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					Location Number,Location Name,City,State,Phone Number,Fax Number,Email Address,Website Address,Director,Description
3,Camp Kanuga For Boys And Girls, Hendersonville,NC,828-692-9136,828-696-3589,brad.thompson@kanuga.org,http://www
8,St Michaels Summer Camp, Silverado,CA,949-858-0222,949-858-4583,Orlon77777@aol.com,http://www.abbeynews.com,
9,Camp Menzies, Arnold,CA,916-452-9181,916-452-9182,heidi.truitt@girlscoutshcc.org,http://www.girlscoutshcc.org,Heidi T
11,Sacajawea Camp, Farmingdale,NJ,732-938-5454,732-938-2992,jbasilotto@girlscoutsjs.org,http://www.girlscoutsjs.org/sac
13,Camp Coulter Pines, Wrightwood,CA,760-249-3822,760-249-4492,jlyon@sgvymca.org,,John Lyon," A fun oriented camp su
21,Homelani, Waialua,HI,808-637-4131,808-637-7170,camphomelani@aol.com,http://www.camphomelani.org,Joe Harvey-H
30,Pathfinder Ranch, Mountain Center,CA,951-659-2455,951-659-0351,sbrazil@pathfinderranch.com,http://www.pathfinde
33,Camp Gilmore, Calabasas,CA,818-222-6327,818-222-6396,kelly.pacillas@usw.salvationarmy.org,,Don Mowery, Christian c
34,Loch Leven Christian Camp & Conference Center, MENTONE,CA,909-794-2507,909-794-2232,info@lochleven.org,http://w
36,Camp Paivika, Crestline,CA,909-338-1102,909-338-2502,kkunsek@abilityfirst.org,http://www.abilityfirst.org,Kelly Kunsek,
37,Camp Funtime, Encino,CA,818-789-8405,818-986-2605,lstephenson@westmarkschool.org,http://www.campfuntime.org,
38,River Way Ranch Camp, Sanger,CA,559-787-2551,559-787-3851,inquiry@riverwayranchcamp.com,http://www.riverwayra
44,Fox, Avalon,CA,310-510-1890,310-510-1898,info@guideddiscoveries.org,,Andy Balendy,
55,Camp Edward L Kopszywa 'ELK', Wrightwood,CA,760-249-3822,760-249-4492,jlyon@sgvymca.org,http://www.sgymca.org
57,El Camino Pines, Frazier Park,CA,661-245-3519,661-245-2047,Lauri@ircchome.com,http://www.lrccsca.org,Holly and Kev
58,Sierra Adventure Camps, Santa Monica,CA,310-392-3100,310-392-0320,iheather@sierraadventurecamps.com,http://www
60,Camp Yolijwa, Oak Glen,CA,909-797-9183,909-797-9184,yolijwa@lrcchome.com,http://www.lrcchome.com,Holly Saltons
66,Camp Arroyo Grande, Arroyo Grande,CA,805-489-4139,805-481-5924,umcampag@juno.com,http://www.camparroyogra
72,Camp Oakes - YMCA Greater Long Beach, Big Bear City,CA,562-279-1710,562-279-1639,jeff.darling@lbymca.org,http://ww
74,Lions Camp at Teresita Pines, Wrightwood,CA,760-249-3580,760-249-1063,teresitapines@hughes.net,http://www.lionsw
75,Camp Cherith in the Carolinas - A Cedarbrook Camp, Clemson,SC,423-756-8668,423-756-6195,jules.doux@chattanoogasta
83,Cali Camp Summer Day Camp, Topanga,CA,310-455-0404,310-455-0408,pam@calicamp.com,http://www.calicamp.com,P
85,Tom Sawyer Camps Inc, Altadena,CA,626-794-1156,626-794-1401,sarah@tomsawyercamps.com,http://www.tomsawyerc
91,Mariastella, Wrightwood,CA,818-285-1555,818-285-1556,campmariastella@aol.com,http://www.campmariastella.com,Je
92,Summers Edge Day Camp, Waltham,MA,781-391-3343,,amgallo@verizon.net,http://www.summersedgedaycamp.com,An
95,Pine Springs Ranch Christian, Mountain Center,CA,951-659-4131,951-659-5692,info@pinespringsranch.org,http://www.p
96,Schoepe Scout Reservation, Warner Springs,CA,714-546-4990,714-546-0415,,http://www.ocbsa.org,Russ Enloe," Boy Scou
98,Airfield 4-H Center, Wakefield,VA,757-899-4901,757-899-6611,,http://www.airfield4h.ext.vt.edu,Christie Goodman, Seclu
100,Lazy W Ranch, San Juan Capistrano,CA,949-728-0141,949-728-0240,lazyw@lazywranch.org,http://www.lazywranch.org,C
101,Camp Osito Rancho, Big Bear Lake,CA,626-677-2289,626-677-2489,tkudsi@girlscoutsla.org,http://www.girlscoutsla.org,T
107,Tumbleweed Day Camp, Los Angeles,CA,310-472-7474,310-476-7788,john@tumbleweedcamp.com,http://www.tumblew
110,Gold Arrow Camp, Lakeshore,CA,1-800-554-2267,559-664-3875,mail@goldarrowcamp.com,http://www.goldarrowcamp
112,Camp Hollywoodland, Hollywood,CA,323-467-7193,323-957-4526,hollywoodlandgirlscamp@rap.lacity.org,http://lacity.o
115,4-H Camp Leslie, Georgetown,MA,978-352-8060,,questions@campleslie.org,http://www.campleslie.org,Nicko Tzortzis,"
121,Ramah In California, Ojai,CA,310-476-8571,310-472-3810,zach@ramah.org,http://www.ramah.org,Dr.Zachary Lasker," Je
122,Camp Conrad-Chinnock, Angelus Oaks,CA,310-604-2470,888-800-4010,tom.jenkins@dys.org,http://www.dys.org,Rocky
125,Camp Alonim, Simi Valley,CA,805-582-4450,805-526-1398,Alonim@ajula.edu,http://www.alonim.com,Josh Levine," Expl
129,Camp Nawakwa, Angelus Oaks,CA,909-466-5878,909-483-5042,info@campfiretoday.org,http://www.campfiretoday.org
132,Griffith Park Boys Camp, Los Angeles,CA,323-664-0571,323-243-0041,gp.boyscamp@lacity.org,http://www.laparks.org,M
133,Wilshire Blvd Temple Camps, Malibu,CA,213-388-2401,213-388-2595,info@wbtcamps.org,http://www.wbtcamps.org,Do
140,Ojai Valley School/Summer Camp, Ojai,CA,805-646-1423,805-646-0362,admission@ovs.org,http://www.ovs.org,Eleanor
142,Camp Stevens, Julian,CA,760-765-0028,760-765-0153,info@campstevens.org,http://www.campstevens.org,kathy Quinn
143,"Camp Fire USA, Camp Wintaka", Running Springs,CA,562-421-2725,562-421-4056,campfirelb@campfirelb.org,http://ww
145,Camp Wrightwood, Wrightwood,CA,800-455-8781,760-249-4113,info@campwrightwood.com,http://www.campwrightw
146,Camp Puh Tok, Monkton,MD,410-329-6590,,akousouris@camppuhtok.com,http://www.camppuhtok.com,Robert Eldred
147,YMCA Camp Arbolado, Angelus Oaks,CA,909-794-6724,909-794-0325,bwarnock@ymcawhittier.org,http://www.ymcawh
154,Camp Carefree, Coatesville,PA,610-873-3990,610-873-3992,kbrooks@easterseals-sepa.org,,Andrew Serdich, Day camp s
155,Circle V Ranch, Santa Barbara,CA,323-224-6213,323-225-4997,circlev@svdpla.org,http://www.svdpla.org,Ray Lopez, A la
157,Mountain Meadow Ranch, Susanville,CA,530-257-4419,530-257-7155,info@mountainmeadow.com,http://www.mounta
159,Wooster YMCA Day Camp, Wooster,OH,330-264-3131,330-262-7227,lcolon@woosterymca.org,http://www.woosterymc
161,"Camp Fire USA, Camp Shiwaka", Long Beach,CA,562-421-2725,562-421-4056,campfirelb@campfirelb.org,http://www.c
163,Woodcraft Rangers Camps, Angelus Oaks,CA,213-249-9293,213-741-2532,awalters@woodcraftrangers.org,http://www.w
164,4-H Camp Howe, Goshen,MA,413-268-7635,,office@camphowe.com,http://www.camphowe.com,," Exciting adventures
169,Camp Whittier, Santa Barbara,CA,805-962-6776,805-693-1686,campwhittiersb@aol.com,http://www.campwhittier.org,D
170,Camp Max Straus, Los Angeles,CA,323-761-8675,323-761-8695,barry@campmaxstraus.org,http://www.jbbbsla.org,," Ca
178,Palisades Country Day Camp, Closter,NJ,201-784-7600,201-784-1885,pcdcoffice@palisadescountryday.com,http://palisa
184,Camp Kinneret Day Camp, Agoura,CA,818-706-8255,818-865-6262,info@campkinneret.com,http://www.campkinneret.c
185,Voorhis Viking, Mammoth Lakes,CA,626-442-5470,626-442-8803,claybgc@pacbell.net,,Clayton Hollopeter," Campers are
189,Camp Emeth, Saint Louis,MO,314-569-1273,314-569-0271,jmiller@shaare-emeth.org,,Jodi Miller," Our goal is to provide
190,Jameson Ranch Camp, Glennville,CA,661-536-8888,661-536-8896,thejamesons@jamesonranchcamp.com,http://www.ja
192,YMCA Camp Edwards, Angelus Oaks,CA,909-798-9622,909-794-3157,pmecate@ymcaeastvalley.org,http://www.ymcaea
195,Thousand Pines Christian Camp, Crestline,CA,909-338-2705,909-338-3511,info@thousandpines.com,http://www.thousa
