You’re not likely to meet many people camping on a summer’s day.
But if you’re lucky, you may even meet some of them.
For a few weeks this summer, visitors from around the world will be able to camp on Lake George, an island about 200 miles (322 kilometers) west of Honolulu.
This is the first time since 2009 that visitors can camp on the island.
Camp no camps is a place where people of all ages and backgrounds come together and share experiences.
I am a family of four.
We live on the Island, and we can all enjoy each other’s company, says one of the four children, who is 15 years old.
The four of us go out together every day, but when it comes to family, it’s more like we’re all a family.
There are a lot of people we have been talking to.
We’ve been getting along great.
I love everyone, and my mom loves me the most.
The camp is in a small island with about 200 people.
The beach is only 20 feet (6 meters) long.
Camps are not a common sight on the mainland, but the island has been the site of numerous camping experiences for years.
The island is popular for families with young children and those who need a break from the stress of the mainland.
The Island’s beach is often used for sunbathing and swimming, with a few people camping out in the ocean.
Camp no camps, like other summer camps, is a community.
Campers bring their own gear, which can include a tent, water bottles, and a hammock.
There is also a beach to walk the beach, a water tank for drinking, and an outdoor cooking area.
At first, I thought I would be the only one there, says 14-year-old Katie, who came to Camp no Camp for the first and only time.
We had a great time.
We had a really good time.
Katie, 14, is an Islander who came from the mainland and has lived in the Island for the past year.
I’ve always been into camping, and I wanted to try it because it’s really good, she says.
It was really nice, it was a lot more fun, it didn’t have that long wait, so we were just happy to be out there.
A group of friends from the Hawaiian Islands also came to camp.
They brought a beach tent, a hammocks, and the ability to cook in the sun.
There are no showers, and everyone uses the same sleeping bag, so they’re just sleeping under the stars.
It was good, so it was nice, and there’s no mosquitoes, too, says 15-yearold Azeema, who arrived with a group of six friends and four family members.
It’s always nice to have a place to go out.
But after spending a few hours on the beach and talking with some of the other campers, it became clear that there are some challenges.
The campers have a shared interest in the island and how they live there.
They talk about their families, and how important it is to be there for each other.
I think it’s great, but I think the whole Island needs to be like this, says Azeemma, who also came from Hawaii.
I don’t think that I have much of a family in Hawaii, but people don’t really get to be with their families as much as they should.
I feel like I’m missing out, she adds.
My mom always wanted to camp there, but she never thought I’d actually get the opportunity to, says 18-year old Alyssa, who has lived on the Islands for two years.
We didn’t really expect it to happen, but it did.
So far, we’ve got about four days left to get there, so I’m excited to see what I can do.
I’m looking forward to spending the whole summer on this island, she said.
As summer is here, the camp has become a gathering place for a wide variety of people, says Josh, who was born in Hawaii and now lives in the U.S.
Azeema and Alyssas from Hawaii, the Islanders, and friends.
I had always wanted my kids to go camping, so this is a really cool experience, she told ABC News.
We’re so excited.