Camp Lohikan

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Camp Lohikan
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And we're off to the Pocono mountains! This stellar camp aims to send kids home with more independence, stronger self-confidence and better social skills than they had when they arrived. While younger campers have a structured daily schedule, older kids can design their own program, choosing from more than 65 activities ranging from skateboarding and field sports to pottery and wake boarding. There's even a circus arts program featuring juggling, unicycle, tight wire, clowning, fire eating and acrobatics! Looking for a guaranteed bunk situation with your child's friends? Camp Lohikan honors bunk requests as long as the kids in question are entering the same grade and enrolled in the same session. Further, Lohikan also offers refunds for camp days missed in case your child decides this isn't the camp for him or her and wishes to head home early (but your kids are gonna love it...so...zero worries there). All ages.

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Venue name: Camp Lohikan
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Address: 343 Wallerville Rd
Lake Como

Price: Various sessions June 25–Aug 24; $900–$9,200.
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Not sure where TONY received this information about Lohikan, but they are not so great.  Actually they are far from it.  The counselors aka "division directors" are young and clueless and the owner, Mark, is a huge jerk!  He is so incredibly rude it's unbelievable.  Given the high costs of this Camp especially, at $2,000/wk, I highly recommend sending your kids elsewhere.  Seriously, do your research before considering this place.  The only thing this guy wants is your money, and to not be bothered.  They also don't allow phone calls to the kids for first 10 days, even if your child is only there 14 days. And then only one call/week.  They don't care about in case of emergency situations. Sure, there probably are worse camps out there, but certainly better ones as well.