3 Exciting New England Camp Activities To Enhance Your City Kid's Life

Posted on: 28 February 2017

If your child has been raised in the city, chances are he or she has not had ample opportunity to experience the full scope of exciting outdoor activities, such as canoeing, kayaking, snorkeling and other water sports. Perhaps city life hasn't been ideal for nature exploration and adventures. New England co-ed summer camps like Camp Walt Whitman these sorts of activities and more. It may be time to expose your child to all a co-ed summer camp has to offer.
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Six Things That Belong In Your Survival Or Bug-Out Bag

Posted on: 19 October 2016

The frenzy of an emergency situation may not allow for you to find and grab belongings. Plus, you may not be thinking clearly enough to ensure you bring the right supplies to fend for yourself outside the home.  Beyond the clothes on your back and a cell phone, there are a few items that belong in every bug-out bag that you might overlook in the heat of the moment. Be sure to invest in a durable, weather-resistant backpack or duffel to keep your goods secure and dry.
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Four Preparation Tips for a Family Camping Trip

Posted on: 25 July 2016

Are you excited about going on a family camping trip for the first time? If you don't want your first camping trip to be stressful, it is important to make sure you are properly prepared with more than just a nice tent. There are several things that should be considered before the time for the trip arrives. This article contains a list of tips that can help you decide what to prepare for.
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3 Tips For Having A Safe Camping Trip

Posted on: 18 January 2016

If you enjoy the great outdoors, then camping may be high on your list of fun things to do. This is sure to get you out and about with family and friends. The key to making the most out of your camping trip is not only to have fun but to stay safe, as well. This can be more challenging than most novice campers even realize. Here are specific tips to help you avoid danger and increase the potential of a safe camping trip.
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