New "Unbiased" Sleepaway Camp Search Site Launches

April 16, 2014 at 12:26 AM

Scotch Plains, NJ – Summer is around the corner, and this is the time that many families start searching for sleepaway camps either as late comers for 2014 or early birds for 2015. In order to help make the process simple and informative for families, has recently been launched. It is the most comprehensive and easy to use search engine on the market for sleepaway camps and is free to use. The website is like no other, providing users with an unbiased search engine of almost 300 traditional sleepaway camps. 

This site allows people to generate their own informed and customized “hit list” while also affording them the opportunity to bypass commission biased camp specialists and “camp ladies” who typically work with significantly fewer camp options than the site offers. Ever wonder why camp specialists refer one camp over another? Maybe it’s not because it is the best fit for your child but because that camp will pay them a higher referral rate. On the contrary, gives the user the ability to avoid awkward and invasive questioning, provides personal and financial privacy, and delivers instant access to information on the user’s terms 24 hours a day. came into existence after studies indicated that many parents were frustrated with existing search tools on the market. Many noted that other sleepaway search websites on the market were difficult to find, contained outdated and incorrect information, provided almost none of the important filters parents desire, and required users to constantly click through useless page after page before generating an often pitiful list of incomplete and frequently incorrect set of search results.  

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It took nearly two years in the research and development of to create the most robust and useful unbiased search engine on the internet. It allows users to be able to search by more filters than any other website on the market which, more importantly, includes the most frequently requested filters by the parent and care giver demographics. The website enables the user to search a breathtaking 675 million plus combinations. The site also provides such unique information as detailed costs on every specific program that a camp offers, availability of rookie programs, and more. 

Talk about parent inspired! even offers the user a geo-location feature. This makes touring sleepaway camps so much more efficient as families can optimize their travel time and distance and limits the “Are we there yet?” to a minimum. 

Although all the information on the site is in-depth, it is all presented in a clear and straight forward manner with simple, point and click functionality. As summer quickly approaches, will make the process of finding sleepaway camps easy and fun again. The best part is that you can conduct your sleepaway camp search from the comfort of your home at any time. Use this site and you will be better prepared to help pick the perfect sleepaway camp for your child.


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