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Summer Camps in Stockton, MN

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 6th Grade - Oak Forest - Oak Forest Elementary School
For students entering 6th Grade in the 2016 fall semester. Select one session for each child you are enrolling in camp. A sibling discount of $50 per additional child will be added at Check-Out. 713-523-3877
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Good Earth Village
 
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33.9 Miles
Address:
25303 Old Town Rd, Spring Valley, Minnesota 55975
A beautiful 500 acre Christian camp and retreat center tucked into the bluffs of SE Minnesota.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Hiking, Leadership Development,...
Summer Camp at KinderCare-MN
 
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Distance
34.41 Miles
Address:
, Rochester, Minnesota
Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: General Academics
Camp Victory
 
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Distance
37.48 Miles
Address:
58212 403rd Ave, Zumbro Falls, Minnesota 55991
It is better to build boys and girls then mend men and women.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Backpacking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Fishing, Religious Study,...
YMCA Camp Pepin
 
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53.07 Miles
Address:
434 Main St, Red Wing, Minnesota 55066
YMCA Camp Pepin enjoys 200 feet of beachfront along Lake Pepin on the WI-MN border. We are a co-ed resident camp with high ropes,...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
Sugar Creek Bible Camp Retreat
 
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58.99 Miles
Address:
13141 Sugar Creek Rd, Ferryville, Wisconsin 54628
A year round ministry for people of all ages. A christian ministry but open to all. We provide great memories and personal growth experiences....
Activities: Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community Service, Hiking,...
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Stockton, MN Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

1st Event of 2016: Oblivion - Columbus, IN
Something that has been toying with the New Sanctuary for a long time finally gets down to brass tacks. Big changes occur in the world, new horrors appear, bad stuff happens to good people, and the smart folks will bring their own in-game light sources. This is a full weekend long immersive LARP experience. The price is $60 for players who will need to bring sleeping bags, toiletries, extra socks, costumes, weapons, spell packets, and extra badass to withstand a weekend of imagination and adventure. Meals in the tavern are an additional cost, but hearty and well worth it. NPCs pay $15, and don't need to bring costuming. Their admission fee covers their meals as well. NPCs need to bring dark clothes they can move in, sturdy shoes, extra socks, sleeping bag, and toiletries. We ask that people try to get to the site by 8 so that they can have time to get into costume and go through registration before lay on at 10. We will be able to arrive on site as early as 3 PM. Local time is Eastern. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask them here, or...

WCI's "Kid-Ninja" Martial Arts Summer Camp - Session 2 - Selinsgrove,
For more information, including dates, times, etc., download the Youth Summer Camp Brochure, or this year's Camp Pricing Sheet at: http://sunburymartialarts.com/seminarsevents/kidcamp/ Your child will enjoy: - Daily Martial Arts Classes - Fitness and Game Time - Arts & Crafts - Learning (and writing their name in) Japanese - Pool Party - Hiking - and MORE! For more details, call 570-884-1118

Young Teen Youth Camp - Springville, AL


Teen Robotics Camp - Day 3 - Dublin, GA
For rising 7th-12th graders. This is a 4-day robotics workshop where we will be learning how to build and program LEGO Mindstorms. SEATS ARE LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE AT THE REFERENCE DESK. Teens who register are expected to attend all four days of the workshop.

Kid's Night Out - Camp Out - Canton, CT
Kid's Night Out - Camp Out Friday, January 20, 5:00-8:00 Suggested Ages: 3-9 (drop off) $45 ($35 for each additional sibling) Send the kids to camp out at TLGT. Ms. Suzanne and the kids will make a pretend fire to sing songs around and tell not-so-scary stories. In addition to a delicious campfire dinner, the kids will enjoy smores for dessert.

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

#20 LEAD Week (Girls Gr. 9-12) • $425 - Camp Fowler
This is camp for those who want not just to have an experience, but to make an experience. We bring out the leadership skills in all our campers and help you create a unique week of camp. You will participate in all the Fowler has to offer and gain some of the skills that our staff has learned. If you are in 10th-12th grade, participation in LEAD also allows you to apply to come as a Student Working in Ministry (SWiM) and use your newly honed skills alongside of the Fowler staff. Students need to fill out a SWiM application which can be found on the Fowler website. Weeks will be assigned on a first come - first served basis. 518-631-6789

Age 7-9, Session 02 - LMSS - A
These 1 or 2 week sessions provide first time sailors aged 7-10 with the basics of sailing in a fun, safe and encouraging environment. Sailors will be using Prams, which are ideal for 2-3 sailors in 1 boat. Students will be taught the points of sail, basics of sailing upwind, downwind and between 2 points, along with sail trim, knot tying and general seamanship. Graduation takes place at the conclusion of each session, and parents are encouraged to come visit the Island and see their young sailors in action. 9524041645.0

1st-4th grade: American Doll and Etiquette Camp - Saint Marys School
Etiquette and good manners is all about kindness, consideration and truthfulness. This camp will celebrate young girls and all that they can be. We will try to speak to their imagination and teach them the importance of friends and family. We will use Role Play and other fun activities to entertain, educate and inspire them. The Etiquette section will include: Memory Work; a written invitation; making proper introductions; using proper telephone etiquette. We will learn to make an appointment, make purchases and just ask questions. We will set a proper table, drink hot tea from a teacup and eat hot soup with a spoon. Finally, we will help set up a proper Tea Table for our Graduation Tea. During this week of camp we will enjoy our dolls and even choose our own Doll of the Year. As we study good character traits, we will try to spark their imagination and teach them the importance of family and friends as we name and develop our very own Doll of the Year, we will write a short book about her. Together we will tell of her character traits and her favorite activities. We will also develop a family for her and... 9194244028.0

Camp Cordovas Imagine That! -Session 4 - White Rock Community Clubhouse
Camp Cordova Imagine That! Camp Cordova hosts a new specialty camp at the White Rock Clubhouse from 8am-5pm that integrates art and science. This day camp will explore scientific connections and inspire magical art creations with weekly themes and field trips. Divided by age groups (5-7 & 8-11), campers will also enjoy outdoor games, Splash Park time and age appropriate hands-on activities that will challenge critical thinkers and awaken creative minds. Join us on an amazing adventure if you wish to Imagine That! Theme: Uncovering the Earth Field Trip: Effie Yeaw Nature Center Explore and unleash Earths natural beauty and the art it has inspired. Help us to capture its beauty and transfer it to a blank canvas. Join us as we uncover Earths mysteries. MULTIPLE SESSION DISCOUNT: Register for three sessions or more at once and receive $10 off each session. The multiple session discount can be combined with registration in Camp Cordovas Traditional Camp, Sports Adventure Camp, or Imagine That! Camp. AGE CATEGORY Youth

#62 Fish & Float (Grades: 7-9) • $425 - Camp Fowler
Were bringing this one back in 2016. What could be better than paddling your own canoe and fishing some of the best waters in the Adirondacks? Catch dinner for your group or enjoy the chance to be in the Wilderness for 5 straight days. Your route will follow Long Lake into the Raquette, with possible stops at Cold River and Stony Creek Ponds, before taking out at Trombleys Landing. 518-631-6789

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