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Homeschool camp for homeschoolers who like hot showers

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California homeschoolers love to camp. However, pitching a tent, cooking outdoors, and sitting outside in the cold night air doesn't appeal to all (it certainly doesn't appeal to this particular homeschooler).

For those who prefer hot showers, cabins with matresses, and hot cooked meals (with a vegetarian and vegan option), the homeschool camp at DeBenneville Pines from November 9th - November 12th is the perfect place to get away.

Homeschoolers from all over the educational spectrum gather twice a year at this fun-filled camp for a week of friends and activities.

There will be archery, crafts, hikes, games, music, a Talent Show (no talent required, just a sense of fun), and educational and fun activities offered by the families who attend. There might even be snow! If so, there will be snow shoe activities as well.

Nestled in the San Bernardino National Forest at 6,800' (near Redlands) Camp de Benneville is close to Jenks Lake in the midst of towering pines, cedars and oaks. It's perfect for being outdoors and having fun.

Registration and additional information is at Camps for Homeschooling Families Registration Page.

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