We've said it over and over: getting outside with your family is one of the best things you can do for your mind, body and spirit. That said, we also understand that camping—that age-old ritual of packing the car full to capacity with gear, food and reluctant kids and driving off to an outdoor paradise full of biting bugs, far-off bathroom facilities and, again, those reluctant kids—can be, quite frankly, the worst. Camping with kids can be challenging (to say the least) but it's so important to get outside as a family. Outdoor family adventures can be enjoyable with a just little planning.
For most of us, the Coronavirus, COVID-19 has derailed our normal routines and everyday lives. And it’s so easy to get caught up in the pandemonium, letting fear and anxiety take control. Your kids might even pick up on your feelings of worry and start to feel the same way.
Overnight Camp Video Series - Founder, Dave Secunda Shares Valuable Message from Parent
Avid4 Adventure Overnight Camps offer kids and teens the ability to build technical skills in a wide range of outdoor sports like kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking and whitewater rafting. In the process, campers develop soft skills as well like confidence, teamwork and independence. What we do not talk about are the things parents often learn after their child attends camp. Watch the video or read the full transcript for an inspiring story on this subject from Dave Secunda, founder of Avid4 Adventure.
Topics: Skills Learned at Summer Camp Overnight Camp Featured
Forbes Features Avid4 Adventure: Key to Success is High-Quality Staff
Forbes recently published an article featuring Avid4 Adventure highlighting the important role that hiring top quality and extremely qualified instructors has played in the success of the company. Outstanding instructors are fundamental in achieving our mission to empower kids to choose active outdoor lifestyles and we couldn't do it without them! Read more about what sets our staff apart here.