Find Summer Camps in Your Area

   
 Day Camp
 Residential Camp
 Specialty Camp
PERSONALIZE Your Camp Search Experience - Create Your Custom CampsUSA Page!   START NOW >

Summer Camps in Douglas, AZ

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Musical Camp Session 2--Peter Pan Jr. - Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School
Theme: Disney Alice in Wonderland Jr. *The Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp is a summer program for middle-school students who want to explore interests, potential, and opportunities in the arts. The camp offers students a chance to take in-depth classes in dance, music, theater, visual arts, and creative writing while in an arts rich environment. The camp is open to both New Haven and non-New Haven residents. Located at adjacent Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School, The Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp is situated in the heart of downtown New Haven, surrounded by theaters, galleries, and museums. In addition to an arts atmosphere, the camp is staffed by a combination of professional artists, teaching artists, and emerging student-teacher-artists from Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School. 203-624-1825

Latest Review for Trails End Ranch

This is a fun Christian camp where my daughter made many memories
This Christian camp has helped to instill a love of Christ for my 12 year old daughter. Along with the Christian focus, she also enjoyed traditional camping activities. Trap shooting surprisingly was her favorite activity. She also liked singing by the campfire and meeting other Christian children.... Read More...


To find more summer camps near Douglas, AZ adjust your search values such as zip code or nearby city in the search box.





LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Winter Break Camp for the Teen Horse Lover - Spring Grove, IL
Up to three fun filled days (Monday, 12/28; Tuesday, 12/29 and Wednesday, 12/30 - you pick which day(s) you want to be here) with horses for those 13 to 17 years of age. No previous riding experience necessary. All riders, no matter their experience level will have fun playing in our indoor arena with our holiday trail course. The course can be ridden a number of different ways enabling the camper to build on their riding skills no matter where they are starting from. Campers will also be helping with some part of the day-to-day care of the horses and ponies that live here at Meadowsweet Ranch and each day will include some educational time in our heated club room. Breaks and lunch will be enjoyed in our heated club room also.

MAS Youth Summer Camp 2016! - Junction City, KS
Visit www.maskansascity.org to register! FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: WHEN IS THE CAMP? The camp will, Insha'Allah, be from Friday, August 12th - Sunday, August 14th. WHERE WILL THE CAMP TAKE PLACE? Rock Springs 4-H Center in Junction City, KS. It is about 2 - 2.5 hours away from Kansas City. Transportation will be provided, Insha'Allah. (Please see details below.) WHO MAY ATTEND THE CAMP? Young youth boys and girls ages 10-18 only. WHAT IS THE COST TO ATTEND THE CAMP? The cost is $120 per child by July 20th midnight. After July 20th, the cost will go up to $140/per child. Registration space is limited! WHEN IS THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER? For the early registration discount, the deadline to register is by Friday, July 20th. After July 20th, the prices will go up to $140. Registration will close @ 11:59 on July 31st or earlier if seats are filled. WILL TRANSPORTATION BE PROVIDED FOR THE CAMP? Yes, we will have two departing locations: one from ISGKC and the other from ICK. In the registration form is where one can specify where they would like to depart from. Everyone must begin gathering for departure no later than 4:45 on Friday, August 12th, at the specified departure location. For the return, we will leave the...

Missouri Youth Camp - Greenville, MO
Mark Your Calenders Now! Get ready for youth camp this summer! The Avenue Band will be there and will be rocking the campgrounds! This is such a Great time to be with the lord and get a little closer to him! Don't Miss it! Sign up sheets will be provided at the check-in desk later on!

Kids Winter Boxing Camp #1 - Edmond, OK
Do the kids need a place to burn some energy and learn useful physical skills over the holiday break? In our Boxing camps your children will learn fundamental boxing and self-defense techniques in a safe and supportive environment. No experience necessary. You can bring your own gloves or we have gloves for sale. To accomodate your holiday plans we are offering 3 separate camps. Each camp will be Monday through Wednesday from noon to 2pm and is only $40 for the week. Open to age 6-13 years and limiting to 15 participants in each session, so contact us now to reserve your spot! Camp #1: December 21-23 Camp #2: December 28-30 Camp #3: January 4-6

Hemophilia of South and North Carolina Teen Retreat - Rock Hill, SC
Hey Teens! Get your registrations in early so you can join us on this fun and educational event! Meet up with friends for 4 days and become inspired. Questions- call the Chapter at 864-350-9941. Deadline date June 20th. Space is limited- register today!

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Week #1 - June 29, 30 & July 1: THE SCIENCE OF ART - Main Room
Ever make art out of rodent bones or watch bags of fizzy color explode all over the street? If you are a scientist with an artistic streak, or vice versa, then this mini camp is for you! Well make super cool paint sets by measuring and mixing natural ingredients, create Lego chalk, learn about how the human eye perceives the visible light spectrum and more! Ages 5-10. 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. After camp until 6 pm. 7188328400.0

CLAY ART CAMP: SEA WORLD - Ben Robertson Community Center
Join us for a fun week of imagination and creative travels to sea world! Campers will create a star fish bowl and unique wall art using multiple pottery techniques including coil, pinch and slab methods. Explore a new media and create one-of-a-kind masterpieces. Campers will get to experience using a pottery wheel on the last day of camp. Materials: A separate fee of $25 is payable to the instructor on the first day of camp for art materials, clay, glazes and kiln supplies. Campers should bring a snack and water each day. Attire: Wear old clothes (you will get dirty). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instructor: Jean Thomas LOCATION Ceramic Studio at Ben Robertson Community Center INSTRUCTOR Jean Thomas

Summer Daze Outdoor Adventure Camp - LIFE Community Center
Giant City, Pomona Natural Bridge and Cave-in-Rock are just some of the places we will visit during this week. We will also sneak in a trip to the Chocolate Factory and Dixon Springs State Park. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Make sure your child (grade 1-6) is a part of this awesome summer. Guided by our American Red Cross Certified Staff, this summer promises to be one adventure after the other. Campers should bring a swimsuit and towel, sunscreen and bug spray, a water bottle and lunch everyday. Afternoon snack will be provided. Children should wear clothes that can get dirty and comfortable shoes that they can wear while running and hiking. Camp will run from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Before and after care is available for an additional fee. A weekly newsletter will give parents and campers an idea of what to expect each week. Join us for a summer of adventure, friendship and fun! There is no early bird discount for camps. AGE CATEGORY Youth

Caterpillar Club - Office of Children, Youth & Learning
In this 4-day, drop-off literacy program well explore the metamorphosis of caterpillar to butterfly. Children learn and play while engaging in centers, small and whole group activities, art projects, games and read-alouds. Join us on this amazing life cycle journey! 401-475-0929 x1

Summer Camp PM High Performance - Princeton Racquet Club
The high performance camp is conducted for players who are ranked in the district, section or nation. Emphasis will be on continued stroke development with proper biomechanics, shot selection, placement, mastery of spins, knowledge and execution of different tactics, mental toughness and conditioning. Must be approved by camp staff. * low student /pro ratio (4:1) * video analysis for stroke and match analysis * emphasis on quality rather than quantity hours of training and total development of each camper. 4 hours/day - stay injury free! * top certified teaching professionals * hard and clay court surfaces for training ...

You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials