December 11, 2018
Psychology Today – Summer Camps Make Kids Resilient

“After all, summer camps are places where children get the experiences they need to bolster their range of coping strategies. There are the simple challenges of learning how to build a fire, going on a hike, or conquering a high ropes course. There are the much more complex challenges of getting along with a new group of peers, learning how to ask for help from others, or taking manageable amount of risks without a parent following after you.”


We love knowing that the experiences our campers have lead to growth, independence, and a host of other skills! Click to learn more about what Psychology Today has to say on the subject.