If you're a regular reader (thank you) of my blog, you'll know that I love to camp. I've been camping since I was 3 years old and I don't think the love of the outdoors has ever gone away. Some of my best childhood memories come from family camps and Girl Guide camps.
We took the twins camping for the first time when they were just under 2 years old. It was busy and challenging, and I was exhausted by the end of the weekend; but, in spite of all that we had a blast. The kids got dirty and disgusting and it was awesome!
This year, may be the first in a long time that we won't be able to go camping. Now that I'm working full-time I'm uncertain as to whether I can get the time off. I don't want the kids to miss out on these wonderful camping experiences which is why I'm considering Muskoka Woods. Mukoka Woods is a camp just for kids. They have over 1000 acres of property and 2800 feet of shoreline on lake Rosseau in Muskoka. I've spent many a summer in Muskoka, on Skeleton Lake, so I'm familiar with lake Rosseau as we would make day trips out that way. The summer camp program offers 50 different programs and activities for kids 7-17. Some of the activities include tennis, beach volleyball, a rock climbing wall, high ropes course and much, much more!
The kids stay in fully-enclosed cabins with bunk-beds; my kids will love that! Meals are buffet-style, 3 times a day, with snacks throughout. The staff at Muskoka Woods are happy to accomodate any dietary requests as well; and, the camp is nut-free.
Check out this great video from Muskoka Woods.
To learn more about Muskoka Woods or to sign up for a memorable experience, click here. I can't wait to hear about your camping experiences! See other Muskoka Woods posts by searing #MuskokaWoods2013.
Disclosure - I am participating in the Muskoka Woods Blogger Campagin by Mom Central Canada. I received compensation as a thank you for participating and for sharing my honest opinion. The opinions on this blog are my own.