There are very few things our children can so enjoy and that teaches them as much as the American camp experience.
So Much Fun
At America’s Finest Summer Camps, we strive to introduce our campers to fun activities they’ve never tried. Not many of our campers get to enjoy waterskiing or fishing or hiking or zip-lining or gaga or taps when not at camp. They are simply not available at home.
Very few would choose to join the Theater at school because they fear what their classmates would say. But, at summer camp, they know they are in a safe, fun, adventurous environment and therefore, take the plunge. And, for those who like to compete, they can do so in all of our sports.
In addition to our day activities, we schedule Evening Activities each night. These include such options as Night at the Races, Shaving Cream Whiffle Ball, Campfire each night so that the fun doesn’t stop after the last activity period. And, we also head off camp to enjoy a hike, a baseball game, or time at an amusement park.
Deep Traditions and Values
Singing and Dancing at lunch and dinner. Friday night Campfires by the lake with laughter and stories and awards (and s’mores). Evening hero huddles and nominations. Session ending Tribal War or Olympics. Songs and cheers.
We are fortunate to be a part of a community that was started 66 summers ago and is still going strong. There are three reasons, we feel, that America’s Finest Summer Camps has continued to thrive:
- Our deep traditions combined with modern program choices facilities.
- Our amazing campers from all over the US and larger world.
- Our values of Gratitude, Attitude, and Courage
Each of our campers and staff members choose each day to be kind to one another and enjoy the activities they get to pick. And, they do so in an environment, created by our staff, that makes our campers want to come back for more each summer.
The reason our campers return each summer is because they have become a part of a community in which they feel more like themselves than anywhere else. Regardless of where they are from, what they are good at, or what they look like, they are accepted and celebrated. We give them opportunities to try new things, build their independence and understand of different cultures, and laugh while learning.
What could be a better summer home?
We hope you’ll choose to enjoy an American camp experience for the coming summer. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to learn more.
Can’t wait for camp!