Camp Olympia Texas Summer Camp for Boys and Girls Hosts Open House in Trinity, Texas
HOUSTON, March 10 Camp Olympia, a premier Texas summer camp for boys and girls ages seven to 16, located on Lake Livingston in Trinity, Texas, today announced a free open house carnival that will be held on Saturday, March 27, 2010 from 10:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. The open house carnival offers an opportunity to introduce kids, their friends and family members to summer camp life at the top-notch American summer camp including introductions to the camp counselors, camp directors, camp activities, meals, cabins, and safety program.
The Camp Olympia Open House Carnival will open the gates at 10:00a.m. on Saturday, March 27 for tours of the camp facilities, including the cabins, lake activity area, horse arena, and so much more. Camp Olympia opens the entire camp for parents and kids to meet the camp staff and counselors, enjoy a lakeside lunch, and participate in a few of the 40 camp activities, including: the climbing wall, horseback riding, and archery.
"Our Open House Carnival gives families a first hand experience of Camp Olympia and the fun that we have here at camp during the summer," said Tommy Ferguson, co-director of Camp Olympia. "Plus, our current camper families enjoy the day too because they love to see some of their favorite counselors and preview our additions to camp activities and events to the summer camp sessions."
About Camp Olympia
Established in 1968, Camp Olympia is an overnight Texas summer camp for boys and girls located on Lake Livingston in Trinity, Texas; just 100 miles north of Houston. Camp Olympia campers choose from over 40 camp activities, ranging from waterskiing to golf to horseback riding, so they participate in activities that interest them. Camp Olympia is accredited by the American Camping Association, which focuses on building character and values by teaching responsibility and cooperation, while campers gain independence and self-esteem. The experienced full-time camp leaders, with over 35 years of experience, and a dynamic group of college counselors serve as positive role models for campers. Olympia strives for a counselor to camper ratio of 1:4 per cabin. For more information about Camp Olympia's summer program and Open House, visit the website at www.campolympia.com/openhouse.
SOURCE Camp Olympia
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