The Boundary Waters provides a great place for kids to use their imagination. Yesterday my son and his friends were pretending they were Rescue Swimmers as they jumped off of rocks and swam to a small island in the BWCA. Pine cones have a number of uses for a child with an imagination as do sticks and other items found in the woods. Creativity explodes while kids are in the BWCA.
Kids learn self-discipline and enhance their problem-solving skills by spending time outside. There are so many things to learn and opportunities to grow while canoe camping in the wilderness. It's a great place to bond as a family before the busy school year starts back up. Give your children and yourself a lasting gift this year and come on up to the Boundary Waters today.