Summer camp is an important experience for children & teens. This summer, time at camp will be particularly important because children have experienced a disruption in their social, developmental, and educational experiences.
Kids and families need summer camp more than ever! Kids come home from Takodah with greater confidence, independence, resilience, empathy, and social skills — and that translates into a happier and more successful child. Camp Takodah’s strategy is to meet and/or exceed the current Covid guidelines so that families can rest assured that their kids are in good hands.
Hear from Artie Lang and Carlie Fischer of Camp Takodah’s leadership team on plans for Summer 2021:
It is important to recognize that summer camp is going to look a little different this year. You can expect to see tweaks to camp policies, procedures, programming, food service, facilities, and more. As always the staff will work tirelessly to provide a Takodah-quality experience in a safe and healthy way.
The Takodah Experience
Camp Takodah helps children discover who they are and what they can achieve. At their single-gender camps, children unplug and connect with themselves and each other.
A child’s first time paddling a canoe, swimming in a lake, making new friends, climbing a rock wall, or being away from home for an extended period of time are all great self-esteem boosters. These activities push them out of their comfort zone, all while being supported by counselors and staff in a safe environment.
They’re completely immersed in nature, and removed from screens, phones, and televisions keeping them socially and physically active during their camp session.
Camp Takodah YMCA exists to help kids reach their full potential. Focusing on belonging, autonomy, achievement, and relationships. These programs give kids a chance to discover who they are and what they can achieve.
Camp Takodah offers a multitude of daily activities for campers. Providing a choice-based, progressive program that fits the individual needs and interests of each camper. Campers get to choose their own classes and activities, all of which help them build skills, confidence, and self-respect.
Registration – Camp Takodah
Summer camp is a huge decision, and the staff at Camp Takodah are there to help you every step of the way. Contact them at 603-352-0447 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need help deciding if Takodah is right for your child they can connect you with a current camp family who will share their experiences with you.
Several summer camp sessions are already full, and the remaining spots are going quickly. If your family is struggling to make ends meet, please reach out to Camp Takodah about a Campership,
Fun Things to do in Central Mass readers who are new to Takodah will receive $200 off their camp fees! Please mention Fun Things to do in the Central Mass blog discount when registering your camper.
Location: Camp Takodah
55 Fitzwilliam Road
Richmond, NH 03470
*This post is a sponsored post in partnership with Camp Takodah YMCA. We personally attended Family Camp a few years ago and loved the experience*