197,Camp Bloomfield, Malibu,CA,310-457-5330,310-457-3952,fcardenas@juniorblind.org,http://www.juniorblind.org,Frank C
202,Pilgrim Pines Camp & Conference Center, Yucaipa,CA,909-797-1821,909-797-2691,tima@pilgrimpinescamp.org,http://w
203,Bonclarken Conference Center, Flat Rock,NC,828-692-2223,828-697-1735,info@bonclarken.com,http://www.bonclarken
204,JCC Camp Komaroff, Long Beach,CA,562-426-7601,562-426-3915,campkomaroff@alpertjcc.org,http://www.alpertjcc.org
206,UCLA UniCamp, Los Angeles,CA,310-208-8252 4,310-824-1949,wwirick@unicamp.org,http://www.unicamp.org,Jason Lio
207,East County YMCA Day Camp, La Mesa,CA,619-464-1323,619-464-1361,abranam@ymca.org,http://www.eastcounty.ym
208,Academy by the Sea/Camp Pacific, Carlsbad,CA,760-434-7564,760-729-1574,summer@abts.com,http://www.abts.com,J
210,Girl Scout Day Camps San Diego, San Diego,CA,619-610-0814,619-298-2031,ssultz@sdgirlscouts.org,http://www.girlscou
212,Camp Emanuel Resident, Bellefontaine,OH,937-477-5504,937-542-5491,nan33@sbcglobal.net,http://www.campemanue
219,Winacka, Julian,CA,619-610-0726,619-298-2031,kkessler@girlscoutssdi.org,,Erin Leigh," Mountain setting with open-air l
221,Copley YMCA Summer Day Camp, San Diego,CA,619-283-2251,619-283-7586,pgeorge@ymca.org,http://www.ymca.org,
224,YMCA Camp Marston, Julian,CA,760-765-0642,760-765-0183,camp@ymca.org,http://camp.ymca.org/summer_marston1
225,Camp Oliver, Descanso,CA,619-445-5945,619-445-3326,director@campoliver.com,http://www.campoliver.com,Annie Ko
228,Camp Sonshine, Silver Spring,MD,301-989-2267,301-989-7116,nmeadows@campsonshine.org,http://www.campsonshin
229,B'nai B'rith Camp, Otis,OR,503-452-3444,503-245-4233,Mkoplan@bbcamp.org,http://www.bbcamp.org,Michelle Koplan
230,Alice Pittenger, McCall,ID,208-377-2011,208-377-0504,kdriscoll@girlscouts-ssc.org,,Annie Hemmert & Billie Laughland,"
243,Camp Low Echo, Klamath Falls,OR,541-956-5428,541-857-8525,lowecho@girlscoutsosw.org,http://www.girlscoutsosw.o
247,Camp Howard, Corbett,OR,503-231-9484,503-231-9531,reneew@cyocamphoward.org,http://www.cyocamphoward.org
249,Camp Cleawox, Florence,OR,541-485-5911,541-485-5913,cleawox@wrgirlscouts.org,http://www.girlscoutsosw.org,Mari
252,Camp Whispering Winds, Philomath,OR,503-581-2451,503-581-7629,mbennett@girlscoutsosw.org,http://www.girlscout
254,Hale Reservation Day Camp, Westwood,MA,781-326-1770,781-326-0676,info@halereservation.org,http://www.halerese
262,Namanu, Sandy,OR,503-224-7800,503-223-3916,info@portlandcampfire.org,http://www.portlandcampfire.org,Doug Llo
269,Big Lake Youth Camp, Sisters,OR,503-850-3583,,monte@biglake.org,http://www.biglake.org,Monte Torkelsen," Building
284,Scoutcrest Camp, Odessa,FL,813-281-4475,813-282-8285,ramy@gswcf.org,http://www.girlscoutsofwestcentralfl.org,Joy
286,Bearskin Meadow Camp, Kings Canyon National Pk,CA,925-680-4994,925-680-4863,goerzen@dyf.org,http://www.dyf.or
288,Easter Seal Camp Harmon, Boulder Creek,CA,831-684-2166 x116,831-684-1018,jstockbridge@es-cc.org,http://www.cent
293,Enchanted Hills Camp, Napa,CA,415-431-1481,707-251-1574,UCCR@UCCR.ORG,http://www.uccr.org,Cynthia Diggs," We
296,Skylark Ranch, San Jose,CA,408-287-4170,408-287-8025,svanotegham@girlscoutsofscc.org,http://www.camprocks.org,T
298,Via West, Cupertino,CA,408-243-7861,408-243-0452,cpierce@viaservices.org,http://www.viaservices.org,Christopher Pi
302,Waltons Grizzly Lodge Inc, Portola,CA,530-274-9577,530-274-9677,waltons@grizzlylodge.com,http://www.grizzlylodge.c
305,Camp Unalayee, Callahan,CA,650-969-6313,650-962-8234,office.unalayee@gmail.com,http://www.unalayee.org,Lowell
306,Cedarbrook Camp - Northern California, Nevada City,CA,408-997-3639,,cornelia@schoolnurse.us,http://www.cedarbroo
309,Valley Of The Moon Camp, Glen Ellen,CA,707-996-6987,707-996-6192,uccr@uccr.org,http://www.uccr.org,Dennis Simps
311,Redwood Glen, Scotts Valley,CA,831-461-2000,831-461-2008,ed.covertiii@usw.salvationarmy.org,http://www.tsaredwo
316,Redwood Glen, Loma Mar,CA,650-879-0320,650-879-2081,info@redwoodglen.com,http://www.redwoodglen.com,Mars
318,Community of the Great Commiss, Foresthill,CA,530-367-2370,530-367-2370,cgccampfun@aim.com,http://www.uccr.or
320,YMCA Camp Jones Gulch, La Honda,CA,650-747-1200,650-747-0986,info@campjonesgulch.org,http://www.campjonesgu
321,Camp Mendocino, Fort Bragg,CA,707-459-6458,707-459-3537,jholley@kidsclub.org,http://www.campmendocino.org,Wa
322,CYO Camp and Retreat Center, Occidental,CA,707-874-0203,707-874-0230,jwillford@cccyo.org,http://www.cyocamp.org
323,Cloverleaf Ranch, Santa Rosa,CA,707-545-5906,707-545-5908,cloverleafranch@hotmail.com,http://www.cloverleafranch
331,Channel Islands YMCA-Redwood, Miramonte,CA,805-687-7720,805-687-7568,megan.bishop@clymca.org,http://www.cl
332,Peninsula Jewish Community Center, Foster City,CA,650-378-2704,650-378-2799,iisrael@pjcc.org,http://www.pjcc.org,Ia
335,Kennolyn Camps, Soquel,CA,831-479-6714,831-479-6718,camps@kennolyn.com,http://www.kennolyn.com,Andrew Tow
344,Camp Wawona, Wawona,CA,209-375-6231,209-375-1527,office@campwawona.org,http://www.campwawona.org,Elde
348,Countryside YMCA Day Camps, Lebanon,OH,513-932-1424,513-933-9390,reubensmi@countrysideymca.org,http://www
357,Bar 717 Ranch/Camp Trinity, Hayfork,CA,530-628-5992,530-628-9392,camptrinity@bar717.com,http://www.bar717.com
361,Camp Cazadero, Cazadero,CA,707-632-5276,707-632-6619,uccr@uccr.org,http://www.uccr.org,JIm Murphy, We welcom
368,Skylake Yosemite Camp, Wishon,CA,559-642-3720,555-642-3395,natalie@skylake.com,http://www.skylake.com,Jeff Por
370,Monte Toyon, Aptos,CA,831-688-5420,831-688-9073,uccr@uccr.org,http://www.uccr.org,Michael Petrov, We welcome
375,Douglas Ranch Camps Inc, Carmel Valley,CA,818-556-3500,818-556-3509,director@douglascamp.com,http://www.doug
380,Camp Krem - Camping Unlimited, Boulder Creek,CA,510-222-6662,510-223-3046,campkrem@yahoo.com,http://www.ca
383,OVERLAND, Williamstown,MA,413-458-9672,413-458-5208,info@overlandprograms.com,http://www.overlandprogram
392,West Seattle YMCA Day Camp, Seattle,WA,206-935-6000,206-938-1676,sfeagan@seattleymca.org,,Ashley Burke, Traditio
405,River Ranch Resident & Day Camp, Carnation,WA,425-333-5257,425-333-6236,jennifertd@girlscoutsww.org,http://www
408,Camp Ondessonk, Ozark,IL,618-695-2489,618-695-3593,camp@ondessonk.com,http://www.ondessonk.com,Dan King,"
410,Camp Robbinswold, Lilliwaup,WA,253-475-0307,,ktegeler@girlscoutsww.org,http://www.girlscoutstww.org/programs/c
411,Sweyolakan, Coeur D Alene,ID,509-747-6191,509-747-4913,sweyolakan@campfireinc.org,http://www.sweyolakan.org,P
414,Wildwood, Rindge,NH,603-899-5589,781-259-2380,wildwood@massaudubon.org,http://www.wildwoodcamp.org,Bob S
416,Camp Zanika Lache, Leavenworth,WA,509-663-1609,,campfire@nwi.net,http://www.zanika.net,Theresa Samuelsen," Ca
420,Hidden Valley Camp, Granite Falls,WA,425-844-8896,425-844-8302,hiddenvalleycamp@earthlink.net,http://www.hvc-w
421,Killoqua, Stanwood,WA,425-258-5437,425-252-2267,killoqua@snohomishcampfire.org,http://www.campfireusasnohom
422,Four Winds and Westward Ho, Deer Harbor,WA,360-376-2277,360-376-5741,info@fourwindscamp.org,http://www.four
426,The Salvation Army Camp Arnold, Eatonville,WA,253-847-2511,253-847-2910,Mark.nottle@usw.salvationarmy.org,http:
