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THE ULTIMATE MAGAZINE FOR CAMPERS, PARENTS & FAMILIES

Camp is more than just having fun

ACTING CAMP AND THE

QUALITY OF MERCY

resolve

do you have it?

eCamps guide to choosing the

right Summer Camp

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Design for the Stars


EDITORS’S LETTER

WELCOME! Fall is here, and for some camps the enrollment season for 2012 is continuing and 2013 summer camp enrollment has already begun. For many others the 2013 summer camp enrollment period will start soon. During this important time, between the Holiday’s and the start of 2013 summer camp enrollment, we are happy to share some great information about different types of camps. There are so many great camps to choose from. In order to secure the camp you want at the price you need, and take advantage of early registration pricing in the process, it’s a good idea to start short listing camps soon. Hopefully this information can spark some ideas that help you in your search. In this issue we feature a high quality, fantastic Basketball Camp that really makes a difference in kids lives, we showcase an awesome Nature Camp that gives kids the opportunity to learn about nature in a hands on environment, we showcase a Boy Scouts of America Camp that is truly amazing, a fantastic Girls Camp that is one of a kind, we highlight an amazing sports camp with multiple locations across the country, we highlight a Fashion Camp that has many types of activities to take part in, we share some fantastic camp pictures and informative camp videos, and provide much more information about camp. At CampNavigator, we give parents accurate, insightful and valuable information, empowering them to make informed decisions about summer camp. The CampNavigator Magazine shares knowledge to enrich the lives of children, youth and adults through the camp experience. Make your 2013 Summer Camp experience the best yet. We hope you enjoy this issue of the CampNavigator Magazine!

-Jeffery Nadeau, Editor In Chief Contact me at jeffn@campnavigator.com

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7. Quick Handle Basketball Camp

RESOLVE Do you have it?

11. Audubon – Camp Wildcat

Do you have a young naturalist at home? Help cultivate that interest in nature by sending them to Camp Wildcat at Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center!

13. The Summer Theatre Camp of Montclair 17. BSA Samoset Council

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Home to Akela’s World Cub Scout Camp, Tesomas Scout Camp and Hanna Venture Base

19. Camp Choconut

Camp Is More Than Just Having Fun

23. eCamps

With all the different sports camps offered each summer, choosing the right one has become a challenging task for parents.

27. Academy of Couture Art

Academy of Couture Art’s Teen Couture Design Club develop foundations in preparation for 2013 grand fashion show

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29. Bold Earth Travel Camp

Since 1976, Bold Earth has welcomed over 13,000 students from 50 U.S. states and 50+ countries on

adventure programs all over the world.

33. Keystone Camp

Why is a girls’ camp important in today’s world? Attending camp provides a huge opportunity for personal growth.

37. Camp Cedarbrook

10 Reasons Parents Send their Daughters to Camp Cedarbrook

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41. Sending your child off to Camp – For the 1st time

For many parents, sending their child off to camp for the first time is a stress full experience.

45. Ramey Equestrian Camp

Ramey Equestrian School is dedicated to providing a safe riding environment and quality instruction.

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QUICK HANDLE BASKETBALL CAMP RESOLVE Do you have it? “SET” Acronym of Success!!

So much of what I find today in the sports arena and generally in the world is a lack of resolve. We are easy to compromise, change course, look for something new, be non-committal , have our hands in too many things; all in the futile effort and hope that somehow we will gain utopia, satisfaction or success.  The short term, fair weathered philosophies always end up producing futile and anemic results.  Resolve is that attitude to stay the course, stick with a plan, be unwavering, never compromise your values, never look for short cuts that produce mediocrity, but

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drive yourself, be tough on yourself, sell out and be consistent. The sad truth is so many promising athletes that have been a part of our program or other programs have developed a serious lack of resolve to finish the good fight and maximize their talents.  What could of been accomplished if only a serious spirit of resolve was maintained? There are usually countless opportunities missed because of a lack of resolve.  The classic is “if only I would of stuck with it”. This should not be part of one’s thinking.  You don’t want a life of regrets!  I believe many players are searching in the wrong places and following the wrong paths for success in basketball.  I know this because I have personally witnessed numerous players not reaching their full


potential and maximizing their talents because they didn’t have the resolve to stay the course and do the hard work necessary to be special and extraordinary. These tough words and straight talk come from a sincere motivation designed to instill hope and inspiration that will produce a direction of success and a firm foundation of resolve  that is unparalleled.  There is hope when going against the grain to be that special and unique player that blends old school work ethic with new school innovation and creativity.

The game of basketball can be set up and positioned for you to win. What you need is  resolve  to be the best and not settle for anything less! The following acronym, if memorized and applied, will help you develop the spirit and commitment of resolve. SET

S-single-minded: Flip flopping is the opposite of having single minded purpose to stay the course, keep on keeping on and finish what you started. Stay with a solid single-minded pursuit to help you maximize.

Think big, set high goals, go for greatness and stay the course. Overcome & be victorious!

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E-extreme: Anything worth achieving, especially as it relates to maximizing personally, will require a high level of extreme commitment, dedication and staying power to achieve maximum success. T-tenacious: A tenacious mind set is tough minded, not lazy and has a grinding attitude. The journey of achieving goals sometimes will be hard.  To have the ability to grind and “get er done” during tough times requires a tenacious spirit that never gives in or gives up! “SET” is unmovable, unshakable, never defeated or deflated and will carry the banner of resolve all the way to the victory line! Resolve in your heart to develop your plan and work your plan for the end result of the joy of maxing out! The “SET” mentality will help you make it happen. The Power of Resolve “SET”

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Cover Story

Audubon Camp Do you have a young naturalist at home? Help cultivate that interest in nature by sending them to Camp Wildcat at Wildcat Glades Conservation & Audubon Center!  Located in Wildcat Park in Joplin, MO, we use the natural wonder and biodiversity of Shoal Creek and its adjoining habitats as natural classrooms. Wildcat Park is home to some of the last remaining globally unique chert glades, which gives campers an opportunity to experience this disappearing habitat. We meet at the Center each morning before we go outdoors to explore various habitats. Each day we learn about a different group of animals: birds, amphibians and reptiles, fish, and insects and other invertebrates. Other activities include fishing, canoeing and water quality testing. This four-day camp, held twice each summer, is led by professional naturalists with over 12 years of daycamp experience. Camp hours are 8am-noon, Tuesday through Friday. For the convenience of working parents, we will provide supervision from 7:30 am.-12:30 pm. With sessions for 6-8 years old and 9-12 years old, we make sure your child enjoys the outdoors at his appropriate age level and with peers that will be friends for life! A child to adult ratio of at least 10:1 ensures a safe and educational experience for all. Children should be in good physical condition and able to hike in summer weather. We will provide a snack, or they may bring their own from home. Camp fees are $100 per child for Audubon Center members, and $125 per child for nonmembers. Partial scholarships are available.

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Theatre Camp of Montclair The Summer

One of the questions that parents ask me persistently, and with great concern, iswhether our acting camp will breed an arrogant diva-ish quality in their teen, tween or little one. I think that this is an excellent question that exhibit care and wisdom on the part of parents who query it. Here is my answer gleaned from the twentythree years I have been privileged to witness acting training bring out the best in young people: “Excellent Acting Training breeds Courage and Compassion in its participants. And Courage and Compassion are the antidotes to cynicism.”

ACTING CAMP AND THE QUALITY OF MERCYʼ

“Compassion is the basis of morality.” Arthur Schopenhauer By Mary Ann Riel, M.A. Artistic Director, The Summer Theatre Camp of Montclair, New Jersey 973-746-8686

Remember the movie Jerry Maquire? Remember Jerryʼs words before his famous ʻyou complete meʼ declaration of love? Ruefully shaking his head, he states, “We live in a cynical world. A cynical world…” The truth of those words resonates ever more strongly today, and, cynicism, gentle reader, is the poison that kills creativity, kindness and confidence...especially in young, developing artists and can breed divas. Our modern-day cynicism protects us by cloaking us from some of the internetʼs myriad distractions that often appeal to our lower selves in its unending attempts to pick our collective pockets. But our cynicism also shields us from the vulnerability that any artist, performing or otherwise, needs to be creative and viable, no

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more so than in a young, developing performer who can so easily be stifled under the weight of the glib, snark du jour so prevalent in contemporary media. This is where acting training can be a creative life-saver. My teaching experience reveals, time and again, that young people who enroll in our summer acting camp program are relieved to be encouraged to 驶let their hair down始 in an environment of safety, trust, fun, and camaraderie, while exploring the art and craft of acting and building acting skill with other likespirited people. In an environment of kindness, everyone learns to appreciate each others始 differences and to pick up valuable lessons from studying and understanding those differences, without dismissing, denying or disrespecting them. Parents of our summer camp participants, often comment that they themselves would like to join our program because it is engrossing, challenging, joyful and fun. They see the powerful metamorphoses, as their teen, tween or little one gains the life skills of discipline, focus, selfreliance and team work that are the inevitable offshoots of acting training. So is the character building that encourages respect, commitment, and kindness--traits that successful actors share and bring to their personal lives, as well. I so wish that I had known the truth of theatrical process, years ago when I was a raw, talented, but somewhat, misguided

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performer who, I, sheepishly, confess had to work through some Drama Queenish qualities myself. Thank goodness for caring coaches and mentors who guided me to a more authentic, artistic and professional way of life! The value in my journey is that I learned the characteristics that are important onstage and off and have been privileged to inspire young actors to walk a higher path whilst embracing those lovely characteristics themselves. All acting training, including summer acting camps, are best served by teaching from a focal point of compassion and courage, from which artistry grows amongst engaged and caring participants and staff Whether your teen, tween or little one wants to be the next Broadway Star or simply has a newly acquired interest in acting, explore the option of a great summer acting camp program. The compassion and courage it can engender last a lifetime!

