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Do you enjoy experiencing new things and seeing new places? Do you want to do everything you can in each place you visit? Are you immediately planning your next getaway the moment you return home, or maybe even while you’re still traveling? 

If the answer is yes, it is safe to say you are an adventurer! 

What will be your next adventure? How do you choose the right adventure? It depends, at least in part, on what type of adventurer you are.

Created for Adventure is a faith-based adventure travel company that provides wonderful travel opportunities for middle grade and high school teenagers all around the country. When thinking about a wilderness adventure, you probably have a few things in mind: hiking, nature, and wildlife. 

It can be nerve wracking to go into a new place where you don’t know anyone. Most everyone has been in that situation, whether it’s the first day of school, starting a new school, starting a new job, or visiting a new church. 

Feeling alone in something you may experience can be really hard, especially in a new place. This can oftentimes deter someone from trying anything new.

Don’t let that get in your way of going on an adventure trip, because with adventure trips, everyone is in the same boat. New people, new environments, and opportunities to try new things. You just have to be brave, take a deep breath, and jump in, because making new friends that have the potential to be lifelong relationships is something you will always treasure.

Summer is just around the corner, and you know that the first few weeks of summer your child is going to love, but then they’re going to be ready for something fun to do.  Many parents opt for a summer camp for their children, and it often can be the best summer of their life or the highlight of every year. 

If your child needs a little more motivation and activity during the summer, and you need a break from entertaining them, summer camp could be a great option to look into. But where do you start, right? 

How do you even pick a summer camp for your child? What are your options? 

Well, we hope that we can help you navigate through some important thoughts when navigating where to send your child in this blog.