Camps for Fun

“It’s really about the children and how they grow.”  says David Trufant, who with his wife Anne directs Camps Kahdalea and Chosatonga. “We are not interested in being simply a high entertainment camp.  We seek more.  We’ve found that today’s children need time being unplugged.  They need time to just be and time to play.”  They also need opportunities for challenge and lots of little successes.  Soon they come to realize that they are far more capable than they knew.  Along with that, they develop new thinking skills, resilience and confidence!  All through this, they are surrounded with outstanding role models and community who, with much fun, connect and mentor.

The culture we’re in today is so tough for our children.  They’ll need that confidence to rise to future struggles and as an important ingredient in the leadership they can develop.

Camp has many traditional fun camp activities including tennis, swimming, drama, arts and crafts, archery, horseback riding, field sports and more.  We also encourage challenging wilderness skills and adventures in backpacking, paddling, mountain biking and rock climbing in the North Carolina mountains.  Get more information and see the VIDEO at – Camps Kahdalea and Chosatonga.  It’s worth the time.

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