The Frogbridge Blog

Category: Tips for Parents


An Inside Look at Frogbridge Open House Are you thinking about sending your kids to summer day camp this year? There’s a lot to think about when making your decision. We encourage all prospective families to visit any of the camps you are considering and then visit Frogbridge. As they say “seeing is believing” and once you can compare all of the facilities and programs first hand we are sure you will see that Frogbridge is the finest summer camp…


Get Ready for the First Day of Camp! The first day of a child’s camp experience is so exciting but can be a little overwhelming for some children and parents. We are here to share with you everything you need to know to ease your concerns and make that special day a smooth and happy one for all. What Are the Hours of Camp? Camp Begins at 9:00 AM- 4:00 PM each day. For those signed up for Extended Care:…


What are Some Benefits of Summer Camp Programs? As a parent, you’re probably curious about the care and supervision of your child while they spend their days here. For children, sometimes being away from parents can bring some butterflies to his or her stomach. There are various benefits to sending your child to summer camp. We’ve compiled some statistics to create an infographic of some of the reasons why your child should attend summer camp!

What’s For Lunch? A Look at Camper Nutrition

Lunch at Frogbridge Day Camp: A Nutritious Experience For All Campers As a parent, I’m always thinking about what my children eat everyday. For younger campers, it’s especially important that they receive the right nutrients to help them grow from “tadpoles” to “senior” campers. Frogbridge Day Camp prides itself in quality when it comes to the food your children enjoy at camp everyday. Here’s a little bit more information about the people “behind the scenes” creating a delicious and nutritious…

4 Reasons Why You Should Choose Frogbridge

Comparing summer camps might seem difficult at first, but a closer look at some of the most important factors that we as parents must strongly consider, can make the decision much easier for most of us. As parents, we are often faced with important decisions regarding the care of our children. When considering summer camps, for example, some of the most vital factors many of us concern ourselves with are care and supervision, the camp’s facility, the camp’s programs and…

Daycamp Checklist

Not sure what you should bring to camp? Whether you are a tadpole or a senior camper, here is a list of what you should and shouldn’t bring to camp to enjoy all of our amenities. Everyday is a new adventure, and we can’t wait to see you! To see what fun you can have this summer in addition to our new pool, view our amenities.

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