A buzz of excitement fills the air as first time campers roll into camp.
When you first arrive at Skyline be prepared for a busy and exciting day!
“The fact that my girls talk about camp and fun memories all year long keep us coming back every year. Last February, my ten-year-old started asking when we could start packing.
The counselors are outstanding, impressive young ladies who truly care about the campers. They keep in touch and exemplify excellent character traits. They are just real.”
It is natural for children to experience some degree of homesickness when they first arrive at camp. The majority of them quickly adjust to camp life and begin to make new friends. Some children take a little longer to adjust and you may receive one or two homesick letters. By the time you receive these letters the homesickness has probably already passed.
If a camper is not adjusting, the camp mom and counselors will work with the child to help in the adjustment process. If we are not successful, we will call you to discuss the best course of action to take.
Before camp begins please do not promise to come and get your child if homesickness occurs. This type of statement defeats us before we have a chance to work out the problem. Here are some helpful hints: