We
 Believe

Responsibility

Outdoors

Curiosity

Kindness

Famous Adventures provides outdoor adventures for children to promote kindness and responsibility through curiosity about our world. 

Mission

We are introducing our Values system: Famous Adventures ROCKs in 2023.  Campers will learn more about becoming a positive community member and environmental steward through our program

Responsibility: Taking care of ourselves and each other to create a safe space for campers

Outdoors: Age appropriate adventure activities each day + lots of outdoor fun

CuriosityWe inspire kids who love the Lowcountry to be curious about the world around them

Kindness: Our motto is always showing people love and kindness

Values

 

...that every child is full of great ideas, benefits from spending time outdoors, and is in-need of inspiring adults.


We believe that developing their connection to the natural world -- and to one another -- will help them find their greatest passions.  When kids unplug, when they slow down, when they focus on the world around them, they begin to discover who they are.  We firmly believe nature facilitates introspection and healthy habits.

While your children are young, give them time to observe the rise and fall of the tides, to sketch the details of a seashell, and to explore the marsh from a kayak.  With each new outdoor experience, children's natural curiosity overflows into everything they do.

Famous Adventures provides campers with outdoor adventure opportunities in a physically and emotionally safe environment. We believe in experiential learning to promote personal development. We envision a world in which campers grow up to become kind, responsible caretakers of the Lowcountry and the wider world.

 

We emphasize kindness above all else.  We recognize the value of our campers and staff from all races, colors, national origins, religions, creeds, abilities, sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions.

We Believe

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