Updated: 06/08/2014 8:54 AM
Created: 06/08/2014 8:21 AM KSTP.com
By: Megan Stewart
Summer camp can be fun for kids, but it's also important to play it safe.
KSTP sat down with Amy Rolfzen, a nurse practitioner from Minute-Clinic, on Sunday morning to talk about ways to keep kids safe.
Twisted ankles, blisters and cuts are some of the most common injuries, Rolfzen said.
Kids going to camp should have sunscreen, bug spray, and a water bottle, Rolfzen said.