FAQs for Campers at Summer Camp
Either you’ve registered for camp and have questions (Yay, can’t wait to see you!) or you’re really inquisitive (Great job doing your research!). Either way, we know you will have fun changing your world. Whether you are a first-time camper or have been to camp before, the following list of questions will help you get ready for camp. For FAQs geared towards parents, please check out our parent FAQs.
We exist for boys and girls as they are so they imagine the people they can become.
Always feel free to call us at 815-713-4110 or e-mail email@example.com if you have any questions not covered below. We always love to hear from campers and parents.
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What Our Campers Have to Say
“The most important thing I learned at camp was to empower who you are.“
“I love Camp Kupugani because I met people who were kind and accepting.“
“This place is a palace of adventure and will cripple every form of doubt when you set foot out of the car.”
“The most important thing I learned at camp was to be kind to each other and to make a difference in the world.”
“Camp Kupugani has helped improve my communication and leadership skills, while having lots of fun at the same time!”
“Camp Kupugani was one of the best experiences I have ever had. The camp allowed me to meet new friends, learned new things, and experience independence. I’m looking forward to coming back!”
“I love Camp Kupugani because I was able to gain more confidence and be more independent.”
“I have gone to the camp for 5 years and I have always had an amazing experience going there. When you go you not only become friends with each other you become family with each other.”
“It is the most positive environment I have ever found. The people are amazing, and, even after eight years, I’m still learning.”
“There’s lots of activities and you can make new friends and everyone there is loving, caring and joyful.”
“I love Camp Kupugani because it embraces everyone like no other place in the world.”
“I love camp because it is a safe place to be myself without being criticized for it.“