Parents of kids with disabilities are looking for safe staycation alternatives for school break, and Pine Tree Camp has stepped up to fill that need with its first ever Pine Tree Camp to You Spring Week. All campers need is a spirit of adventure, an Internet connection, a mobile device or computer and a free Zoom account. Pine Tree Camp will provide the rest.
Here’s how it works:
Families will receive a curated activity box containing everything they need to fully participate in five days of activities from April 19th through April 23rd. The week is specially designed for all ages and abilities and Kids will come together via Zoom to connect for group activities and can also participate in self-guided activities at their own pace. There will be an opening campfire, talent show, and dance party as well as other fun activities like seed planting, squirrel table building, disc golfing, rain sticks and painting.
“Campers will be able to join Zoom cabin groups each day to do the activities with friends old and new,” said Pine Tree Camp director Dawn Willard-Robinson. “Keeping people connected is the very essence of what we do, and, as innovative camp professionals, we’re always thinking about what more we can do to serve our community and safely provide connection for Maine people with disabilities and their families.”
Registration for Pine Tree Camp to You Spring Week is now open. Detailed information is available at this link.