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Save Big this Week for Memorial Day!

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Hey, Summer Shoppers!

Memorial Day is nearly here! We’re certainly ramping up to the summer season and excited for the upcoming federal holiday—Memorial Day. This day is a day to remember the soldiers who have fallen while in service to their country, but because of its position on the calendar and the time off from work, many folks think of it as an unofficial first day of summer with family get-togethers and barbecues.

You might also think of Memorial Day as a marker to kick your camp prep into full gear! Now’s the time to check off the rest of your list so that you don’t find Get your Memorial Day Sale savings at Everything Summer Camp this week!yourself still getting ready the day before camp starts!

As helpful incentive to get your gear now, I’m announcing our Memorial Day Sale which is going on now and ends at 11:59pm CST Tuesday, May 28!

Check out the sale:

Camp Trunks and Pop Ups

For our main feature, our Memorial Day Sale slashes the price of our standard-size C&N Camp Trunks (which are manufactured right here in our own facility) as well as our Pop Up Soft Trunks. Order the right camp container for your camp stay and get it for $20 off!

Trunk Accessories

Maximize your C&N camp trunk and get the most out of it with awesome camp accessories like wheels, lid organizers, trays, locks, and more at 20% off!

Name Labels

In case you haven’t heard this enough yet, you want to label EVERYTHING you take to summer camp. We make it really easy and even fun with our convenient labeling methods. Get Iron On Clothing Labels, Stick On Labels, Stamps, and more—all for 20% off!

Laundry Bags

We offer a variety of Laundry Bags that range from simple mesh bags to personalized bags that read your camper’s name. We even have Bags that are completely covered in a very cool graphic print like watermelon, mermaid scales, and many, many more! Get them all at 10% off!   

Assorted Discount Gear

We’re not stopping just yet! We’re offering a slew of camping gear like Sleeping Bags, Rain Gear, Backpacks, and more as well as other camp supplies such as bug repellent, sunscreen, camp stationery, and more for 10% off as well. Browse around our site and you’re sure to see discounts galore!


LOC and camp. T’s

We’ve recently added to our Life of Camp Clothing Line Collection! Our sale price for these new additions takes the tag from $17.99 down to $13.99. And you’ll see our ‘camp. T’s’ sitting at the same price for this sale too!

Take advantage of this week of sales and knock your camp prep out of the park so you can breathe a sigh of relaxation and enjoy some peace before the summer season really kicks off! As always, thanks for reading and Happy Memorial Day!


- John

Accounts from Campers Themselves!

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Hey, Camp Folks!

The Everything Summer Camp ‘Share Your Camp Story’ drawing saw an excellent response last year with 60 entries! That’s why we’ve published each and every one right here on the Blog! We received a handful that weren’t long enough to qualify for our contest, but we thought we’d at least share them on the Blog. Check out these three accounts from excited campers!

First is this entry from Winnie O. who attended Camp Oneka: Get a good look at Camp Oneka.My camp is awesome because it has been around for 110 years. My grandmom, my mom, and my aunt all camp to this camp too. This was my first year and it was so much fun. Camp Oneka has the best food ever all thanks to Nancy, the cook who has been there since my mommy went to this camp 30 years ago. She cooks the most amazing mashed potatoes and I love her chocolate cake with green icing. My camp is also the best because I learned to play Newcomb, tie a square knot and go sailing. I made new friends from all over the world and can't wait to go back next year.

Next up is a submission about Aliza C. and her time at Camp Agawak: Camp Agawak is more than just talk!

Returning for my fourth summer at Agawak I knew what to expect, I didn’t want or expect change, but it was coming! First session continued as normal. Yet, when second session arrived so did change. My cabin for the past 4 years received new campers. This brought shock as the new campers didn’t know us or anything about camp. We had to show them the ropes to being a camper.

Thanks for these submissions, Winnie and Aliza! Glad to hear camp was full of fun, new experiences for the both of you! If anybody else is interested in attending one of these camps, put some time aside and look into Camp Oneka or look into Camp Agawak for yourself! And, as always, thanks for reading!


- John

Grand ol' Osprey

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Hey, Backpackers!

Lucky for you, we just brought some of the best packs in the world onboard our great camping gear selection available on our online shop! Responsible for some of the best packs in the world, get a quick look at some of our latest in adventure packs for your exciting expeditions during your summer camp stay from the famous brand name Osprey!Osprey is a fantastic brand name.

Along with these five backpacks—highlighted here—we also just brought on two new Osprey Duffel Bags as well as a convenient Packing Cube Set from them! Look into these practical products and enjoy the following rundown of our new Osprey Packs!

