This summer our campers will participate in over 85 different day excursions, overnight camping trips, intercamps and travel tournaments. There are so many amazing opportunities for kids of all ages to play team sports, fish, hike, mountain bike, canoe, surf, and paddle board, along with just getting to enjoy the State of New Hampshire with their friends.
I woke up with lyrics to the Gershwin song in my head: Summertime...and the living is easy...And it was pretty fitting, since today was just a lovely, relaxing, beautiful day of summer camp.
Our very happy campers and counselors woke up to bright sunshine and clear blue skies. People seemed rest and refreshed after a good night's sleep. Friends walked and skipped together to breakfast, ready for another incredible day here at our overnight camp in NH.
Our summer camp in NH is recognized for producing some very happy campers!
We were very excited to see our summer camp in NH mentioned in an article in today’s Huffington Post – and that it employed a title very similar to most of our blog posts this summer. Stephen Gray Wallace, Director at the Center for Adolescent Research and Education, outlined some of the key 21st century skills that children learn at summer camp, including:
Our very happy campers are participating in a whole lot of exciting trips and tournaments
Today was a great day for fun, new experiences at Camp. Our Kenwood 1st Year Seniors left on the most challenging mountain hike of their Camp careers. Filled with a mixture of excitement and trepidation they left for their expedition up Mt. Washington. By mid-day they had reached the halfway point. Led by Jono, our head of the ropes course, some set up the campsite while others worked on getting dinner prepared. The boys had a beautiful night sleeping on the mountain, and we await a report from the group leader saying that they have reached the summit!