Give your son or daughter a week-long opportunity to build new friendships and discover hidden talents. With 100 years under our belt, we know how to harness the transformative power of sleep-away camp.
WHAT PARENTS SAY
Alex has enjoyed each year. He is enthusiastic as camp approaches and looks forward to the adventure, new activities and friendships. As an only child, I love that he adapts to being part of a larger group. I like that the days are full and no electronics are around. The fact that he plans his own schedule and is independent is a big plus.
Camp offers a wide variety of activities; inclusion of others (diversity of campers; staff, freedom to choose activities and make decisions independently; opportunity for group living (mine is an only child); rustic nature of camp setting through living and being outdoors; opportunity to be away from technology/tv/phone and to be fully present without ...
Camp Fitch is a family tradition now. It helps the kids develop independence and self-esteem. They are able to survive without their parents and enjoy themselves immensely. In school, teachers can tell kids who have had these kinds of experiences. It adds richness to their character.
Camp Fitch is a family tradition. All of our family members -- my parents, my siblings my children and I have all attended camp. We all love it and are able to share that feeling with one another. Camp Fitch fosters healthy, Christian behavior in an atmosphere of fun, acceptance for others and development of self.
Kyle has come out of his shell during the three years that he has attended the camp. Because of the Leadership Development program he has started being more involved with teaching at church and volunteering for mentoring programs through the school system. He very much wants to spend the summer at camp next summer as a counselor.