Registering a child for camp is a big decision. This is especially true if you've never been to camp personally. And frankly, camp is not for everyone. But for many, it is the experience of a lifetime.
Or as former Disney CEO Michael Eisner once said at a conference I attended, "Camp was the most formative experience of my life."
So, if you're thinking about camp for your child, hopefully you'll find these four blogs helpful.
The 5 Things I Value About Summer Camp
The Value of Summer Camp is More Than Dollars and Cents. Yes, the price of camp can be a complete shock to the financial budget. But camper mom Stacey Lane shares five reasons she believes camp is worth the price tag. Read more>
Is Your Child Ready for Overnight Camp?
If you’ve never sent your child to overnight camp, but you think it could be a very good thing, then the question becomes how to tell if she or he is ready. Here are some questions to ask. Read more>5 Things A Camp Counselor Wants You to Know
The camp experience depends almost entirely on one thing: the counselor. Sending your child to overnight camp for the first time can create anxiety in a parent, so we thought you’d like to know a little more about your child’s counselor. Read more>
6 Reasons Camp Pecometh Might Not Be for You (or Your Child)
Camp is not for everyone. Camps vary widely in their structure, programming and appeal. So, while Camp Pecometh is an ACA Accredited camp, meaning it meets the highest standards for safety and programming, we know it’s not for everyone. Read more>