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Christmas Gifts for Campers

by Stacie Hoppman on December 1,2015 in Camp Talk Parents with No Comments

It’s that time of year when stores start putting out Christmas decorations, Christmas music plays on the radio, and kids begin writing up their Christmas lists. So, if you have a camper at home that just can’t wait for Christmas, consider some of these great camp gifts! 1. A Camp Wyoming hoodie – maybe during... read more

Inside Out After Summer Camp

by Stacie Hoppman on August 24,2015 in Camp Talk Growing Faith Parents with No Comments

Inside Out After Summer Camp

This Summer was all about Inside Out. We learned about how God shows us mercy, grace, and love. God meets our needs. God builds relationships with us. However, we shouldn’t keep these blessings of God to ourselves. We need to take all of these blessings and turn them from being just within, or INSIDE of... read more

Why Campers Become Leaders

by Stacie Hoppman on April 20,2015 in Camp Talk Parents Summer Camp with No Comments

Why Campers Become Leaders

Leadership is a skill that is often developed at camp. Here at Camp Wyoming, our Leaders-in-Training program is designed to specifically teach teenagers how to lead, how to take charge of a situation, how to teach and coach, and how to work alongside others. However, you don’t have to come to our Leaders-in-Training program to... read more

Letters From Camp

by Stacie Hoppman on February 12,2015 in Camp Talk Parents Summer Camp with No Comments

Letters From Camp

Every parent hopes to get a letter from their child while they are away at camp. You hope to hear about all the new friends they’ve made, the activities they got to do, and the new foods they tried. Perhaps the most famous “letter from camp” is Allan Sherman’s Camp Granada. It’s the letter every... read more

The Way Children Play

by Stacie Hoppman on January 27,2015 in Camp Talk Parents with No Comments

The Way Children Play

As a kid, I (Stacie) would often sit and listen as my parents fondly recalled memories of playing outside—heading out right after breakfast to roam the neighborhood and not come home again until the street lights came on at night. To hear them describe it, it seemed that every kid in the neighborhood came outdoors... read more