Looking for young adult fat camp in San Francisco?

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

As a parent looking for young adult fat 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 young adult fat camp for San Francisco Residents

At Camp Pocono Trails, we are the top health and fitness program in the United States. We serve campers from all over including San Francisco.  Our program has been around for over 20 years serving San Francisco 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 San Francisco Residents

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

Introducing Technology Addiction Track for California Teens!

If your California teen went off to college today would they be able to manage their phone and social networking with the rigorous demands of college? Get them to quick tap, tap, tapping on their phones and send them to the healthy environment of Camp Pocono Trails. In this beautiful natural setting, among their peers and new friends, your teen can explore the issues around technology addiction. The Summerland Program is the first program uniquely designed for teens to kick bad technology habits and adopt healthy habits.

With the Summerland Program at Camp Pocono Trails your teen will have support to break the habit of over-using technology. This is why you should intervene and send them to our summer camp. According to Business Insider, 2017 over 53% of college age campers across the nation use technology to procrastinate instead of doing academic work. A startling statistic is that 30% of freshman in U.S. colleges are dropping out due to an inability to handle unstructured time. Sadly, 51% of lower-skilled men in their 20’s live with their parent or close relative and report spending 75% of their leisure time playing video games.

At Camp Pocono Trails, California teens can discover new activities in a supportive environment that can replace the old technology driven behaviors. Jump-start a successful college career with the support of Camp Pocono Trails!

Young Adult or Teen Fat Camp Effectiveness

If you send your teenager to a program that calls themselves a “teen fat camp,” how likely would it be that your child would accept the interventions they suggest? The more likely scenario is that your teen would close down and rebel against the program.  If this happens, your summer investment would go to waste.

At Camp Pocono Trails, we keep a positive atmosphere going 24/7. Our campers want to come back year after year because of the positivity of our program. We have over 350 pristine acres in a resort-like setting and create multiple unforgettable experiences. Teens learn sports and activities they have never tried before and get the experience of losing weight in a supportive, friendly setting. This is something that teen fat camps just cannot provide.

If you enroll your young adult at a program that identifies as a teen fat camp, you have already set your young adult or teen up for failure based on the terminology the program uses. Camp Pocono Trails create success for every camper year after year because of the positivity we create in our camp culture. Check out our videos, camper transformation page, and testimonials to see the amazing work our staff does year after year.

“Fat Camp” and Self Esteem

The direct link between obesity and self-esteem has been well established. For girls especially, we see a correlation with low self-esteem, depression, disordered eating, anxiety, social isolation and more. Using the term “fat” or “fat camp for girls” only reinforces with young girls that something is wrong with them and that they are not living up to this idealized body image that the media portrays.

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