430,Camp Keystone, Starke,FL,352-473-3258,352-473-9879,john_murphy@uss.salvationarmy.org,,, Providing a safe place for
431,Camp Sealth, Vashon,WA,206-463-3174,206-463-6936,rick-t@campfire-usa.org,http://www.campfire-usa.org,Rick Taylo
435,Lyle Mc Leod, Tahuya,WA,360-275-6396,360-275-6396,zrolly@girlscoutsww.org,http://www.girlscoutsww/programs/ca
438,Camp Rainbow, Prescott,AZ,602-546-0925,,rlyddon@phoenixchildrens.com,,Pronto Parenteau, A special camp for childre
441,Day Camp Sand Point, Seattle,WA,206-524-1400,206-524-8613,kclancy@seattleymca.org,,Lonnie Rabel," YMCA Day Cam
446,YMCA Camp Colman, Longbranch,WA,253-884-3844,253-884-5757,slewis@seattleymca.org,,Steve Lewis, On 1/2 mile of
447,Camp Nor'wester, Roche Harbor,WA,360-468-2225,360-468-2472,norwestercac@rockisland.com,http://www.norwester
448,St Albans, Belfair,WA,360-275-1040,360-275-5697,zrolly@girlscoutsww.org,http://www.girlscoutsww.org,Zoe Rolly," Fre
453,Kushtaka, Cooper Landing,AK,907-279-3551,907-278-9829,campkushtaka@campfireak.org,http://www.campfireak.org,T
454,Camp Kirby, Bow,WA,360-733-5710,360-733-5711,info@campfiresamichcouncil.org,,Erin Baldwin," Where kids get to be
456,Saguaro Camp Cedarbrook, Payson,AZ,602-588-0731,602-588-0734,saguarocampcedarbrook@live.com,http://www.sagu
459,Colvig Silver Camps, Durango,CO,970-247-2564,970-247-2547,office@colvigsilvercamps.com,http://www.colvigsilvercam
460,Windmill Day Camp, Doylestown,PA,215-348-2660,215-348-5363,wdcamp@hotmail.com,http://www.windmilldaycamp
461,Philmont Scout Ranch BSA, Cimarron,NM,575-376-2281,575-376-2636,manderson@philmontscoutranch.org,http://www
462,Foxtail Girl Scout Camp, LAS VEGAS,NV,702-385-3677,702-385-3677,afaguilar@frontiercouncil.org,,Patricia Elliot, Every G
465,Camp Wamatochick (Camp Fire), Prescott,AZ,602-954-7544,602-954-7352,info@campfireaz.org,http://www.campfireaz.
466,Navajo Trails Adventure Camp, Bicknell,UT,801-571-0804,435-425-3215,ddsampson@earthlink.net,http://www.navajotr
481,Mingus Mountain Camp, Prescott Valley,AZ,928-634-5273,928-634-5273,jimp@desertsw.org,http://www.desertsw.org/
483,Friendly Pines Camp, Prescott,AZ,928-445-2128,928-445-6065,info@friendlypines.com,http://www.friendlypines.com,Ja
484,Camp Sky Y, Prescott,AZ,602-254-1571,928-445-1908,azycamps@vosymca.org,http://www.azycamps.org,Keith Crawley,
485,Rancho Del Chaparral, Cuba,NM,505-343-1040,505-343-1040,serickson@gs-nmtrails.org,http://www.nmgirlscouts.org,S
486,Shadow Rim Ranch, Phoenix,AZ,602-253-6359,602-452-7100,katiedailey@girlscoutsaz.org,http://www.girlscoutsaz.org,K
487,Orme Ranch Camp, Mayer,AZ,928-632-7601,928-632-7605,tmagill@ormecamp.org,http://www.ormecamp.org,Tim Mag
502,Maripai, Prescott,AZ,602-452-7000,602-254-5368,katiedailey@girlscoutsaz.org,http://www.girlscoutsaz.org,Crystal Kilke
509,Dodge YMCA, Brooklyn,NY,"718-625-3136, ext. 2414",718-625-3736,michaelg@ymcanyc.org,http://www.nycymca.org,"
514,Agnes Arnold, Conroe,TX,713-292-0300,713-292-0330,gbarrett@sjgs.org,http://www.gssjc.org,Melissa Peterson," Camp
516,Mitre Peak, Fort Davis,TX,432-550-2688 x302,432-550-9754,jsloan@gsdsw.org,http://www.gspg.org,,
517,Camp Carter YMCA, Fort Worth,TX,817-738-9241,817-731-1673,ljohnston@ymcafw.org,http://www.campcarter.org,Lau
519,Jamaica YMCA Day Camp, Jamaica,NY,212-912-2211,718-291-6748,ccuenca@ymcanyc.org,,Bayanna Eppes," The Jamaica
520,Camp Balcones Springs, Marble Falls,TX,830-693-2267,830-693-6174,info@campbalconessprings.com,http://www.camp
522,Harlem YMCA Jackie Robinson, New York,NY,212-281-4100,212-491-3178,ljackson@ymca.nyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.
524,Camp Texlake Girl Scouts, Spicewood,TX,512-264-1044,512-264-3642,marandar@gsctx.org,http://www.gsctx.org,," 450+
525,Camp Olympia, Trinity,TX,936-594-2541,936-594-8143,campinfo@campolympia.com,http://www.campolympia.com,Tom
526,WOW Louisiana Youth Camp, Abbeville,LA,337-993-1222,337-268-9664,gvarnell@woodmen.org,http://www.woodmen.
527,Lutherhill Camp & Retreat Center, La Grange,TX,979-249-3232,979-249-4032,office@lutherhill.org,http://www.lutherhill
528,YMCA Camp Flaming Arrow, Hunt,TX,830-238-4631,830-238-4280,rynew@ymcasatx.org,http://www.ymcacampflaminga
533,Berkshire Hills-Emanuel Camp, Copake,NY,914-693-8952,914-674-8952,linda@bhecamps.com,http://www.BHECamps.co
541,Eastern District YMCA Day Camp, Brooklyn,NY,718-782-8300,718-782-1474,amartinez@ymcanyc.org,,Arlene Martinez,
542,Camp Setebaid at Swatara, Berwick,PA,570-524-9090,570-523-0769,info@setebaidservices.org,http://www.setebaidserv
548,Sky Ranch, Van,TX,903-266-3300,903-569-1487,info@skyranch.org,http://www.skyranch.org,Linda Paulk-CEO," Impactin
550,Rocky River Ranch Inc, Wimberley,TX,512-847-2513,512-847-9067,info@rockyriverranch.com,http://www.rockyriverran
554,Camp Grady Spruce YMCA, Graford,TX,214-628-9055,940-779-2939,mfranko@ymcadallas.org,http://www.campgradysp
556,Casa Mare, Seabrook,TX,713-292-0300,713-292-0330,gbarrett@sjgs.org,http://www.gssjc.org,Tracy Nickle," Camp Casa
557,Timberlake, Azle,TX,817-444-3590,817-444-1355,lpower@gs-top.org,,Lindsay Power," Camp Timberlake offers Girl Scout
560,Camp Summit, Argyle,TX,972-484-8900,972-620-1945,camp@campsummittx.org,http://www.campsummittx.org,Lisa Br
564,Camp Chai, Dallas,TX,214-739-2737,214-368-4709,lseymour@jccdallas.org,,Laura Seymour, Jewish day camp with empha
567,La Jita, Utopia,TX,830-966-3526,830-996-2255,bjennings@girlscouts-swtx.org,http://www.girlscouts-swtx.org,Becky Jenn
568,Lutheran Camp Chrysalis, Kerrville,TX,830-257-6340,830-257-3060,info@crosstrails.org,http://www.crosstrails.org,Erick
577,Bronx YMCA, Bronx,NY,718-792-9736,718-863-1228,amgutierrez@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org/bronx,Marsha
579,Camp El Tesoro, Granbury,TX,817-831-2111,817-222-2812,susan@campfirefw.org,http://www.CampElTesoro.org,Susan
583,Girl Scout Camp Kiwanis, Amarillo,TX,806-356-0096,806-356-0099,nstephenson@gs-top.org,http://www.gs-top.org,Nata
585,New England Keswick, Monterey,MA,413-528-3604,413-528-8023,info@nekeswick.com,http://www.nekeswick.com,Jes
597,Camp Young Judaea, Wimberley,TX,713-723-8354,713-728-5061,info@cyjtexas.org,http://www.cyjtexas.org,Frank Silber
598,Blue Mountain Ranch, Florissant,CO,719-748-3279,719-748-3472,campbluemt@aol.com,http://www.bluemountainranc
599,Anderson Western Colorado Camp, Gypsum,CO,970-524-7766,970-524-7107,andecamp@andersoncamps.com,http://ww
600,Kama'aina Kids, Kailua,HI,808-262-4538,808-261-2051,ray@kamaainakids.com,http://www.kamaainakids.com,Gregory S
604,Briarwood Retreat Center, Argyle,TX,940-241-2099,940-455-2157,jon@briarwoodretreat.org,http://www.briarwoodretr
610,Cheley Colorado Camps, Estes Park,CO,303-377-3616,303-377-3605,office@cheley.com,http://www.cheley.com,Don & C
612,Easter Seals Colorado Rocky Mountain, Empire,CO,303-569-2333,303-569-3857,campinfo@eastersealscolorado.org,http
619,Shwayder Camp, Idaho Springs,CO,303-388-4013,303-388-6328,info@shwayder.com,http://www.shwayder.com,Zim Zim
620,Geneva Glen Camp Inc, Indian Hills,CO,303-697-4621,303-697-9429,ggcamp@genevaglen.org,http://www.genevaglen.or
622,Tomahawk Ranch, Bailey,CO,303-838-5311,303-838-2224,tomahawkr@qwest.net,http://www.girlscoutsmilehi.org,Mon
