At Camp Kupugani, our Parent-Child weekend provides a fantastic opportunity for Mom or Dad and a child to reinforce the parental bonds and connect with other parents and children. Our relaxing, natural environment, combined with team building and empowerment activities, helps our participants celebrate the essential relationship between parents and children. Fun activities like pool time, dam jumping, and GaGa, also helps to deepen bonds.
Join us as we provide a fantastic venue to celebrate the essential relationship between a parent and child. For only $290 a pair ($75 for each additional child) and experiences such as pool time, canoeing, and team building activities, the relationship with your child is bound to grow deeper.
Parent-Child Weekend Details
- August 18-20, 2023
- Professional, trained staff maximize camper development and safety
- Instill and reaffirm bonds of friendship and trust between parent and child
- Parents/children can be either male or female
- Connect with a variety of parents and children of different backgrounds
- Parents interact with each other to foster emotional support systems
- Tons of fun! Never too late for Mom or Dad to go to camp!
Registration is limited, so if interested, register online today! If you have a son or daughter aged 4-14 and you’d like to register by phone, receive information by mail, or for any questions at all, please call us at 815-713-4110 or email.
Quotes from Past Parents
“I was able to bond with so many amazing women; the activities were a blast; the staff is full of incredible SPIRIT; and I loved having quality time with my daughter!”
“The staff, Kevin and Natasha, do an amazing job with the weekend! Meeting amazing women and their daughters and making new friends. The time spent with my daughter was incredible and the bonding was unforgettable.”
“I loved digging in (‘leaning in’) and squashing fears of looking silly, falling, etc….I want to use this experience to remind my daughter if how to live life without fear.”
“I got a chance to meet lots of new people, be adventurous, try new activities and spend fun time with my girls in nature!”
“It is a welcome break from the everyday motions of life. The atmosphere is so fresh, so welcoming, and so allowing for mistakes to be forgiven, for tears to be comforted, and for growth to bloom.”
“Having guided conversations and experiences to help us deepen our relationship and our own life journeys was remarkable.”
“What a wonderful feeling to step away from the everyday hustle, disconnect from electronics and just focus on bonding with my daughter! Endless amounts of fun activities, incredible staff and delicious food! Highly recommend to anyone looking to create incredible lasting memories!”
“I got a chance to have unbridled fun and special time with my daughter in a stress-free and positive environment.”
“I spent a lot of time with my daughter doing things that we had never done before, and she was so happy.”
“The most important thing I learned about my daughter was ‘I love my kiddo.” Plain and simple, and I need to remind myself that she won’t be this age ever again. Be thankful of the time I have.”
“I enjoyed Mother Daughter Weekend because Camp Kupugani is such a beautiful place. I had some precious, loving, happy time with my daughter.”
“The most important thing I learned about myself was how proud I am to be a mother.”
“Had the most beautiful and treasured time with my daughter. We made memories, met other amazing mother daughter duos! We challenged ourselves and affirmed ourselves and others. The global and cultural diversity was abundant and made our experience that much more enriching! Would definitely do this again!!”
“Kevin creates the world I wish we lived in. Inclusive, fun, responsible, and considerate of others. I hope to return again and again.”
“My daughter and I attended the Mother/Daughter weekend – it was the perfect getaway and experience to have with her at this age (8), along with getting to check out the camp as a possibility for her sleepaway in the future. The camp staff is dedicated to providing opportunities to get to know other campers and is truly a very diverse set of families that attended. It was everything the all-American camp experience should be, but better!”