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Visiting Day Tips From One Of Our Camp Directors: If you haven’t booked your hotel already you are probably out of luck. If you are booking small motels or B and B’s, get a reference and plan on overpaying. Leave your hotel early – the traffic will take you twice as long as it normally will. Read more » Read more Â»
A Great Reason to Pick a Camp in Maine: The Ultimate Lobster Rolls Maine is legendary for several things: sleep-away camps, moose sightings, L. L. Bean, state parks, blueberries, and, of course, the beautiful lakes and coastlines. However, the most famous aspect of Maine is, by far, lobster. They’re shipped far and wide, but they Read more » Read more Â»
Basic VIDEO Instructions click here Equipment needed to play Game of Jacks: You can play yourself but the more the merrier. A small rubber ball A set of jacks (most sets contain ten jacks) How to play JACKS: To decide who goes first, use a method of “flipping”; place the jacks in cupped hands, flip Read more » Read more Â»
As Tips on Trips and Camps consultants, each summer we travel and visit camps around the United States. Seeing camps in action, campers engaged in wonderful activities and having so much fun. We often have the opportunity to speak with campers and ask them about camp. One summer I asked campers to tell me the best thing about Read more » Read more Â»
As defined: A s’more is a traditional nighttime campfire treat popular in the United States and Canada, consisting of a fire roasted marshmallow and a layer of chocolate sandwiched between two pieces of graham cracker. National S’mores Day is celebrated annually on August 10. Wikipedia Report: S’more is a contraction of the phrase “some more”. Read more » Read more Â»