Although the coronavirus pandemic continues, families are generally safe sheltering at home, social distancing from others. And while the fate of returning to schools remains unclear, summer camps are hopeful this pandemic will be behind us come time to start the camps season.
That’s why many camps in our area are moving forward with planning, which can be found at findkidscamp.com. And many parents are keeping their fingers crossed that our world will be safe and our kids will have a fun-filled summer.
So if you are looking for some non-coronavirus related information, check out the website, findkidscamp.com. With detailed filter options, Jmore created this website to make it as easy and user-friendly as possible. Some of the unique features include the ability to search by camp type, child’s interest, child’s age and day length.
While none of us know what the future will hold, we can all have something to look forward to. And right now, while many parents have come to terms with the idea that schools may or may not reconvene, we can turn our focus to summer camp.
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