The history of ski racing in Sun Valley is as rich and as impressive as anyplace in the country. And the future is looking pretty bright, too. It is as if the slopes of Baldy and Dollar were blessed by the ski gods, Ullr and Skadi, to groom the fastest and strongest skiers and snowboarders to ever ride on snow. Sun Valley has been home to the best in the alpine sports scene since shortly after inventing the world’s first chairlift back in the 1930s. It’s a tradition that’s staying strong and is proudly on display as Sun Valley hosts events like last weekend...
Summer camp in Sun Valley is a far cry from the ordinary. Whether you are visiting for a few days, staying the entire blissful summer, or are lucky enough to live here, Sun Valley Adventure Camp offers a top notch and memorable experience for your children. Based in the Sun Valley Village, the program is all about getting out there, enjoying an authentic Idaho experience, and making memories to last a lifetime.
At Sun Valley Adventure Camp, it’s all about the children and making sure each day is filled with memory-making fun
Jen King, the program supervisor, said she is really looking forward to an amazing summer. “The Adventure Camps are perfect for first-time visitors to Sun Valley or children who live here,” she said. “We are sure everyone will love the programs this year.”
Beginning June 6, weeklong camps are tailored to the interests and abilities of children from six to ten years old. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., campers will explore local rivers and streams, hike, bike, bowl, swim, ice skate, paddle boat, ride the Baldy gondola, play golf and tennis, get messy with crafts and much, much more.
With choices from hiking to biking to splashing in streams and ice skating, it’s no wonder the campers can’t wait for the day to start
Jen said some of the themes for summer 2016 include: Wild Idaho – Explore and discover Sun Valley wildflowers and wildlife all while having wild adventures; Stars and Stripes – Let’s celebrate America and its many traditions and we’ll end the week with a Pool Party; Wild West – Yee-Haw! Put on your boots and cowboy/cowgirl hat and experience some wild west adventures, including a wagon ride; Let's Be Bill Nye (Science Week); Sun Valley Olympics; Pirate Week; and Splash Around Sun Valley.
Little adventurers between three and five years old enjoy their own special camp that embraces the Sun Valley lifestyle. Based at the Sun Valley Playschool, these camps also are structured around theme weeks that, this year, include: Around the World, Giddy Up!, and Dinosaurs. This is big fun for little people.
Ice skating at the gorgeous outdoor rink in Sun Valley is often a highlight of the camp experience. Who doesn’t love to skate outside in the summer?
There are also special events and programs planned including Playschool On Ice from August 8 – 13 featuring camper participation in a special ice show. There will also be an ice cream party on Friday, August 26. including a wagon ride, picnic, face painting, races, bouncy castle, Twister, painting contest, Ice Cream and more.
Reservations for all programs are highly recommended though walk-ins are welcome based on availability. Locals pricing is also available. Please call Summer Adventure Camp at (208) 622-2133 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to make reservation for the older children. For the littlest adventurers, please call the Village PlaySchool at (208) 622-2288 for more information or email them at email@example.com.
Sun Valley is one giant playground and campers will get out and enjoy it all under the supervision of fantastic counselors
There are only 18 summers of childhood and each one should be special. Sun Valley Adventure Camp will help ensure that this one is!
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