Mary Ann Riel, M.A. Is the Artistic Director . and Head Teacher of The Summer Theatre Camp of Montclair, New Jersey, now in its 23rd year. To inquire about The Summer Theatre Camp of Montclair, New Jersey, contact Mary Ann at 973-746-8686 for a nonpressured, informative conversation to discover if The Summer Theatre Camp of Montclair is the right fit for your teen, tween or little one.


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BSA Samoset Council

Crystal Lake Scout Reservation

Home to Akela’s World Cub Scout Camp, Tesomas Scout Camp and Hanna Venture Base

Akela's World

Nestled in the pristine Northwoods of Wisconsin, the Crystal Lake Scout Reservation is the perfect place for your unit’s outdoor adventures. From simple overnight camping opportunities to weeklong summer camps to kayaking in the Apostle Islands, the CLSR offers a wide variety of programs to fit your unit’s every need.

Akela’s World Cub Scout Camp, located in Rhinelander, WI, is the premier Cub Scout summer resident camping destination. At “Akela’s World” we want to create exactly that; another “world.” By allowing our unique theme to take complete control we deliver a program allowing challenge, creativity, adventure, and learning. We provide many advancement opportunities that take advantage of our

The CLSR offers premier camping programs yearround including: Cub Scout summer opportunities at Akela’s World Cub Scout Camp, Boy Scout & Venturing summer camp opportunities at Tesomas Scout Camp, week long high adventure treks through Hanna Venture Base and winter camp programs for all ages. If you’re looking for a place to take your Scouts, consider this. When it comes to customer satisfaction, according to the Scouts, we are Number 1. 17

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Venture Base If you are ready to experience true high adventure, then our week long treks are for you! Offered weekly from mid June through mid August; sessions start Sunday afternoon and end Saturday morning. These unique treks are available for Scouts and Venturers 14 years of age or older. From kayaking in the Apostle Islands to backpacking in the Porcupine Mountains, HVB welcomes all to strive for the ultimate challenge of experiencing the outdoors. No trip is impossible if your group have the imagination and courage to attempt it.

Tesomas Scout Camp Since 1935, Tesomas has been providing an outdoor program second to none. With approximately 1,200 acres, Tesomas prides itself on a commitment to excellence and the best customer service anywhere. The more than 70 staff members provide programs in ten different areas; serving everyone from the first year camper at Eagle Quest to the experienced in our Trek programs. Its straight “A” ratings for National Accreditation reaffirm that it is the place “Where camping is KING!”

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Camp Choconut Fun g in v a H st Ju n a h T re o M Is Camp

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Summer camping is more than having your child stay busy while having a great time. Summer camping is a tremendous opportunity for growth, building selfconfidence, self-awareness, empathy and more. Children need time away from their parents. This time allows a child to choose for themselves what’s important to them; whether its what activity to do in the morning, if they really want to go swimming during free-time, what foods they will select during meal times and what friends they will choose, all without their parents watching their every step. And all happening in a safe environment, specifically created just for all this to happen. Children remember their times at summer camp during their entire lives. It’s that important.

Over the years summer camping caught on and actually considered a necessity in educational

learning (from the early ‘20’s through the ‘40’s), and the ranks of Camp Choconut grew. In the late 1930’s and early 1940’s Camp Choconut saw close to 140 campers during the summers. As one of the oldest camps in America, Camp Choconut continues to provide young boys and men the ‘out-of-doors’ experience, living in the Endless Blue Mountains of Pennsylvania, breathing fresh mountain air, camping, playing sports and swimming in a safe environment all while having fun without Game Box’s, Wii’s, PS2’s, PS3’s, PSP’s, i-pods, computers and television. Our focus may not be math or science, biology or language arts instead something just as important – living alongside one’s fellow man, socializing in a relaxed atmosphere with boys of similar age and adults other than parents, teachers, pastors and rabbis. We teach boys new skills. Skills that help develop one’s self-esteem, fulfillment in a job well done, success and accomplishment. Skills a boy will require as he moves from boyhood to manhood, from Mom and Dad’s home to college and a life beyond. In today’s world, young boys and men yearn for a sense of being, seek out role models, someone to emulate. But many have no one. With pop-stars, sports figures, and politicians falling from

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grace because of sex-scandals or drugs, boys today have no one to look to. Its nothing like 30 or 40 years ago when the atmosphere still resonated with names like President John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Neil Armstrong. Sport greats like Willie Mays, Joe Namath, Jack Niclaus, Bill Bradley, Walt Frazier, were every kid’s envy. As the ‘80’s came it brought Cable TV to the forefront with hundreds of channels to choose from; movie channels, sports channels and MTV. Kids were getting sucked into the popculture so fast that most companies couldn’t keep up with the “new” advertising to keep kids interested in their products during Saturday morning cartoons. The ‘90’s brought the Personal Computer into homes, video games, advanced gaming units with unprecedented forms of technologies; the Web, AOL, Chat Rooms, Email, Instant Messaging – the digital craze was upon us. Now, with everyone having cell phones that allow one to communicate through texting, with MySpace, and FaceBook the act and the art of socializing is fading. Kids today find themselves lacking in social skills that less than 15 years ago were an everyday norm.

Today’s Camp Choconut strives to close the gap from feeling lost, unsure of oneself in today’s world to self-confidence, self-reliance and integrity. By using the skills learned at Camp Choconut and developing

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self-confidence and assurance in oneself, boys and young men find navigating through life and making difficult choices easier and more natural. Communicating with peers and adults in his life seems easier for him. Completing tasks, stick-to-itiveness, working a little harder becomes second nature. The Camp Choconut boy leaves camp each summer feeling confident about oneself and knows he has the skills to tackle the next year at school or the difficult time on a sports team, or problems at home with parents or siblings, or that neighborhood bully that just will not leave him alone.

Camp is more than a great time. It’s a time for a child to grow, separated from technology, learning social skills, developing self-reliance, becoming aware of the people around him, learning to live with others, socializing face-to-face with others, getting outdoors. Wouldn’t it be great to hear these words from your child when you pick them up from camp, “Camp was awesome”? And, you know what? You will.

Fred Lorber is the Director of Camp Choconut, a residential boys camp for boys 9 – 15. Fred can be contacted at fred.lorber@ campchoconut.com with questions or comments about this article. You can read more about Camp Choconut by going to its Web site at http://www.campchoconut.com. by Fred Lorber

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eCamps Guide to Choosing the Right Summer Sports Camp With all the different sports camps offered each summer, choosing the right one has become a challenging task for parents. eCamps, a leading national network of sports camps, has provided some insightful tips to help families choose the best camps for their developing athletes. Whether it’s fine tuning the fundamentals or looking for a competitive training camp, it has become essential for parents to know just what to look for. eCamps Inc., one of the nation’s top networks of sports camps, understands this importance and has established their camps with these families in mind. eCamps offers lacrosse, tennis, field hockey, softball, and squash instruction at over 200 camp locations nationwide. Since their inception in 2001, over 50,000 athletes have had fun and become better players under their proven core instructional programs. Here is some advice provided by the company to help with the summer camp decision process:

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1. Camper to Staff Ratio Matters There is nothing better than hearing from children as they pile into the van after camp saying, “Mom, coach helped me score a goal,” or “Dad, I’m so tired, I learned so much today”. Proper feedback and personalized attention is what each camper deserves from their sports camp experience. That is why eCamps is committed to maintaining a low instructor to camper ratio. For team sports there is an 8:1 camper to staff ratio and for individual sports a 5:1 ratio.

