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Making Day Camps Better

By July 23, 2015December 12th, 2021No Comments

If you have children then it is important that you do what you can to keep them active, especially during the summer months where they are not in school. A great way to keep your children active is to have them join a day camp. When the children are in day camp, you are still able to work and be satisfied that they are going to be safe and busy during the day. Your kids will also enjoy their time at day camp much more than if there were simply being babysat by a perfect stranger and weren’t allowed to leave their home.


A great place to hold a day camp would be in a temporary fabric structure from Allsite Structure Rentals. The temporary fabric structure is able to provide you enough space to host all of the children, as well as provide enough space to have different event stations set up. When you have one of Allsite’s temporary fabric structures, you can have basketball courts, volleyball courts, rock climbing walls, zip lines, as well as support different bleachers and other heavy structures. These structures are great, especially when you have weather that isn’t on your side. The fabric structures can provide shelter from all different types of weather, like sun, rain, and snow.


These shelters are able to provide you with a great place to have a day camp, as well as give you the ability to keep all of the kids entertained. When it comes to your Las Vegas day camp, make sure that you do it right. Call Allsite Structure Rentals today so that you can get a temporary fabric structure that will fit all of your needs.

Author Peter Milligan

Peter Milligan is a Business Development Manager at Allsite, with degree in Psychology from Lafayette College and 14 years experience in matching customers with Tension Fabric Structure solutions. Read more about Peter and the rest of our team at

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