A little fresh air and sunshine can cure even the worst case of campsickness. Is there anything more classically summer than a soapbox derby? These camps allow students to come to campus for one month over the summer and get a head start on their college courses. Make a run to your local craft store and grab a tie-dye kit and a pack of friendship bracelet string to get a good taste of some quintessential camp crafts. If you have missed out on the daylight, push back your bedtime and head out to your backyard for some reminiscent stargazing.
Feeling a little more old school?
In this image from the Missouri State Archivesone young racer is seen wearing a football helmet for protection. The Center for Jewish History has little information about this photo of a group of teenagers in a rowboat at summer camp, though they appear to be having a pretty good time. Keep in touch Unquestionably, saying goodbye to camp friends is the most difficult part of leaving the summer behind, and missing those friends who live far away can make waiting for the next summer terribly challenging. DIY a day at camp Although camp might be months away, you can bring some of your favorite activities into the comfort of your very own home to get yourself back into the camp spirit. THIS video will help you in case you are stuck or do not know where to begin. Haven Point is a key part of this change.