Citations with the tag: CAMPS
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- Peconic Dunes.
Hilary, Richard C. // New York State Conservationist; Apr97, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p8
Describes the adventure of campers in Peconic Dunes Camp and Environmental Education Center in Long Island, New York. Leisure activities; Lessons learned about the environment; Significance of visiting the Suffolk County Marine Education Learning Center.
- Woodward freestyle camp.
Hilary, Richard C. // BMX Plus; Nov97, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p79
Focuses on the Woodward Freestyle Camp in Pennsylvania, which is mainly for bicyclists. Information on the Woodward Camp; Details on the life at Woodward; Costs to attend the camp; Reference to some of the activities offered at the camp.
- Winter camping: Think C.O.L.D. to stay warm.
Grewell, K. // Boys' Life; Jan1990, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p14
Gives advice on how to stay warm when camping overnight in the winter. What to wear; Type of sleeping bag to use; What to eat; Keeping clean and dry.
- Low-impact camping.
Halter, J.C. // Boys' Life; Mar1990, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p44
Explains low-impact or no-trace camping techniques which are explained in the `Boy Scout Handbook.' Number of people in hiking group; How to cook food; What to do with trash; `Noise pollution.'
- Building a fire in the rain.
McNamara, J. // Boys' Life; Mar1990, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p8
Explains how to build a fire in the rain. Where to find dry tinder and wood; Location of fire; Low-impact techniques; Other tips for building a fire.
- Space exploration is out of this world.
Angelle, D. // Boys' Life; Feb1991, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p40
Examines Space Camp at the Space & Rocket Center located at two facilities, Huntsville, Alabama, and the Kennedy Space Center, Florida. What takes place; Different levels; What children learn.
- Camping hints.
Jacobson, C. // Boys' Life; Jul91, Vol. 81 Issue 7, p7
Offers several hints for camping trips. How to get camp stoves to work better; The many uses for duct tape; The benefits of taking along binoculars.
- C-c-cold c-c-camping.
Butterworth, W.E. // Boys' Life; Dec91, Vol. 81 Issue 12, p54
Focuses on the boy scout program of winter camping and offers do's and don't's when camping in the cold. Pick a campsite with nearby cabins or shelters; Dress properly; Don't forget to drink plenty of water.
- Hot tips for winter camping.
Jacobson, Cliff // Boys' Life; Dec92, Vol. 82 Issue 12, p18
Offers ten tips for staying warm on winter camping trips. Wear two pairs of socks; Winter boots should be at least one full size larger than summer hiking boots; Use a snug-fitting sleeping bag; Mealtime tips.
- Color-code your food.
Jacobson, Cliff // Boys' Life; Oct93, Vol. 83 Issue 10, p12
Provides some tips on food when you're camping. Keeping your food in order by packing in color-coded plastic bags; How to pack fresh vegetables for a backwoods trip; Details.
- Sleeping with the enemy?
Fayhee, M. John // Backpacker; May93, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p56
Relates the author's interminable `camping' conversation with a couple owning recreational vehicle (RV). The couple's reaction to the author, a `tenter'; The author's secret desire to own a motor home; More.
- A dry-bag shower.
Fayhee, M. John // Backpacker; Feb95, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p24
Presents camping innovations from readers. Includes making of a field shower from a dry-bag; Additional padding for shoulder straps; Color coding of camping gear; Uses for a surplus army poncho; Setting up of bear alarm under bear-bagged food; Use of roasting bags for cooking camp food;...
- Wise advice.
Fayhee, M. John // Backpacker; Oct96, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p27
Provides advice related to camping in the United States. Important uses of baking soda; Longer-burning fire starters; Prevention of accidental battery drain.
- Oregon's Waldo Lake.
Sparks, Jeffrey J. // Backpacker; Oct96, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p76
Features the wilderness and camping sites of the Waldo Lake in Oregon. Suggested season for visit; Trails; Facilities.
- Places we've just gotta hike.
Sparks, Jeffrey J. // Backpacker; June97, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p14
Presents some ideal camping site in United States. Information about the location of the camping sites.
- Thelma and Louise go camping.
Morris, Michele // Backpacker; June97, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p19
Focuses on `Becoming an Outdoors Woman' (BOW) program, a program that helps women learn about the backcountry. Aim of the program; Comments of Diane Lueck, assistant director of BOW about the program; Sentiments of New Jersey BOW workshop participants about camping; Topics that have been...
- Darkest fears.
Petersen, David // Backpacker; Sep98, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p160
Narrates the dangers encountered by the author while sleeping in the wilderness. Cougar tracks seen in Utah's lunar canyon country; Preparation made by the author in making a campsite; Equipment checked before sleeping.