629,YMCA Camp Jackson, Rye,CO,719-543-5151,719-543-7960,edd@campjackson.com,http://www.campjackson.com,Edd Fi
634,Sky High Ranch, Woodland Park,CO,719-597-8603,719-597-5986,brenda.yestness@gscolorado.org,http://www.girlscout
638,Eagle Lake Camp, Colorado Springs,CO,719-472-1260,719-623-0148,registrar.el@navigators.org,http://www.eaglelake.o
642,Sanborn Western Camps, Florissant,CO,719-748-3341,719-748-3259,jane@sanbornwesterncamps.com,http://www.sanb
645,Summer Trails Day Camp, Granite Springs,NY,914-245-1776,914-245-1683,jamie@summertrailsdaycamp.com,http://ww
646,Adventure Unlimited Ranches, Buena Vista,CO,719-395-2468,719-395-2460,ranches@adventureunlimited.org,http://ww
650,Glacier View Ranch, Ward,CO,303-733-3771,303-733-1843,clayton@glacierviewranch.com,http://www.glacierviewranch
652,GS of Eastern OK Day Camps, Tulsa,OK,918-749-2551,918-749-2556,camps@gseok.org,http://www.girlscoutseastok.org,
654,Wah-Shah-She, Bartlesville,OK,918-745-5220,918-749-2556,pedge@gseok.org,http://www.girlscoutseastok.org/mecgs/C
665,High Cascade Snowboard Camp, Government Camp,OR,800-334-4272,541-389-6371,preston@highcascade.com,http://w
667,Camp Fire USA Day Camps, Sapulpa,OK,918-592-2267,918-592-3473,vproctor@Tulsacampfire.org,http://www.tulsacamp
669,Camp Fire USA Camp Waluhili, Chouteau,OK,918-592-2267,918-592-3473,vproctor@Tulsacampfire.org,http://www.tulsa
672,Camp Classen YMCA, DAVIS,OK,405-297-7740,405-297-7745,bdoherty@ymcaokc.org,http://www.itsmycamp.org,Albert
675,Central Christian Camp & Conference, Guthrie,OK,405-282-2811,405-282-1367,spencer@centralchristiancamp.org,http:/
677,Greenpoint YMCA Summer Camp, Brooklyn,NY,718-389-3700,718-349-2146,svelez@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.
703,Camp Trico, Guntersville,AL,256-883-1020,256-582-4781,info@girlscoutsnca.org,http://www.girlscoutsofnorthalabama.o
711,Tik-A-Witha, Van Vleet,MS,662-844-7577,662-680-3164,myra.collins@girlscoutshs.org,http://www.girlscoutshs.org,Myra
715,Hopewell Camp & Conference Center, Oxford,MS,662-234-2254,662-234-4150,info@camphopewell.com,http://www.ca
719,Girl Scout Kamp Kiwani, Middleton,TN,662-844-7577,662-680-3164,myra.collins@girlscoutshs.org,http://www.girlscouts
720,Camp Aldersgate, Little Rock,AR,501-225-1444,501-225-2019,info@campaldersgate.net,http://www.campaldersgate.ne
727,Broadstone, Banner Elk,NC,828-963-4640,828-963-6588,campbroadstone@appstate.edu,http://www.campbroadstone.c
728,Camp Timber Ridge, Mableton,GA,770-948-8200,770-745-6473,kfulford@girlscoutsofgreateratlanta.org,http://www.girl
732,YMCA Camp Greenville, Cedar Mountain,NC,864-836-3291,864-836-3140,aca_info@campgreenville.org,http://www.cam
735,Camp Toccoa, Toccoa,GA,706-886-2457,706-886-5123,camperbrinkley@gmail.com,http://www.campfireusaga.org,Susa
737,Camp Chatuga, Mountain Rest,SC,864-638-3728,864-638-0898,mail@campchatuga.com,http://www.campchatuga.com,
738,Maximum Teen Travel Camp, Oceanside,NY,516-594-2000,516-594-2105,camp@maximumtours.com,http://www.maxim
739,Camp Merrie-Woode, Sapphire,NC,828-743-3300,828-743-5846,denice@merriewoode.com,http://www.merriewoode.c
740,Growing Together Diabetes Camp, Whitehouse,TX,903-596-3068,903-594-2937,mtaylor@etmc.org,,Anjani Upponi, A day
742,Blue Star Camps, Hendersonville,NC,828-692-3591,828-692-7030,info@bluestarcamps.com,http://www.bluestarcamps.c
747,Camp Barney Medintz, Cleveland,GA,770-395-2541,770-481-0101,summer@campbarney.org,http://www.campbarney.o
750,Camp Low Country, Cordesville,SC,843-336-3251,843-336-4229,heathertrebil@girlscoutsesc.org,http://www.girlscoutse
753,Camp Coleman, Cleveland,GA,770-671-8971,770-671-0241,campcoleman@urj.org,http://www.campcoleman.com,Bobb
754,Camp Juliette Low, Cloudland,GA,706-862-2169,706-862-6525,info@cjl.org,http://www.cjl.org,Nancy Brim & Sara Beth H
757,Camp Seafarer, Arapahoe,NC,252-249-1212,252-249-2259,seafarerinfo@seagull-seafarer.org,http://www.seagull-seafar
759,Camp Sea Gull, Arapahoe,NC,252-249-1111,252-249-1266,seagullinfo@seagull-seafarer.org,http://www.seagull-seafarer
764,Westminster Summer Camp, Atlanta,GA,404-367-5108,404-355-6606,johngriffith@westminster.net,http://www.westmi
766,Asbury Hills Camp & Retreat Center, Cleveland,SC,864-836-3711,864-836-5522,director@asburyhills.org,http://www.asb
767,Eagle's Nest Camp, Pisgah Forest,NC,336-761-1040,336-727-0030,paige@enf.org,http://www.enf.org,Paige Lester-Niles,
770,Camp Twin Creeks, Marlinton,WV,914-345-0707,914-345-2120,gordon@camptwincreeks.com,http://www.camptwincre
775,Camp Graham, Henderson,NC,919-782-3021,919-782-2083,kdiewald@nccoastalpines.org,http://www.nccoastalpines.or
776,Ridgecrest Summer Camps, Ridgecrest,NC,828-669-8051,828-669-5512,uncron@aol.com,http://www.ridgecrestcamps.c
777,Camp Kanata, Wake Forest,NC,919-556-2661,919-556-9459,forrest.perry@campkanata.org,http://www.campkanata.org
780,Gwynn Valley, Brevard,NC,828-885-2900,828-885-2413,grant@gwynnvalley.com,http://www.gwynnvalley.com,Grant &
782,Camp Pine Acres, Acworth,GA,770-975-9330,770-975-9327,CPADirector@gsgatl.org,http://www.gsgatl.org,Erin Oleson,
786,Mary Atkinson, Selma,NC,919-965-8985,919-965-3214,kdiewald@nccoastalpines.org,http://www.nccoastalpines.org,Jen
787,Capital Camps, Waynesboro,PA,301-468-2267,301-468-1719,info@CapitalCamps.org,http://www.CapitalCamps.org,Jon
788,Thunderbird, Lake Wylie,SC,704-716-4100,704-716-4101,staff@campthunderbird.org,http://www.campthunderbird.org
791,Wabak, Marietta,SC,864-297-5890,864-675-1616,ceckles@gssc-mm.org,,Christine Eckles, Beautiful mountain setting. No
796,Camp Merri Mac, Black Mountain,NC,828-669-8766,828-669-6822,mail@merri-mac.com,http://www.merri-mac.com,Ad
799,Rockmont For Boys, Black Mountain,NC,828-686-3885,828-686-7332,dan@rockmont.com,http://www.rockmont.com,D
805,Camp Cheerio, Glade Valley,NC,336-869-0195,336-869-2736,director@campcheerio.org,http://www.campcheerio.org,M
815,Adventure Day Camp, Walnut Creek,CA,925-937-6500,925-952-9160,campinfo@adventuredaycamp.com,http://www.ad
818,Wildwood, Wildwood,FL,863-688-7648,863-682-5122,gscamp@scia.net,http://www.hfgsc.org,Rebecaa Amy, Equestrian
820,Camp Crystal Lake, Starke,FL,352-475-1414,352-472-2402,oyenart@sbac.edu,http://www.campcrystal.com,Tony Oyenar
821,Southwest VA 4-H Educational Center Inc, Abingdon,VA,276-676-6180,276-676-6188,safishe3@vt.edu,http://www.ext.vt
826,Seacamp, Big Pine Key,FL,305-872-2331,305-872-2555,info@seacamp.org,http://www.seacamp.org,Grace Upshaw, Mar
827,Welaka, Jupiter,FL,561-427-0183,561-427-0187,ezarzycki@gssef.org,http://www.gssef.org,Emily Zarzycki, We are locate
828,Easter Seals Camp Challenge, Sorrento,FL,352-383-4711,352-383-0744,camp@fl.easterseals.com,http://www.fl.easterse
830,Dorothy Thomas, Riverview,FL,800-881-4475,813-282-8285,ramy@gswcf.org,http://www.girlscoutsofsuncoastcouncil.or
833,Camp Dart-Lo, Spokane,WA,509-747-6191,509-747-4913,dartlo@campfireinc.org,http://www.CampFireInc.org,Tamara K
837,Happy Acres Ranch Inc, Jacksonville,FL,904-725-1410,904-725-1033,happyacresranch@comcast.net,http://www.happya
845,Winnataska, Pell City,AL,205-640-6741,205-640-6741,bobandkathywhite@gmail.com,http://www.winnataska.org,Bob W
846,Camp Coleman, Trussville,AL,205-655-3782,205-655-5602,lelliott@girlscoutsnca.org,http://www.girlscoutsnca.org,Laura
