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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: February Hockey Camp Mite/Squirt - Village Sports, Inc.
Join us for our three day hockey camp for hockey players. Each day players will engage in three ice sessions, including power skating, stick handling and shooting. We will have off ice training as well as knee hockey, dodgeball and floor hockey. 585-381-0090
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Camp Foley
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
9.69 Miles
Address:
9303 Father Foley Dr , Pine River, Minnesota 56474
Foley is committed to being a positive, fun, youth-centered summer camp that has a caring, family atmosphere. Campers thrive on new friendships and experiences....
Activities: Archery, Campcraft, Canoeing, Crafts, Drama, Drums, Fencing, Fishing, Fitness (Yoga,...
Camp Knutson
 
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Distance
11.08 Miles
Address:
11169 Whitefish Ave, Crosslake, Minnesota 56442
Camp Knutson provides a residential camping experience for special needs children. Camping sessions are made through accredited groups, not on individual basis.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Horseback...
Camp Lincoln - Camp Lake Hubert Golf Camp
 
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Distance
16.45 Miles
Address:
, Lake Hubert, Minnesota
Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert's Golf Camp offers a unique opportunity for campers of all ages to participate in a week of intensive...
Activities: Adventure Camps: Canoeing
Camp Lincoln - Camp Lake Hubert Tennis Camp
 
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Distance
16.45 Miles
Address:
, Lake Hubert, Minnesota
Camp Lincoln and Camp Lake Hubert's Tennis Camp offers a unique opportunity for campers of all ages to participate in a week of intensive...
Activities: Adventure Camps: Canoeing
Camp Lincoln for Boys
 
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Distance
16.53 Miles
Address:
, Lake Hubert, Minnesota 56459
Camp Lincoln has been providing campers the opportunity to learn valuable life-skills, while creating lifelong friendships and memories. Long considered among the top private...
Activities: Wilderness, Low Ropes, High Ropes, Climbing Wall, Fishing, Canoeing, Kayaking,...
YMCA Camp Olson
 
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Distance
20.64 Miles
Address:
PO Box 118, Longville, Minnesota 56655
Camp Olson is an inspiring place. 1250 acres of forest and lakes. 3 and 1/2 hours north of twin cities area. Wilderness setting. Riding,...
Activities: Archery, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding (Western), Nature/Environmental Studies, Riflery,...
Presbyterian Clearwater Forest
 
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Distance
33.11 Miles
Address:
16595 Crooked Lake Rd, Deerwood, Minnesota 56444
1000 acre camp & retreat center w/3.5 miles of lake shore, great facilities & outstanding camps & other programs for youth, families & adults....
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (English), Kayaking,...
Camp Birchwood for Girls
 
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Distance
38 Miles
Address:
, Laporte, Minnesota
Located on a perfect lake in Minnesota
Activities: Adventure Camps: Assorted Adventures
Camp Birchwood for Boys
 
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Distance
38.84 Miles
Address:
6983 N Steamboat Lake Dr NW, Laporte, Minnesota 56461
Wilderness experience, Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Variety trips: canoe, sea kayak, backpack, mtn. bike & climb. 45th operating season.
Activities: Archery, Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Fishing, Kayaking,...
Laketrails Base Camp Inc
 
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Distance
48.25 Miles
Address:
17843 Riverwood Dr, Little Falls, Minnesota 56345
Wilderness canoe adventures for teenagers on Lake of the Woods in northern Minnesota. Live, love, laugh, and learn at Laketrails Base Camp!
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Fishing, Leadership Development,...
ICC Summer Engineering Camp
 
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Distance
53.92 Miles
Address:
1851 E US Highway 169, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
Activities: Youth Programs
Camp Mishawaka For Boys And Girls
 
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Distance
54.59 Miles
Address:
PO Box 368, Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
Mature staff help develop lifetime skills. Brother/Sister camp offers best in traditional camping. Residential & tripping.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Drama, Horseback Riding (Western),...
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Kid's Jiu Jitsu Camp - New Bern, NC
Our Jiu-Jitsu camp will arm your child with a host of positive mental and physical skills that will help him/her in school, at home and in life! As your child will learn to succeed, you’ll see a new kind of discipline emerging… the kind that will positively affect all areas of his or her life. You’ll notice an increased respect for others, and most importantly, for him / herself. This kind of powerful mind/body connection will make them unstoppable when faced with difficulties in life. Watch your child’s energy, confidence, and spirit rise while he or she becomes strong and confident. We’re not just talking about physical strength, but the kind of strength it takes to resist peer pressure and other negative aspects of life. Jiu-Jitsu is a non-striking self-defense martial art system based on leverage and control over the opponent. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is considered to be one of the best self defenses for kids and adults since it’s applied in response to physical aggression, so there’s no need to worry about your child becoming violent. Details: Begins: 01 December 2016 Ends: 29 December 2016 Camp is available (4) days a week beginning at 6:30pm and ending at 7:30pm Monday-Thursday. Ages: 5-15 Children with disabilites are...

