Tag: summer camp

Local Summer Bucket List :: 30 Ideas for Texas Fun {Printable...

If you're wondering how you'll entertain the kids these next few weeks or are just looking for some new ideas, you're in luck! We've done the brainstorming for you in this "Summer Fun Bucket List."

5 Important Aspects to Consider When Choosing a Summer Camp

Most camps will incorporate standard lake and field activities, but for additional growth and personal development, look for a camp that customizes the activity schedule for each camper resulting in the most independence for your camper.

2021 Guide to Summer Camps

Fort Worth Moms put together a great list of summer camps for all ages, stages, and interest levels. From sports to art, and from computer to nature, you're sure to find something listed that will appeal to your child. We hope this is a helpful resource as you make summer plans for your family! 

The Dilemma of Making Summer Plans

Every day it seems like something is getting cancelled, delayed, or a decision will be made at a further point in time. For myself this is extremely difficult. To lose complete control over a situation like this has really forced me to change my way of thinking. 

Campers Grow in Mind, Body, and Spirit at Camp Olympia

With more than 45 camp activities, Camp Olympia campers will gain independence and build lasting relationships with fellow campers during a one-, two-, or three-week stay at the nationally recognized camp.

Ready for Summer? Let’s Go! (to Camp Olympia)

One of our favorite Texas summer camps, Camp Olympia, follows a mission of helping kids not only to have fun, but also to grow in mind, body, and spirit. The directors and counselors know how important it is for children to safely experience the oasis of camping, to make connections with peers, and to be active in nature miles from home.

The Big Three in Summer Planning

Camp is an investment. An investment that reaches far past the money and time sacrificed. It is an investment in your child . . . and one with a great return. The people they are with, the experiences they have, and the lessons they learn all play a huge part in the growth of our children.