847,Camp Heritage, Climax Springs,MO,515-223-1197,515-223-5692,joe.e.moore83@gmail.com,http://www.campheritage.c
848,YMCA Camp Chandler, Wetumpka,AL,334-269-4362,334-269-2387,campchandler@ymcamontgomery.org,http://www.ca
849,Scoutshire Woods, Citronelle,AL,251-344-3330,251-344-4181,lbrent@girlscoutssa.org,,Anna Marie Phelps," Girl Scouts b
855,Kamp Kiwanis, Eclectic,AL,334-272-9164,334-272-6574,lbrent@girlscoutssa.org,http://www.gssca.org,Dana Jones," Girl S
859,Camp Marydale, Saint Francisville,LA,504-733-8220,504-733-8219,apastor@gsle.org,http://www.gsle.org,Lydia Martin,"
863,Alpine Camp For Boys, Mentone,AL,256-634-4404,256-634-4405,summer@alpinecamp.com,http://www.alpinecamp.com
881,Camp Highlander, Mills River,NC,866-891-7721,828-891-1960,email@camphighlander.com,http://www.camphighlander
883,Camp Manito-wish YMCA, Boulder Junction,WI,715-385-2312,715-385-2461,camp@manito-wish.org,http://www.manito
884,Green River Preserve, Cedar Mountain,NC,828-698-8828,828-698-9201,info@greenriverpreserve.org,http://www.green
886,Camp Whitcomb/Mason, Hartland,WI,262-538-1190,262-538-1904,whitcomb@boysgirlsclubs.org,http://www.campwhi
887,North Star Camp For Boys, Hayward,WI,520-577-7925,520-529-2140,leb@northstarcamp.com,http://www.northstarcam
889,Nicolet For Girls, Eagle River,WI,715-545-2522,,campnicolet@gmail.com,http://www.campnicolet.com,Georgianna S Sta
890,Lone Tree Ranch, Capitan,NM,575-354-2523,575-354-2961,nmranch@lonetree.org,http://www.lonetree.org,Steve Dirks
892,WeHaKee Camp for Girls, Winter,WI,608-787-8304,608-787-8257,office@wehakeecampforgirls.com,http://www.wehak
899,Clearwater Camp, Minocqua,WI,715-356-5030,715-356-3124,clearwatercamp@newnorth.net,http://www.clearwaterca
902,Interlaken JCC, Eagle River,WI,414-967-8240,414-964-0922,interlaken@jccmilwaukee.org,http://www.campinterlaken.o
906,Easter Seals Camp Wawbeek, Wisconsin Dells,WI,608-277-8288,608-277-8333,ksouthland@wi.easterseals.com,http://w
909,Red Pine Camp, Woodruff,WI,715-356-6231,715-356-1077,scholfield1@msn.com,http://www.redpinecamp.com,,
914,Hoofbeat Ridge Resident Camp, Mazomanie,WI,608-767-2593,608-767-2590,hoofbeat@midplains.net,http://www.hoof
915,Helen Brachman, Almond,WI,715-366-2234,715-366-2236,info@campbrachman.org,http://www.campbrachman.org,Da
919,Camp Pottawatomie Hills, East Troy,WI,414-476-1050,414-476-5958,ayanacheck@gwise.org,http://www.gwise.org,Andr
924,Camp Black Hawk, Elton,WI,608-237-1146,608-276-9160,rathsackk@gsbadgerland.org,http://www.campblackhawk.org,
925,Phantom Lake YMCA Camp, Mukwonago,WI,262-363-4386,262-363-4351,carolyn@phantomlakeymca.org,http://www.p
927,Wisconsin Lions Camp, Rosholt,WI,715-677-4969,715-677-3297,ayenter@wisconsinlionscamp.com,http://www.wiscons
934,Camp Chippewa For Boys, Cass Lake,MN,800-262-1544,918-582-7896,mike@campchippewa.com,http://www.campchip
942,Camp Timberlane For Boys, Woodruff,WI,520-615-7770,520-615-7771,mike@camptimberlane.com,http://www.camptim
946,Edwards YMCA CAMP, East Troy,WI,262-642-7466,262-642-5108,jheimos@campedwards.org,http://www.campedwards
948,Talooli, Pennellville,NY,315-463-8799,315-463-8739,jan@campfireusacny.org,http://www.campfireusacny.org,Jan Penes
955,Camp Ehawee, Mindoro,WI,608-857-3206,608-857-3207,tsilisa@gsbadgerland.org,http://www.gsbadgerland.org/campe
962,Woodland Altars, Peebles,OH,937-588-4411,937-588-4431,omcdirector@yahoo.com,http://www.woodlandaltars.org,,
965,Wakatomika, Utica,OH,740-454-8563,740-454-8111,ablyth@gsohiosheartland.org,http://www.gsohiosheartland.org,Kar
967,Molly Lauman, Lucasville,OH,614-487-8101,740-259-4287,jwaddell@gsohiosheartland.org,,Jessica Waddell," Traditional,
969,Salvation Army Camp SWONEKY, Oregonia,OH,513-932-1794,513-932-8831,scott_flanders@salvationarmy.org,http://ww
977,Lutheran Memorial Camp, Fulton,OH,419-864-8030,419-864-1582,lmc@lomocamps.org,http://www.lomocamps.org,Re
978,YMCA Camp Campbell Gard, Overpeck,OH,513-867-0600,513-867-0127,sexstone@gmvymca.org,http://www.ccgymca.o
983,Greenwood Lake Camp, Delaware,OH,740-369-4821,740-369-0845,jonathan_klemanski@use.salvationarmy.org,http://w
986,Ken Jockety, Galloway,OH,614-487-8101,614-487-8189,glewis@gsohiosheartland.org,,Grant Lewis," Traditional Girl Scou
987,Whip Poor Will, Morrow,OH,937-275-7601,937-275-1147,cyndyself@girlscoutsofwesternohio.org,http://www.btgirlscou
990,"Camp Wildbrook, LTD", Cincinnati,OH,513-931-2196,513-931-3472,Campwildbrook@cinci.rr.com,,Gayle Lucas," Active o
991,Mowana, Mansfield,OH,419-589-7406,419-589-3096,mowana@lomocamps.org,http://www.mowana.com,Eric Kretzman
993,Fort Hill Christian Youth Camp, Hillsboro,OH,6143322886,,ohioeanda@sbcglobal.net,,Bill Phillis,
1002,Camp Oty Okwa, South Bloomingville,OH,614-839-2447,614-839-4770,dschirner@bbbscentralohio.org,,David Schirner,
1003,Camp O'Bannon, Newark,OH,740-345-8295,740-349-5093,campobannon@windstream.net,http://www.campobannon
1010,YMCA Camp Kern, Oregonia,OH,513-932-3756,513-932-8607,jmerhige@daytonymca.org,http://www.campkern.org,Jef
1011,Otterbein, Logan,OH,740-385-5712,740-385-5712,campotterbein@wocumc.org,http://www.westohiocamps.com,," Se
1014,Camp Joy, Clarksville,OH,800-300-7094,937-289-3179,amy.thompson@joec.org,http://www.joec.org,Amy Thompson, C
1019,Marmon Valley Ministries, Zanesfield,OH,937-593-8000,937-593-6900,info@marmonvalley.com,http://www.marmonv
1022,Triple S Camp, Sugar Grove,OH,614-444-9868,614-444-7776,marti@columbus.rr.com,http://www.southsidesettlement
1026,Sidney R Baer Day Camp, Saint Louis,MO,314-442-3423,314-442-3423,jboime@jccstl.org,http://www.jccstl.org,Joey Bo
1034,Camp Sabra, Rocky Mount,MO,314-432-5700,314-432-5825,info@campsabra.com,http://www.campsabra.com,Terri G
1040,Camp Thunderbird For Girls, Bemidji,MN,314-567-3167,314-567-7218,mail@camptbird.com,http://www.camptbird.com
1041,Camp Thunderbird For Boys, Bemidji,MN,314-567-3167,314-567-7218,mail@camptbird.com,http://www.camptbird.co
1044,Camp Nebagamon for Boys, Lake Nebagamon,WI,715-374-2275,715-374-3310,adam@campnebagamon.com,http://ww
1046,YMCA Camp Lakewood, Potosi,MO,573-438-2154,573-438-3913,lstaley@ymcastlouis.org,http://www.ymcaoftheozarks
1051,Camp Cedarledge, Pevely,MO,314-592-2300,314-214-3051,jmorgan@girlscoutsem.org,http://www.girlscoutsem.org,,"
1056,Camp Widjiwagan, Springfield,IL,217-523-8159,217-523-8321,aatchley@girlscouts-gsci.org,http://www.girlscouts-gsci.o
1057,Birch Trail, Minong,WI,715-466-2216,715-466-2217,directors@birchtrail.com,http://www.birchtrail.com,Gabe & Barba
1062,Sherwood Forest Camp Inc, Lesterville,MO,314-644-3322,314-644-3330,office@sherwoodforestcamp.com,http://www
1064,AYF-Miniwanca, Shelby,MI,231-861-2262,231-861-5244,miniwancacamps@ayf.com,http://www.ayf.com,Tom Moore,"
1067,Kiwanis Camp Wyman, Eureka,MO,636-938-5245,636-938-5289,info@wymancenter.org,http://www.wymancenter.org
1078,YMCA Camp Kitaki, Louisville,NE,402-434-9222,402-434-9208,campkitaki@ymcalincoln.org,http://www.ymcalincoln.or
1079,Oak Hill Day Camp, Nashville,TN,615-298-9527,615-298-9552,lgreen@fpcnashville.org,http://www.fpcnashville.org,Let
1083,Calvin Crest Camp Conference Center, Fremont,NE,402-628-6455,402-628-8255,calvincrest@calvincrest.org,http://ww
