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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Lil Lambs Camp - Camp of the Good Shepherd
Lil Lambs camp is a great opportunity for Pre-K through Kindergarten kids to experience Camp of the Good Shepherd for the first time. Age-appropriate Bible lessons, songs, games, and crafts are just a few of the things that children will enjoy on their first visit to camp. Parents are welcome to stay for the day or may chose to drop their child off with our fantastic camp staff. Kristina Beckner, experienced school teacher and wife of a Pastor, will lead this camp session. 712-328-3776
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Camp Invention - Utah
 
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Distance
8.24 Miles
Address:
, Provo, Utah
This summer
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
Navajo Trails Adventure Camp
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
13.11 Miles
Address:
PO Box 55, Draper, Utah 84020
Weekly adventure trips. Explore Utah horseback riding, backpacking, kayaking, waterskiing, rock-climbing, or mtn biking.
Activities: Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback...
FCYD Camp UTADA
 
4.0 (1)
Distance
20.53 Miles
Address:
1995 W 9000 S, West Jordan, Utah 84088
Established by leaders in diabetes and camping in 1962. 4 weeks, 3 family weekends, and 5 winter weekends. Activites, education, and medical supervision....
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Counselor Training (CIT), Hiking, Leadership...
Camp Cloud Rim
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
23.6 Miles
Address:
PO Box 57280, Salt Lake City, Utah 84157
Camp Cloud Rim offers girls a place where they can develop their skills, make new friends & strengthen their self esteem.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Ceramics/Pottery, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training...
Camp Trefoil Ranch
 
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Distance
23.6 Miles
Address:
PO Box 57280, Salt Lake City, Utah 84157
Trefoil Ranch offers girls a place where they can develop their skills,make new friends & strengthen their self esteem
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Nike Boys Lacrosse Camp in Park City
 
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Distance
23.96 Miles
Address:
, Park City, Utah
The 2012 Nike Lacrosse Camp returns to Park City and takes place at the Ecker Hill Recreation Fields. This is a complete skills...
Activities: Youth Programs
Camp Hob
 
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Distance
27.68 Miles
Address:
PO Box 520755, Salt Lake City, Utah 84152
A camping experience for children with cancer and their siblings that allows them to run, swim, hike & just be kids
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Counselor Training (CIT), Drama, Hiking,...
Camp Kostopulos
 
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Distance
29.2 Miles
Address:
4180 EMIGRATION CANYON RD, SALT LAKE CITY, Utah 84108
Long tradition of serving special needs campers. Nondisabled campers may also attend. Variety of activities on site. Close to town and airport. 1 to...
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Field Trips,...
Club U
 
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Distance
30.18 Miles
Address:
, Salt Lake City, Utah
Your best
Activities: Adventure Camps: Hiking
Pro Ambitions Hockey Camps - Utah
 
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Distance
30.18 Miles
Address:
, Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake City Utah is home to Pro Ambitions Hockey Camps, "one of the top camps in the country -Sports Illustrated for Kids Magazine....
Activities: Sports Camps: Ice Hockey
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Survivors Supporting Survivors (teen group) Cooking Class - Boise, ID
Survivors.Cooking.For.Survivors.. "S.C.F.S." --- ROUND 4 Come Cook with us!! Our Teens will be taught how to make from scratch exquisite side dishes and amazing Holiday favorites! Chef Travis Levi (a survivor himself) will be leading the teens through everything from the importance of kitchen etiquette to making healthy choices. There are few things more pleasurable about fall than giving in to every whim to bake and cook. Who: Any young adult between the ages of 13-18yrs who has been diagnosed with cancer. Cost: FREE Your children do NOT need to have participated in Camp or our Survivors Supporting Survivors support group to attend We’re proud to partner with the Bardenay and Chef Travis Levi again this year. The Bardenay will be hosting us in there beautiful event center "Beside the Beside Bardenay" While Travis, the definitive authority on all things cooking, will demonstrate how to expand your cooking skills into amazing, delicious and freshly sweet success. Great cooking isn't about recipes—it's about techniques. In our class you'll work together with other survivors in a fun, hands-on environment led by our professional chef. We will learn fundamental skills for a lifetime of great cooking Work side-by-side with other survivors to prepare each dish Interact with eachother and the chef for a...

GRFC Christmas Break Youth Camp - Grand Rapids, MI
Want to train with the GRFC players and coaches? Sign up today for our first ever Christmas camp! Work with current and former players in a fast and fun envirnonment! All campers will get a GRFC T-shirt. December 27, 28, 29 U7-U10 5:30-7:00pm U11-U14 7:00-8:30pm

Hensel Christian Youth Camp - Marble Falls, TX
It seems every year there is one statement we hear time and time again from campers, “I don’t feel like I have the relationship with God I should, or could have.” Our relationship with God is constantly maturing, and we can all say we could have a stronger, healthier relationship with God. This is why our theme for Hensel 2016 is centered around providing our kids with the tools to have a healthy relationship with our God. The year’s theme is taken from Proverbs 3:1-10 and is simply “Committed: Becoming Children of God” , first serve and will open midnight on April 2

VOX VITAE Historic 1st Annual Catholic ProLife Youth Day Camp and Adul
DAY ONE: CATHOLICISM: MADE IN GOD'S IMAGE; TEEN VIRTUE BOOT CAMP Vox Vitae GUEST SPEAKERS! TIM STAPLES, Catholic Answers DOUG BARRY, EWTN and Battle Ready Our camp educates teens and adults about the Catholic Church's teachings on LIFE through dynamic speakers, group discussions, and daily prayers. YOUTH: Vox Vitae Summer YOUTH Camp will explore many important topics, including abortion, citizenship, chastity, contraception and our unique Catholic faith - with age appropriate content for the junior high and high school age campers. ADULT: Our Evening Camp educates parents and adult parishioners about the same topics discussed during the Day Camp and will feature many o fthe same speakers. It aims to help parents discuss these critically important topics with their teens Vox Vitae features Catholic leaders, speakers, and educators from across the United States including: Bishop David O'Connell, Tim Staples of Catholic Answers, Timmerie Millington, Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for Life, Doug Barry of EWTN and Battle Ready, Jesse Romero Astrid Bennett Gutierrez of EWTN and The Vida Initiative, Kellie Fiedorek of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), Susan Yoshihara of Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (CFAM), Sylvia Aimerito of Audio Girl Ministries, Pam Stenzel, Ramona Trevino, and MORE!! Each speaker will discuss a topic of individual expertise and engage...

