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Campus Kids Weekday Sleep-Away Camp

From the directors of Campus Kids Weekday Sleep-Away Camp on the rural campus of Blair Academy

HOW DO YOUNG CHILDREN DO AT CAMP?

Here’s what we have learned about young children (ages 7 to 9) who attend sleep-away camp.

  • Younger kids need counselors who meet their needs: plenty of energy and imagination, lots of attention, nurturing, playfulness – along with the ability to create and maintain the right amount of structure.
  • They need a younger kid schedule rather than one that makes them keep up with the older kids.
  • They like to try out lots of different types of activities more than spending extended time on intense skill development.
  • They love being around older campers (at least sometimes) who are friendly to them.

Some children are ready at this age for sleep-away camp, others are not. But if your young child is asking to to go camp, there are many camps that can meet his/her needs. Ask questions that will help you understand whether the camp culture is well-suited for your younger camper.

Bring your family for a private tour of Campus Kids Weekday Sleep-Away Camp in Blairstown, NJ. 1-hour west of Manhattan.
We are making appointments for these dates:

  • March 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26
  • April 1, 2, 8, 9

Choose two weeks or more.
Enroll online now. Only a deposit is due at this time.
Space in each age group is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.

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