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The Skyline's the Limit

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Hey, Camp Folks!

At Everything Summer Camp, we pride ourselves on providing more than just excellent gear for your summer camp experience. Our customers can rely on advice from us on what gear will be appropriate, how to get the most out of a camp stay, how to find the right camp for your family, and more! Today’s Blog post features Camp Skyline for Girls—maybe it will be just the camp you’re looking for!

A private, Christian camp, Skyline was founded on the banks of Little River in Enjoy awesome living quarters in the cabins of Hut Row or across the river in the cabins for older campers.1947 atop Lookout Mountain in Northern Alabama in a town called Mentone. Young women have attended Camp Skyline for more than 70 years where they have discovered a clearer sense of their own individuality as well as how they fit in with their peers and their spiritual connection too.

Things stay pretty exciting at Camp Skyline! With fun activities a-plenty in the water and on the land, there’s never a dull moment! Enjoy the Skyline Circus where you can learn to fly like a trapeze artist! Try your hand at Archery and Riflery, the Skyline Ropes Course, and their Climbing Wall. Play sports like Tennis, Mountain Biking, Capture the Flag, Softball, Lacrosse, Fitness, Volleyball, and Ultimate Frisbee.  

Little River offers one of the South’s finest places for swimming too! So enjoy your time swimming and canoeing! Camp Skyline offers a great number of Arts & Crafts you can get involved in such as Cooking, Painting, and Pottery. And you can enjoy developing your skills at Performing Arts as well like Dance, Gymnastics, Flag & Baton, Theater, and more!

Campers are made to feel right at home in their cabin among the six that make up Hut Row and look forward to the year that they graduate into the cabins for the older campers! Camp Skyline gives girls a safe place where they can dip their feet into the lifelong process of growing up. Be sure to give it a closer look and check out their website some time. And, as always, thanks for reading.


- John


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