This doesn't surprise me, but also confuses me a bit. Cheer normally has about 300 campers in PA each week, and it seems more catered to the girls. West seems like it has a lot more boys. This is going to sound sexist and like I'm putting everything into a box, but the reality is that cheer/gym caters MOSTLY to females and skateboarding/BMX/scooter caters to MOSTLY males.
First, do they think PA will make up these numbers with extreme sports? I think you need to have something to cater to young females, and there are not enough in extreme sports. When I was at West, there were TONS of siblings and families attending and they loved that there was something for everyone.
Second, this is going to be even more weird if you have a huge camp of boys and one small cabin of girls that range in age from 7-17 just because there are so few of them. My daughter wants to go again for skateboarding, but that even seems like it will be a strange situation... There were only 5-6 on the extreme sports side both weeks we went.
I get it, but also I don't. I'm interested to see where this is going to go.