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Camp Netimus for your camper!

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Hey, Happy Campers!

Everybody loves talking about themselves—and we’re certainly no exception here at Everything Summer Camp! I could go on forever about the great camping gear that we sell here, our solid customer service, or our awesome team. Instead, I’ll talk about a deserving summer camp. Today we’re shining the Everything Summer Camp spotlight on the beautiful Camp Netimus for girls.
Camp Netimus welcomes you.Situated in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Camp Netimus is the home for 7-16-year-old girls from all over the country (or even the world) as well as over 80 staff members every summer. Showing the young generation of women a fun summer since 1930, Netimus offers an unforgettable experience!

The philosophy of the directors at Camp Netimus is that their campers get real value just by letting them have fun. So they have a lot of it there. How could they not? They offer all the traditional sports like volleyball, basketball, softball, archery, and more. They have all the water activities you could want, along with outdoor adventurous trips, horseback riding, rock climbing, and more. And they have an excellent performing arts as well as arts and crafts programs.

Founded by the Moore family in Philadelphia, Camp Netimus was named after a Native Chief from Delaware in the 18 Century. Its opening summer, 85 years ago, saw just 16 campers and a small fraction of the facilities that can be found there today.

Today, you’ll find enough facilities to accommodate 145 campers, but Netimus is about so much more than their comfortable cabins and other campus buildings. AlwaCheck this colorful map from Netimusys succeeding in showing their campers a fun time, Netimus girls gain a world more than just a good time. They discover their individuality as well as their part in a community.

Check out Camp Netimus for your daughter so she can have the same experience. And, as always, thanks for reading.


- John


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