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2. Instructors Great instructors need organizational skills, positive coaching manners and ageappropriate skill development milestones. eCamps instructors have all excelled in their respective sports and are considered the finest in the country. 100 percent of the energetic instructors have had collegiate playing experience, with many going on to prove themselves at the professional and national level as well. What makes a great coach is not solely playing experience, but more importantly their commitment to coaching youth. eCamps’ directors are all Double Goal Certified by the Positive Coaching Alliance and have made a promise to educate life lessons through sport.

3. Facilities

Top-notch school accommodations and facilities are a prerequisite for a quality camp experience. Good food, easily accessible campuses, comfortable beds, good field conditions and fun social interaction are all necessities. While the main focus of a sport-specific training camp is on skill development and instruction, the overall camp experience is also defined by how the campers feel off the field or court. eCamps has chosen its 2012 camp locations based on the high standards of their camper’s families. They identify premier college campuses, prep schools and recreation facilities based on their commitment to providing the company with exceptional facilities - whether it be the newest turf fields, state-of-the-art tennis facilities, or glass-backed international squash courts.

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4. Having Fun

Let us not forget that these are children and it’s summer time! Fun through sports education is at the heart of the eCamps sports network. It is important for campers and their parents to enter the camp experience with an open mind to enjoy, smile and gain life lessons along the way. Learning doesn’t end at the sound of a whistle. At camp, eCamps offers other activities (usually at night) to get campers away from their particular sport, relax, and provide some social balance to the day. Some of these activities include movie nights, pizza nights, putt-putt, ping-pong and karaoke. Making new friends is a time honored camp tradition and one which they embrace and nurture. As the program of your choice nears, don’t hesitate to check in with each camp regarding roommate requests, skill/ age break-downs, a final staff roster, etc. Campers may register for any program with openings right up until the start of camp, and eCamps is proud to be available 12 hours a day to answer any questions about our


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Design for the

Stars

Academy of Couture Art’s Teen Couture Design Club develop foundations in preparation for 2013 grand fashion show The Teen Couture Design Club of the Academy of Couture Art, recognized as being one the leading accredited colleges of luxury and couture design, is gathering the next big stars in fashion for the College’s 2013 grand fashion show with royal, celebrity, and luxury industry guests. Starting January 26 and meeting every Saturday until March 23, the Saturday Couture Fashion Programs will be accepting new and returning campers to prepare in foundation skills that lead to the Fashion Show Preparation program.

Teen Couture Design Club Fashion Show Prep At the Academy of Couture Art’s Collide Fashion Show With special guests HRH Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark Crowning of Miss Teen Couture by Baroness and Goodwill Ambassador Kimberly Moore

From 10:30am to 3:30pm campers learn from industry active faculty the sophisticated techniques of luxury fashion design sketch and French made-to-measure garment construction to develop their own gorgeous couture clothing.

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About the Teen Couture Design Club Year round Teen Couture Design Club programs are designed in recognition of the growing number of young teens who have been born into the arts of fashion and photography. In these early years, creativity is at its peak. These are years when a basic introduction into the sophisticated foundations of luxury design can build confidence in individual capabilities and bring professional results to passionate hobbies.

Level 1 High fashion skirt from Teen Couture Design Club Fashion Show Prep Intensive

Our Values and Mission A learning experience should be fun and creative while preparing the learner for a lifetime of achievement. The Teen Couture Design Club is dedicated to luxury design instruction uniquely tailored to reveal participant design identity through the development of luxurious professional products. A learning experience would not be complete without exploration and inspiration that leaves the learner with unforgettable memories. The Teen Couture Design Club annually provides participants with professional exposure to our exclusive network of royals, celebrities, and distinguished luxury industry professionals.

Testimonials

“My girls’ design illustrations have improved so much. You have a great technique.” -Mabel Cardenas, Pacific Palisades “Julia had a great time and would have signed up for the second session if we would have been in town. She has a much clearer understanding of the entire process now. H   opefully she’ll be able to return in the future. Thanks so much!” -Megan McConnell, Los Angeles

Miss Southern California crowns Miss Teen Couture at Academy of Couture Art’s Le Rêve Fashion Show

“This is my daughter’s third session. Last year she came for session 1 and 2. I have seen an amazing evolution and refinement of taste and I am impressed by her drawings. I was really pleased by her development and by her progress. I love the blouse that she made. It is very creative.” -Hana Novak, San Luis Obispo “Thank you so much for sending us the nice photos of Mari! It was a great experience for her to be included in the Fashion Show, and she learned a lot. Sincerely” -Aya

“Thanks for the press releases of my daughter. I’m so proud!!” -Sandi Cohen, Pacific Palisades

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Bold Earth

Travel Camp Since 1976, Bold Earth has welcomed over 13,000 students from 50 U.S. states and 50+ countries on adventure programs all over the world! Our mission is for each participant to enjoy a safe summer of enthusiasm, leadership, respect, playfulness, trust, responsibility and accomplishment. Since 1976, Bold Earth has welcomed over 13,000 students from 50 U.S. states and 50+ countries on adventure programs all over the world! Our mission is for each participant to enjoy a safe summer of enthusiasm, leadership, respect, playfulness, trust, responsibility and accomplishment. Bold Earth’s guardianship role is a privilege we take to heart. Our small and carefully led programs deliver a transformative summer of education, personal growth and an expanded appreciation of home. My personal goal as founder and owner of Bold Earth is for every teenager to experience elevated confidence and a growing knowledge of their healthy place in our world.

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At Bold Earth, our passion for teen travel should be obvious at every step of your journey. Our intention is to exceed the expectations of each family, one at a time. Bold Earth is a global community of over 100 inspirational trip leaders, working 24/7 to deliver your BEST SUMMER EVER! I welcome your calls and emails, and make a point to be available to develop personal relationships with families that choose Bold Earth. We look forward to sharing this summer with you!


BOLD EARTH FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Bold Earth and Safety?

Safety is #1. Since 1976, over 13,000 teens have safely and successfully completed a Bold Earth program. As with all adventure activities, there are inherent risks. Bold Earth’s commitment to safety begins with trip planning and trip leader training. Our trip leaders are trained Wilderness First Responders, certified Lifeguards, and experienced outdoor leaders. We work with professional guides and outfitters to ensure the maximum amount of supervision and safety. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

What are your Safety Standards?

We are certified by all relevant state and local agencies and accredited by the American Camp Association. We voluntarily meet or exceeded over 300 safety standards including leader qualifications, first aid, emergency procedures and vehicle safety. Bold Earth has emergency action plans for each specific trip.

Is Bold Earth Fun and Worthwhile?

With over 13,000 references from all 50 U.S. states and 55 countries worldwide, ask our office for Bold Earth alumni in your area. The Bold Earth way of life is a perfect balance of maturity, leadership, and fun. Over and over teenagers tell us that the friendships, activities, goals and motivations everyone shares on Bold Earth are incredible. Our goal is that after just a short time with us, your Bold Earth trip will become the best decision of your life. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Can I Bring my iPod, iPhone and iPad?

Bold Earth has an unplugged philosophy. Therefore we ask that you bring only your cell phone which your Trip Leaders will keep safe and dry for the duration of the trip. Please do not bring your iPad and please have a camera separate from your cell phone. A call home once a week is ok, otherwise wediscourage calls to home and especially friends because they detract from the experience and disrupt the bonding process. www.CampNavigator.com Vol-1; Issue 4

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Parents: How Can I Contact My Child?

Bold Earth’s Colorado office is open 24 hours a day by phone and email during the summer months and Bold Earth can quickly get in touch with Trip Leaders and campers anywhere in the world. All problems are handled immediately and the family is always contacted directly. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Flying Alone?

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A successful arrival on Bold Earth begins with air travel coordination for all students. In order to have your son or daughter fly with other Bold Earth campers, we recommend that you book air travel arrangements using our travel agent, STA Travel, beginning on March 31st. Our 37 years of experience have shown that booking three months prior to departure not only ensures the best price, but also ensures that campers can fly together. All Bold Earth campers will be met by their Trip Leaders immediately upon arrival.

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What Experience do I Need?

No experience is required for participation on any Bold Earth trip. All you need is a willingness to try new activities and to make new friends. Speak with our office to match your readiness and age with the right program. We recommend regular aerobic exercise for at least a few weeks before your trip. Walking, jogging, swimming or riding a bike are all good ways to increase your fitness, thus allowing you to enjoy Bold Earth to its fullest. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

What’s NOT Included? Spending Money?

