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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Pioneer Pottery - Greenacres Education Offices
Travel back in time to when our ancestors arrived and needed everything from plates and bowls to homes to live in. Learn how they made use of the soft clay shale along the stream bank. Make your own bowl, learn how to ‘chink a log cabin and cast bricks. Well even dye a t-shirt with clay dyes! 513-891-4227
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Carew Hot
 
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Distance
25.19 Miles
Address:
302 Hidden Bay Ln, Makanda, Illinois 62876
A Presbyterian Camp for Southeastern Illinois.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Counselor...
Camp Wartburg
 
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Distance
46.53 Miles
Address:
5705 Lrc Rd, Waterloo, Illinois 62298
To provide an outdoor Christian ministry where people can encounter God and His creation.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Caving, Challenge/Rope Courses, Hiking, Nature/Environmental...
Camp Ondessonk
 
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Distance
46.85 Miles
Address:
3760 Ondessonk Rd, Ozark, Illinois 62972
Adventure & exploration in S IL: live in a treehouse, cabin, or cave. Enjoy horseback riding, swimming, boating, hiking, archery, riflery, rock climbing &...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
Teamsters Summer Camp
 
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Distance
56.21 Miles
Address:
1230 Abbey Ln, Pevely, Missouri 63070
Activities: Archery, Canoeing, Instructional Swimming, Recreational Swimming
Sunnyhill Adventure Center
 
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62.89 Miles
Address:
11140 S Towne Sq Ste 101, Saint Louis, Missouri 63123
Adventure theme programs, youth, children & adults with special needs, groups. A/C heat available - group rentals.
Activities: Archery, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Caving, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling,...
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Parents, need more time to prepare for Santa's arrival? December 12th from 1-6 p.m. the AHS Drama Department will be hosting a day for kids filled with games, snacks, crafts, and more! All kids between the ages of 4-13 are welcome to attend! Preregistration is $25 or it's $30 at the door, with an additional $10 per kid. For more information or to register contact Rachel Queen at [email protected] or at (678)-899-9054.

Fall Camporee (Chattahoochee) - Gainesville, GA
Nov 13-15. "The Leave No Trace-oree" Register by Troop: $10 if registered on/before 10/29; $15 if registered after. Check-in 5:30-9:30pm. Check-out: by 10am Sunday. BRING: 3 (12 oz) aluminum cans; 1 (28 oz) vegetable or coffee steel can. They will make alcohol stove and housing. POCs: Robert Bruner, 770-532-7207, [email protected] or Phil Nichols, 404-316-2534, [email protected]

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Summer Sessions - Action Sports Camps 2016 #4 - Killington Mountain School
KMS Summer Sessions Actions Sports Camps will feature Freeski, Freestyle and Snowboard camps. These camps are aimed to provide a fun, safe and exciting learning environment for athletes to progress their skiing and riding regardless of age, gender or ability. Athletes will be coached by some of the best coaches in the industry alongside various guest pros and industry leaders. Athletes looking to take their skiing to the next level will be trained at the KMS Action Center which features multiple Olympic Trampolines, and skate facilities as well as Dry Slope facilities which includes various Dry Rails and Airbag Jump Site. Summer Sessions Actions Sports Camps will feature overnight and day camps which will utilize KMSs dorm, nutrition center, gym and new media lab. A typical day would include various activities such as trampolining, skiing, hiking, swimming, skating, mountain biking and more. For questions or for more information please contact Gar Trayner – Director of Athlete Development, Killington Mountain School () 802 422 5671 x257

Magic Tree House Club - Old Trail School
Come along as we help Annie and Jack, two normal kids from Frog Creek, Pennsylvania (much like you), to free Morgan le Fay from a spell, solve ancient riddles and save four old stories from being lost for good. This camp will use the Magic Tree house books to serve as a guide as campers try to become Master Librarians. Each day will include reading, time outside and a snack. Instructor: Mallory Hawley, Old Trail School speech-language pathologist 3306661118 x469

#70 Horizons (Girls Gr. 7-9) • $425 - Camp Fowler
This is the week for you if youre ready to start taking in all that camp can offer. With daylong program opportunities, each day will be different. Want to hike a mountain today and do arts tomorrow? Ever gone kayaking or paddleboarding? Want to stay up later, seeing stars and campfires? Youre growing up and camp is growing with you! 518-631-6789

Outdoor Literacy & Hiking - Palm Harbor Montessori Academy
Hone your outdoor skills at local area parks. While on their daytime hikes, campers will learn to read a map, orient with a compass, practice wilderness survival skills, build a fire and more. There will be at least two field trips to area parks. Details will be shared on the first day of camp. All materials will be included for this camp. No pocket knives, weapons or matches may be brought by participants. 727-786-1854

Week Session: Robotics I - Pasitos School - Central
Girls and boys will enjoy the projects which incorporate STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) and Tinkering (learning by doing). Graduates of Kindergarten - 5th grade are welcome! Camp will be divided into groups of 8 children with one teacher. Topics of the camp: ● Robotics ● Programming ● Tinkering ● STEAM ● Team Work ● Leadership ● Entrepreneurship Learning objectives: ● Basic concepts of programming : events, commands, sequences of commands ● Basic Concepts of mechanics: simple machines, gears, pulleys, levers ● Intermediate concepts of programming; Program flow model, simple sensors (wait for) behaviors, decision ­making structures ● Real world solutions and engineering practices like: building solutions to real world problems, problem solving strategies, team work, and leadership Join us for week 2 for Robotics II. Both weeks with our award winning Robotics Guest Speaker and owner of LIKS.co! 408-510-0727

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