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Synonyms for camper

someone living temporarily in a tent or lodge for recreation

a recreational vehicle equipped for camping out while traveling

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Instead of learning how capable they were, campers and staff experienced a setting where they were not capable.
Bringing together children who have a similar illness at camp provides an opportunity for campers to see how other children with their illness are doing, in terms of physical, emotional, and social functioning.
Campers can choose to attend more than one camp session.
Play-Date at Camp is designed to help campers such as these.
Campers can hike, swim, fish and ride horses in the sprawling backcountry.
Campers at RWU summer camps come from many educational backgrounds, and include both home schoolers and public school students.
Campers are assigned to one of 10 Nintendo-themed virtual cabins, including the Mario & Luigi Cabin or the Captain Falcon Cabin, where they chat with team members and real Nintendo game play counselors.
He or she acts as moderator between campers, parents, higher echelons of the organization, and finally the board of trustees.
YMCA leaders said the program offers a progressive camping experience for campers age 8 through high school, as well as an extensive leadership development program for teens.
This could be the niche that would set The Green River Preserve apart--to share the magic of this area with campers through a unique, natural-science-oriented summer camp program.
The other campers cheered on the hula-hoopers - one from each ``tribe,'' or group of campers - until only two were left with hoops still spinning.
As it prepares for another successful summer computer camp season, ACE expects to teach over 20,000 campers between ages 7 and 16 at over 85 major universities across the United States, Canada and England.
Some folks boast of waiting lists and high numbers of returning campers.
If campers do not learn to do this on their own, they will never develop self-esteem--which is building confidence from one's defeats and finding their ability to overcome adversity.
As the cabin group comes together, campers go through an "orientation" characterized by testing.