Airfare and personal items listed on the equipment list are not included. In order to cover gifts, film, personal items and impulse purchases, Bold Earth recommends no more than $75 per week. We recommend you bring cash, credit card or ATM card. We will assist you with currency conversion upon arrival.


What is the Refund Policy?

Prior to May 15, all tuition, except $400, is fully refundable.Cancellations must be made in writing. After May 15, there are no refunds unless you separately purchase Optional Tuition Insurance from Bold Earth. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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How Does Bold Earth Screen its Campers?

Prior to enrollment, Bold Earth requires a camper and parent telephone interview. In addition, as part of the trip application, Bold Earth requires two adult references for each camper. All references are contacted in order to ensure only positive and healthy participants join Bold Earth. Campers requiring excessive trip leader attention are not accepted, as well as any camper with problems relating to tobacco, drugs, or alcohol. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Should I Come Alone?

We strongly suggest you come alone, 85% of our campers do. Bold Earth will not accept more than three people who know one another in any group.

What is the Refund Policy?

Prior to May 15, all tuition, except $400, is fully refundable.Cancellations must be made in writing. After May 15, there are no refunds unless you separately purchase Optional Tuition Insurance from Bold Earth. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Medical and Insurance Coverage?

Three types of insurance are available. 1. Optional Tuition Insurance (Highly recommended): Purchased directly from Bold Earth to guarantee your tuition against anything not covered by other insurance. 2. International Participant Insurance: Is purchased for all Bold Earth campers traveling outside of the United States, as part of tuition, to guard against major medical injuries and emergency evacuation. 3. Medical Insurance: All participants are required to carry personal medical insurance.

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Keystone Camp Why is a girls’ camp important in today’s world? Attending camp provides a huge opportunity for personal growth. As a camp director, it is an honor and a privilege to watch a girl grow over the time they are with us at Keystone. Obviously, the longer the session, the more change we see, but so much is accomplished in such a short period of time. If you have never been to camp, I would ask you to reflect on your college experience. Remember the friendships, the sense of responsibility for yourself, your choices and the consequences of those choices. These are some of the same things camp provides to a girl, only much earlier in life. Imagine the sense of self and the strength a girl would take into college or into her first job with a foundation laid by a summer camp experience.

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At Keystone, our girls are in a small camp community of 125 campers. This small community is very diverse, though, with campers from overseas as well as 20 different states. Perhaps most importantly, our camp program staff is entirely women. When the girls are learning, they are learning from other girls. We want our girls to know there is no limit to what they can accomplish. We want our girls to be able to come to camp to be who they want to be; not who they are expected to be. We all get to know one another. We are there to cheer each other on. We encourage one another to try new things, and we are there to catch each other should we fall. There is nothing more rewarding for me to watch than the coming together of this group of girls from all over the world. I see a girl overcome her fear of jumping a horse. I watch as a girl reaches the top of the climbing wall for the first time. I hear the joy a girl expresses after her first run down a river in a canoe. I see girls conquer

homesickness, and I often participate in this process. I watch as these girls excel, succeed and grow. I love watching each girl discover the only limit to what we can accomplish is the limit we impose on ourselves. Even more importantly, I get to participate in seeing these girls grow into capable young women. We average a high return rate from year to year, and many of our campers return year after year until they finish college. We have the pleasure of hiring many old campers as counselors so that they may share their camp experience with younger girls. Eighteen of our counselors last summer had been at Keystone for ten or more years. How lucky am I? Camp helps a girl define herself. Our girls keep the strength and identity they establish at camp for the rest of their lives. What more could you want for your daughter? -Page Ives Lemel Camp Director

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“One thing about Keystone that I really appreciate is that the atmosphere of community, companionship, and empowerment that not only exists fundamentally within the camp but reaches beyond the campers and affects the counselors, as well… I really feel like camp changed my life. I came to camp with a relatively low level of confidence, an anxiety about meeting so many new people, and worries about my abilities to be a good counselor. Last year, when it came down to it, I was worried that all I had to bring with me was enthusiasm, compassion, and a willingness to try new things. Before the end of camp I felt completely welcome in a place and situation that had once been alien to me. I had gained so much confidence (which has stayed with me all year and positively changed my school experience), I had formed strong lasting bonds with many of the other counselors, I had interacted with the most amazing campers who will continue to grow into amazing, confident young women, and I had witnessed positive, deep friendships built between girls. Most importantly, I had had the honor to be part of a program that fosters an inspiring sense of community between women, and by extension, the community at large. I left camp with confidence and a sense of peace that I didn’t know to be possible.”

-Tina , Wake Forest University “I will never forget all the great times I had with my cabin mates… just thinking about all our memories we had makes me laugh and smile :) I got to do things that I’ve never done before, like whitewater rafting and riflery! In addition, I have learned so much about being a leader and working together with people. I have applied those skills to my life back at home, and I am a stronger, more confident leader than I was last year. “

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Camp Cedarbrook

10 Reasons Parents Send their Daughters to Camp Cedarbrook 1. Through every activity and event of the day, campers

6. The Camp Cedarbrook experience encourages girls to

learn to follow Jesus in every aspect of their lives.

become godly women through daily personal and group

2. Camp Cedarbrook maintains high standards of health,

study of God’s word. Group Bible study is done in small

safety, staffing, and programming. Adequate rest and

groups so that every camper has the opportunity to ask

balanced meals are part of each day. A licensed nurse is

questions and join the discussion.

on site and a physician is on call.

7. Activities are chosen by each camper on arrival and

3. Camp Cedarbrook counselors are carefully chosen

feature

Christian adults who love the Lord and enjoy young

nationally recognized programs.

people. They all receive pre-camp training in counseling

8. Camp Cedarbrook is fully accredited by the American

skills and activity leadership. And they know how to have

Camp Association.

fun!

9. Every camper has the opportunity to try something

4. Cedarbrook is a Christian community where everyone

they’ve never done before and most finish the week

“belongs.” Campers learn to respect and value the

saying that they did something they didn’t think could

differences in others. Living in cabin groups of 7-8

do.

provides daily opportunities to learn how to work

10. Sending your daughter to Camp Cedarbrook is an

together and build healthy relationships.

investment in the rest of her life. Read what our alumnae

5. Campers are surrounded by God’s creation and they

say: “Today I realized the greatest thing I learned at CCA:

learn to appreciate and care for it as well as praise Him

To be a woman of Godly character and integrity. The Lord

for it.

used my summers at camp to mold me into the woman

non-competitive skill-based instruction in

and wife I have become.”

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Sending your child off to For many parents, sending their child off to camp for the first time is a stress full experience. From separation anxiety to concern for your childs well being, sending your child to camp for the first time can be difficult. However difficult it is, parents need to remember that the very purpose of camp is to build self esteem, build character, and give your child experiences and memories o last a lifetime. That being said, you are giving them a valuable opportunity to grow rather than separating them from their family. Sending your child to camp for the first time is a valuable learning experience for you and your child. Among other things, it allows you and your child to spend time apart from each other. Time apart actually helps your child become more self aware. Take a deep breath and remember these tips. They will help you cope during the time apart from your child: camps have camper photos aMany uploaded to their website. If your

camp does this, just visit their site to see a photo of your child

mail or care packages to your aSend child during their time at camp. Show

your support and love. Remember to save all the mail you receive back from your little camper as a keepsake

your child calls and is anxious to rush aIfhome, handle it calmly and reassure your child that things are going to be ok at camp. Resist the temptation to pull your child from camp

discuss your child’s aFrequently adjustment to camp with the camp director and identify areas where you can help

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Now that you have some strong tips to fall back on, start your search for a camp. Always look for a camp that is interesting to your child. Do some research on camps, activities, sessions, etc. Then read reviews and blogs about camps. A great place for camp information is www.campnaviogator. com Discuss the camps with your child and shortlist two or three. You should contact the shortlisted camps and request brochures and videos. Then sit down with your child to read and watch what the shortlisted camps have to offer. Involve them in the process of selecting a camp, get their inputs on what activities and sessions are important to them and ensure they feel as comfortable as possible about the decision to go to camp. Talk with your child and show your unwavering support for them as they embark on this journey. If you are a parent who needs to check in on regular intervals, select a camp that will allow you to do so. However, if you cannot find a camp that allows check ins, it’s important to honor the camps policy on that. Prior to enrollment in camp, discuss your concerns with the camp director, and emphasize what you expect in terms of supervision, safety, and other things that are important to you. You will find that your concerns are quite common, and most camp directors are open to discussing them with you, and more than willing to accommodate you if at all possible. In the final analysis of it, camps are safe, fun places where children are well cared for and supervised. Hold on to that during your time apart.

how to get through it. At the end of this discussion is you can give them some pre stamped envelopes and let them know that they can write a letter home anytime, and that you will reply. Reinforce that you are there for them, especially if they get homesick. Point out that camp is exciting, and that even though you may not enjoy all of the sessions or activities, you will have fun and meet new friends. Remind them that just like in school, the more they put into the camp activities the more they will get out of the camp experience. Emphasize the importance of reaching out to the camp counselors or camp director for help if needed. Let them know that they don’t need to be shy about getting help. If they are having a bad day, it’s ok. Let them know that the camp is well supervised and that they will be well cared for. And to remember that they will be back home soon enough. Prior to sending your child off to camp, emphasize your expectations of how they should behave, who the emergency contacts are at the camp, what they should expect in terms of session lengths and activities, and set a realistic expectation for them of what camp is. It’s important to go over possible problem situations that can arise at camp, and encourage them to come up with their own solutions to problems that arise. Let them know that you will check in with them at predetermined times as well. Taking these measures ahead of time will be very beneficial for parents and campers alike.

