The Dad & Me Camp Out - Father's Day weekend June 2018 (see pictures below)

We celebrated another Father's Day with our 2nd Annual Wayland Dad & Me Camp Out at the Wayland High School on Saturday (6/16 & 6/17).  The event was a huge success with hundreds of participants, sponsors, helpers, counselors, moms and dads. 

Thank you Wayland Recreation Department for all of your hard work and attention to detail running the event.  Between your counselors running activities, the camp ground layout and your b.good & Mel's Cafe cooking, what else could we ask for?  You guys were awesome!  Thanks also go out the WCPA helping organize and integrate your always popular Field Day activities into the Dad and Me Camp Out.    

See the WD Events Calendar: http://www.waylanddads.org/events/

2018 Camp Out Highlights

  • 270 Campers - 30% increase over last year

  • Ages 2-14

  • WCPA – Field Day at High School

  • Fire Chief provided roasting fire for seasons first S'mores - 2,342 S'mores consumed

  • Over 50 Camp Counselors making stuff happen for the kids (thank you)

  • 3 Bounces Houses (no holes)

  • Hot Day - everyone drank water

  • Over 100 tents in tent city - none collapsed or fell over

  • Little League - Baseball had their all star games at the High School

  • Community Zone Participation - lots of interest and sign ups

  • Be Good Food for dinner

  • Mel's Diner Breakfast Sandwiches

  • Karma Coffee - Sunday morning

  • Stop and Shop Hot dogs

  • Movie - Minions 3

  • 300 Lbs of Pop Corn consumed

Thank you b.good, Mel's Cafe for your great food!  All the Community Groups who joined us the Community Zone Saturday afternoon.  Thank you Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts WayForward, Wayland Community for Social Justice, the Public Library, and so many wonderful sports organizations - soccer, football, lacrosse and baseball,  Thanks for giving your time and answering questions of our Campers.   

Our 2018 Dad & Me Camp Out

 

 

To learn more about all of these events, get involved and register please go to www.waylanddads.org.