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Partyin' it up at Laity Lodge!

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Hey, Camp Fans!

It’s been great to read all the camper submissions we received this year for our ‘Share Your Camp Story’ Contest at Everything Summer Camp. I’m happy to share them with our online community and post each submission right here on the Blog! Besides our ten lucky prize winners, all other entrants received a $20 gift certificate to our online store and get their story published on the Blog, one at a time!

Summer Campers have a lovely time at Laity Lodge Camp.

Today’s post is from Cameron B., who wrote in to tell us about the party atmosphere at Laity Lodge Youth Camp. Check out today’s submission right now:

“My favorite part about camp would probably be the rave party. It was so fun and surreal and the flashing lights and loud music definitely made it memorable! I remember how I didn't wear my tennis shoes there and my slides kept sticking to the candy and drinks on the ground and I'd end up barefoot. It was very fun and I know that I will remember it for days to come, and think back on it when I come to camp again in upcoming years.”


Hey, Cameron! Thanks for sending in your submission to our camp story contest. It sounds like that rave party at Laity Lodge was a truly something else! What a night of flashing lights, loud music, and summer fun! I guess the folks at Laity Lodge Youth Camp really know how to show their campers a fun time. I’m glad you have this night that will live on in your memories for many years to come as an unforgettable summer camp memory.

If you think Cameron’s story sounds cool, you can look into Laity Lodge Youth Camp for yourself by checking out their website when you click right here. Thanks for reading, Camp Folks! And, as always, Happy Camping!


- John

1 comment

  • Wow! Great story. I love hearing people’s experience at Laity Lodge Youth Camp :) I should note the right link to LLYC’s website is

    Laity Lodge is a separate program from LLYC.

    Lindsey Bruce on

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