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Tumbleweed Summer Camp

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Thinking about summer camp conjures up images of kids playing in beautiful outdoor spaces and making lasting friendships.  Tumbleweed Day Camp provides kids with those experience and more.

Tumbleweed Day Camp offers lasting summer experiences

Tumbleweed camp, in West Los Angeles, has been creating summer memories since 1954. The camp was started by a family and still has that family atmosphere. Former campers are now parents who send their kids to camp and campers move on to become counselors. There is a 1 to 5 ratio of camp counselor to child to make sure that the camper is having the best experience possible. They are professionals who are trained to be role models.

Tumbleweed Day Camp

The camp offers programs for kids from preK to 2nd Grade in Tumbleweed South and 3rd through 8th grade in Tumbleweed North. Tumbleweed South kids play games, make tie dye projects, dress up, build, swim, do mini obstacle courses and visit with horses and ponies. The activities are child-centered and help them build confidence and social skills.

Tumbleweed North offers daily swimming, a climbing wall, horseback riding, talent shows, a challenge course, archery and crafts. The program focuses on making friends and gaining independence while having adventures that will last a lifetime.

Tumbleweed’s other programs include a 4-week Counselor-in-Training program for high school students ages 15 to 17 who are interested in working with children and want to learn leadership skills. And one night overnight stays for all campers.

The camp not only offers kids a wonderful summer experience, it provides convenience to busy parents. Camp tuition includes bus transportation to the camp. Buses are equipped with seat belts, are fully insured and inspected twice daily. Each bus has an experienced, licensed driver and a trained counselor.

Tumbleweed camp runs from June 19th to August 12th. For more information and tuition rates, visit

This post is part of a sponsored campaign with Tumbleweed Day Camp. All opinions are my own. 

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