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Summer Camps in Pratt, KS

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Young Explorers 1 - Mohonk Preserve Visitor Center
Based out of the Mohonk Preserve Visitor Center, campers will spend their mornings exploring and interacting with nature. Each session will have a new and exciting theme ranging from adventures with water to local animals. Campers will have the opportunity to spend one morning during the week away from the Visitor Center, exploring the many wonders of the Preserve. 845-255-0919

Latest Review for Camp Chippewa

Technology Free Camp for Boys
In this age of technology, I wanted my son to experience a camp with lots of things to do besides be on the internet. This camp does just that. They focus on sports and fun activities, while developing confidence and physical and emotional growth among these young boys. They establish friendships that will last a long time. They get to know people from all over the world. The counselors are wonderful and love spending time bonding with the kids. My son can’t wait to go... Read More...


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Teen Camp - "Reverse Thinking Backward or Biblical?" - Pottsboro, TX


Summer Set Music Festival Camping at Float Rite Park on the Apple Rive
Did you know you could be camping right across the street from the Summer Set Music Festival at Float Rite Park?. ? The main entrance is 100 yards away from our park entrance! There are many benefits from staying at an established campground including - Across the street from Amphitheater - Hot showers and clean bathrooms - Large campsites located on river - Free shuttle downtown - Campfires Allowed (unlike Amphitheater) - Park on campsite and lockup valuables - Patio bar with mechanical bull - Concessions and liquor store - Volleyball and horseshoes - Prepared for a crowd, no waiting in line for security - Vehicle Re-Entry (unlike Amphitheater) To reserve a campsite visit http://www.floatrite.com/2015-summer-set-music-festival/ $99 per person March 1 – April 30 $109 per person May 1 – June 30 $119 per person Juy 1 – Aug 12 $129 per person GATE PRICE

Unplugged Youth Retreat - East Troy, WI
Time to get away and unplug from the hectic pace of life. This retreat is for youth in 8th grade through 12th grade. Fee is $100. For the first 10 to sign up, receive a $25 discount making it just $75 for a fun faith filled weekend! Camp TImber-lee is a wonderful facility with 600 acres of outdoor space, a toboggan hill and much more. A special band and speaker will engage our time of preparation for Holy week and Easter. See the Youth board for permission slip. Comment below if you plan to attend. Talk with Pastor Krysta for more information.

Teen Camp @ Camp ALBRYOCA - Teen Camp - Meyersdale, PA
Mark your calendar for Teen Camp. Grades 7 - 12. Cost is $unknown as of yet. Teen Camp is a 7 day long resident camp for Students. Campers stay in cabins and have Bible Lessons, Singing, games, swimming, camp fires and FUN other events. See Mr Joe for more details.

Spring Youth Retreat - Collins, MS
For details visit our website: http://biblecamp.themethodistprotestantchurch.org/?post_type=events&p=78

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Session 3B - Male youth camper who will need to use a wheelchair at camp - Camp Paivika
Male youth camper 9-17 years old with physical and/or developmental disabilities and how uses a wheelchair. 3 night option Camp Paivika is able to accommodate up to 2 male campers who use wheelchairs for this session. 909-338-1102 x5003

Sports Statistics - Ethical Culture
Have you ever watched baseball and wondered how players get their batting averages? How about figuring out the top scorers in the NBA? Learn the ins and outs of your favorite sports including player statistics and team data. Create your own March Madness bracket and back up your picks with your own research. Learn how to talk sports by reviewing games of the week and discussing hot topics in the sports world. Instructors: Elana Kuflik and Josh Santerre 212-712-6230

NBN: Spring Break Basketball Camp Session 2 - Parker Fieldhouse
This Nothing But Net basketball camp will consist of fundamentals that will enhance your sons or daughters dribbling, passing and shooting. Camp will also develop players ability to play in a team structure while also having fun by playing individual and team games. AGE CATEGORY Youth (7-17) LOCATION FH - Gymnasium (Full) at Parker Fieldhouse INSTRUCTOR Marcus Mason

Weeks 2/3 AM - Opti Learn To Sail (Step 2) (NESS Boat) - NESS
Prerequisite: Opti LTS Step 1 or Second Taste of Optis This two week class is based on the final two weeks of the Opti Learn to Sail process. Designed to be a refresher course for kids who have taken Opti learn to Sail but who are not yet ready for Green fleet. This class also offers a great option for students who have taken the Second Taste of Optis program and who want a two week program to perfect all they have learned. 860-535-9362

Summer Camp @ La Pintoresca Group C (11-12) - City of Pasadena
This is a 6 week camp that will run from June 27-August 5 from 8-6 pm. (Excluding 4th of July) This traditional camp is high-quality, fun and affordable. Activities include arts and crafts, physical fitness games and challenges, dance, visits to the onsite library at La Pintoresca Park and swimming. Campers play basketball, soccer, volleyball and softball. Instruction is also offered in golf and tennis. Campers are escorted to Robinson Park Recreation Centers swimming pool for recreational swim two times per week. Staff go into the water with the campers and certified lifeguards are always present. Fun field trips are often the highlight of the week. Trips are an additional charge and are scheduled for once a week. This camp is a good fit for active campers who like sports and group activities. The ratio of staff to campers is 1 to 10. Campers are grouped by age, and lunch and a snack are provided. Camp culminates in the annual War Games in which Washington Park Camp and La Pintoresca Park Camps compete in a series of challenges to determine an annual camp champion. Campers are asked to wear sturdy, closed-toe athletic shoes, sunscreen and hats. On swimming days, campers...

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