has to offer—and return refreshed, happy, and ready to fill you in on all of their adventures.
Preparing a fuss-free summer camp experience is a little easier with these steps.
If your child is anxious about the thought of going to sleepaway camp, do some thinking, planning, and talking now, so you can enrich your child’s first camp experience before it even begins.
American Camp Association offers these tips on the dos and don'ts of homesickness while at camp
Where do you start your search for a safe summer camp? Here are some online resources and points to consider.