Hey, Camp Fans!
There are more stories to share from the Everything Summer Camp ‘Share Your Camp Story’ Contest! Your camp stories were so great and were such a fun time reading through them all and now I’m excited to share them with all our readers online! We’re posting each submission right here on the Blog one by one!
We had ten lucky prize winners for this contest and since then I’ve been publishing the rest of your submissions. The following post is from Aurelia D. who wrote in to us about her time at Camp Woodland for Girls. Here it is:
“I go to camp Woodland for Girls in Eagle River Wisconsin for 6-weeks in the summer. I just completed 3rd grade and this summer was my second summer as a camper. My mom used to be a counselor at this camp when she was younger. I have so many fun memories from camp but my favorite is Camper Council. Camper council is when a cabin plans and executes an evening activity for the rest of the camp. My cabin, Tamarack, read bedtime stories to the younger cabins. We read Little Red Riding Hood. Olivia acted out the story as we were reading it. It was really funny and the campers loved it!”
Wow, Aurelia! Six weeks is a long time away from home! That’s great that you love Camp Woodland so much—and how great that you have a connection with the camp through your mom. I love your memory of Camper Council. The bedtime stories sounds like a really sweet idea. Also, I’ve always been a big Little Red Riding Hood fan.
If anybody else is interested in Camp Woodland for Girls, you can give it a closer look by clicking here and, as always, thanks for reading!