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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Red Arrow Boys - Living Earth School
These Saturday Camps keep Nature Connection alive in our students throughout the year, and are held within the caring support of our skilled Nature Mentors! We have found these programs to be an important breath of fresh air during the often busy school year. Come join us for deep connections with nature, community and self, with learning and fun woven tightly together. 540-456-7339
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Camp Nor'wester
 
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13.36 Miles
Address:
PO Box 668, Lopez Island, Washington 98261
Opportunities to practice leadership, stewardship and conservation. Emphasis on self discovery and community living.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
Canoe Island French Camp
 
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Distance
13.88 Miles
Address:
PO Box 370, Orcas, Washington 98280
Speak French while swimming, kayaking, sailing, cooking and participating in art, theater, archery, fencing. International staff. 4:1 camper/counselor ratio.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Drama, Fencing, International Culture, Kayaking, Language...
Camp Kirby
 
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Distance
18.68 Miles
Address:
2217 Woburn St, Bellingham, Washington 98229
Where kids get to be kids. Rustic camp with saltwater beaches and woods. Emphasizing fun, creativity, self-confidence, enviromental awareness & time to play....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling,...
Camp Firwood
 
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18.84 Miles
Address:
4605 Cable St, Bellingham, Washington 98229
Firwood is a counelor-centered, high-energy, activity-oriented, summer camp.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Four Winds and Westward Ho
 
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19.82 Miles
Address:
PO Box 140, Deer Harbor, Washington 98243
Washington's San Juan Islands. Long standing coed prog, individual choice 20 activities, sailing, sports, riding, arts and crafts, & garden
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Ceramics/Pottery, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding (English),...
NBC Basketball Camp at Coupeville High School
 
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20.5 Miles
Address:
, Coupeville, Washington
NBC Camps is excited to offer a Complete Player Basketball Day Camp for athletes ages 10-15 years old in Coupeville
Activities: Youth Programs
Port Townsend Marine Science Center
 
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Distance
28.14 Miles
Address:
, Port Townsend, Washington
Our Summer Camps are filled with exploring beaches
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Marine Science
Killoqua
 
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42.37 Miles
Address:
4312 Rucker Ave, Everett, Washington 98203
Summer day & resident programs. Outdoor Ed and Leadership programs. All in quiet & secluded lake front setting w/camper planned programs for small groups....
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding...
Hidden Valley Camp
 
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Distance
47.44 Miles
Address:
24314 Hidden Valley Road , Granite Falls, Washington 32716
Hidden Valley Camp is entering our 66th season, located in the Cascade Mountain Foothills, 50 miles northeast of Seattle. Carefully selected and trained staff...
Activities: Art , Arts and Crafts , Canoeing ,...
Camp Huston
 
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61.86 Miles
Address:
PO Box 140, Gold Bar, Washington 98251
Episcopal camp in foot hills of Cascade Mtns. Small group experience in a Christian community. Adventure trips.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Anacortes, WA Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

August 23-28, Epic Fishing Camp for Youth ages 13-17 & 8-12 plus pare
Epic Fishing Camp Information and Registration: http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-overnight-camps/fishing-fly-trout-salmon-bass-lake-river-ocean/ Join us on the most exciting week of the year for fishermen and women! Trout start to bite as nighttime weather cools, salmon season opens in the rivers, and crabs are still legal to catch and are growing to size. Whether you’re an experienced angler or new to fishing, come join us for an exciting week of fishing at the very best spots in Western Washington! Learn the basics of rod/reel and fly fishing with our seasoned instructors and try your luck at various sites such as the Puyallup River watershed, North Cascades mountain lakes, and the Salish Sea. Target fish include trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, surf perch, flounder, sole, dogfish shark, dungeness crab, and many more. In the heat of the day when the fishing slows we’ll be learning what it means to be an honorable harvester. You will also learn to clean and cook your fish in various ways with lead instructors and French Culinary School graduate chef Charlie Borrowman to enjoy eating the fruits of your labor. This camp promises to be an exciting and educational experience! Camp Goals & Skills Covered: •Become adept at rod and reel fishing (casting, tackle/set up,...

