Sometime next summer, a few weeks after sleep-away camp starts and a few weeks before it ends, campers' parents will come for a visit.
Will the day be:
—a fun-filled family reunion where kids get to show why they love camp so much, or
—a stressful few hours that leaves campers homesick and parents sad?
You hope for (a) but sometimes you get (b).
Here are some tips to make the day a good one.
THE DAY CAMPS LOVE TO HATE
"No more visiting day? Sign me up!" joked Sandy Rubenstein, co-owner of Camp Wingate Kirkland on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
"It's hard for the camper and for the family, and...