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Wondering What to Do with the Grandkids?

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Send Your Kids or Grandkids to Arkansas Summer Camp!

By Bob and Pam Stephens

Do you have your grandkids for a part of the Summer? When you are traveling through, stop awhile and let your kids go to camp. They will have a great time, traveling with you and attending a great camp!

Why not think about this:

Summer camp is a right of passage for many kids. It gives them a chance to have tons of fun away from their parents, but it also gives them a chance to learn new skills, make new friends, and become a little bit more independent - all in a safe environment. While summer camps for kids have been around for quite some time, in recent years there has been an explosion in the different camping options out there. No matter if your child dreams of being a professional chef, a movie star or just wants to spend some days on the lake in a canoe, there is a camp out there to cater to them.

In Arkansas, summer camps are especially popular, thanks to all of the beautiful countryside in which to have them. If you're thinking of an Arkansas summer camp for your child or grandchild, consider these options:

• Camp Ozark is one of the best known camps in Arkansas and is visited by around 500 campers from all over the country every summer. This nondenominational Christian camp is a traditional kind of camp that simply gets the kids away from the video games and outside, moving around and playing games in the great outdoors. Camp Ozark is located in Mt. Ida.

• For your little golfer, the B. Williams Golf School Camp in Bella Vista makes a great choice. This overnight camp invites golfers of all skill levels and gives them a chance to train with professional golfers and college golf coaches.

• Camp Subiaco, located in Subiaco, offers go-cart racing, archery, and more. This one is for boys only.

The choices for summer camps in Arkansas are almost endless. Keep an eye on your local paper in the spring when ads for summer camps start popping up so you don't miss out on any. Or do a “google†search for camps in the state of Arkansas! Park your RV for a week or so, enjoy the surroundings and let the kids have a “camping†experience like no other!

Contact us at Bob@campgroundimages.com

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