1084,Nebraska State 4-H Camp, Halsey,NE,308-533-2224,308-533-2228,4hcampst@unl.edu,http://www.4h.unl.edu/camp,De
1090,Catron Camp and Retreat Center, Nebraska City,NE,402-873-4285,402-873-5196,randerson@girlscoutsnebraska.org,htt
1091,Camp Maha Girl Scouts, Papillion,NE,402-339-8443,402-558-8060,mdietz@girlscoutsnebraska.org,http://www.gpgirlsco
1095,Kansas City Rotary Youth Camp, Lees Summit,MO,816-524-0923,816-524-9223,,,Laurie Mozley, This camp serves nonpr
1098,Prairie Schooner, Kansas City,MO,816-358-8750,816-358-5714,robynratcliff@girlscoutsksmo.org,http://www.girlscouts
1103,Oakledge, Warsaw,MO,816-358-8750,816-358-5714,nrottinghaus@girlscoutsksmo.org,,Nicole Rottinghaus," Help girls b
1115,Herzl Camp, Webster,WI,952-927-4002,866-235-8764,info@herzlcamp.org,http://www.herzlcamp.org,Anne Hope," He
1120,Laketrails Base Camp Inc, Oak Island,MN,218-386-1877,218-386-2179,lemmings@wiktel.com,http://www.laketrails.org
1122,Jack Butwin Memorial Camp, Eagan,MN,651-698-0751,651-698-8591,agolob@stpauljcc.org,http://www.campbutwin.o
1127,North Central Camp Cherith, Frazee,MN,952-884-1451,,awnccc@aol.com,http://www.camp-cherith.com,Sarah Mallett
1128,YMCA Camp Ihduhapi, Loretto,MN,612-822-2267,612-823-2482,info@campihduhapi.org,http://www.campihduhapi.or
1132,Camp Courage, Maple Lake,MN,763-520-0504,320-963-3698,camping@couragecenter.org,http://www.courage.org/ca
1133,Tanadoona, Excelsior,MN,952-474-8085,952-474-8233,taram@campfireusa-mn.org,http://www.campfireusa-mn.org,T
1135,YMCA Camp Christmas Tree, Mound,MN,952-544-7708,952-544-4765,christmastree@ymcampls.org,http://www.ymca
1139,Metigoshe Ministries, Bottineau,ND,701-263-4788,701-263-4250,betsydebertin@srt.com,http://www.metigosheminist
1141,Camp Omega, Waterville,MN,507-685-4266,507-685-4401,info@campomega.org,http://www.campomega.org,Bob LaC
1142,Eden Wood Center, Eden Prairie,MN,952-852-0101,952-852-0123,fv@friendshipventures.org,http://www.friendshipve
1143,Camp Foley, Pine River,MN,218-543-6161,218-543-4269,fun@campfoley.com,http://www.campfoley.com,Marie Schm
1149,Presbyterian Clearwater Forest, Deerwood,MN,218-678-2325,218-678-3196,mail@clearwaterforest.org,http://www.cl
1152,Ranney In The Summer, Tinton Falls,NJ,732-542-4777,,tmoriau@ranneyschool.org,,Tom Moriau,
1155,Camp Kici Yapi, Prior Lake,MN,952-835-2567,952-835-0221,benjamin.theisen@ymcampls.org,http://www.ymcatwincit
1157,Camp Northwoods, Mason,WI,715-372-8820,715-372-8802,camps@girlscoutsrv.org,http://www.girlscoutsrv.org,Liz Ma
1165,Wilderness Canoe Base, Grand Marais,MN,715-268-8434,715-268-4415,paddle@wildernesscanoebase.org,http://camp
1170,Camp Coyote, Huntsville,TX,936-294-9338,936-295-9303,campcoyote@campcoyote.com,http://www.campcoyote.com
1171,Luther Crest Bible Camp, Alexandria,MN,320-846-2431,320-846-0201,daveh@luthercrest.org,http://www.luthercrest.o
1179,Camp Buckskin, Ely,MN,763-208-4805,763-208-8668,info@campbuckskin.com,http://www.campbuckskin.com,"Thoma
1183,Camp Birchwood, Laporte,MN,218-335-6706,218-335-7866,cbgwc@aol.com,http://www.campbirchwood.com,Terry an
1191,Camp Friendship, Annandale,MN,952-852-0101,952-852-0123,fv@friendshipventures.org,http://www.friendshipventur
1192,Camp Lincoln For Boys, Lake Hubert,MN,952-922-2545,952-922-7149,home@lincoln-lakehubert.com,http://www.linco
1198,Many Point Scout Camp, Ponsford,MN,651-254-9139,,tsutten@nsbsa.org,,Travis Sutten, Boy Scout camp with dining ha
1201,Camp Singing Hills, Waterville,MN,507-362-4660,507-362-4359,camps@girlscoutsrv.org,http://www.girlscoutsrv.org,Je
1203,Camp Lake Hubert For Girls, Lake Hubert,MN,800-242-1909,952-922-7149,home@lincoln-lakehubert.com,http://www.
1210,Kooch-I-Ching, International Falls,MN,513-772-7479,513-772-5673,office@koochiching.org,http://www.kooch-i-ching.o
1215,Camp Bovey, Solon Springs,WI,612-787-4030,612-787-4001,campbovey@esns.org,http://www.esns.org,Jessica Paulus,
1216,Camp Lakamaga, Marine On Saint Croix,MN,651-227-8835,651-227-7533,carrie.wilson@girlscoutsrv.org,http://www.gi
1222,NCCS Camp Newaygo, Newaygo,MI,231-924-0641,231-924-5594,jvitek@campnewaygo.org,http://www.campnewaygo
1229,Camp Deer Trails, Harrison,MI,517-699-9400,517-699-9405,pgrubaugh@gshom.org,http://www.gshom.org,Pam Gruba
1230,Florida Diabetes Camp, De Leon Springs,FL,352-334-1321,352-334-1326,fccyd@floridadiabetescamp.org,http://www.flo
1231,Camp O' The Hills, Brooklyn,MI,517-592-6373,517-592-3203,jhill@gshom.org,,, A camp for Every Girl Everywhere
1232,YMCA Camp Arbutus-Hayo-Went-Ha, Traverse City,MI,231-946-8589,231-946-8677,hwh@hayowentha.org,http://www
1233,Camp Carefree, Wolfeboro,NH,603-659-7061,603-659-8891,br4sox@comcast.net,http://www.campcarefreekids.org,Ph
1234,Gales Creek Diabetes Camp, Forest Grove,OR,503-968-2267,503-443-2313,cheryl@galescreek.org,http://www.galescre
1238,The Adventure Center, Oxford,MI,248-628-2561 ext.295,248-628-3080,jay.mcwilliams@crossroadsforyouth.org,http://
1240,Mystic Lake YMCA Camp, Lake,MI,517-827-9654,989-544-2722,rwright@ymcaoflansing.org,http://www.mysticlakecam
1243,Sweeney, Whitesboro,TX,940-665-2011,940-665-9467,info@campsweeney.org,http://www.campsweeney.org,Dr Ernie
1248,Camp Libbey, Defiance,OH,419-784-5888,419-782-9408,clibbey@girlscoutsofwesternohio.org,http://www.mvgsc.org,A
1262,Camp Walden, Cheboygan,MI,248-661-1890,248-661-1891,campwaldenmi@aol.com,http://www.campwaldenmi.com,
1263,Camp Linden, Linden,MI,734-971-8800,734-971-2160,pgrubaugh@gshom.org,http://www.gshom.org,Jason Maddock, M
1273,Sonoma County YMCA Steele Lane Performing Arts Camp, Santa Rosa,CA,707-544-1829,707-544-4432,,http://www.scfy
1277,Camp Courageous Inc, Whitehouse,OH,419-875-6828,419-875-5998,stevek@campcourageous.com,http://www.campc
1287,CYO Boys Camp, Carsonville,MI,810-622-8744,810-622-0570,info@cyocamps.org,http://www.cyocamps.org,Robin Cart
1288,CYO Girls Camp, Port Sanilac,MI,810-622-8744,810-622-0570,ckrucker@cyodetroit.org,http://www.cyocamps.org,," En
1293,Van Buren Youth Camp, Paw Paw,MI,269-521-3855,269-521-6668,mail@vbyc.org,http://www.vbyc.org,Becky Pasman,"
1296,Judson Collins Center, Onsted,MI,517-467-7711,517-467-6650,judsoncollins@umccamps.org,http://umccamps.org,Sara
1299,Camp Kateri, Orange Springs,FL,904-291-0648,904-291-2775,ecarlson@girlscouts-gateway.org,http://www.girlscouts-g
1301,Bold Earth Adventures, Golden,CO,303-526-0806,303-531-2717,info@boldearth.com,http://www.boldearth.com,Abbo
1310,Hawthorn Hollow, Columbus,MI,810-367-3318,810-367-6371,jfehn@gssem.org,http://www.gssem.org,Jenny Fehn, Gre
1322,Camp DeSoto, Mentone,AL,256-634-4394,205-634-4059,campdesoto@gmail.com,http://www.campdesoto.com,Phil H
1323,CHAMP Camp, Highland Hills,OH,216-795-9100,216-795-0615,tim.fox@achievementctrs.org,http://www.achievementc
1324,Shelly Ridge Day Camp, Miquon,PA,215-564-2030 x1102,215-487-3133,ldelenick@gsep.org,http://www.gsep.org,,
1326,Camp Tecumseh, MOULTONBOROUGH,NH,610-275-6634,610-275-6635,camptecumseh@comcast.net,http://www.cam
1331,Camp Westminster Higgins Lake, Roscommon,MI,313-341-8969,313-341-1514,info@campwestminster.com,http://ww
1344,YMCA Camp Copneconic, Fenton,MI,810-629-9622,810-629-2128,info@campcopneconic.org,http://www.campcopnec
1350,The Fowler Center, Mayville,MI,989-673-2050,989-673-6355,camp@thefowlercenter.org,http://www.thefowlercenter.
