Snow Games

Don’t let a little snow put a damper on outdoor fun! Whether you’re planning after-school, day camp or winter camp activities, there are lots of options for those willing to bundle up and go outside. There’s always sledding, skating and hiking, but here are some fresh ideas from the folks at Family Fun: JUMP SNOW HURDLES Lightly pack a bunch of basketball-size snowballs and then use them to build a course of hurdles to jump over in a round of …

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2 comments on “Snow Games

  1. John McCory on said:

    I have been writing articles on camping throughout the world for an online monthly newspaper for six years now and am always seek info I can impart to all types of campers whereever they may be and what type of camping in which they engage. I was a two year state president of the Indiana Campground Owners’ Association and owned and managed a campground for 32 years. We sold the 85 acres in 2010 but are still trying to get people out of the house and enjoy the camping world. Do I have permission to pass on some of the activities you suggest as long as I give you credit each time I use any of them. I would appreciate it as we’re always looking for new activities. Thanks, John and El McCory, Ft. Wayne, Indiana (summers) and Tampa (winters)

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