Remember, your child may get homesick during their time at camp. You should discuss the issue of homesickness, and

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Ramey Equestrian Camp Ramey Equestrian School is dedicated to providing a safe riding environment and quality instruction. We believe this gives our riders increased self-confidence both on and off the horse. Our private equestrian riding camp offers professional instruction for beginner through advanced riders, both kids and adults. Ramey’s horseback riding school’s English and Western riding programs are directed by CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) certified instructors maintaining a 5:1 camper to staff ratio. Most riders start in a Western saddle, but move to an English saddle when they gain confidence and become balanced and in control of the horse. Our programs include: Riding equitation, including dressage and jumping for advanced riders Horsemanship, including grooming, saddling and bridling, longing and stable management Care and safety for horse and rider are taught throughout all phases of riding programs Special attention is given to improving the biomechanical coordination of the rider which improves communication with the horse. By using praise and kindness, our students learn to be attentive to the horse’s movements and attitude.

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Campers are housed and have meals in the Lodge located on the stable property (see picture on right). Campers may designate a roommate choice. They are placed in riding groups based on age and riding abilities. Camp size is limited to 8 overnight campers.


Facilities and Program The facilities of the Horseback Riding School include 50 acres with woods trails, an indoor and outdoor arena with two barns.  Morning and afternoon riding lessons and sessions are held in the indoor and/or outdoor arenas.  For advanced riders, there is a cross country course for jumping.  A short trail ride is often taken at the end of the lesson period.  Long trail rides along the scenic Ohio River are included in the program for advanced riders. Shorter trail rides often conclude the morning or afternoon arena sessions. Advanced campers work on equitation skills in dressage and jumping. There is a show for parents the final day of each session. For more information, please visit http://www.rameycamps.com.

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CAMP CATEGORIES

ER SUMM S CAMP SUMMER CAMPS INVOLVE ALMOST ALL ACTIVITIES WHICH ARE GENERALLY CONDUCTED IN SUMMER HOLIDAYS FOR KIDS AND YOUNGSTERS AS WELL.

TURE ADVEN PS CAM ADVENTURE CAMPS ARE THOSE THAT PUT THE UNDERLYING COURAGE AND STAMINA OF CAMPERS TO MAXIMUM USE IN TURNING THEM INTO ROLE MODELS FOR OTHERS.

ART CAMPS ART CAMPS ARE THOSE WHICH INVOLVE CHILDREN AND STUDENTS IN PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMS, VISUAL ARTS PROGRAMS, DRAMA ACTING, AND MUSIC AND DANCE CAMPS.

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MIC ACADEPS CAM ACADEMIC CAMPS TRAIN CAMPERS IN ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE TO SHARPEN THEIR ACADEMIC SKILLS IN DIFFERENT SUBJECTS.

AF TER MPS L CA SCHOO AFTER –SCHOOL- CAMPS ARE GENERALLY CONDUCTED FOR ELEMENTARY AND JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS FOR PROVIDING QUALITY EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES AND FUN.

SY FANTA S CAMP SPORTS FANTASY CAMPS ARE A CROSS BETWEEN VACATION AND TRAINING CAMP. YOU’RE PAYING FOR THE PRIVILEGE TO SPEND A FEW DAYS HANGING OUT WITH YOUR IDOLS .


swimming, community outings, music therapy, arts & crafts, group activities, movies and games. Easter Seals Summer Respite Camps give campers a memorable summer experience in a safe and nurturing environment. Our camps also provide parents an option for full-time summer care while their children are home for the summer. Schuetze Recreation Center US 1120 Baxter Street RELIGIO Waukesha, WI 53186 CAMPS RELIGIOUS CAMPS ATE THOSE WHICH INCULCATE AND DEVELOP Holler Park SENSE Recreation AMONG CHILDREN OF DEVOTION, Center SPIRITUAL KNOWLEDGE AND PHILANTHROPIC QUALITIES. 5151 South 6th Street Milwaukee, WI 53221

L SPECIA MPS CA NEEDS SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS THRUST EMPHASIS ON CHARACTER BUILD UP, ADHERENCE TO HUMAN VALUES, DEVELOPMENT OF NEW ACQUAINTANCES AND SOCIAL TOGETHERNESS.

Mondays – Fridays, 9:00-4:30 pm Additional care also available 7:30-9:00 am & 4:30-6:00 pm

For more information contact: Dan Anderson 414.482.0133 DanA@eastersealswise.com S SPORT S CAMP

STUDY MPS OAD CA R B A camp

To register, download our summer THESE CAMPS ARE AIMED AT DEVELOPING ENOUGH KNOWLEDGE AMONG CHILDREN AND STUDENTS ON HOW TO SELECT THE FOREIGN applications at www.eastersealswise.com

SPORTS CAMPS ARE PERFECT CENTERS FOR BRINGING OUT THE HIDDEN SPORTS TALENTS IN CHILDREN AND ALSO FOR DEVELOPING TEAM SPIRIT, LEADERSHIP QUALITIES & UNDERSTANDING ABILITIES.

R& WINTE AMPS C SPRING THESE ARE THE CAMPS THAT TRAIN CHILDREN IN WINTER SPORTS AND EXPEDITIONS DURING THE WINTER SEASON AND INCLUDE SNOW BOARDING, HORSE RIDING, SKETCH WRITING & ATHLETICISM

DESTINATIONS & UNIVERSITIES FOR THEIR HIGHER STUDIES.

TEEN CAMPS M A R G PRO THESE CAMPS ARE PURELY RELATED TO KIDS AND AIMED AT IMPROVING THEIR GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF TRAVEL RELATED ISSUES.

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Events Calender December THURSDAY The Woodland’s Children Museum We Educate, Empower & Excite and a MAGIC SHOW Join us for a magical time for children to experience

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The Morristown & Morris Township Library Friday Flicks: Come join us as we watch the movie Dolphin Tale.

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Hippo Playground Summer Concert Series: Joanie Leeds 04:00 PM–05:00 PM. Hippo Playground (91st Street)

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18 Colorado State Park Geology of the Pikes Peak Region 11:00 am until 12:00 pm Edmond MAC 2733 Marilyn Williams Dr Edmond, OK Phone: 405-359-4630

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SATURDAY

5-4280 Kuhio Highway Princeville, HI 96722 Phone: (808) 826-7669

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WEDNESDAY

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Princeville Ranch Camp Inviting children between the ages of 4 years 8 months to 11 years old

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Carri Curran Art NEW - Saturday Morning Kids’ Art Class! 9:30am-12:00 noon $40 “Cityscape”

Long Marine Lab Marine Mammal Research Tour Space limited, free with admission. Reservations required: (831) 459-3800. 5

MONDAY

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YMCA at Shadowbend Ballet for Ages 2 - 5 Mommy & Me Fee: Member: $115 Non-Member: $140 Late begins the first day of the session - add $10

MONDAY

Aspen Art Museum: ArtCRUSH Aspen Art Museum

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Super Scavenger Hunt for Juniors and Inters. Senior Camper Big Splash Pool Party. 60’s Day with “Peace of Pizza Lunch”. Dance Recital and Hip Hop Extravaganza. Uriel’s X-Games.

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Camper Counselor Day Rocketry Blast Off Basketball Clinic Tournament Cabin League Winner’s Trip Horseback Overnight RSVP to this event *Sammy Hawkins Chase

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Rubicon Academy 2012 Summer Camp at 3:30 pm Glass Art Camp for Ages 6 - 14 years old. Cost: $200 for camp & $50 for supplies.

