Many busy moms struggle to keep their energy-filled kids entertained whenever school is out for a holiday. Instead of taking the task completely upon yourself, consider sending your children to a holiday camp. By doing so, you not only keep them out of your hair during those impossibly long school breaks, but you can also make the time away from the classroom more entertaining for them.
Windells Snowboarding, Skateboarding, Ski and BMX Camp
If your child is a thrillseeker, Windells Camp may be just the place for him. Located in Oregon, the camp accepts children between the ages of 6 and 18, and offers programs in snowboarding, skateboarding, skiing and BMX biking. While winter sports programs at this camp only run during the cold weather months, other programs are available all year long, making the camp an option, regardless of when you child has his school holiday
59550 East Highway 26
Sandy, OR 97055
Kids with an affinity for the outdoors and a desire to explore will love participating in the Outward Bound Wilderness Program. Based in Washington, it hosted its first camper in 1964. It accepts children between the ages of 12 and 18, and offers a variety of outdoor exploration trips annually. Programs at this camp run year-round and rotate in focus, transitioning through 500 different trip topics. This camp allows participants to come face-to-face with the beauties of the Washington wilderness.
226 Lost River Road
Mazama, WA 98833
C3 Cyber Club
If your child prefers to spend his time surfing the net, the C3 Cyber Club camp may prove the perfect option. This Virginia-based camp offers tech-savvy campers the opportunity to build their computer skills while on holiday. The camp runs during summer months only and accepts campers between the ages of 6 and 14. While the emphasis at this camp is on exploring the world of computers, campers also engage in physical activities, such as summer sports and nature hikes, during their stay.
C3 Cyber Club
44710 Cape Court
Ashburn, VA 20147