While it’s raining and only 50 degrees here in Ann Arbor, the fact is for many parents, it’s summer camp season.

And thanks to the Internet, I just learned about a wonderful option!

Summer camp in North Korea!

The Songdowon International Children’s Camp in Wonsan is supposed to help young foreigners (especially from Communist countries) get acquainted with the isolated country, attracting over 300 attendees from Russia, China, Vietnam, Ireland and Tanzania, the AP reports. Charging $270 per child, the government-subsidized camp boasts activities like cooking, volleyball, swimming at a private beach, boating and even access to a water slide. Accommodations include air-conditioned rooms with video games.

What a wonderful opportunity to broaden your child’s horizons by learning to embrace other cultures! And such a deal!

Can summer camps run by Isis be far behind?