With the summer of COVID-19 around the corner, plenty of kids (and their parents) are wondering how to fill the large, parched void left by canceled summer camps.
While some states have eased stay-at-home measures, plenty of camps are still awaiting guidance from the Centers for Disease Control. And even if most camps do open eventually, not all parents are ready to send their kids back out into the world quite yet.
The solution? Create a summer camp experience at home. Provided you have a yard, a lot of traditional summer camp highlights—the volleyball nets, the campfire, even waterslides—can be erected on your very own property.
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