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New York YMCA Camp
 
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300 Big Pond Rd Box 622, Huguenot, New York
YMCA Camps 90 miles NYC. Camps McAlister (6-11) & Talcott (11-15), 2 staff/bunk, 1/3 ratio. Volleyball, Gymnastics & Judo Specialty Camps. Family Camp....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Gymnastics, International Culture, Martial Arts,...
Rosmarins Day Camp
 
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12 School Rd, Monroe, New York
Well-established family run day camp. Extensive, expanding summer program. Warm experienced staff, limited enrollment.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Challenge/Rope Courses, Counselor Training (CIT), Music,...
Camp Monroe
 
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PO Box 475, Monroe, New York
Great facilities, mature staff, lasting friendships, Fun structured Jewish camp. Strictly Kosher. Always open for visit.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Challenge/Rope Courses, Computer, Drama, Gymnastics, Horseback...
URJ Kutz Camp
 
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46 Bowen Rd, Warwick, New York
Leadership training for Jewish teenagers from around the world. Have fun, learn, make lasting friends, change your life
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community Service, Drama, Drawing/Painting, Leadership...
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What are some good camp options for 13 and 15 year olds from Taiwan near Albany?
Most camps are happy to accept campers from abroad. Teenagers ages 13-15 have many different options. One of the options is a travel camp. Campers travel to multiple locations, exploring different cities and attractions, going to water and amusement parks, science museums and historical landmarks. Since you are coming to such interesting area, like Albany, this is going to be an amazing experience for them. You may also want to look into residential camps. Residential camps are a great option for teenagers to want to spend their summer actively. They will be in the nature, playing sports and doing arts...

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