Are you struggling with finding things for your kids or teens to do this summer?
It’s not too late to get them in a great summer camp! Our sponsor, Camp Fire Orca, has camps for every kind of camper, including their popular Puyallup area day camp, and their camp just for middle schoolers (Problem solved alert)!! Plus, they offer an overnight experience.
Their day camp is coming right up July 10th-14th at Wildwood Park in Puyallup. It’s 150.00 for the full session (‘Um…guys? This is a Great deal)! Kids will enjoy all kinds of traditional camp activities including crafts, drama, cookouts, hikes, and more. Readers have loved this one in the past.
There is also a leadership opportunity for kids in grades 7-9, and the program fee for that is just 100.00!
Camp ends with a special family night on Thursday, with an overnight camp out option for 7th graders and up.
Camp Fire also offers a unique program called Middle School Adventures July 24th-28th. Campers entering grades 6-8 plan their camp experience, which will include a daily outing to a cool area destination Tuesday through Friday. Maybe a train ride to Tacoma and a visit to the Glass Museum, or a bus ride to American Lake for swimming….it’s all kid planned! Awesome, right?
There are also still spots at Camp Orca, the overnight camp at Sound View Camp in Longbranch in August.
For more information on all their camps, just head here and look for the menu under, “Summer Camp!”
And, finally, our friends at Camp Fire wanted to share a little bit about what makes Camp Fire unique. You might be surprised by all they do these days!
Why Camp Fire? Camp Fire was created to guide young people on a journey of self-discovery. At Camp Fire camps, youth have the opportunity to dig deep inside and discover their sparks, their personally defined ideas of potential. Our society needs a generation of future leaders who understand the dynamics of community living, appreciate inclusion, and are one with nature. At Camp Fire, we’re proud of the role we play in guiding young lives to appreciate themselves and the world they live in.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. The opinions are our own! I was a Camp Fire counselor way back in the day, and it was Awesome! If you mention Sounds Fun Mom when you sign up for camp that would be Awesome, too!