- New Heights.
Dorn, Jonathan // Backpacker; May2005, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p13
Presents an article on camping in Utah.
- Wide Awake and Dreaming.
Levine, Mark // Backpacker; Oct2005, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p76
Presents a narrative of the author's experiences in camping at New York's Central Park.
- Pierce Pond, Maine.
Corbett, Sara // Backpacker; Dec2006, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p79
In the article, the author describes her camping experiences at Pierce Pond located in Maine's western mountains.
- Baxter State Park.
Corbett, Sara // Backpacker; Dec2006, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p124
The article describes various hiking trails and camp grounds located in Baxter State Park in Maine.
- Be a happy (and safe) camper.
Purdy, C. // Current Health 2; Apr91, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p28
Offers suggestions on how to be a safe camper. Problems encountered by campers and how to prevent or remedy them. INSET: Tent tips..
- College camp fairs.
Gaskill, Paul L.; Campbell, Don // Camping Magazine; Jan/Feb95, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p34
Discusses how to host college camp fairs in the United States. Camp fair triad; Role of the college in the fair; Role of the camp director; Contributions of students to the effectiveness of the fair; Camp fair evaluation process.
- Training for boating instructors.
Gaskill, Paul L.; Campbell, Don // Camping Magazine; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p2
Reports on developments concerning camping as of March 1995. Includes the American Camping Association Inc.'s training course for boating instructors; Recipe exchange in the January/February 1996 issue of `Camping Magazine' on Ancillary Services; American Red Cross' publication of the `First Aid...
- Human relations.
Coutellier, Connie // Camping Magazine; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p6
Focuses on the value of human relations to campers. Recognition and encouragement of positive behaviors by and between children; Human relations in swimming and sports; Building of member relationships; Commitment process; Organizational relationships.
- Enrollment crisis.
Hilliard, David A. // Camping Magazine; Sep/Oct95, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p9
Presents a marketing case on how to attract campers to camps and increase enrollment of children by presenting a scenario of a camp with low enrollment turnout. Analysis of promotional campaign; Lack of focus on children's need and interests.
- Reflections on the summer of '95.
Schirick, Ed // Camping Magazine; Nov/Dec95, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p9
Reflects on risks and accidents that were part of summer camps during the year 1995 in the United States. Automobile accidents; Sexual abuse; Physical abuse; Ropes course injuries.
- Why do you do what you do?
Miller, John A. // Camping Magazine; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p7
Opinion. Dicusses why camping is so important to the future and why it is so important for individuals to continue camping. Why parents should be the primary influence in children's lives; The failing American society; Goals of the ACA's (American Camping Association) public awareness...
- American Camping Association National Conference.
Miller, John A. // Camping Magazine; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p52
Presents calendar information on the American Camping Association National Conference which is going to be held on March 3, 1996 in San Diego, California. List of exhibit halls.
- Beginnings and endings.
Evans, Faith; Sanborn, Jane // Camping Magazine; May/Jun96, Vol. 68 Issue 5, p23
Discusses the importance of beginning and ending activities during camping. Articulation and celebration of the campers' time in camps; Examples of beginning activities; Purpose of the ending activities; Enrichment of the members' experiences.
- 1997 Fall Management Conference targets marketing.
Evans, Faith; Sanborn, Jane // Camping Magazine; May/Jun96, Vol. 68 Issue 5, Inside ACA p7
Reports on the topics to be discussed at the 1997 Fall Management Conference for agency, church and independent camp directors in the United States. Marketing strategies and trends; Staying competitive.
- Creating a welcome mat for campers.
Ditter, Bob // Camping Magazine; Jul/Aug96, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p6
Focuses on welcoming campers. Establishment of a community characterized by trust and a sense of belonging; Camp events; Learning issues.
- Rainy days.
Grayson, Randall // Camping Magazine; Jul/Aug96, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p13
Features camping ideas for rainy days. Program description; Rainy day preparations.
- Selected summer staff resources.
Grayson, Randall // Camping Magazine; Jul/Aug96, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p34
Features several literature and equipment on camping. CIT programs; Crafts; Games; Counseling; Recipes; Nature; Special needs; Storytelling; Rainy day activities.
- Helping parents understand children's complaints.
Ditter, Bob // Camping Magazine; Nov/Dec96, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p9
Offers advice to parents in understanding children's complaints about camping experience. Reporting misery to parents; Interdependency among campers, counselors and parents; Encouragement of counsellors to join campers.
- Managing the risks of challenge courses.
