The 2012 Hi-Hills Day Camp Teen Travel Program February 24, 2012
Traditionally the Hi-Hills Teen Travel Program creates a great deal of excitement with our oldest campers. Besides the obvious appeal of action packed day trips and water parks, The Teen Travel Program has become a rite of passage. Many campers join our Hi-Hills community from an early age (as young as 3 years old) and wait patiently for this opportunity and privilege.
Our Teen Travel program is unique in a number of ways, but above all for our scheduling. Teen Travel Campers spend 3 days a week (Tues-Thurs) traveling on exciting day trips. Monday and Friday they experience our Traditional Day Camp with a special schedule geared toward them. At Hi-Hills we feel campers at this age can and should be able to make more choices. So we provided them with options and they create their day under the watchful eyes of our trained counselors. Whether it’s participating in a dance class or creating a challenging game of gaga. From arts and crafts to swimming and hiking Hi-Hills has a facility to deliver a fun day rain or shine.
We used feedback from our 2011 Teen Travel staff and campers to develop our 2012 program, that we recently announced, click here to view our 2012 Teen Travel Schedule. We are very excited about EVERY trip this summer.
Teen Travel Overnight Trip
Back by popular demand we are heading to Connecticut for another round of ClubGetaway as our annual overnight trip. Each year ClubGetaway develops a range of new programs and activities for our campers. Parents can expect their children to participate in everything from, zip lining and sports tournaments, to water sports and Bouncy Boxing, Club Getaway has it all.
2012 Day trips include Six Flags, Mountain Creek, Dorney Park, CBK a Safari, NY Sightseeing, and a trip to Broadway, Surf Lessons, the Jersey Shore, Karting, Climbing, Camping, Paintballing, and much much more.
Week 8 Teen Travel Camping Trip
One of my favorite trips of the summer has to be the overnight camping trip in week 8. This is an opportunity for children to experience a “residential” rustic camp . We build a camp fire, cook S’mores, bring a guitar and tell stories. We have the best capture the flag game of the summer and “hang out”. After spending the summer together it’s a great way to end the program and reminisce about all the fun and great memories we made together.
Have a great weekend