17 Exciting New Things about Avid4 Adventure in 2015!
January 8, 2015 | Emily Moeschler
If you thought Avid4 Adventure already offered awesome adventure sports and activities, get ready to be amazed at what’s in store for 2015 campers. The Avid4 Adventure team never stops thinking about ways to launch kids into a lifetime of empowering outdoor adventure, and they have come up with even more exciting experiences for your kids this summer. The Colorado and California Avid4 Adventure day camps and the Colorado Mountain Camp are thrilled to announce new activities, adventure sports and locations!
What’s new in Colorado for 2015:
Avid4 Adventure Day Camps
–A new location in Stapleton that offers camps for Pre-K through 7th graders.
–A week-long stand up paddleboard camp in the Denver Wash Park, Boulder and Golden locations.
–A week-long kayaking camp in the Highlands Ranch location.
Colorado Mountain Camp
–Apprenticeship Program for ages 17 and older
–First aid/CPR certification for Teen Leaders
–Leave No Trace certification
–Remodeled low ropes course
What’s new in California for 2015:
Avid4 Adventure Day Camps
–Week-long survival skills, stand up paddleboard, ocean kayaking and mountain biking camps in the Marin and Berkeley locations.
–New locations in Mill Valley, Palo Alto and Saratoga – tell your friends!!
Avid4 Adventure’s highly-trained staff are ready to inspire your kids and show them that they’re capable of doing so much than they (and you!) think. Kids learn new age-appropriate skills and reach beyond their comfort zone in a safe, non-competitive environment. Avid4 Adventure camps constantly engage kids in adventure activities that excite them while increasing their confidence and letting them thrive as a new world is opened to them. Isn’t that what we all want for our kids?
Visit www.avid4.com to learn about the latest Avid4 Adventure activities and locations. Be sure to like us on Facebook to get the latest Avid4 Adventure news!
About the Author: Lynne Marsala Basche spent most of her career on the island of Manhattan at two New York publishing companies. A multi-year Avid4 mom and a new contributor to the Avid4 website, Lynne’s writing adventures also take her to championing volunteerism and regional recreation stories as a staff writer for the Castle Pines Connection newspaper, as well as supporting separate large corporate communications programs. By trying to keep pace with her mountain biking, rock climbing, snowboarding, lacrosse playing, unicycling, tae kwon do-loving 11-year old son, she, like most Avid4 parents, loves sharing the value of outdoor recreation and its positive influence on children’s health and confidence development. Lynne lives in Castle Pines, Colorado and regularly immerses herself in outdoor activities with her family where she also runs her freelance writing company, Blue Spruce Creative