In the summertime, when the sun is high,
Children flock to camp with a gleeful cry.
They pack their bags and say goodbye,
To parents, siblings, and the daily grind.
At camp, they find a world of wonder,
With endless possibilities to ponder.
They make new friends and memories to keep,
As they explore the great outdoors and sleep beneath the stars.
Days are filled with laughter and adventure,
As they hike, swim, and play games without pressure.
They learn new skills and gain independence,
As they navigate challenges and take risks with confidence.
And when the campfire burns bright at night,
They gather round to sing and delight.
They share stories, jokes, and silly songs,
And feel a sense of belonging that lasts long after the summer's gone.
For summer camp is more than just fun,
It's a place where children learn and grow, one by one.
It's a safe and nurturing environment,
That fosters resilience, creativity, and enjoyment.
So let the children come and play,
At summer camp, where they can thrive and stay.
For the memories they make and the lessons they learn,
Will shape their lives and leave a mark that cannot be undone.