First up—Ace it

We have our 50 Liter and 75 Liter sizes. Made using Osprey’s award-winning LightWire frame, these Packs offer you balance and load stability! These Packs have hipbelts for additional carrying support and provide perfect back panel ventilation to keep you from getting to warm or sweaty while carrying your pack.

Next…Gotta Jet!

A compact Pack, the Osprey Jet holds 18 Liters and is designed wisely to maximize the storage space of this simple kids backpack. A daypack gives you all-day comfort with a mesh back panel that creates ventilation. The shoulder harness is lined with fleece for cushion.

Last, Viva la Volt

Made in particular for girls, the Osprey Viva 50 flaunts a design of simplicity and ordered design. Taking on a pared-down shape, this Backpack for girls is not only durable, but comfortable too. And never feel insufficiently prepared when you hit the woodsy, winding trails this summer with the Osprey Volt 60 Backpack! This amazing backpack is sure to withstand the tribulations of outdoor adventures!

You can order any one of these backpacks by clicking the links above. Be prepared for whatever summer camp has in store for you and, as always, thanks for reading!


- John

Emma and Maya's Summer Camp Stories

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Hey, Camp Folks!

The Everything Summer Camp ‘Share Your Camp Story’ drawing saw an excellent response from last year’s camp experience with 60 entries! That’s why we’re publishing each and every one right here on the Blog! Today I’ve got two submissions ready to go from Emma C. as well as Maya C.! They’re entries are both on the shorter side, but you can tell there wasn’t any shortage of fun at the camps they attended!

First, take a look at what Emma said about her stay at Pine Cove Camp: Check out this Pine Cove account!

All About Camp

Pine Cove was fun, awesome and amazing. I wish camp was longer because I loved it. My favorite thing at camp was making friends. My favorite activity was swimming. My counselors name was Double Chocolate Trip. My cabin was Wild Flower. I liked Bible study and the jumping pillow. I also liked playing with my friends. My favorite theme night was super hero night.

On the last day, it was sad to leave camp but I still have memories and friends from camp. I look forward to camp next year. I like my new friends. They are like sisters to me.

And here’s the submission from Maya about her experience at French Woods Sports and Arts Center:

Find comraderie at French Woods!I was that camper who cried on day one and cried on the last day because I didn’t want to leave. I fell in love with riding horses and playing piano at. camp. I made friends with girls my age from all over the world China, Spain, Argentina, England and Scotland! There was so much to choose from so I tried archery, live action role play we ran around using foam swords it was really fun. I already asked my mom if I could go back to the winter reunion. I want to go back next year! I heart FWSA.

I’m glad you two had such positive summers last year! If anyone else is interested in one of these camps, check out Pine Cove Camp or look into French Woods Sports and Arts for yourself sometime! And, as always, thanks for reading!


- John

Ride on!

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Hello, Riders!

Do you know where you’re heading to camp this summer? If horseback riding is your passion, then perhaps today’s Blog post will introduce you to your next summer camp experience. We’re shining our summer camp spotlight over to the eastern border in the state of New York where we can focus in on Forrestel Riding Camp.

Get those thrills this summer at Forrestel Riding Camp.This beautiful institution sits on an 800-acre, working farm near the western tip of upstate New York—just an hour away from Niagara Falls. There, horse aficionados are provided with miles upon miles of cross-country trails to ride. Enjoy hours of exploration among the birds and the deer and oak trees!

With an obvious focus on horseback riding, Forrestel’s riding facilities include a gorgeous historic barn complex, multiple schooling rings with well-maintained grass footing, a sand ring, a wonderful outdoor hunt course, an exciting cross country-course, and a spacious indoor arena. Expect to do lots of riding when you sign up for a summer stay at Forrestel!

But this camp has more than horses! Offering a slew of traditional summer camp activities besides horseback riding, you can also enjoy Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing/Kayaking, Drawing, Fishing, Pottery, Mountain Biking, Baking, Small Animal Care, Rocketry, Stable Management, Team Sports, Tennis, Woodworking, and more.

Food at Forrestel is grown directly from the farm and cooked on site! You can’t get any more fresh than that! Lunches and dinners have salads and vegetables as well as plenty of meat, pasta, milk, and juice. Cold milk and fresh fruit are offered nightly as a pre-bedtime snack!

Girls at Forrestel Riding Camp sleep in large cabin-like tents that are set up on wooden platforms raised off the ground. Typically, tents house six campers and two counselors. Bathroom and showers are nearby. Look into Forrestel Riding Camp for Girls further for your own summer escape and, as always, thanks for reading!


- John