One of the main worries that most parents face during the sumer holidays is what to do with the kids? They get confuse as to whether to allow their kids hang out with their old friends or enroll them in a camp to make new friends. Summer camps are one of the most preferred options for many parents because they are known to build skills necessary to prepare for adulthood.

These camps offer growth in areas such as self-confidence, independence and making new friends. They are known to have helped many campers because they were able to make new friends, know a few good things about themselves, did certain exciting things.

Over the years, parents have reported that when their children come back home they are more caring, and act more responsibly and trustworthy. At a camp, the camper is allowed to enhance their physical characteristics like trained supervision, balanced meals, mental and physical vigor. It is also known to enhance children's social skills. Camps also provide an opportunity to learn about different races, economic levels, religions, gender and level of capabilities.

As, camps are safe place where children can develop a sense of community, relationships, and learn through first-hand experiences. It also open up children who are shy and timid to express themselves more freely. Most camps are located in mountains which allows children come close to nature, and learn a few things about the environment they live in. Some of the outdoor activities that camps offer are hiking and fishing too.

However, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind while camping, such as first aid kit, insect repellent, pain relievers, sunscreen, etc. tools required to create camp communities for successful and healthy development are camp activities and group living in a natural environment.