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Summer Camps in Alamogordo, NM

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Rip City Basketball Camp Sess. I & 2 - NHTI, Concords Community College
Campers wishing to sign up for Sessions I & II can do so with this registration process. Session I: Day session from 8:30 am-3:30 pm Session II: Night session from 4 pm-8 pm (only 4 nights--no Friday night camp Boys and girls in grades 4-11 Every camper will take a short break between the end of the Day Session (3:30) and the start of the night session (4:00 PM) to rehydrate, have some snacks and get refreshed before transitioning to the night session. Campers coming for the whole day should bring snacks/lunch/drinks...bring a ball or purchase a camp ball from our camp store....come ready to play. Session I (days) is different from the night session. Session I offers a traditional style camp with regular teams and games. Session II offers skill work with multiple types of team games and contests. 603-340-1719
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Camp of the Tall Pines
 
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26.57 Miles
Address:
PO Box 548, Weed, New Mexico 88354
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Baseball/Softball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Fort Lone Tree
 
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Distance
49.91 Miles
Address:
PO Box 713, Capitan, New Mexico 88316
A replica Fort Stockade, Fort Lone Tree offers horses, archery, rifles, rockwall, etc. in a safe christian setting. 1 to 4 leader to camper...
Activities: Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding...
Lone Tree Lakeshore Camp
 
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49.91 Miles
Address:
PO Box 713, Capitan, New Mexico 88316
Adventure camp specializing in water fun: tube the Rio Grande, ride the SeaWasp. Christ-centered program and staff.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Boating, Recreational Swimming
Lone Tree Ranch
 
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49.91 Miles
Address:
PO Box 713, Capitan, New Mexico 88316
Christian high adventure camp activities develop trust, relationships, to genuinely share Biblical truths. Goal setting, team building, community, worship.
Activities: Basketball, Bicycling/Biking, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Hiking, Horseback...
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Alamogordo, NM Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

15th Annual Teen Campmeeting - Murfreesboro, TN
"Taking another generation back to the Old Paths." Wednesday - 7:00 PM Thursday - 10:00 AM & 7:00 PM Friday - 10:00 AM & 7:00 PM Saturday - 10:00 AM For more information, please call 615-895-0143

Teen Camp Week 1 - Monroeville, NJ
Teen week 1- all teens 6th through12th grade

August Summer Camp Crop - Saturday - Garrettsville, OH
Summer Camps are no-frills, get-a-lot-done, fun-filled social events. We are trying something new this year! We will join Debi Morris at her campground, Traveler’s Woods. There will be no fee to crop and we will plan our potluck meals in advance. Camping is available – Campers with water/sewer/electric are $20.00/night; tents with electric plug are $10.00/night. Showers, a bathhouse, and a pool are available for campers. Optional Friday night add-on to camp. (Provide your own camper or tent, payment upon arrival.) Digital scrappers and card makers welcome at all events too! Join us for Saturday only or Sunday too.

Kid's Day Off Camp - Frederick, MD
Whether it's one day or a whole week, Camp Pump It Up is where it's at. Discover, explore, invent, and imagine! These themed camps are high-energy, fast-paced and just plain fun for kids. Kid's will spend part of the day playing on our gigantic inflatables and party of the day making new friends during interactive play, crafts, and hands-on activities. Camps are usually held on FCPS days off. Check our events calendar for camp dates. One Day 9 am - 4 pm........$45 Half Day 9 am - 1 pm OR 1 pm - 4 pm.......$25

Student Life for Kids Camp 2017 - Hackleburg, AL


LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Spring Sunglasses Rehab with Amber Valentine - The Northville Art House
Ages 8 - 12: Bring your own sunglasses and leave with a transformed pair of shades that will be one of a kind! An additional $10 materials fee is payable to instructor. 2483440497.0

Storytime in the Park (Twos and Threes) - The Mandell Pre School - Lincoln Square
Children will walk to Riverside Park for a fun story, snack and playtime. We will dismiss from the Little Engine Playground (Riverside blvd. between W. 67th and w. 68th Streets). If inclement weather, we will have class at school. Dates: April 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, 25 Number of classes: 7 Maximum # of children: 8 Minimum # of children: 2 212-222-2925 x5416

Week 3 AM - Windsurfing and SUP - NESS
This program is designed to teach the basics of windsurfing including, proper stance, self-rescue, tacking and gybing as well as some basic sail theory. NEW this year we are adding SUP-ing as an element to this class to help work on balance and strength. Taught on our Bic Techno 293 boards this is a great way to learn a new sport. 860-535-9362

Illustrating (4th-8th grade) - Art Unleashed!
Students will use basic drawing techniques to learn how to tell a story through pictures. While focusing on composition and design, students will explore how to communicate an idea through an illustration. Students will work with stories written by other students as part of the Grannie Annie project. At the end of the course, students will have the opportunity to submit an illustration for possible publication in Grannie Annie, Vol. 11. 314-628-1024

Adventure Camp - Week 3 (4 Days Only) - The Greenwell Foundation
Adventure Camp (ages 8-12 by first day of camp session). This week, Camp runs for 4 days only (Tuesday to Friday) Why is Adventure Camp different? Campers are provided the opportunity to explore further into the park with longer hikes, shelter building, and learning how to build a campfire – and then Smores! Part of Adventure Camp is letting the group direct what activities they would like to do by coming up with new and exciting adventures. The staff has the freedom to be creative when making these fun adventures come to life. Campers will have an opportunity to kayak twice during the week, including a visit to the Hollywood Oyster Company. They will create and run their own unique obstacle course, go fishing and crabbing from the pier, and build their own boats out of recycled materials and test to see if they are sea-worthy. Mid-week, campers will hike to the Manor House area where they can build forts with bamboo, explore the gardens, play water games and capture the flag, visit the Barn and participate in our Nature Time program. Each afternoon, campers are provided an afternoon snack and each week there is a chance to make Smores.... 301-373-9775

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