Discovery Center of Ohio Teen Night is coming to the Discovery Center of Idaho! Come down from 8 until midnight for a night you’ll never forget!

Idaho Botanical Garden Come enjoy the splendor of the Idaho Botanical Garden. Admission: IBG Members: Free Non-member $5 Children (4-12): $3

Have your July Events listed FREE. Send Event details by June 29th to email@campnavigatgor.com, Tel: (602)328-9600 ext. 203

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SUMMER CAMPS

DIRECTORY

Picking the perfect retreat for your little campers doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Help your kids gear up for a great camp experience with our detailed Camp Directory.

Trackers Earth-Sellwood

5040 SE Milwaukie Avenue, Portland, OR 97202 Ph: (503) 345-3312 http://www.trackerspdx.com

Camp Magruder

17450 Old Pacific Hwy Rockaway Beach, OR 9713 Ph: (503) 355-2310 http://www.campmagruder.org

Twin Rocks Friends Camp

18705 Highway 101 N, Rockaway Beach, OR 97136 Ph: (503) 355-2284 http://www.twinrocks.org

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OMSI Science Camps

1945 SE Water Ave. Portland, OR 97214 Ph: (503) 797-4661 http://www.omsi.edu/camps

Ascension School Camp and Conference Center

P.O. Box 278 Oregon, OR 97824 Ph: (541) 568-4514 http://www.coveascensionschool.com

Suttle Lake United Methodist

29551 Suttle Lake Road Sisters, OR 97759 Ph: (541) 595-6663 http://www.gbgm-umc.org/suttlelake

Holt Adoptee Camp

Oregon 4-H Center

Cornerstone Day Camp

5390 4-H Road NW Salem, OR 97304 Ph: (503) 371-7920 http://www.oregon4hcenter.org

1195 City View St. Eugene, OR 97402 Ph: (541) 687-2202 http://www.holtinternational.org/camp

9677 County Road 3 Fontanelle, NE 68044 Ph: (402) 459-0686 http://www.campfontanelle.com


SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY Big Spring Ranch for Boys at Sanborn Western Camps

2000 Old Stage Road Florissant, CO 80816 Ph: (719)748-3341 http://www.sanbornwesterncamps.com

Camp Kiowa

8484 S. FM 372 Gainesville, TX 76240 Ph: (940)665-3800 http://www.campkiowa.com

Imaginarium Explorer Camp Angeles Crest Christian Camp 2501 E. Chapman Ave., Suite 190 Fullerton, CA 92831 Ph: (714)870-9190 http://www.angelescrest.com

625 C Street Anchorage, AK 99501 Ph: (907) 929-9297 http://www.anchoragemuseum.org

Windells Snowboard, Skate Board, Freeski and BMX C

P.O. Box 628 Welches, OR 97067 Ph: (800)765-7669 http://windells.com

MindStretch Travel Adventures

3124 Landrum Road Columbus, NC 28722 Ph: (828) 863-4235 http://www.mindstretchadventures.com/

Christikon Camp Togowoods

3911 Turnagain Blvd. East, Anchorage, AK 99517 Ph: (907) 248-2250 http://www.girlscoutsalaska.org

1108 24th St. W Billings, MT 59102 Ph: (406) 656-1969 http://www.christikon.org

EquipGirl Cathy’s Critter Camp

Princeton Princeton, TX 75407 Ph: (972) 562-0583 http://www.cathys-critters.com

PO Box 2187 Boerne, TX 78006 Ph: (830) 537-6157 http://www.equipgirl.net

Camp Mak-A-Dream

P.O. Box 1450 Missoula, MO 59806 Ph: (406) 549-5987 http://www.campdream.org

Camp Honey Creek for Girls

PO Box 140 Hunt, TX 78024 Ph: (830) 238-4630 http://www.camphoneycreek.com

Elk Creek Ranch

PO Box 1476 Cody, WY 82414 Ph: (307) 587-3902 http://www.elkcreekranch.com

Camp Easter Seals UCP

900 Camp Easter Seals UCP New Castle, VA 24127 Ph: (540) 777-7325 http://www.campeastersealsucp.com

Seattle University NIKE Swim Camp

901 12th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 Ph: (800) 645-3226 http://www.ussportscamps.com/swim/nike/ Seattle-University-Nike-Swim-Camp

The Salvation Army Camp Arnold Kincaid Adventure Camp

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245 W 5th Ave., Suite 122 Anchorage, AK 99501S Ph: (907) 343-6397 http://www.muni.org

33712 Webster Rd E Eatonville, WA 98328 Ph: (253) 847-2511 http://www.tsacamparnold.org

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CYO Camp Don Bosco

Overlake Farm Horse Camp

710 9th Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 Ph: (206) 382-4562 http://www.seattleoyyam.org

5652-132nd Ave NE Bellevue, WA 98005 Ph: (425) 881-4499 http://www.overlakefarmbellevue.com

Camp Kalsman

Education Unlimited

3805 108th Ave. NE, Suite 100 Bellevue, WA 98004 Ph: (425) 284-4484 http://kalsman.urjcamps.org

1700 Shattuck Avenue #305 Berkeley, CA 94709 Ph: (510) 548-6612 http://www.educationunlimited.com

Fisher Ranch Cowboy Camps Orme Western Camp

HC 63 Box 3040 Mayer, AZ 86333 Ph:(928) 632-7601 http://ormewesterncamp.org

8101 Oakenshield Lane Pass Christian, MS 39571 Ph: (228) 452-7055 http://www.fisherhorseranch.com

Camp Pennbrook Double E Ranch Cowgirl Camp

67 Double E Ranch Gills, NM 88038 Ph: (575) 535-2048 http://www.doubleeranch.com/ cowgirl_camp.html

P.O. Box 5 Leonia, NJ 07605 Ph: (800) 442-7366 http://www.camppennbrook.com

www.overlakefarmbellevue.com 532 Battery Way, Port Townsend, WA 98368 Ph: (360) 385-5582 http://www.ptmsc.org

Green Cove Summer Adventure for Girls P.O. Box 38 Tuxedo, NC 28784 Ph: (828) 692-6355 http://www.greencove.com

Rockin R Ranch

10274 South Eastdell Drive Sandy, UT 84092 Ph: (801) 733-9538 http://www.rockinrranch.com

Camp Vanguard

FFA Leadership Training Center Haines City, FL 33844 Ph: (800) 365-0556 http://www.newimagecamp.com/ camp-vanguard.html

Camp Shining Stars

8420 NC Highway 751 Durham, NC 27713 Ph: (866) 644-2709 http://www.campshiningstars.org

Camp Pocono Trails

P.O. Box 417 Norwood, NJ 07648 Ph: (800) 365-0556 http://www.camppoconotrails.com

Dvorak’s Kayak, Raft & Fish Expeditions

17921 U.S. Hwy 285 Nathrop, CO 81236 Ph: (800) 824-3795 http://www.dvorakexpeditions.com/ rafting

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Summerfuelc

375 West Broadway, Suite 200 New York, NY 10012 Ph: (800) 752-2250 http://www.summerfuel.com

The Road Less Traveled

2331 North Elston Avenue Chicago, IL 60614 Ph: (773) 342-5200 http://www.theroadlesstraveled.com


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SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY Iliff Preschool, Kindergarten, School-Age Summer Camp 4140 E Iliff Av Denver, CO, 80222, US Ph: (303)757-3551 http://www.iliffpreschool.com/

SciPreneurs Camp 4 a Cause

4425 N. Granite Reef Scottsdale, AZ, 85251, US Ph: (480)201-6649 http://www.scipreneur.org

Camp Burton Camp Woodbrooke

14282 Butternut Road Burton, OH, 44021, US Ph: (440)834-8984 http://www.campburton.org

Rock-N-Water Christian Camps

Camp Gilligan Christian Day Camps

Sl Richland Center, WI, 53581, US Ph: (608)647-8703 http://campwoodbrooke.org

6580 State Highway 49 Lotus, CA, 95651, US Ph: (800)738-0555 http://www.rocknwater.com

CAMPPLAYBALL

San Diego Poway, CA, 92064, US Ph: (858)722-5762 http://www.campplayball.com

3300 North State College Boulevard Fullerton, CA, 92831, US Ph: (714)204-1264 http://www.campgilligan.com

Jr Ranger Day Camp in Cuyahoga Valley National Par

Camp Trico

315 Trico Drive Guntersville, AL, 35976, US Ph: (256)582-2617 http://www.girlscoutsnca.org/camps

Rawhide Ranch

6987 W. Lilac Rd Bonsall, CA, 92003, US Ph: (760)758-0083 http://www.rawhideranch.com

Incarnation Camps Pequot and Sherwood 253 Bushy Hill Road Ivoryton, CT, 06442, US Ph: (860)767-0848 http://www.incarnationcamp.org/

