By Rachel Permann

It’s time to make tentative summer plans for the kiddos! 

The PNW Camps staff is working closely with Greater Northwest Area, county and state, and American Camp Association rules to ensure that we provide the safest way to host your family. This week, we feature Camp Indianola on beautiful Miller Bay in the Puget Sound. 

Are you ready for adventure?

Camp Indianola is already well known for their day camps and family retreats. While they are offering those this summer, there are also new adventures to be had. 

For the first time this year, the camp is offering Outdoor Adventure Camps for upper elementary through high school students. What are Outdoor Adventure Camps? Camp Director Colin Cushman describes it this way, “The camps are on-site, small group camps. We’re building a new campsite deep in our woods, so the camps will be using that as an outpost as they tent camp there. Activities will be split between those held in the woods, and some of the favorites back at the main camp (giant swing, kayaking, etc.).” 

These camps allow for fun, fitness, and faith in a safe outdoor setting!

If you don’t have kids in your home, the camp is also booking small family groups overnight so you can commune with nature and refresh your Covid-weary soul. 

For more information, please visit the Camp Indianola website.

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