LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — October might seem like an odd time to talk about summer camp.
But some camps are actually seeing an increase in business during the pandemic.
Camp Seagull in North Carolina is one of those businesses.
It found a way to keep its operation running in the fall season, by allowing families a place to escape.
The camp's director says along with having a nice view for remote work and school, camp goers have socially distant activities, like boating, fishing, jet-skiing and archery.
The camp has also flourished, with 75% of its clients brand new to the camp.