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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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As you know (and may have experienced yourself as a camper), some campers are sad and/or anxious during the first few days of a camp session.
Campers at RWU summer camps come from many educational backgrounds, and include both home schoolers and public school students.
Play-Date at Camp is designed to help campers such as these.
Located in southeastern Wisconsin, it serves campers from three different ethnic neighborhoods in Chicago: Pilsen, West Town, and Humboldt Park.
Growing up in an increasingly competitive and stressful world, it is important for our campers to learn healthy and rewarding ways to spend their leisure time.
To have comparable information, we asked directors to indicate their total enrollment in camper weeks rather than total campers as a way to equalize different session lengths.
Since most bullying is a problem for the 20 percent of children at the bottom of the social confidence ladder, it is critical to find things that make these campers shine and feel successful.
Campers may become impatient with each other and minor confrontations will occur.
Compared to a demographically equivalent sample of first-year campers who did not receive this multimodal intervention, the first-year campers in this sample were less homesick, enjoyed camp more, and evidenced fewer behavior problems.
We must train our staff members to recognize the presence of risky behaviors in campers and themselves.
The camp provides information to campers and their parents about the camp, its mission, goals, activities, risks, and other important items.
Camp Henry, a residential, nonprofit Presbyterian, coed summer camp located in western Michigan serves over thirteen hundred campers each summer, with most campers attending for a one-week session.
When it comes to transportation of campers, it is a bit like dealing with medical information--there is no room for error.
The effects of overeating and under-exercising are staggering, but camps have a role to play in addressing this public health problem and in encouraging healthy eating and active living among campers and staff.