Centri Kid Camp - Boiling Springs, NC
Centri Kid Camp at Gardner-Webb University. $50 Deposit due March 2 Remaining $200 Due May 1

Green Drinks & MDA Summer Camp Benefit - Ludlow, KY
The City of Cincinnati, New Sustainability Coord. Ollie Kroner, will be telling of the New plans for the city. Very excited to listen to him. Come Help us raise money for MDA Cincinnati Summer Camp for kids; suggested donation $10. There will be drink specials, $11 buckets, vendors (10) galore & a few other surprises! Can't make it but wish to donate: http://bit.ly/MDA4SummerCampBenefit http://bit.ly/MDA4SummerCamp #mda4summercamp

Teen Advisory Council: Campfire Cooking - Philadelphia, PA
Teens can join us for a night around the campfire for cooking and fun, as we talk about the summer and early fall. Email [email protected] for more information. Registration is required.

Mariapoch Teen Campout - Burton, OH
Teens ages 13-18--join us for a weekend of prayer and fun during the 60th annual pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Mariapoch in Burton, Ohio, Aug. 13-14, 2016. For the schedule and more information, visit www.parma.org. To participate in this chaperoned campout program, you must submit a release form and payment by July 29. The cost is $25, which includes all meals. With questions, please contact the nuns of Christ the Bridegroom Monastery at 440-834-0290 or [email protected] Click here to register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Lp_tmQqQxS8WP4pTiWai9pQlxFNsvGTKg5YWtskgAuc/edit

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Bay Bounders (Week 1 AM) - Fins, Wings, Paws, & Claws - NESS
Animals have amazing adaptations to help them survive and thrive. Investigate these features through examining the shapes and power of fish, shark, and dolphin fins, the flying abilities of birds, the diverse abilities of animal legs and paws, and the power of claws. Take part in an animal adaptation auction, dissect a crab, and use microscopes to make new adaptation discoveries. Includes: microscopes, 1 boat trip, & snorkeling 860-535-9362

Skyhawks Tiny Hawk Intro to Soccer - Rosehill Community Center
This camp for pre-school aged kids introduces the essentials of one to two sports. Through games and activities, campers explore balance, hand/eye coordination, and skill development. Must be toilet trained in order to participate. (Min 10/ Max 12) ACTIVITY CATEGORY Camps LOCATION Upper Lawn at Rosehill Community Center INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports Academy

T-Ball - The Evergreen School
Children will be learning and working on fundamental t-ball skills. Players should join us for skill building and healthy game competition. 206-957-1533

July 11-15th Winona Fishing Camp - Jaycees Pavilion
Travel to different lakes, rivers, sloughs, and streams around the Seven Rivers Region Fish with modern poles and open-bale reels Make and fish with Huck and Tom style cane pole Make primitive fish hooks Learn to read the water for good fishing spots Cloud watching and interpretation (for weather patterns/forecasting and of course fun) Build primitive fish traps Learn to tie the most useful fishing knots Hone your ninja-like discipline to be silent and still in order to lure in the big one-study fish behavior and why, how, and when they bite Catch and eat crayfish Multiple fishing styles: bottom fishing, cast and retrieve lure fishing, bobber fishing, etc. 507-272-5320

SAT Critical Reading and Writing Camp - The Oakwood School
Its never too early to start preparing for the fall SAT! Come and get a thorough explanation of everything youll face on the SAT, as well as comprehensive and time-tested strategies to do well on the test and/ or improve your score. All areas of the test will be reviewed, a review book is included in the cost of the camp, and timed practice tests will be completed. There will be work and study to complete at home as well, but you will walk away much better prepared for your SAT! 2529310760.0

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