Hey, Camp Folks!
We’re happy to hear from our participants for the July ‘Share Your Camp Story’ Contest submissions, though many kids were unable to attend. The coronavirus has had a huge impact on everyone—summer camps included, however, some camps were fortunate enough to be able to keep their doors open this summer season. We asked to hear from kids who weren’t able to attend camp this season to record this very unusual time in our world.
Our next submission for our ‘Share Your Camp Story’ Contest comes from Zach F. who wrote in to tell us about his time at Camp Woodward. Here’s his submission:
“This is my 1st summer attending Camp Woodward. I have attended other camps in the last 5-6 years. It was one of the best experiences of camp I have ever had. I had the opportunity to meet one of my favorite you tubers Raymond Warner. I even got a picture with him. I went with a good friend and it made the experience even more fun. I liked that camp allowed us to do what we wanted in our down time and the amount of ramps and parks they have on their facility was amazing. The counselors were very good at their level of skills and really made the experience fun. Camp was only a week but I wish it was longer. I got the experience of learning new skills and learned how to land a flip on my scooter. The best part of camp was developing the courage to try new tricks and perfect my skills. I begged for my parents to send me again but they said I have to wait for next summer. Woodward rocks and I look forward to many more summers spent there.”
I’m glad to hear that you were able to attend summer camp this year at Camp Woodward and that you loved it there so much! May the future bring you many more summer stays at this beautiful camp. Thanks for writing in to us, Zach! And to everyone else, as always, thanks for reading!