Schirick, Ed // Camping Magazine; Nov/Dec96, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p13
Focuses on the ropes/challenge course, a multidimensional camp-based teaching tool for schools, hospitals, camps and corporate training programs. Perceived risk; Baseline risk; Quality risk management.
- Bringing people together.
McFarlane, Patrick S. // Camping Magazine; Nov/Dec96, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p29
Focuses on camping programs that foster diversity and accommodate people from different cultures. Point of reference orientation; Normative issues; Brainstorm activity; Communication norms.
- Inclusionary practices.
Branna, Steve; Arick, Joel // Camping Magazine; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p32
Reports on the results of a nationwide survey of mainstream camps conducted by the American Camping Association. How mainstream camps serve campers with and without disabilities; Camper characteristics and needs; Common types of disabilities; Inclusionary practices incorporated; Evaluation of...
Branna, Steve; Arick, Joel // Camping Magazine; Jul/Aug98, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p5
Presents news updates concerning camping in the United States as of July 1998. Partnership between the National Park Foundation and Aurora Foods to restore historically significant log cabin in national parks; Partnership between the American Camping Association and Peter, Paul and Mary to...
- NICP update.
Brannan, Steve // Camping Magazine; Jul/Aug98, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p6
Provides information on the National Inclusive Practices, a camp program to be held in the summer of 1998 in the United States. Participation of the Camp El Tesoro in the nationwide research; Administrative level inclusionary practices; Preparation and training level inclusionary practices.
- Camp gives staff a world of good.
Bialeschki, M. Deborah; Henderson, Karla A.; Dahowski, Kate // Camping Magazine; Jul/Aug98, Vol. 71 Issue 4, p27
Details the results of a study on how camp staff in the United States perceived their camp experiences. Relationships with other staff and campers; Appreciation of diversity; Importance of learning to work together as a team; Personal growth; Improvement in interpersonal skills. INSET:...
- GONE CAMPING.
Heinrichs, Jay; McClinton, Debra // Country Living; Aug2005, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p106
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- Midwest holiday.
Griggs, Arthur // Country Living; Aug92, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p62
Presents a photo essay of Lake Michigan's Saugatuck resort, a former art colony nicknamed 'The Cape Cod of the Midwest.' Small-scale New England charm; Casual country inns and cottages; Weathered docks; Inviting sandy beach; More.
- Once more to the stream.
Nelson, Todd R. // Christian Science Monitor; 10/29/97, Vol. 89 Issue 234, p16
Relates the author's experiences camping in Maine with his 14-year old son. How camping always reminds the author of when he camped out as a child; His fascination with the outdoors.
- Summer fun is the focus as children choose camps.
Gardner, Marilyn // Christian Science Monitor; 2/18/97, Vol. 89 Issue 57, p13
Reports that numerous parents and children attended a February 1997 camp fair where information on summer camps could be had. Number of camps in the United States; Trends in the selection of summer camps; Changes in camps and the trends which influenced them; Concerns expressed by Ted Hoyt of...
- Dad has to get ready for summer camp.
Klose, Robert // Christian Science Monitor; 5/22/97, Vol. 89 Issue 124, p16
Opinion. Discusses the disappointment of a father in the United States when his son decided that he would attend summer camp. Disappointment expressed by the father; Feelings expressed by the father; Why the father was disappointed; How the individual describes summer camp.
- Primped and pretty campers get down and dirty.
Nordin, Kendra // Christian Science Monitor; 5/22/97, Vol. 89 Issue 124, p17
Opinion. Offers information on an individual's experiences while camping in the summer in the Colorado Rockies. How the girls prepared for dinner; How the campers were divided; Detailed information on camping in the Rockies.
- Help pops up along the way.
Hamilton, Michael William // Christian Science Monitor; 5/30/97, Vol. 89 Issue 129, p16
Opinion. Offers a look at the experiences of the author and his family while camping out during their vacation in New Jersey. Reason the author and his family decided to camp out in New Jersey; Views of some of the author's friends on his decision; Length of time the author and his family...
- When the woods had room for a pup and his tent.
Gould, John // Christian Science Monitor; 7/18/97, Vol. 89 Issue 163, p17
Relates the author's experiences camping when he was a boy. The differences between camping in the late 1990s and the time when he was young; The appeal of not knowing where one was; The change in attitudes about camping.
- Summer camp for youngsters helps them to sharpen skills.
Deakins, D. // Diabetes in the News; Mar/Apr92, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p36
Outlines summer camp learning programs for young diabetics. Basic personal management skills; Teaching methods; Beneficial results.