Grown-Up Summer Camp - Indianapolis, IN
Remember summer camp? Remember making new friends, learning new skills, getting a cool t-shirt and having fun? Following a sold-out debut last year, we are bringing back the joy of camp, but for grown-ups only. Grown-Up Summer Camp is a day-long immersive experience with artists, musicians, chefs, curators, and performers throughout the campus. Activities include making cardboard forts to battle rival campers, discovering hidden areas of the IMA campus, foraging the woods for edible plants, and cooking dinner with Cerulean chef Caleb France. Cap off the day gathering by the campfire with a drink with live music by local bands. The IMA's ARTx Series is made possible by a gift from the Efroymson Family Fund Saturday, September 24 / 10 am-9 pm

Excel 2017 - Youth Bible Conference - Jones, MI
Join us for a weekend of Bible teaching and fellowship. Our speaker is Jamie Martin from Sudbury, Ontario All meals, snacks and lodging are included. Married couples are welcome to attend, but no nursery care is provided. Please find other accommodations for your young children. Nursing infants are welcome. Registration begins at 5:30 PM Friday. 1st Session at 7 PM. * No meal on Friday, but a snack is provided later in the evening. 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

Ignite Teen Camp 2015 - Saxton, PA
Ignite -Set your faith on fire- Teen Camp is a 5 day, 6 night faith building experience for teens entering 7th grade through 2015 graduates. Come enjoy new lasting friendships, trip to WildRiver Waterpark, outdoor activities, swimming, hiking, loads and loads of fun activities and encounter a deeper relationship with God as he heals, restores, and sets destiny in motion by igniting your faith on fire. For more information call 603-738-3150

2016 Naselle Youth Camp 1st "Ride-In" Prison Visit - undefined, WA
This is the first of 2 prison visits to this youth prison. This is one of 3 opportunities to interact with troubled youth in an effort to disuade them from the road to ruin they are on and introduce them to the road less travelled. Doug McGaughey will be the Contact Person for this visit. Invitations will go out 2 months prior to the visit date. Stay tuned for more detailed information as it's listed. Murrel Petry, Director, CMA Prison Ministries (Washington State) [email protected]

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

General Camp: Session 3 - Cabin John Regional Park
All campers will receive excellent instruction in the fundamentals of the game as well as the opportunity to play in a live game each day. Each camper will receive an official Big Train & BCC Baseball Summer Camp t-shirt that will entitle the camper to free admission to all Big Train home games at Shirley Povich Field during the 2016 regular season. 301-365-1076

Intro to Cartooning 5:00 PM - RALSTON
Students will learn to draw figures in action, develop storytelling, and learn the basics of composition. Create your own comic book and characters. Tuition includes a one-time art supply fee for class materials. Recital and Art Show is scheduled at the end of the semester. 4025567821.0

Spring Beekeeping Basics - Summit School
Spring Beekeeping Basics 2nd, 3rd & 4th Graders, Thursdays, 3:00-4:00 pm, $150 March 3, 10, 17, 24, April 7, 14, 21, 28 Taught by Chris Culp Winter hive recovery and hive expansion Early spring brood production Expanding hives/splits Bee foraging observations Building hive bodies and adding suppers Queen locating and bee feeding (336) 722-2777

Camp Chesapeake - Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center
High school teens with developmental disabilities. Daily travel camp to regional parks and recreation facilities, swimming, and canoeing. Each day is a new trip destination. Trips are designed for active, independent teens and involve a lot of walking and/or physical exercise. No personal care provided. Staff ratio: 1 staff/4 participants. TR Extended Camp option available at Wood MS. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp Chesapeake meets at the Bauer Drive Community Center (not at Wood MS as printed in the camp guide). SECONDARY CATEGORY Therapeutic Recreation Programs LOCATION Bauer Conference Room at Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center ACTIVITY List: TR Extended Camp The participant will have to select between 0 and 2 out of the 2 following Activities to register for. Name Type Number Age Date Location TR Extended Camp at Wood MS Class 12548 6 - 21 From August 1, 2016 to August 5, 2016 Each Monday from 3:30pm to 6pm Each Tuesday from 3:30pm to 6pm Each Wednesday from 3:30pm to 6pm Each Thursday from 3:30pm to 6pm Each Friday from 3:30pm to 6pm Wood, Earle B. Middle School TR Extended Camp at Wood MS Class 12668 6 - 21 From August 8, 2016 to August 12, 2016...

Elem Aftercare Week 4 - Merrill Engineering Building
We are going to offer a limited aftercare program from 3 until 5:30. This will largely not be computer related, but more about enjoying some of the University of Utah campus - doing activities like bowling or games on the open spaces. I know this does not solve the problem for those enrolled in the Beginning Scratch camp ending at 11:45AM. Sorry. We will distribute a daily schedule so that you can pickup early if needed. A snack will be provided. Only for students in the Advanced Scratch, Super Scratch, or FIRST Lego League camps. Additional fees apply, please see the Dates or Registration page. 801-585-1726

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