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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Aqua Sports Camp Teen Before Care - Olney Swim Center
This activity may not be registered for individually because it is part of a package.Extended Care is provided by the camp for morning and/or afternoon for participants only. Campers must be 12 by the first day of camp. Camp is for ages 12 - 15. For more information, contact Mike Tober at 301-873-8411 or visit www.aquasportscamp.com [] SECONDARY CATEGORY Aquatic Camps LOCATION OSC Main Pool at Olney Swim Center INSTRUCTOR Tober Aqua Sports
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YMCA Camp Wapsie
 
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Distance
11.75 Miles
Address:
2174 Wapsie Y Rd, Coggon, Iowa 52218
Outstanding & well-trained staff. Self-esteem specialty, friendly, warm, free choice adventures.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western), Leadership Development, Riflery,...
Camp Invention - Iowa
 
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15.93 Miles
Address:
, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
This summer
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
Camp Courageous of Iowa
 
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Distance
34.73 Miles
Address:
12007 190th St, Monticello, Iowa 52310
Year-round respite care & recreational program for children & adults with disabilities. Traditional & adventure activities offered. Trip/Travel programs also.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
Ewalu Camp and Retreat Center
 
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Distance
34.92 Miles
Address:
37776 Alpha Ave, Strawberry Point, Iowa 52076
Year-round Lutheran affiliated camp,Christ-centered summer Bible camp program,youth & family retreats, high & low ropes course, environmental education program.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community Service,...
Mayor's Youth Empowerment Program
 
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Distance
38.92 Miles
Address:
PO Box 307, Iowa City, Iowa 52244
Activities: Aerobics/Exercise, Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Community Service, Computer, Field...
The Arc of Southeast Iowa
 
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Distance
40.15 Miles
Address:
2620 Muscatine Ave, Iowa City, Iowa 52240
The Arc of Southeast Iowa was formed in 1957 by a group of parents and professionals interested in the welfare of individuals with intellectual...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Community Service, Drawing/Painting, Field Trips,...
Camp Wyoming
 
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43.04 Miles
Address:
9106 42nd Ave, Wyoming, Iowa 52362
All season Christian camp & conf. center. Located east central Iowa. Adult & youth retreat facilities. Full summer program. Programming help available.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Caving, Climbing/Rappelling, Leadership...
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Center Point, IA Summer Camps

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Rolling Hills Sr High Youth Camp 7th-12th Grade - Saraland, AL
General Information/Standard of Conduct -Arrival: Camp check in will begin at 12:00 PM on Monday afternoon. Please try to arrive no later than 4:30 PM -Meals: All meals are included in the price of registration. -Departure: Camp will end Friday after the morning chapel -Lost and Found: Items not claimed after 30 days will be discarded. -Schedule: All Campers are to follow the camp schedule for their enjoyment, safety, and accountability to camp staff. -Camp nurse: A registered nurse will be on duty at all times. Special instructions will be given at camp for those taking medications. -What to bring: KJV Bible, bedding, pillow, towels, toiletries, camera, flashlight, jacket, sports clothes for activities, nice casual clothes for informal services, at least one old pair of tennis shoes, and spending money $30-$50. -Do not bring: Alcoholic beverages, drugs, tobacco, fireworks, ammunition, guns, weapons, scooters, skateboards, rollerblades, magazines, apparel with inappropriate graphics or lettering, or any type of electronic device, including, but not limited to cell phones, CD, DVD, MP3, or other music/media players, computers, PDAs, radios, TVs, and video games. -Christian conduct: As a Christian Camp, Rolling Hills Youth Camp maintains high...

Whiteville Touchdown Club Youth Summer Camp - Whiteville Wolfpack Stad
Coach Little, his staff and players will provide training on skills & proper football technique. This camp will be for Flag and Tackle football players ages 5-11, no Middle or High school athletes.

Winter Teen Camp 2017 - undefined, MT
Dates: February 17-19, 2017 (Friday-Sunday) Times: Camp starts 6 PM on Friday, ends at 9 AM on Sunday Ages: 4-H Age 13-19 (Age of youth on Oct. 1, 2016) and chaperones Registration Deadline: Friday, January 27, 2017 – complete forms and return to Extension Office Cost: $40 for Ravalli County Youth, $75.00 (Out of County), write checks to Ravalli County 4-H. Requirements: All counties must provide chaperones. Youth and chaperones must stay at the camp until checked out. Activities include fun workshops, private pool and gym party at the athletic club, dance, and more. Questions? Contact the Ravalli County Extension Office at 375-6611 Detailed information about the event will be sent to campers two weeks after registration closes. In addition to the 2017 Teen Winter Camp Application, participants must complete the following paperwork: • Youth and Adult Medical Release Form These forms are available on the Montana 4-H Website: http://montana4h.org/#resource:Forms under “Event Forms” • Complete forms, event registration and return with payment (written to Ravalli County 4-H) to your county Extension Office. • Counties will send in one registration packet with complete payment (written to Ravalli County 4-H) to Ravalli County Extension Office, 215 S. 4th Street, Ste G, Hamilton, MT 59840

