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Getting Back To the Grind with Camp in Mind

Getting into the swing of the school year can be hard. Waking up early and following a morning routine doesn’t always happen naturally! If your camper (and you!) are already dragging after the first few days of school, here are some things your camper did…

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How Camp Tells You Who You Are

Discovering one’s self-identity is an important part of growing up. Through the challenges and triumphs that children face, they begin to learn who they are, what they love and what they stand for. Your camper will develop a lot of their self identity during his…

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Smart Phones, Laptops and iPhones–Oh My!

The first thing campers notice when they drive over the mountain is the loss of a cell phone signal. This symbolizes the start of a tech-free term, where emphasis is placed on their ability to run fast, play hard, and have fun and not on…

Meet Our Second Term 2016 Staff!

We would like to introduce you to our wonderful camp staff. Our staff attend universities all across the country and even on different continents. Bunk lists are available on CampMinder under news items from July 11. Log in here. Kelsey Morris Kelsey is from Ada,…

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A Healthy Dose of Winning

Lonehollow campers are familiar with the term “competition.” From Crew Challenge to Field Day, your campers are pushing themselves to do better for their team, their crew and for themselves. But how do you know if you’re encouraging a healthy amount of competition? Dr. Timothy…

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Gotta Play Them All!

Sports and summer camp go together like marshmallows and chocolate in a s’more. It’s just meant to be! A child who learns to play a sport learns so much more than just the rules. He or she develops responsibility (asset #30), integrity for the rules…

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How Do We Handle Health Concerns?

Though injuries are rare at camp, accidents do happen. For those occasional bumps and bruises, we have a fantastic team to handle whatever comes our way. If a camper does receive any kind of injury or illness, parents are updated throughout the process.  All health…

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Staying Connected

Being a temporary empty nester can be hard. Here are ways to feel connected while your camper is having fun in the sun at Lonehollow! Facebook– Like Camp Lonehollow on Facebook for daily camp happenings, live video events, reminders about Opening and Closing Days, and easy links…

Meet Our Summer 2016 Staff!

We would like to introduce you to our wonderful camp staff. Our staff attend universities all across the country and even on different continents. Bunk lists are available on CampMinder under news items from June 7th. Log in here. Jacob Delgado Jacob attends Angelo State…

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Hand Your Wallet To Your Camper

Raising children can be scary. One of the scariest moments can be handing over a “for emergencies only” credit card to your newly independent 18 year old and holding your breath. Teaching your kids to be responsible (Asset #30) with money can start at an…