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Summer Camps in Fruitland, ID

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Session 3B - Male youth camper who will require 1:1 staff supervision - Camp Paivika
Male youth camper 9-17 years old with physical and/or developmental disabilities and who require 1:1 supervision. 3 night option Camp Paivika is able to accommodate up to 1 male camper who will require 1:1 supervision for this session. 909-338-1102 x5003
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United Youth Camps
 
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30.39 Miles
Address:
10802 Cloudless St, Nampa, Idaho 83687
Variety camps in the US & abroad. Specialty is team building & relationship development. Visit us on the web at www.ucgyouth.org to request our...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Baseball/Softball, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Dance, Horseback...
Alice Pittenger
 
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41.63 Miles
Address:
1410 N Etheridge Ln, Boise, Idaho 83704
A great place to meet new friends, have fun, and build self-esteem. Non Girl Scout campers welcome.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Hiking, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Pine Creek Ranch
 
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Distance
41.63 Miles
Address:
1410 N Etheridge Ln, Boise, Idaho 83704
Beautiful ranch setting near Salmon Rd. Easy access to whitewater rafting. Non -Girl Scout campers and staff welcome.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Drama, Hiking, Horseback...
Camp Hodia
 
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44.05 Miles
Address:
1701 N 12th St, Boise, Idaho 83702
Sawtooth Mountains, loads of fun, friendship, one camp for teens, one for school age. Learn to live with diabetes.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Hiking, Horseback Riding (Western), Rafting...
Camp Invention - Idaho
 
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44.09 Miles
Address:
, Boise, Idaho
This summer
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
Camp Nebagamon for Boys
 
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Distance
44.26 Miles
Address:
877 E Chardie Rd, Boise, Idaho 83702
Individualized balanced program. Expert instruction. Exciting wilderness trips. 120 staff. Diversity welcomed.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Nature/Environmental...
ACS Camp Rainbow Gold
 
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45.92 Miles
Address:
2676 S Vista Ave, Boise, Idaho 83705
Camp Rainbow Gold offers camping experiences each summer and other events during the year. We host a 1 wk camp for children with cancer,...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Fruitland, ID Summer Camps

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Kids Latin Dance Camp - Lafayette, LA
This is an introductory course of popular Latin dances. It is appropriate for all levels of dance experience. Classical Ballet is incorporated into the curriculum to ensure proper technique is applied in all dance styles. The dancers will be split into two groups. Children ages 5-8 will attend camp from 9:00am-12:00pm. Children ages 9-12 will attend camp from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

Laker Youth Football Camp w/Coach Coury - Lake Oswego, OR
This camp, for players entering Grades 3 through 8 in Fall 2016, will focus on the fundamentals of football. Participants will be coached on proper technique and position skill development, and will receive an introduction to LAKER FOOTBALL.

Orokawa Cycle a Kid to Camp - Towson, MD
Register to ride for an hour or all four OUTSIDE on the cycle studio bikes! DJ! Giveaways! QuikShakes samples! Refreshments! Register today to secure your bike then fundraise or donate to complete your registration. Ride for ALL four hours and raise/donate $231, which sends a kid to camp for an entire week! Ride for an hour and raise/donate $58. Register online today at fundraise.ymaryland.org/skccycle16

DK YOUTH FOOTBALL & CHEER CAMP 2015 - Orlando, FL
Doug Gabriel annual Youth Football & Cheer Camp 2015 at East River High School. Kids ages 6-17. FREE. !!! For Registration Forms email: [email protected]

Matt Langwell High School Pitchers Clinic And Youth Pitchers Camp - Ab
Former Cleveland Indian, Arizona Diamondbacks Matt Langwell will be conducting a youth age (6 to13) camp working on the fundamentals of pitching on Saturday Nov 19th 9am to 11am. Players will learn proper mechanics , and strategies to being a successful youth league players. cost per player $50 per player On Sunday November 20th Matt will conduct an advanced level clinic for High School age pitchers detailing to them regarding what it takes to pitch at the next level. Time 9:30 to 12pm Topics to be covered Off season preparation and conditioning for the upcoming season In season routine and preparation Game day routines Mental game and strategies to winning Pick off moves Managing the running game and Pitching effectively Question and answers session Cost per player $25.00

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Spring Break - Thursday (2nd-4th grade) - Nature Center at Shaker Lakes
All day long we will hypothesize, experiment, and have fun being scientists! ***RECEIVE AN INSTANT $30 DISCOUNT WHEN YOU SIGN UP FOR ALL FIVE DAYS OF SPRING BREAK CAMP*** 216-321-5935 x243

Stop Motion Animation - UWF Main Campus
Bring your ideas to life! We will create characters and environments from magazines, dismantled toys, clay and paint. We will then illustrate our stories and narratives using stop motion animation. 8504737468.0

Minecraft Mania - Wattles Club
Mine blocks of diamond, fend off creepers and endermen, and build to your hearts content! Let your creativity run rampant in the wonderful world of Minecraft. 503 232 0186

STIM 2016 - Peace Lutheran Church
STIM is for any student participating in either the China GP or TUP this summer with InterVarsity NW. 509-990-3917

Session 3: What Would Nature Do? - Young Naturalists - The Hitchcock Center for the Environment
CAMP What is the best way to cool off on a hot day? How can we save energy powering trains? Animals, plants and other organisms have been adapting to challenges like this for the whole history of our planet. Nature has a lot to teach us about how to solve problems in ways that are good for the Earth. Through hands-on inquiry, games, art and outdoor investigations we will discover the efficiency of natures adaptations and ask what we can learn from nature about how to live more sustainably. 4132566006.0

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