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Lovely Camp Laurelwood

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Hey, Camp Fans!

If you’re unsure where you want to attend camp in the following season, then today’s Blog post just might introduce you to your summer camp experience for next year! We’re shining our summer camp spotlight over to the eastern coast where we find this Jewish summer camp in Connecticut since the long ago year of 1937, Camp Laurelwood.

Perched upon 140 magnificent acres of magical wooded wilderness, Camp Laurelwood is the summer setting for life-long memories and friendships. It’s a place where kids can develop a better understanding of who they are and how they fit into a community that they’re happy to be a part of!

Summer camp at Laurelwood offers classic camp activities such as Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Boating, Dance, Ga-ga, Fitness, Football, Floor Hockey, High and Low Ropes, Kickball, Lacrosse, Martial Arts (including Krav Maga), Mountain Biking, Ping Pong, Playscape, Soccer, Softball, Speedball, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Yoga, Zip Lines, and more! Have fun in the water too with Canoeing, Kayaking, Surf-Biking, and everyone’s favorite—Paddleboarding!

You can have fun indoors at Laurelwood too with fun activities like Arts & Crafts where campers can create pottery, ceramics, jewelry, soap, candles, mosaics, and other craft projects. They can learn new songs and dance routines. And their aerobics program combines the music kids love with fitness, exercise and fun.

Sprinkled with adorable cabins to accommodate campers in the girl’s campus as well as the boy’s campus, Camp Laurelwood features the Drazen Dining Hall, Dance Studio, the Nature Hut, the Health Center, and so many more great facilities that are more than complementary to the surrounding wilderness!

If Camp Laurelwood sounds like it might be the place for you check it out further by clicking here for your next summer’s camp experience! As always, Camp Fans, thanks for reading.


- John


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