We’re happy to announce five awesome programs for our 2021 season! We know that families have different needs, and that is why we are offering these five distinct options in programming. Each will deliver the same authentic, professional, and empowering experiences that you are used to receiving from Avid4 Adventure. These five programs are uniquely designed to keep the health and safety of our campers and staff as priority one.
Day camps are back, with single and multi-sport options! This upcoming season we’ll continue to keep the health and safety of our campers as the number 1 priority while also providing the same great Day Camp experience you’ve come to expect.
We’re happy to announce we will run our Expeditions program again this season. This one week program takes 5th-12th graders to the stunning locations for a unique experience. Campers stay in tents, cook outdoors, and practice outdoor sports each day.
We’re happy to announce the return of Resident Camps. This upcoming season we’ll continue to keep the health and safety of our campers as the number 1 priority while also providing the same great Day Camp experience you’ve come to expect from Avid4.
Why Avid4 Adventure?
Our background screened staff are highly credentialed, certified and come from across the country. We make sure all staff align with our core values, will act as strong role models for campers of all ages and are passionate about their jobs.
We pride ourselves on providing experiences for kids that empower them to choose active, outdoor lifestyles. Through these experiences, kids gain a deeper understanding of and appreciation for the outdoors.
Our camps teach kids of all skill and ability levels—from first-timers to seasoned adventurers—to assess their environment and approach risks intelligently. Kids build a foundation of confident, sound judgment they can use in the outdoors—and throughout their lives.
Avid is the best! There is a great mix of activities to keep the kids engaged and excited. The staff is amazing; they truly care about the kids.
A personal call was made in advance to my daughter attending the camp to find out if we had questions and they inquired about things my daughter would like to learn or experience.
My daughter started out very nervous but by the end was totally comfortable with the format and activities. She was mostly independent.
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