3675 Oak Hill Road Peninsula, OH, 44264, US Ph: (330)657-2796 http://www.conservancyforcvnp.org

All Star Adventures

Newport Mesa Riding Center

Austin Film and Art Academy

Assay Hill Court Box 6858 Snowmass Village, CO, 81615, US Ph: (970)236-6147 http://www.AllStarTrips.com

Ekone Ranch Summer Camps 401 Ekone Rd Goldendale, WA, 98620, US Ph: (509)773-4536 http://www.ekone.org

905 Arlington Dr. Costa Mesa, CA, 92626, US Ph: (949)244-8615 http://www.newportmesaridingcenter. com

700 Antelope Cove Cedar Park, TX, 78613, US Ph: (512)797-0128 http://www.austinfilmacademy.com

Tall Pines Day Camp

1349 Sykesville Road Williamstown, NJ, 08094, US Ph: (856)262-3900 http://www.tallpinesdaycamp.com

Camp Chosatonga French Woods Festival A Performing Arts Camp

PO Box 609 Hancock, NY, 13783, US Ph: (845)887-5600 http://www.frenchwoods.com/

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2500 Morgan Mill Rd. Brevard, NC, 28712, US Ph: (828)884-6834 http://www.twofuncamps.com


SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY NeKaMo Camp, A Cedarbrook Camp Mo MO, MO 64102 Ph: (660) 438-5253 http://www.nekamo.com

NBC Basketball Camp at Wasatch Academy

120 South 100 West Mount Pleasant, UT 84055 Ph: (800) 406-3926 http://www.ussportscamps.com/ basketball/nbc/nbc-basketball-campwasatch-academy/

Southwest Bible Camp

P.O. Box 265 Glenwood, NM 88039 Ph: (575) 539-2551 http://www.southwestbiblecamp.com/

Hummingbird Music Camp

104 Hummingbird Rd Jemez Springs, NM 87025 Ph: (505) 829-3060 http://www.hummingbirdmusiccamp. org/

TOURAcademy Junior Camps at Vail Golf Club

1778 Vail Valley Driv Vail, CO 81657 Ph: (877) 611-1911 http://www.touracademycamps.com

Power Chord Academy - Denver University of Colorado at Boulder Denver, CO 80309 Ph: (800) 897-6677 http://www.campjam.com/phoenix. html

Family Archaeology Week

23390 Road K Cortez, CO 81321 Ph: (800) 422-8975 http://www.crowcanyon.org/research/ research_programs.asp

Alexander Dawson Summer Camps & Programs Culture Lab 2009 Summer Camp at the Museo

10455 Dawson Dr Lafayette, CO 80026S Ph: (303) 665-6679 http://www.dawsonschool.org/ summer-programs/summercamps/

Camp Blessing Texas

Camp on Board

861 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80020 Ph: (303) 571-4401 http://www.museo.org

Lantern Creek

4045 North FM 1486 Montgomery, TX 77356 Ph: (936) 597-8225 http://www.camplanterncreek.com

P O Box 2268 Tomball, TX 77377 Ph: 281) 259-5789 https://www.campblessing.org

Revolution Field Hockey Camp at St Lukes School

377 North Wilton Rd. New Canaan, CT 06840 Ph: (800)944-7112 http://www.fhcamps.com

TX TX, TX 75201 Ph: (254) 760-7928 http://www.camponboard.com

Wet & Wild Adventure Camp

Camp Zoofari

Austin Austin, TX 78749 Ph: (512) 983-6100 http://www.wetwildcamp.com/contact. htm

6200 Hermann Park Drive Houston, TX 77030 Ph: (713) 533-6500 http://www.houstonzoo.org

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SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY

C5 Camp Leadership UC5 Youth Foundation of Texas TX TX, TX 75202 Ph: (512) 832-2513 http://www.c5leaders.org

Dallas Cowboys Youth Football Academy 7412 W. Slaughter Ln Austin Cedar Park, TX 78749 Ph: (972) 556-9947 http://www.dallascowboys.com

Atlanta Workshop Players

8560 Holcomb Bridge Rd. Suite 111 Alpharetta, GA 30022 Ph: (770) 998-8111 http://www.atlantaworkshopplayers. com/atlanta-acting-camps/

Cre8Institute

167 NE 26th St. Miami, FL 33137 Ph: (305) 572-0094 http://www.cre8tinstitute.com

Green Mountain Audubon Center Day Camp in Huntingt

255 Sherman Hollow Rd Huntington, V Huntington, VT 05462 Ph: (802)434-3068 http://vt.audubon.org

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Camp Aranzazu Inc

5420 FM 1781 Rockport, TX 78382 Ph:(361) 727-0800 http://www.camparanzazu.org

Preston Goldfarb’s Soccer Camp 900 Arkadelphia Road, Box 549059 Birmingham, AL 35254 Ph: (205) 602-3505 http://bscsports.net/camps/soccer/ index

Palin Institute

30778 Highway 18 Running Springs, CA 92382 Ph: (909) 867-5743 http://www.paliinstitute.com

Stagedoor Manor

116 Karmel Road, Loch Sheldrake, NY 12759 Ph: (888) 782-4388 http://www.stagedoormanor.com

Young Musicians Camp

PO Box 248165 Coral Gables, FL 33124 Ph: (305) 238-8937 http://www.youngmusicianscamp.com

Camp Electric

Stony Brook University Math Camp

Math Path 2012

094 Life Sciences Building Stony Brook, NY 11794 Ph: (631) 632-9750 http://www.stonybrook.edu/cesame/ students/MathCamp/mathcamphs. shtml

PO Box 1806 Cordova, TN 38088 Ph: (800) 755-0242 http://www.campelectric.com

500 College Ave Swarthmore, PA 19081 Ph: (415) 830-3838 http://www.mathpath.org

Camp Hoblitzelle Ranch Camp at Down Home Ranch 20250 FM 619 Elgin, TX 78621 Ph: (888) 926-2253 http://www.downhomeranch.org

8060 Singleton Rd Midlothian, TX 76065 Ph: (972) 723-2387 http://www.hoblitzelle.com


SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY amp John Marc

2824 Swiss Ave Dallas, TX 75204 Ph: (214) 360-0056 http://www.campjohnmarc.org

ABC Presidents Day Winter Baseball Camp

Camp Sweeney

Camp Coyote

Lutheran Camp Chrysalis

Lutherhill Camp & Retreat Center

P.O. Box 276 Huntsville, TX 77342 Ph: (800) 677-2267 http://www.campcoyote.com

500 N. McQueen Rd Gilbert, AZ 85233 Ph: (800)222-8152 http://baseballcamps.com

391 Upper Turtle Creek Road Kerrville, TX 78028 Ph: (830) 257-6340 http://www.crosstrails.org

Texas Lions Camp, Inc Camp CAMP

PO Box 999 Center Point, TX 78010 Ph: (210) 671-5411 http://www.campcamp.org

P.O. Box 290247 Kerrville, TX 78029 Ph: (830) 896-8500 http://www.lionscamp.com/

P.O. Box 918 Gainesville, TX 76241 Ph: (940) 665-2011 http://www.campsweeney.org

P.O. Box 99 Located at 3782 Lutherhill Road La Grange, TX 78945 Ph: (979) 249-3232 http://www.lutherhill.org

Camp For All

10500 NW Freeway Suite 220 Houston, TX 77092 Ph: (713) 686-5666 http://www.campforall.org

Camp Tecaboca The Pines Catholic Camp

300 White Pine Rd. Big Sandy, TX 75755 Ph: (903) 845-5834 http://www.thepines.org

OAKS Day Camp- Oak Canyon Nature Center

6700 E. Walnut Canyon Rd. Anaheim, CA 92807 Ph: (714) 998-8380 http://www.anaheim.net/ocnc

5045 Junction Highway Mountain Home, TX 78058 Ph: (830) 866-3425 http://www.tecaboca.com

All Saints Camp & Conference Center INC

Hermann Sons Youth Camp

Cedarbrook Camp Texas

170 Hilltop Camp Road Comfort, TX 78013 Ph: (830) 995-3223 http://www.texashermannsons.org/camp

418 Stanton Way Pottsboro, TX 75076 Ph: (903) 786-3148 http://www.allsaintstexoma.org

Texas Texas, TX 78629 Ph: (972) 596-4649 http://www.cedarbrooktexas.com

Camp Sandcastle Black Mustang Ranch Texas Elks Camp

1963 FM 1586 Gonzales, TX 78629 Ph: (830) 875-2425 http://www.texaselkscamp.org

9375 Jack Gray Road Pilot Point, TX 76258 Ph: (817) 915-8455 http://www.blackmustangranch.com/

1701 North Beauregard Street Alexandria, VA 22311 Ph: (800) 342-2383 http://www.diabetes.org

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SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY Briarwood Retreat Center

