Top 5 reasons your child should go to Camp Ladore this summer!

5) It’s Fun

Situated among picturesque mountain ranges, The Salvation Army’s Camp Ladore consists of approximately 1,200 acres of land surrounding a 265 acre lake. The camp facilities include a swimming pool, lakeside waterfronts for boating, pioneer living area, hiking trails, animal farm, a high ropes challenge course, arts & crafts and nature lodges, 4 athletic fields and basketball courts. Outdoor amphitheaters with campfire circles are used during evening programs and devotional times. Each village also has its own activity building for rainy days.

cast-370x2244) It’s Safe

Camp Ladore is an accredited member of the American Camping Association. The ACA’s mission is to enrich the lives of children, youth and adults through the camp experience. They do this by establishing a set of safety standards to improve and value the safety of children in all camp programming. Camp Ladore proudly upholds these high standards across every possible aspect of camp to ensure your children will have the best possible time while they are at Camp.

3) Enrichment for the Mind, Body and Spirit

Our programs take full advantage of natural resources for contributing to the spiritual, educational, social, and recreational needs of every camper. An integrated Christian education program provides opportunity for spiritual decision and growth.

Climbing-Poster-8.5x112) It’s Affordable

We are excited to offer 325 scholarships for a week of overnight camp at Camp Ladore. Cost for a weeklong session is ONLY $75 per camper per session and this includes everything for the week – food, transportation, lodging and activities!

 

1) Experience life outside the city

Imagine what a carefree week at an overnight summer camp could do for a child who has never experienced the great outdoors!  At The Salvation Army’s Camp Ladore in the Poconos, youth make memories to last a lifetime through nature study, swimming, boating, arts and crafts, music instruction, archery, hiking, organized games, ropes challenge courses, and more. For many children, Salvation Army camps are truly a life-changing experience.

For more information about Camp Ladore, contact Jeffrey Howe at 215-787-2819 or JHowe@use.salvationarmy.org or visit http://www.CampLadore.org.

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