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Road Trip: The South’s Best Catfish Waters and BBQ Joints

Want to enjoy your best summer ever? Then load up your car with tackle and camping gear for an unforgettable fishing road trip. We’ve dreamed up seven D.I.Y. trips—all packed with amazing country, great food, and out-of-this-world fishing. Show More Summary

Road Trip to Oregon for Trophy Trout and Craft Breweries

Want to enjoy your best summer ever? Then load up your car with tackle and camping gear for an unforgettable fishing road trip. We’ve dreamed up Seven D.I.Y. adventures—all packed with amazing country, great food, and out-of-this-world fishing. Show More Summary

Summer Camp Is Not the Time to Let Your Guard Down About Food Allergies

Food allergies have increased over the past two decades and currently affect 5-8% of all children. The most common food allergies in children are peanut, tree nuts, milk, egg, seafood, wheat and soy. There is no cure for food allergies and while many treatment options are being researched, none are currently approved for widespread use. Show More Summary

These Are the 14 Things Your Child's Counselor Wants You to Know Before Camp Starts

I spent 12 years of my life attending and working at a sleep-away camp, and I can promise you, a Summer spent making new friends completely removed from civilization is the best thing your child will ever experience. Being a counselor, however, isn't always all fun and games. Show More Summary

6 Ways to Save Money on Childcare This Summer

Paying for child care over the summer is no joke for American families. Childcare can easily consume 10% or more of a families income. Summer camps - especially specialized camps - can cost a fortune. If you don't want to shell out half your kids' college education fund for summertime child care, use these options to save: 1. Show More Summary

Friday the 13th Jason Voorhees Premium Art Print

If spending time at a creepy summer camp with a bloody history sounds like a real killer of a good time then you’ll probably want this Friday the 13th Jason Voorhees Premium Art Print. Jason has spent a lot of time around Crystal Lake, welcoming group after group of young impressionable teens every year. He […]

Star Trek Shuttlecraft Tent Concept: Summer Camp, the First Frontier

Geeky product designer Dave Delisle came up with a really cool idea for Trekkies’ away missions here on Earth. He thought of a tent that would be shaped like a Federation shuttlecraft. As Dave points out,…

Too Faced's New Summer Palette Brings Back the '90s Sticker Craze

Thinking back to my days at Summer camp, I remember trading stickers with my girlfriends in the back of the bus. Before every tween had a cell phone, we entertained ourselves by collecting books upon books of oilies, fuzzies, bubble types, and the regular flat ones. Show More Summary

Road Trip: Five Minor League Baseball Teams Near Phenomenal Fishing Spots

Want to enjoy your best summer ever? Then load up your car with tackle and camping gear for an unforgettable fishing road trip. We’ve dreamed up 7 D.I.Y. adventures—all packed with amazing country, great food, and out-of-this-world fishing. Show More Summary

Explore Movie Monsters this Summer with All-New Special FX Camp

When I was a kid, I lived a couple of years in Singapore. There, at the time, the media was somewhat censored, so your TV viewing options on a Saturday afternoon were limited. Consequently, I have seen the 1981 film … Continue readi...

17 Exciting Tinfoil Dinner Recipes Perfect For Summer Campfires

Whether or not your little one is a fan of the outdoors, kiddos love the excitement of cooking under the stars. From backyard bonfires to family camping trips, the Summer is filled with opportunities to change up your dinner routine and try something different. Show More Summary

No Bones About It: Forensic Workshop Provides Evidence for an Awesome New CSI Summer Camp

2 days agoArts / Museums : Beyond Bones

At the Houston Museum of Natural Science, we understand the value of education, as it is an integral part of our overall mission. The value placed on education extends to museum employees as well. Whether through offering CPR training to … Continue reading ?

The American Toby Jug Museum in Evanston, Illinois

The American Toby Jug Museum, not far from downtown Chicago, houses the eccentric collection of Stephen M. Mullins, who bought his first jug as a kid at Canadian summer camp. It’s taken him over seven decades, but he’s since amassedShow More Summary

Camp-set horror series Dead of Summer gets a trailer and June premiere

A full trailer has made its way online for Dead of Summer, a horror series set at a summer camp that will soon begin airing on the network Freeform. Created by Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis, and Ian Goldberg, Dead of Summer takes place in he late 1980s. Show More Summary

With NYTEducation, The New York Times is taking its expertise and access to the classroom

The dual challenges of sinking print readership and contracting digital ad revenue are forcing legacy publishers to ponder new ways of making money. For The New York Times, one of those new ways is opening a summer camp. This summer, a few hundred high school students will trade some of their vacations to spend a...

June activity plans :: things to do in June with kids

>>> Join me for a joyous, creative online Summer Camp! Details here!   Looking for things to do with children in June? These June activity plans are perfect for play-based, creative learning. June activity plans You can use the image...Show More Summary

Highlights and Analysis from the Opening Oakland Regional

EL SOBRANTE, Calif. — The Nike Opening Regional camp circuit made its latest stop in Oakland as a number of the elite prospects on the West Coast showed up to compete for a spot at the nation’s premier summer camp showcase. A picturesque...Show More Summary

Welcome to Summer Vacation

Oak Meadow Grade 2 is a wrap. We had 172 school days and nine billion happy memories. The first event of summer? Brownie Hiking Badge! She made GORP, researched hiking gear (visit to the Bass Pro camping and hiking section), practiced her observation skills (counted bugs), picked a route, and kept track on the map. […]

NEW! Summer Camp Issue

Hot off the press – the new issue of American Cheerleader has arrived! Before you pack your camp bags and dive into summer vacation, don‘t skip a page in this jam-packed... The post NEW! Summer Camp Issue appeared first on American Cheerleader Magazine.

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