Teen Spirit Quest Camp - North Bennington, VT
“This is where I come every year to reflect, re-vision and rejuvenate. It’s my new year!”–Spirit Quest Teen Camper Spirit Quest for Teens is for 13-17-year-olds, who are moving into young adulthood and who need a safe, nurturing place to reflect on where they have been, where they are going and who they are becoming. Camping together, teens develop deep connections to their selves, their peers, their elders and Nature through --council circles, --team-building games, --nature-awareness activities and hikes, --poetry and art --movement and improv --drumming and journeying --sharing in meal preparation --solo time in nature --fire ceremonies and sweat lodges --mediation and yoga Life-long friendships are formed or deepened; issues of self-esteem and soul work are explored with a true honoring of each teen’s unique path. Teens are invited to camp for the whole week, beginning on Sunday afternoon and ending Saturday at noon to allow for more time together. Cost is $425 for early bird registration (by June 1) and $475 thereafter/per camper to cover most food and expenses for the six nights. PLEASE PAY WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD. A myriad of crafting and art materials are provided. We provide most meals, but to keep costs low, we ask each family to send some food (details upon registration). Shared lodging in our...

Youth Wrangler Survival Camp - Waco, TX
Calling all Teens ages 13-18. Do you want to learn how to survive with Jesus's survival guide? Join our Youth Wranglers on an overnight campout for food, fun, and fellowship. Wranglers, bring your friends... (Hint: It is a contest! There will be prizes!!!) Dress in warm layers and bring your pillow and warm sleeping bag. Meet at HoTCC Sat. at 2PM and Wranglers will be released after Sunday Services. (Reminder: we will have a playday on Sunday. We invite wranglers to stay and help and parents are welcome to watch and participate.) For mor info: please call Caleb Parish 254-299-7456 or Johnny Kellough 254-229-3427

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Horsepower Riding Camp Session II - Greensboro Day School
HORSEPOWER RIDING CAMP @ HORSEPOWER IN COLFAX $375 Rising 3rd-7th Session I June 13-17 8:30 am-2:00pm * Please note different fee Session II July 11-15 We have an incredible summer experience planned for your child. Our HORSEPOWER Staff is committed to providing both you and your child with the peace of mind that they will have a safe, positive, fun-filled week of adventure, friendships, and memories. This camp introduces beginning and non-riders to recreational horseback riding. Topics include understanding the nature of the horse, riding skills, mounting/dismounting, equipment, handling of horses, care of the horse, and coordinated horse-rider balance. *The Horsepower Director reserves the right to decline the application of any child, or send home any child, who according to the Directors discretion is displaying extreme inappropriate behaviors or impacts the safety of self or others. If a camper is dismissed due to behavioral/social issues, the tuition is not refundable. Students must have a completed application and parental release to participate. Transportation IS provided to and from the camp. Drop-off and pick-up at GDS campus. Horsepower instructors 336-288-8590 x261

Camp Coyote M-F #1 9:15-3:15 - Marinwood CSD
Joining the family of Marinwood Camps this year is Camp Coyote! Get ready for brand new, exhilarating adventures every day. Camp Coyote will be going above and beyond with their explorations, sports tournaments and games. Campers will be taking it to the next level with activities like orienteering, dodgeball gauntlets, archery, mountain biking, swimming, homemade catapults and more! We?ll be taking inspiration from favorite books and movies like Percy Jackson, Indiana Jones, The Lord of the Rings and The Maze Runner. This camp is definitely for the more boisterous and adventurous. ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Childcare LOCATION Marinwood Community Center INSTRUCTOR Marinwood Staff

Junior Leader - Camp Adventure Backyard - Pat Shephard Center (PSC)
Junior Leaders will work under the direction of experienced camp leaders with children 28 months to 7 years old. Camp time will include a variety of activities such as: outdoor play time, free play, water play, music, and movement activities. AGE CATEGORY Teen (13yr+) LOCATION PSC Room #5 at Pat Shephard Center (PSC)

Total Baseball Summer Kick Off Camp - SELCRA
Summer Kick Off Camp (6-15 yrs) June 20-23, Monday-Thursday, 9am-2pm Start off your Summer the best way possible by getting outside and playing some ball! Instructor led drills, practices and games will ensure improvement by weeks end!! Location: Total Baseball/Total Sports Complex-Wixom, 30990 Wixom Rd, Wixom, MI ACTIVITY CATEGORY Baseball LOCATION Total Sports Complex: 30990 Wixom Rd. Wixom, MI INSTRUCTOR Total Baseball

Titan Volleyball Camp - Antelope Crossing Middle School
Learn the basics of volleyball, including passing, setting, serving and hitting. Introduction to this exciting team sport will be taught in a non-competitive and fun atmosphere. This camp is a must for students who are thinking about trying out for their schools team. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All campers will be supervised over the lunchtime break. Please bring own lunch. LOCATION Antelope Crossing Middle School Gym INSTRUCTOR Antelope High School Volleyball Coaches

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