1352,Champ Camp, Ashley,OH,317-679-1860,740-747-3137,jmitchell@champcamp.org,http://www.champcamp.org,Jamie M
1362,YMCA Camp Hayo-Went-Ha, Central Lake,MI,231-544-5915,231-544-2916,hwh@hayowentha.org,http://www.hayowen
1363,Camp Roger, Rockford,MI,616-874-7286,616-874-5734,doug@camproger.org,http://www.camproger.org,Doug Vander
1365,Indian Trails Camp Inc, Grand Rapids,MI,616-677-5251,616-677-2955,ademott@indiantrailscamp.org,http://www.india
1371,Astro Camp, Idyllwild,CA,909-625-6194,909-625-7305,rturner@guideddiscoveries.org,http://www.guideddiscoveries.or
1377,Circle Pines Center, Delton,MI,269-623-5555,269-623-9054,info@circlepinescenter.net,http://www.circlepinescenter.o
1381,Huron Forest Camp CedarRidge, Oscoda,MI,248-615-9844,248-615-4932,info@campcedarridge.org,http://www.campc
1389,Cedarbrook Camp of Ohio, Madison,OH,330-725-4202,,widgejk@zoominternet.net,http://www.cedarbrookcampOH.co
1391,Camp Twin Lakes at Will-A-Way, Winder,GA,770-867-6123,770-867-6130,josh@camptwinlakes.org,http://www.camptw
1393,Red Oak Camp, Kirtland,OH,440-256-0716,440-256-3093,redoakcamp@redoakcamp.org,http://www.redoakcamp.org,K
1394,Sugarbush, Kinsman,OH,330-652-5877,330-544-7959,ddefiore@gsneo.org,http://www.gsneo.org,Donna DeFiore,
1399,Camp Christopher, Akron,OH,330-376-2267,330-762-2001,campregistrar@clevelandcatholiccharities.org,http://www.a
1400,Stony Glen Camp, Madison,OH,440-298-3264,,info@stonyglencamp.org,http://www.stonyglencamp.org,, Stony Glen Ca
1403,Camp Cheerful, Strongsville,OH,440-238-6200,440-238-1858,tim.fox@achievementctrs.org,http://www.achievementce
1405,Timberlane GS Camp, Wakeman,OH,330-983-0437,330-467-1901,ddfiore@gsneo.org,http://www.girlscoutserieshores.
1408,George L Forbes, Highland Hills,OH,216-263-5325,216-765-6993,jryba@city.cleveland.oh.us,,Jennifer Ryba, Fun-filled w
1409,Hiram House Camp, Chagrin Falls,OH,216-831-5045,216-831-2477,rgrundke@hiramhousecamp.org,http://www.hiramh
1410,Camp Ho Mita Koda, Newbury,OH,216-591-0800,216-591-0320,camp@dagc.org,http://www.camphomitakoda.org,Sus
1414,Cleveland Sight Center Highbrook Lodge, Chardon,OH,216-791-8118,216-791-1101,gmcgrath@clevelandsightcenter.org
1418,Hidden Hollow Camp, Bellville,OH,419-522-0521,419-522-2166,tconrad@friendlyhouseonline.com,http://www.friendly
1420,Camp Wise, Chardon,OH,216-593-6250,216-831-0966,wisekids@clevejcc.org,http://www.campwise.org,Jodi Sperling, C
1424,Falcon, Carrollton,OH,800-837-2267,216-991-4908,dave@falconcamp.com,http://www.falconcamp.com,Dave Devey,"
1431,Camp Ledgewood, Peninsula,OH,330-864-9933,330-864-5720,ddefiore@gsneo.org,http://www.gsneo.org,Jacqueline W
1432,Firebird Camp for Girls, Bowerston,OH,847-433-6060,847-433-0138,debjim5@frontier.com,http://www.campfirebird.n
1433,Camp Roosevelt for Boys, Bowerston,OH,740-269-7891,740-269-9900,rooseybird@earthlink.net,http://www.camproos
1434,YMCA Camp Fitch, North Springfield,PA,330-744-8411,330-744-8416,gregdonahue@campfitchymca.org,http://www.ca
1437,Camp Twin Lakes Inc, Rutledge,GA,706-557-9070,706-557-9147,dan@camptwinlakes.org,http://www.camptwinlakes.o
1450,Camp Pennyroyal, Utica,KY,502-636-0900,502-634-0837,arehs@kyanags.org,http://www.kyanags.org,Lisa 'Pockets' Leo
1454,Camp Farley Outdoor Education Center, Mashpee,MA,508-477-0181,508-539-0080,office@campfarley.com,http://www
1461,Camp CAMP, Center Point,TX,210-671-5411,,susan.osborne@campcamp.org,http://www.campcamp.org,Brandon Brier
1462,Foster YMCA, Spirit Lake,IA,712-336-3272,712-336-2026,info@campfoster.com,http://www.campfoster.com,Josh Carr,
1463,Easter Seals Camp Sunnyside, Des Moines,IA,515-289-1933,515-289-1281,info@eastersealsia.org,http://www.easterse
1465,Hantesa, Boone,IA,866-254-3660,515-432-1294,hantesa@campfireusaia.org,http://www.campfireusaia.org,," Noncom
1469,Camp Little Cloud, Epworth,IA,563-583-9169,563-588-3630,genea@gseiwi.org,http://www.gseiwi.org,Alicia Soppe," Va
1472,L-Kee-Ta, Danville,IA,319-752-3639,319-753-1410,genea@gseiwi.org,,Kim Blake," Swimming, horseback riding, tree-hou
1473,RYE YMCA, Rye,NY,914-967-6363,914-967-6398,scott@ryeymca.org,http://www.ryeycamp.org,Scott Umbel," New adv
1474,Camp Wyoming, Wyoming,IA,563-488-3893,563-488-3895,campwyo@netins.net,http://www.campwyoming.net,Kevin
1476,Wesley Woods Camp and Retreat, Indianola,IA,515-961-4523,515-961-4162,wesleywoods.camp@iaumc.org,http://ww
1481,Des Moines YMCA Camp, Boone,IA,515-432-7558,515-432-5414,ycamp@dmymca.org,http://www.y-camp.org,David Sh
1483,Tahigwa, Dorchester,IA,563-232-6601,563-546-7757,rangergene@acegroup.cc,http://www.girlscouts-conestoga.com,K
1486,Camp Conestoga, New Liberty,IA,800-798-0833,309-788-0836,genea@gseiwi.org,http://www.gseiwi.org,Lisa Overton,"
1487,Iowa 4-H Center, Madrid,IA,515-795-3338,515-795-2107,jroosa@iastate.edu,http://www.extension.iastate.edu/4hcent
1491,Flat Rock River YMCA Camps, Saint Paul,IN,765-525-6730,765-525-2265,sheiny@indymca.org,http://www.flatrockymca
1492,CYO Camp Lawrence, Valparaiso,IN,219-736-8931,219-736-9457,nwicyo@comcast.net,http://www.nwicyo.org,Paul We
1494,Howe Summer Camp, Howe,IN,260-562-2131,260-562-3678,admissions@howemilitary.com,http://www.howemilitary.
