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Summer Camps in Merrill, WI

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Gym 2 ages 2.5-4 years - Peacock Park Recreation Center
2.5-4 years Old without parent. Your child will learn gross motor and small motor coordination skills, and gymnastics skills. Additionally, your child will learn important social skills, such as following directions and taking turns. Based on USA gymnastics level 1 7865585558.0
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Wisconsin Lions Camp
 
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Distance
41.8 Miles
Address:
3834 County Road A, Rosholt, Wisconsin 54473
Serves children with visual, hearing and mild cognitive disabilities and children with diabetes. Family camp weekends and facility rental from Sept-May.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Clearwater Camp
 
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Distance
44.6 Miles
Address:
7490 Clearwater Rd, Minocqua, Wisconsin 54548
Exquisite setting on 3600 acre lake. Cabins on mainland & 5 acre island. Traditional, noncompetitive, character stressed. Caring staff. Be yourself. HAVE FUN....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living,...
Silver Birch Ranch
 
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Distance
44.76 Miles
Address:
, White Lake, Wisconsin 54491
TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN!
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Aviation, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking, Rafting,...
Red Pine Camp
 
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Distance
47.7 Miles
Address:
PO Box 69, Minocqua, Wisconsin 54548
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Dance,...
Marimeta For Girls
 
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Distance
54.29 Miles
Address:
3782 Gaffney Dr, Eagle River, Wisconsin 54521
Land and water sports are included in a Marimeta summer. Individual attention makes us more than a camp. It's a feeling.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Boating, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Field Trips, Gymnastics, Horseback...
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Merrill, WI Summer Camps

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Teen Adventures Camp - Vienna, WV
5 days of awesome adventure activities: hiking, paintball, high ropes course, caving, and white water rafting. Cost is $300. If you are interested in going, please talk to Pastor Caleb. Money is due by the end of June.

KIDS CAMP - Sutter, CA
Want to learn the western way of life, ride a horse, or just be on a ranch? This is the opportunity for you! Butte Star Ranch is hosting its fist ever kids horse camp! The event is going to be held on July 20th and 21st! Only 10 kids are going to be accepted! Reserve your child's spot now! Two days of action packed horse activities for just $125 and we provide the horses! Call the ranch today 530-755-0154!

Philly District Kid's Camp - Stevens, PA
Please save the date....more info to come

Family Yoga with YogaKid Orlando after Workout - Orlando, FL
Come join us after Strollfit class for Family Yoga with YogaKid Orlando, Instructor Monica on Saturday, the 24th at Blue Jacket Park. We will move and stretch our bodies, practice our breathing, and relax our minds. All levels and ages welcomed! Meet at the fountain! Bring mat or towel! $10 per family. Hope to see you there.

Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 4-7 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included) Gym membership: $15.00 for Adults $10.00 for Youth Ages 12-17

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All-Positions Overnight Camp - Stanford University
The David Shaw Football Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by space, age and grade level. • This camp is intended for both entry level and elite level campers • Campers will be grouped according to age and skill level • Check in at 11 am 6/16, Camp concludes 12 noon 6/17 • Limited overnight space available in on-campus dorms • Commuter campers also welcome • Commuter camper price: $200 (3 practices and lunch on 16th) • Overnight camper price: $350 (3 practices, dorm room and meals including lunch & dinner on 16th, and breakfast on 17th) • June 16th only: $135 (2 practices and dinner) • June 17th only: $65 (1 practice) • Includes a camp T-Shirt 800-357-7687

CIT Retreat - Burnamwood Camp
This event is for any 9th - 12th Grader wishing to serve as a Counselor In Training for summer 2016. It will include leadership training, game leading, Bible Study, campfires and more. Camp begins at 1 p.m. Wednesday and ends at 4 p.m. Friday. 859-494-9113

Hamilton Spring Break Day Camp 4/4/2016-4/8/2016 - HAMILTON RECREATION CENTER
Spring Break Day Camp brings a slice of summer to the month of April. Participants enjoy planned arts and crafts leisure fun and games in a fun safe environment. Campers must bring their own lunch and snacks. 7:00AM-6:00PM Daily $30.00/Week fee LOCATION Hamilton Recreation Center INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff

Science in the City Camp, Session II - Francis W Parker
Science in the City Camp provides students with a full week to explore a science topic alongside passionate faculty. Science in the City courses will activate campers imaginations as they are encouraged to invent, engage and explore. Using Chicago as a resource, campers will connect science activities with everyday life. See options for specific course offerings each week. LUNCH: Science in the City campers must bring their own peanut-free bag lunches and drinks each day. Refrigerated facilities are not provided. An insulated lunch box with an ice pack is recommended. Science in the City Camp ends each day at 3:00pm. Accounts for campers not picked up by 3:30pm will be charged $20 per day. See option for Late Science from 3-5pm. 773.797.5104

Artists in Residence II with Nelli Shevelkina & Connie Pfeiffer (Ages 7-14) - Young People
Folk Art Around The World with Nellie Shevelkina Go Global! Learn about different cultures through their arts. We will travel from Africa to the Americas, Europe to Asia, Australia and in between discovering traditional folk arts from around the world. Explore the history, techniques, and special meanings of various crafts while noticing similarities and differences in their designs, patterns, and styles. We will create mosaics, painted and printed fabrics, sand paintings, mask making, paper maché figurines, paper cutouts, clay whistles, just to name a few. Students are encouraged to research their own cultural and ethnic backgrounds and proudly share these artistic traditions with the class. Fun with Metal with Connie Pfeiffer Make jewelry and mini-sculpture with copper sheet metal and wire to wear or hang. Stamp, fold, hammer, bend, cut, twist and even heat metal to create pendants, medallions and forms from nature such as pea pods and leaves. Students will explore using basic hand tools, especially hammers, mallets, cutters, files, pliers and torches (one-on-one with instructor) to create works in metal. Note: Age appropriate assignments available for students under 9. 2035624927 x14

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