Excel 2016 - Youth Bible Conference - Jones, MI
Join us for a weekend of Bible teaching and fellowship. Our speaker is Chris Schroeder, founder of The Ezekiel Project, who along with his wife Barb, serve the Lord in Detroit, MI teaching saints how to proclaim the Gospel on the streets of the world. All meals, snacks and lodging are included. Married couples are welcome to attend, but no nursery care is provided. Please find other accomodations for your young children. Nursing infants are welcome. For questions, call (616) 799-1351 or (616) 799-3077 What to Bring: Bible, Notebook, Alarm Clock, Outdoor Clothes, Sleeping Bag, Pillow, Towels & Toiletries. For Maps and Camp info, visit www.BLBC.com

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Coed Field Hockey Day Camp - Siena College - Marcelle Athletic Complex & Fields
Siena Saints field hockey invites you to a fun, yet intense, camp designed to help you get ready for your season. We will help you improve your fundamental skills while you work to learn new elements of the game of field hockey that will take your game to the next level. Whether you are an elite player or trying out for your team for the first time, we want to help you reach your goals. This camp is for boys and girls ages 13-17, the cost is $320 per camper. A 15% discount is available to groups of eight (8) or more campers that must be done online with a group discount code. No additions will be allowed after the initial submission of a group. A 10% sibling discount is also available. ***The Generation S Club membership promotion MAY NOT be combined with the group discount.*** Online registration will end ONE WEEK before the start of camp. After that time, all registrations will be considered walk up on the first day of camp and space CANNOT be guaranteed. (518) 782-6454

Lego Space Engineer - Hamilton Mill United Methodist
COURSE This camp is a combination of LEGO® robotics and rocketry. Campers will design and build structures and space vehicles for living on far away planets. Space Engineer includes instruction on the Earth, Moon, stars, and planets as well as the scientific topics of force, friction, simple machines, and gravity. Campers will also build and launch two Estes Rockets as they learn about the physics of Space Travel. 404-932-2552

Individual Camp - Coors Event Center
In our Individual Camp, campers will be taught the fundamentals of basketball through games, competitions, and drills. We have assembled a camp staff of the finest coaches from around the country to provide the best basketball learning experience possible. League play will take place daily, giving campers the opportunity to apply what they learn in clinics and lectures while improving their overall skill and basketball knowledge. Lunch will be provided. Program Staff: CU Basketball Coaches, CU Basketball Players, Local Collegiate Players, and High School Coaches If you are a CU employee, then please reach out to Marge at to receive your employee discount. 303.492.6877

Cardinal Boys Basketball Camp 2nd-3rd - Alexandria Area High School
Cardinal Boys Basketball Camp June 20th-23rd, 2016 Location: Alexandria Area High School The Alexandria Boys Basketball program is looking forward to the opportunity of providing our youth players the chance to learn and develop as basketball players and team members in an enjoyable and challenging camp setting. Forrest Witt-Alexandria Boys Basketball Varsity Coach Tom Miller-Alexandria Boys Basketball JV/Varsity Assistant Coach Ty Granning- Alexandria Boys Basketball B-Squad/Varsity Assistant Coach * Featuring former/current Alexandria Boys Basketball Varsity Players* Fundamental/Skill Development-Ball Handling, Dribbling, Passing, Shooting Defensive Play-Individual Defense, Team Defensive Concepts-Man-to-Man Offensive Play-Individual Offense, Team Offensive Concepts-Motion Offense Transition Play-Transition Offense, Transition Defense Intangible Keys/Concepts to Success-Daily Lecture Forum Goal Setting, Teamwork, Reaching Potential, Mental Toughness, Confidence ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Youth Activities GRADES 2nd - 3rd LOCATION AAHS Main Gym at Alexandria Area High School

Dangerous Camp for Boys - Both Weeks - Dangerous Camp at The Heights School
All boys need adventure in their life. This camp is for designed to foster a love of life and adventure outside of the trappings of video games and technology. The DC4B offers a generous sampling of activities and lessons that familiarizes the campers with games, hobbies, and skills that every boy should know and love. The camp is much more idea-specific than the usual boys summer camp. With its conglomerate of themes, this camp is directed with a specific vision towards the healthy, all-around growth of boys body and mind, through healthy, active leisure. The camp will be divided into four ‘companies, allowing the boys to take part in a friendly competition that culminates on the final day of camp. Sample activities may include calligraphy, sports, field trips, short stories, yo-yos, harmonicas, knot tying, bouldering, historic battles, juggling, paper airplanes, fire-building, slingshots, lawn games, creeking, and more! Boys have the option to attend the full two-week session or to attend one week. Staff Colin Gleason, Lower School Head, and Tom Steenson, 5th-grade teacher, direct the camp. Contact Colin Gleason or Tom Steenson at The Heights School, or Notes Usual dress is normal summer attire. Campers should bring a... 301-365-4300

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