Inter-Camp Activities

Inter-camp activities involve merging children from two separate camps, and having them compete in sports and other recreational activities. Inter-camps typically include team sports, such as soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, street hockey, gymnastics, volleyball, swimming and climbing wall, and individual sports, such as tennis. Although participants play competitively and certainly like to win, emphasis is placed on participation and sportsmanship. Every child has an opportunity to participate, regardless of ability in a particular area. Inter-camps cut across the daily schedule. …


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