Kitchen Kid

670 Copper Canyon Road Argyle, TX 76226 Ph: (940) 241-2099 http://www.briarwoodretreat.org

3435 Ocean Park Blvd. Suite 107-56 Santa Monica, CA 90405 Ph: (310) 450-3462 http://www.kitchenkid.com

Campus Kids - NJ and Minisink

Surf Diva’s All-Girls Overnight Surf Camp, CA

P.O. Box 224 Bethel, CT 06801 Ph: (203) 743-6395 http://www.campuskids.com

2160 Avenida De La Playa La Jolla, CA 92037 Ph: (858) 454-8273 http://www.surfdiva.com

Virginia State Parks YCC Camp Chief Ouray, Colorado PO Box 648 Granby, CO 80446 Ph: (970) 887-2648 http://www.campchiefouray.org

2002 Daniel Ludwig Drive Woodbridge, VA 22191 Ph: (703) 583-5497 https://www.dcr.virginia.gov

Alpengirl Wilderness Adventure Camp Green River Outreach for Wilderness Foundation

Po Box 259 Boulder Boulder, WY 82923 Ph: (307) 690-2185 http://www.greenriverfoundation.com

611 N. Wallace Ave, #1 Bozeman, MT 59715 Ph: (406) 570-6312 http://www.AlpengirlCamp.com

Forest Acres Camp for Girls and Indian Acres Camp

1307 Forest Trails Drive Castle Pines, CO 80108 Ph: (720) 389-4912 http://www.indianacres.com

Camp Mesorah

325 North Pond Road Guilford, NY 13780 Ph: (845) 365-7778 http://www.campmesorah.com

Four Winds Westward Ho camp, Washington State

P.O. Box 140 Deer Harbor, WA 98243 Ph: (360) 376-2277 http://www.fourwindscamp.org

Covenant Heights

7400 Highway 7 Estes Park, CO 80517 Ph: (970) 586-2900 http://www.covenantheights.org

The Sugar & Spice Ranch Camp Camp Shakespeare

884 Rikki Drive Bandera, TX 78003 Ph: (830) 460-8487 http://www.texashorsecamps.com

Creepshow Camp

High Fashion Design Runway Summer Camp

277 UCB Boulder, CO 80309 Ph: (303) 492-1973 http://www.coloradoshakes.org/ campshakespeare

Maritime Camp

Morris Pesin Drive Jersey City, NJ 07305 Ph: (856) 785-2060 http://www.bayshorediscovery.org

575 10th Street San Francisco, CA 94103 Ph: (415)377-4202 http://www.thrillpeddlers.com

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8383 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 258 Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Ph: (310) 360-8888 http://www.academyofcoutureart.edu


SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY Troubadour Theatre Summer Camps

2050 N Wilmot Rd Tucson, AZ, 85712, US Ph:(520)401-4833 http://www.troubadourtheatre.com

Fulcrum Camps

204 Bicknell Ave Santa Monica, CA, 90405, US Ph: (310)452-7992 http://www.fulcrumcamps.com

North Star Camp for Boys Camp Nicolet for Girls

P.O. Box 1359 Eagle River, WI, 54521, US Ph: (715)545-2522 http://www.campnicolet.com

10970 W. Boys Camp Rd Hayward, WI, 54843, US Ph: (715)462-3254 http://www.northstarcamp.com

WB Surf Camp

222 Causeway Drive Wrightsville Beach, NC, 28480, US Ph: (910)256-7873 http://www.wbsurfcamp.com/

Polaris Summer Dance Intensive 2012 1501 SW Taylor Portland, OR, 97205, US Ph: (503)380-5472 http://www.polarisdance.org/center/ summer-classes/

Swan Lake Christian Camp Prescott Pines Camps - Frontier Village 855 E Schoolhouse Gulch Rd Prescott, AZ, 86303, US Ph: (928)445-5225 http://prescottpines.org

45474 288th St Viborg, SD, 57070, US Ph: (605)326-5690 http://www.myslcc.com

The Academy

2722 Benvenue Ave Berkeley, CA, 94705, US Ph: (510)549-0605 http://www.theacademyk-8.com/ summer.html

Camp Nageela West

Creative Arts Camps

6460 Manhead Rd Randolph, UT, 84064, US Ph: (801)613-1539 http://www.nageelawest.org

812 East Rollins Street Suite 100 Orlando, FL, 32803, US Ph: (407)447-1700 http://orlandoshakes.org

Summer at the Ridge

Columbia Gorge Teen Camps

625 Keasey Ave Lyle, WA, 98635, US Ph: (801)944-4397 http://www.columbiagorgeteencamps. com/

2515 Crossbow Court Reno, NV, 89511, US Ph: (775)852-6222 http://www.sageridge.org/summer/

In a Childs Path Farm

Camp Kostopulos

4180 Emigration Canyon Salt Lake City, UT, 84108, US Ph: (801)582-0700 http://www.campk.org

Fashion Design Saturdays

8383 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 258 Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Ph: (310) 360-8888 http://www.academyofcoutureart.edu

Youth Empowered Action YEA Camp Fireside Retreat Center Corbett, OR, 97019, US Ph: (503)347-0223 http://www.yeacamp.org

Soccer Camps International

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312th And Kelso Rd Boring, OR, 97009, US Ph: (503)281-2273 http://www.inachildspathfarm.com

Family Life Child Care Center of Maple Heights 18900 Libby Road Maple Heights, OH, 44137, US Ph: (440)260-6001 http://www.familylifecenters.org


SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY OAKS Day Camp

6700 E. Walnut Canyon Rd. Anaheim, CA, 92807, US Ph:(714)998-8380 http://www.anaheim.net/ocnc

FreeRide Mountain Bike Camp

PO Box 3001 Frisco, CO, 80443, US Ph: (888)350-1544 http://woodwardatcopper.com/site/ summer/Summercamp

Camp Kinder Ring

335 Sylvan Lake Rd Hopewell Junction, NY, 12533, US Ph: (845)221-2771 http://www.campkr.com

Mad Science of Pima County

2608 N. Stone Ave Tucson, AZ, 85705, US Ph: (520)733-7000 http://www.madscience.org/tucson

Camp Bon Coeur

1202 Academy Dr. Eunice, LA, 70535, US Ph: (337)233-8437 http://www.heartcamp.com

Wavus Camp For Girls

Urban Adventures

88 Wavus Point Road Jefferson, ME, 04348, US Ph: (207)549-5719 http://wavus.org

601 Lake Park Drive Lake Mary, FL, 32746, US Ph: (407)739-7542 http://www.uacamp.com

Camp Kulaqua

Discovery Place Summer Camps

High Springs High Springs, FL, 32643, US Ph: (386)454-1351 http://www.campkulaqua.com/

301 N. Tryon Street Charlotte, NC, 28202, US Ph: (704)372-6261 http://www.discoveryplace.org/ education/summer_camps/

Breezy Point Day School Bass Arts Studio Summer Fashion Program 202 Park St Montclair, NJ, 07042, US Ph: (973)509-7588 http://www.bassartsstudio.com

1126 Bridgetown Pike Doylestown, PA, 18901, US Ph: (215)752-1987 http://www.breezypoints.com

Oceans of Fun

10001 W. Bluemound Rd. Milwaukee, WI, 53226, US Ph: (414)453-5527 http://www.oceansoffun.org

Camp Zoo Phantom Lake YMCA Camp

S110W30240 YMCA Camp Rd Mukwonago, WI, 53149, US Ph: (262)363-4386 http://www.phantomlakeymca.org

455 N. Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ, 85008, US Ph: (602)273-1341 http://phoenixzoo.org

Carmel Valley Tennis Camp

20805 Cachagua Rd Carmel Valley, CA, 93924, US Ph: (831)659-2615 http://www.carmelvalleytenniscamp. com

Curious Jane at Berkeley Carroll Le Studio - Summer Camp Cirque and Theater Camp 9500B Jefferson Blvd Culver City, CA, 90232, US Ph: (310)855-4353 http://lestudiola.com

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Brooklyn Brooklyn, NY, 11215, US Ph: (718)369-6320 http://www.curiousjanecamp.com

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