If your family has ever struggled to find the right Florida summer camps for kids, you’re in good company. We know there are a lot of unmaintained and incomplete listings out there, which makes it tough to get an accurate picture of precisely what’s available in your area for each upcoming season.
There’s no shortage of memorable summer camp opportunities in the Rocky Mountains. Your little campers can enjoy the vibrant natural scenery or engage in activities built around their special interests throughout the state of Colorado—although there’s a spectacular concentration of Colorado summer camps in and around the communities of Denver, Boulder, and Colorado Springs.
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It’s been a challenging summer for youth summer camps in the United States. The news around the pandemic has been up and down, depending on where you live. Many camps had to close in 2020 (62%, according to figures from CNBC), while others went virtual. Certain areas were fortunate to enjoy in-person programs, modified or abbreviated for local safety guidelines.
A ton of top-rated summer camps may have closed this year, but don’t worry, nothing can cancel summer! There are an enormous number of summer camp alternatives ripe for the plucking. Here are a few ways to keep kids busy:
Let’s say, hypothetically, you’ve got no camp marketing set up yet. Nada. Not even a walking billboard (a camper wearing your t-shirt). Where to begin? Don’t worry—you don’t need to know how to create a marketing strategy full of metrics, bells, and whistles to get things started. That will come in time.
2020 summer camps are in a precarious spot. Many camp owners are wondering how to increase summer camp enrollment with all of the uncertainty around social distancing measures and state-regulated limitations on public events. While some places, like Texas, already have a light at the end of that tunnel, other regions haven’t got there yet.
Texans are glowing with new hope for a vibrant 2020 summer camp season! On May 18, Governor Abbott announced the second phase of safely and strategically reopening the state by allowing Texas summer camps, youth sports, daycares, and bars to ramp up operations. Yes, COVID-19 has thrown a lot of wrenches into the works, but as Abbott said himself:
Getting to full capacity is the #1 priority for legions of camp owners and directors as we head into a much-needed summer camp season. And when it comes to driving registrations, you can’t beat free advertising.
The COVID-19 crisis has launched a temporary, socially-distanced way of life. Extra precautions at camp will be both wise and appreciated by your loyal families. But what if camp is delayed? What if on-site activities have to be canceled altogether?