I’ve always been a good student and enjoyed going to school but nothing beats summer vacation because this is the time when I went to summer camp and had some of the best experiences of my childhood. Not only did I learn new skills and take on many challenges, I also met a lot of amazing people, some of whom I’m still friends with. School work is grueling so being able to escape from all that and be in a summer camp where I can unwind, veer away from my stressful daily activities, and play with kids the same age and interests as me is just wonderful. The skills I learned are priceless and are still useful. The memories are still vivid and seems like they only happened yesterday. I still remember the games we played, campfires, and the parties we had.
The primary reason why there are summer camps is for the development of children’s education and culture. Every camp has a theme and they allow children to physically and emotionally strengthen their skills in a safe place. Here, kids can join activities, gain experience, grow, and become more confident. Parents should really find an appropriate summer camp for their kids so that they’ll be able to make good use of their vacation instead of just staying at home doing nothing. Going to a summer camp also encourages productivity when interacting with other people. This is also often the place where kids discover their talents.
There are many interesting summer camps around. NY Summer Camp special events at Chateaugay are no exception. They have some of the greatest events and counselors of any camp that I reviewed. The location which is on one of the great Adirondack lakes, is breathtaking. Your child doesn’t have to cross a road to get to the lake and the camp itself is safely located right on the lakeshore. The place is tucked away from civilization so the campers feel safer. Aside from that, kids are able to participate in many new adventures with the help of highly competent counselors and instructors. The camp also fosters friendship among different age groups, gender, and nationalities.