We have many years of experience dealing with homesick campers and they will get the attention they need to get through it. It is natural for most campers to experience a degree of homesickness, especially if it is their first time away from home. It is not uncommon for parents to receive a homesick letter, only to call us and learn that homesick feelings have passed and the camper is now having fun.
The first few hours of camp are planned and geared in great detail to help campers feel more comfortable on the first day. Campers arriving at camp will quickly engage in games and icebreakers to help them meet new friends and feel more connected with their cabin.
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