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Thinkin' about Camp Lincoln?

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Hey, Camp Fans!

You know what’s always a treat for us is when we get to talk up the great camps with whom we’ve formed such amazing relationships. We work with more than 270, so we post about them pretty often. We call them our Summer Camp Spotlight Blog posts and today, we’re fixing our spotlight on Camp Lincoln for boys—brother camp of Lake Hubert for girls.

Located on beautiful land occupying the north side of Lake Hubert, these campgrounds boast a clear, spring-fed lake with a soft, sandy bottom and gradual slope. Providing more than 120 acres and a second small lake on its southern border (Bass Lake), the setting at Camp Lincoln sets the perfect tone for a wonderful summer camp experience.    Find the fun at Camp Lincoln and see what's waiting for you when you check out today's Blog post!

Your camper is sure to be engrossed in a number of all the available activities from options like Archery, Baseball/Softball, Crafts, Dance, Drama, Golf, Guitar, Lacrosse, Martial Arts, Biking, Horse Riding, Radio, Riflery, Soccer, Tennis, Rock Climbing, High and Low Ropes Course, Day and Overnight Trips, Fishing, Kayaking, Sailing, along with a whole lot more!

Give your son the gift of summer camp—the gift that keeps on giving as it instills confidence in its campers and teaches them how they fit as an individual into a healthy community of camp-minded folks as well as how they fit into the natural world.

You and your son can choose from a two, three, four, or eight-week camp stay. All summer sessions at Camp Lincoln are designed to introduce your camper to a subtle maturation, but they encourage kids to opt for the longest session-length they feel they can handle as the benefits and overall impact multiply exponentially the longer you stay.

If either Camp Lincoln or Camp Lake Hubert seems like a good place for your family, be sure to check out their website for yourself by clicking right here and, as always, thanks for reading.


- John


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