In the spirit of family and fun, Laity Lodge Youth Camp and FunAir have partnered in an effort to put together the best summer camp season yet with the new 3m Glacier.

The new Glacier is the result of an ongoing collaboration between FunAir and Laity Lodge Youth Camp, which already boasts the Glacier Extreme, Super Sweet Slide, Gaga Ball Pit, and FunAir Water Mats throughout their 1900 acre camp complex.

“When we purchase new products for camp, we try to think in terms of cost, how many campers can use the product at one time, and what will be the most fun and memorable experience” says Laity Lodge Youth Camp Director Beck Marlar.

Beck goes on to say that “we chose to partner with FunAir because of the products they have available that work for our camp and, more importantly, the customer service they provide. The customer service is over the top, and we love working with them. Our campers love our FunAir products. Everything from the 50’ slip n slides to the Glacier toy that they get to play on. Camp wouldn’t be as good without our FunAir products!”

The concept behind Laity Lodge Youth Camp began with a young Howard Butt, Sr. who purchased Wolfe Ranch in 1954 with the goal of providing pastoral experiences for children. Today, Laity Lodge Camp is one of several programs within The H. E. Butt Family Foundation, led by David and Deborah Rogers. Laity Lodge, Laity Lodge Family Camp, Laity Lodge Youth Camp, and Foundation Camps & Outdoor Education each provide unique camping experiences at different facilities along the Frio River.

FunAir makes the world's most innovative, high quality, inflatable products that bring friends and family together to laugh, smile, and have fun. Founded in 2013, FunAir’s first successes came in designing custom yacht inflatables in a marketplace where quality, fit, and finish are a mandatory requirement. FunAir has recently tapped into creating high quality consumer products for camps, resorts, churches, schools, and home users with products like the Super Sweet Slide and Gaga Ball Pit.