By themselves, no. With a designated chaperone who can take responsibility for their safety and well-being the entire time, yes.
You know your child best, and you should gauge their age and responsibility level before deciding if they are ready for an event like this. Many of the adults at training camp are parents themselves, and in general, we all like to look out for the well being of the kids at training camp. Training camp is fun, but it isn’t a vacation… and the attendees aren’t babysitters, so it’s important that the chaperone accompanying your child to training camp be responsible. If you decide to send a child under 18 to training camp, make sure you’ve discussed it with your school’s instructor and informed them of who the chaperone is.
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