Josephe Batard. Camping. April 23rd , 2018.
Packing. A large duffel bag may be the best way to pack everything inside for the camp. Many of them now come with wheels and are easier to transport and to store once they are empty. The age of your teen needs to be taken into consideration. If your teen is going to summer youth camp on a bus or public transportation it will be important to have something they can handle. Wheels will help. Personal items should be packed in a separate bag within the larger bag. Toiletries should be in a handy bag that can be taken to the bathing facilities.
Summer Youth Camp Recreation Activities. Many summer youth camps offer a variety of recreational activities in addition to the standard camp program. Homesickness is a part of the "first time away from home" camp but the more activities that suit the desires of your teen the better. Look through the recreation options with your teen and discuss them. Let the youth negotiate which activities they wish to participate in. Some activities may require special permission from parents. If for some reason any activity is off-limits to your youth you will need to make that clear to the camp staff and put it in writing. Some recreational activities may also require youth to pack special equipment or clothing. Most camp registration forms will have a section of the form for parents to complete regarding the recreational activities and permission for the youth to participate in them.
The off-season is devoted to development of your officiating skills. Early on in your career your first consideration will be instruction in fundamentals. Finding a camp that teaches the essentials is paramount. In exposure or "try-out" camps there are opportunities to meet conference supervisors and other key decision-makers but less focus on the basics. The expectation is that you have a solid foundation of the essentials and are ready to take your skills to the next level. There will certainly be teaching but it tends to be more focused on the details of this craft.
Tents: It is very important to know what kind of camping tent that will be best suited for the kind conditions you will most likely find yourself in. Camping tents have are ever more complicated in designs and it is important that you get one made for the environment you will be using it in. The tent is the most invaluable piece of equipment that you will take on any camping vacation it is important that you choose your tent very carefully from the wide selection of tents. Camping tents can be classified by their size that is the number of people they can accommodate. From the one man tent and larger family tents such as our 4 up to an 8 man tent ranges to cutting edge extreme weather geodesic tents and sleeping bags to suit all conditions. One to two person tents are designed to comfortably fit one to two people they are lightweight and generally easy to assemble.
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