Ready To Get In The Best Shape Of Your Life?

Looking for a weight loss camp in Dallas?

If you are looking for a weight loss camp in Dallas, you have found the best weight loss camp anywhere!  We are located in the Poconos in PA, just outside of New York City.  However, we serve so many campers from Dallas that are looking for a weight loss camp that we created a webpage just for customers from Dallas.

As a parent looking for a weight loss camp for your child, family, or yourself, we’d love to hear from you.  You can check out our video tour here.

Help in Finding a weight loss camp for Dallas Residents

At Camp Pocono Trails, we are the top health and fitness program in the United States. We serve campers from all over including Dallas.  Our program has been around for over 20 years serving Dallas families and we are fully American Camp Association (ACA) accredited.

Our program is located on 350 spectacular acres with over 100 activities.

Health and Wellness Camp for Dallas Residents

We can pick you up from the Newark, NJ or Allentown, PA airports.

Searching for a Texas Weight Loss Camp? Camp Poconos Trails offers Special Amenities for Texas Teens

Camp Pocono Trails is the premiere weight loss camp, and we are rolling out the red carpet for Texas teens. For Texas campers that commit to a minimum 4-week stay, you can take advantage of our free airfare offer which applies to all campers traveling from west of the Mississippi River to Camp Pocono Trails! Hop on a plane and join us this summer!

Nestled in the northeastern Pennsylvania region, come and discover why the wooded hills and valleys have long been a popular recreation area for PE, NY, NJ, and CT residents. If you are looking for a new image camp to jump-start your weight loss journey come and checkout Camp Pocono Trails. This camp is nestled on 350-private acres with lakefront access. There is a multitude of indoor and outdoor activities that are led by dedicated, support staff. Turn up the fun this summer and jump into a healthy lifestyle at Camp Pocono Trails!

Weight Loss Program for Long Term Change

Weight loss for adolescents and teens are much different than weight loss for adults. For example, parents should keep in mind that unlike adults, the weight for a healthy, non-overweight child that is not done growing should continue to increase.

Therefore, if your child is overweight, body mass index (BMI) is most likely a better indication of improvement then weight alone. For a mildly overweight but still growing child, it would be reasonable to also look at total BMI as a benchmark. However, for significantly overweight children a weight loss goal might be more appropriate. Each child is different and these individual differences are taken into consideration when you enroll in a high-quality kid’s weight loss camp such as Camp Pocono Trails.

Making Friends at a Summer Camp for Weight Loss

Another benefit of the summer camp for weight loss is meeting new people with similar issues. For example, many of our camper’s struggle with screen time. Some are very much into video games, smartphone apps, or browsing the internet. As a result, opportunities for sports have passed and their athletic ability is not on par with their school peers.

Another advantage of a summer camp for weight loss is building a sense of independence. As parents, our job is to provide the skills necessary for our children to be successful once they hit the age of independence. Giving your child the chance to attend summer camp for weight loss helps them explore their own interests and their own physical outlet at a pace where they won’t be made fun of or bullied.

Dallas TX Resources for Weight Loss

National Institute on Aging (NIA): Healthy Eating Resources: https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/healthy-eating

Good nutrition is especially important for older adults. Take advantage of this information from NIA on maintaining a healthy weight and getting the necessary nutrients for healthy aging.

HealthFinder: https://healthfinder.gov/default.aspx

HealthFinder has resources on a wide range of health topics selected from over 1,600 government and non-profit organizations to bring you reliable health information.

Deliciously Healthy Eating Recipes: https://healthyeating.nhlbi.nih.gov/default.aspx

The National Institute of Health’s National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute has created a website of nutritious and tasty meal ideas for children and adults. The site features recipes, videos, and tips for creating healthy meals for the family.

Google Map of Dallas

Wikipedia on Dallas

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dallas

 

Youtube Video

Next Steps to Register for weight loss camp

Please check out our dates and rates or give us a call at 1-800-365-0556.