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Lodging at the Inn at Holiday Valley, continental buffet breakfast and a 3 hour Aerial Adventure for two starts at $117.50 per person per day midweek, based on a two night stay. The Inn also has an indoor/outdoor heated pool and hot tub, plus guests of the Inn are able to use the first session of Holiday Valley pool complex on weekends during the summer season. Book online or call (800) 323-0020 for a reservation.


During summer, run your drip irrigation system in a single cycle of 30 to 90 minutes, three days a week. The length of each watering should be determined by the emitter flow rate, soil type and weather conditions. Experts agree that running drip irrigation less frequently is much better for plants than daily watering. See our drip watering tips for details.

Never tried a zipline? Schweitzer's has one that's perfect for a little bit of adventure on a summer's day! Zip 700 feet next to your friend or relative as you enjoy the thrill of it all! Open from 11am till 5pm, June 17 to September 5, 2022, weather permitting. All participants need to purchase their tickets in person at the Summer Activity Center.

Plan a day of adventure this summer with zip line, wheel luge, archery and rock climbing. We open for the season on Memorial Day weekend, but we have a limited number of tickets available. We reccommend booking your tickets now to ensure space.Buy Tickets

Our Adventure Gift Cards are easy to give and a great way to make a memory with friends and family this summer. Gift cards can be used to purchase luge or zip line tickets day passes and any food or merchandise at the Park.

We're showing you the incredible people and places that make the DMV special all summer long. From must-stop locations to tasty restaurants to compelling community members, you won't want to miss a minute!

For most of the country, the warmest day occurs sometime between mid-July and mid-August. The amount of solar radiation reaching Earth (in the northern Hemisphere) peaks at the summer solstice on June 21, but temperatures tend to keep increasing into July. The continued warming occurs because the rate of heat input from the sun during the day continues to be greater than the cooling at night for several weeks past the solstice, until temperatures start to descend in late July and early August.

The standard 6-week day camp program is for children 6-12 years old, as determined by age on September 1, 2023. This summer registration will be done by age group at most parks, to ensure campers are with kids their age. When registering, please confirm you have selected the correct age group option.

Our team seeks friendly, fun, outgoing, professional individuals who are interested in working in a unique environment for the summer season! Seeking candidates for full season (mid-May to mid-October) and peak season (June 1 to mid-August).

Employees will find they are in for a really rewarding summer experience at Soaring. The fresh mountain air and the pristine forest environment are without comparison. Living on 180 private acres of land surrounded by the San Juan National Forest is unique as you are immersed in nature and the beauty of the mountains as you live and work in the same place. Staff does not need to worry about driving a car to get to work - everyone lives and works on the property together.

Living and working in a remote, wilderness environment can be a rewarding and life-changing experience. Because of our being a seasonal summer business, we attract many similarly-aged, extroverted, adventuresome individuals who are eager to make the most of their summer. With spotty cell service and no TV, staff members actually spend the majority of their free time with each other hiking, exploring, camping, and adventuring together.

Our staff works a five-day on, two-day off work week, which allows time to explore the amazing mountains and towns of the Southwest. Enjoy fishing, hiking, camping, 4-wheeling, and exploring the beauty of the Colorado mountains on your days off. Visit old mining towns like Silverton, Ouray, and Telluride and partake in the many local summer festivals, or explore old abandoned gold mines in the area. Durango is a dynamic college town, and many of our staff occasionally head into town to enjoy white water rafting, mountain biking, cafes, restaurants, and the ambiance and history of historic Durango.

Visit the Briscoe-Garner Museum to learn about two famous Texas politicians. Fort Inge, once a frontier fort and Texas Ranger camp, now hosts occasional star parties. In summer, join a Frio Bat Flight tour to see the nightly exodus of one of the largest Mexican free-tailed bat colonies in the world. Visit the Uvalde Visitors Center and the Frio Canyon Chamber of Commerce for more information.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) -- There's a part of Jordan, in Scott County, that's both scenic and maybe a little scary. Imagine spending your summer days on top of a 100-foot cliff. It's a reality for the good folks at Sand Creek Adventures.

Although still structured, summer camps are more relaxed than the school routine and offer time and freedom for spontaneous play. The Y provides healthy eating, physical activity, fun in nature, arts and crafts, swimming and much more!

At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. We believe all children should have the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Financial assistance makes summer day camp available to those kids in need. Download our financial assistance application or call 502-587-9622 for more information.

We knew that kids needed camp more than ever this past summer and they thrived at Mohawk Day Camp! We reimagined and reinvented every aspect of the camp program with health and safety as our top priorities.

Payment is required to reserve your spot. Refund Policy We can only accommodate a limited number of flyers on each tour, so once a slot is booked it is removed from the list. If you are booking a group (more than one person) please make sure everyone will meet the suitability and safety requirements listed in the link below. If one member of the group can not participate or not meet the requirements we will only refund that person not the others in the group. A full refund will be made to your credit card if your reservation is cancelled at least 5 days before your date, a credit for use at Snowbowl this summer season if cancellation is made between 5 days and 24 hours before reserved time. No refunds or credits if cancelled within 24 hours of reservation or if a no show. Please click here to review these important safety requirements and suggestions for all riders CONTENTS.

No one does camp like the Y! Offered at locations all around the Houston area, YMCA summer day camp participants will MAKE THEIR MARK while having a blast in a safe, enriching environment, surrounded by positive role models. Our focus on achievement, relationships and belonging will help your child make new friends, develop independence and try new things. We are confident we have the right camp for your child. Pick your desired experience and register today!

Experience the thrill of flying through the mountains! Sugarloaf zipline tours are wicked fun for the whole family; you'll love the thrill of reaching speeds of up to 25 miles per hour. Groups of 8 leave every 60 minutes throughout the summer, weather permitting.

NSLA hosted a historic conference for nearly 1,000 education and civic leaders working to support youth, families, and communities at the national, state and local levels. They gathered to discuss how best to help students combat summer and Covid learning loss, and how to close the achievement and opportunity gaps that exist between higher and lower income students.

Busy kids are happy kids. Our summer camp sessions provide a structured and positive environment, keeping kids active and safe while at the same time giving them the opportunity to learn about building relationships with other kids and the world around them. Camp sessions are programmed with activities for kids that engage and inform.

State childcare subsidy is accepted at most of our summer camps, and offer scholarships to help parents with the cost of childcare. Parents are encouraged to contact Salvation Army summer camps directly for more information.

In providing its after-school and summer camp programs and services to families, The Salvation Army is committed to accommodating all those in need without unlawful discrimination or harassment based on age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, disability, citizenship, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other characteristic in accordance with our capacity to help.

The Salvation Army offers a wide array of community programs to help cultivate brighter futures. Along with community centers, we provide summer camps and after-school programs for students of all ages, and numerous music, art, and athletic programs for aspiring youth. While free summer camp invites kids to experience the world in a new way, extracurricular activities give families access to programs they might not otherwise be able to afford. 041b061a72




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