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Hey, Camp Fans!

The recommended camp outfitter for nearly three hundred summer camps, we here at Everything Summer Camp are proud to work with every single one of them! And we love singing the praises of the many camps with whom we’ve developed a working relationship too. That’s why today I’m shining our camp spotlight on the pristine land in the northeast corner of Chicago, Illinois.

Put yourself on 600 acres of a shaded land under a canopy of white pines, oak trees, maples, and ash trees to envision yourself at JCC (Jewish Community Center) Camp Chi. Wooded trails and a ravine perfect for hiking surround open fields for games and fun. Blass Lake provides a cool breeze during the day and picturesque sunsets each night.

Try your hand at awesome activities such as Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Fitness Training, Flag Football, Frisbee Golf, Gaga, Krav Maga, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball, Ultimate Frisbee, Rock Climbing, Ropes Course, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, and plenty more. Head to the lake for Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Knee Boarding, Paddle Boarding, Sailing, Swimming, Water Basketball, Wake Boarding, Water Skiing, and more!

And, there’s also great indoor activities like everyone’s favorite: Arts & Crafts, Ceramics & Pottery, Photography, Glass Fusing, Jewelry-Making, Nature Crafts, Painting & Drawing, Textiles, Woodworking, DJ, Film, Music, Radio, Stop Motion Animation, Plays, Dance, Drama, and plenty more!

Cabin groups at Camp Chi are made up of approximately 12 campers and four staff members. All Chi cabins have cute porches on the front with bunk beds inside as well as cubby space for belongings. Bathrooms are nearby.

For close to one hundred years, Camp Chi has accelerated children’s athletic, social, and intellectual development . Camp Chi has seen great success in kick-starting kids on an awesome path through life. Check out their website for a closer look by clicking right here and, as always, thanks for reading!


- John


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