1497,Tannadoonah, Vandalia,MI,574-234-4145,574-234-5150,info@tannadoonah.org,http://tannadoonah.org/,"Amber Grun
1505,Faith Adventure Camp, Payson,AZ,480-838-6559,480-967-8839,tempejoey@juno.com,http://www.fcov.org,Brad Ruffco
1506,McMillen Program Center, Huntertown,IN,260-422-3417,260-637-0010,leslie.augustyniak@gsnim.org,http://gsnim.org
1510,Camp Crosley YMCA, North Webster,IN,877-811-6189,574-834-3313,info@campcrosley.org,http://www.campcrosley.o
1511,"Pyoca Camp, Conference & Retreat Center", Brownstown,IN,812-358-3413,812-358-5501,rich@pyoca.org,http://www
1512,Culver Summer Schools & Camps, Culver,IN,800-221-2020,574-842-8462,summer@culver.org,http://www.culver.org/s
1513,Camp Tecumseh YMCA, Brookston,IN,765-564-2898,765-564-3210,dwright@camptecumseh.org,http://www.camptecu
1517,Happy Hollow Childrens Camp, Nashville,IN,317-638-3849,317-686-0195,info@happyhollowcamp.net,http://www.happ
1526,YMCA Camp Eberhart, Three Rivers,MI,269-244-5125,269-244-5000,officeeb@aol.com,http://www.campeb.org,Brice E
1531,Camp Natoma, Paso Robles,CA,805-773-5126,805-773-5179,info@campnatoma.org,http://www.campnatoma.org,Emil
1534,Camp Millhouse, South Bend,IN,574-233-2202,574-233-2511,leabee37@comcast.net,http://www.campmillhouse.org,L
1535,Jameson Camp, Indianapolis,IN,317-241-2661,317-241-2760,tim@jamesoncamp.org,http://www.JamesonCamp.org,Tim
1536,Isanogel Center, Muncie,IN,765-288-1073,765-287-9547,isanogel@comcast.net,http://www.hillcroft.org,Elizabeth Piaz
1537,Bradford Woods/Camp Riley, Martinsville,IN,765-342-2915,765-349-1086,jekoenig@indiana.edu,http://www.bradwoo
1540,Camp Alexander Mack, Milford,IN,574-658-4831,574-658-4765,info@campmack.org,http://www.campmack.org,Rex M
1541,Ella J Logan, Syracuse,IN,574-457-2841,574-457-3021,brooke.gittings@gsnim.org,http://www.gsnim.org,Brooke Gettin
1546,Gnaw Bone Camp Inc, Nashville,IN,812-988-4852,,GnawBoneCamp@aol.com,,Alice Lorenz, 1650 acres/2 lakes/25 miles
1548,Camp Medill McCormick, Stillman Valley,IL,815-962-5591,815-962-5658,cpaxton@girlscoutsni.org,http://www.girlscou
1549,New Image Camp at Pocono Trails, Reeders,PA,800-365-0556,201-750-1558,TSparber@aol.com,http://www.newimage
1553,Leaning Tower YMCA Day Camp, Niles,IL,847-410-5100,847-647-7736,junina_mcarthur@ymcachgo.org,,Junina McArthu
1558,B'nai B'rith Beber Camp, Mukwonago,WI,847-677-7130,847-677-7132,Stefan@bebercamp.com,http://www.bebercam
1559,House In The Wood, Delavan,WI,262-728-2752,262-728-4015,val@houseinthewood.org,http://www.houseinthewood.
1560,JCYS Camp Henry Horner, Ingleside,IL,847-740-5010,847-740-5014,dglassman@jcys.org,http://www.jcys.org/chh/,," Of
1569,YMCA Camp Mac Lean, Burlington,WI,262-763-7742,262-763-9944,brian_ensberg@ymcachgo.org,http://www.campma
1570,Farm & Ranch Camps at the Center, Palos Park,IL,708-361-3650,708-361-2811,thecentercamps@sbcglobal.net,http://w
1572,Camp Ojibwa, Eagle River,WI,847-831-5374,847-831-2445,campojibwa@aol.com,http://www.campojibwa.com,Dennis
1576,Kawaga For Boys, Minocqua,WI,513-791-4883,513-791-4886,braves@kawaga.com,http://www.kawaga.com,Matt Abra
1578,Patuxent River 4-H Center, Upper Marlboro,MD,301-390-7259,301-390-7883,,,, Our camp is open to all youth; tradition
1587,YMCA Camp Duncan, Volo,IL,847-546-8086,847-546-3550,rkr@ymcacampduncan.org,http://www.ymcacampduncan.o
1588,Camp Li-Lo-Li, Randolph,NY,905-687-9814,905-687-9851,administrator@campli-lo-li.com,http://www.campli-lo-li.com,
1589,Land o' Lincoln Camp Cedarbrook, Dixon,IL,815-932-8733,,wsong1@aol.com,http://www.lolcampcedarbrook.org,Becky
1590,YMCA Camp Benson, Mount Carroll,IL,815-535-9622,815-626-9745,coryh@srfymca.org,http://www.sterlingrockfallsym
1593,Camp Tuckabatchee, Ottawa,IL,815-433-2984,815-433-3493,tuckabatchee@ivnet.com,http://www.camptuckabatchee
1594,Menominee for Boys, Eagle River,WI,847-914-0992,847-914-0994,fun@campmenominee.com,http://www.campmeno
1595,Marimeta For Girls, Eagle River,WI,847-970-4386,847-970-9766,sandy@marimeta.com,http://www.marimeta.com,San
1601,Camp Chi, Lake Delton,WI,847-763-3551,847-763-3680,jlake@gojcc.org,http://www.campchi.com,Ron Levin," Promote
1605,Camp Waziyatah, Waterford,ME,207-583-2267,,info@wazi.com,http://www.wazi.com,Gregg Parker," Build skills, friend
1611,JCYS North Shore Day Camp, Highland Park,IL,847-433-6001,847-433-6003,jsievers@jcys.org,http://www.jcys.org,Johan
1616,Camp Y-Owasco, Auburn,NY,315-253-5304,315-253-6153,joe@auburnymca.net,http://www.y-owasco.org,Joseph Murp
1617,Sonoma County YMCA Monte Vista, Rohnert Park,CA,707-544-1829,707-544-4432,,http://www.scfymca.org/programss
1618,Sandy Hill Camp, North East,MD,410-287-5554,410-287-0826,info@sandyhillcamp.com,http://www.sandyhillcamp.com
1624,Towering Pines Camp, Eagle River,WI,847-446-7311,847-446-7710,towpines@aol.com,http://www.toweringpinescamp
1625,Camp Woodland For Girls, Eagle River,WI,847-446-7311,847-446-7710,info@campwoodland.com,http://www.campwo
1627,URJ Olin- Sang- Ruby Union Institute, Oconomowoc,WI,847-509-0990,847-509-0970,jkaye@urj.org,http://www.osrui.o
1633,Sonoma County YMCA Yulupa Day Camp, Santa Rosa,CA,707-545-9622,707-544-4432,,,Michelle Head," Day camp offers
1634,Greenwoods Camp & The Grove, Decatur,MI,888-459-2492,847-242-0008,eferdman@lwcgwc.com,http://www.greenw
1635,Presbyterian Camps, Saugatuck,MI,269-857-3751,269-857-3107,director@prescamps.org,http://www.prescamps.org,B
1639,South Bay Family YMCA Summer Camp, Chula Vista,CA,619-421-8805,619-421-8012,estanfield@ymca.org,http://www.
1641,Camp Hamwi, Danville,OH,614-884-4400,614-844-4484,dhonigford@diabetesohio.org,http://www.diabetesohio.org,Da
1644,Buehler YMCA Day Camp, Palatine,IL,847-359-2400,847-359-5098,rwagner@ymcachgo.org,http://www.buehlerymca.o
1649,Camp Echo, Fremont,MI,847-475-7400,847-475-7959,rg@mcgawymca.org,http://www.ymcacampecho.org,Rob Grierso
1652,Camp Tapawingo, Metamora,IL,309-688-8671 x1403,309-688-7358,alefringhouse@girlscouts-gsci.org,http://www.girls
1654,The Salvation Army Wonderland, Camp Lake,WI,262-889-4305,262-889-4307,info@wonderlandcamp.com,http://www
1667,Camp Ronald McDonald at Eagle Lake, Susanville,CA,916-734-4230,916-734-4238,vicky@campronald.org,http://www.c
1672,Camp Mishawaka For Boys And Girls, Grand Rapids,MN,218-326-5011,218-326-9228,info@campmishawaka.com,http:/
1676,Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, Conover,WI,312-606-9316,312-606-7136,bbearman@ramahwisconsin.com,http://www.ram
1679,Camps R Us Hicksville, Hicksville,NY,516-935-2267,516-937-1058,camprus@gmail.com,http://www.campsrus.org,Gary
1680,Hastings Lake YMCA Day Camp, Lindenhurst,IL,847-356-4006,847-356-4140,katherine_wall@ymcachgo.org,http://www
1681,Camp Dean, Big Rock,IL,630-897-1565 ext 7178,630-466-7018,fdupczak@girlscoutsni.org,http://www.girlscoutsni.org/,
1682,The Nature Place Day Camp, Chestnut Ridge,NY,845-356-6477,845-356-2932,thenatureplace@aol.com,http://www.the
1683,Decoma Day Camp Inc, Northbrook,IL,847-272-2267,847-945-2131,decomadaycamp@aol.com,http://www.decomaday
1693,Harand Camp Of The Theatre Art, Kenosha,WI,847-864-1500,847-864-1588,harandcamp@aol.com,http://www.harand
1695,Chippewa Ranch Camp, Eagle River,WI,866-209-9322,773-545-1134,cliffordlissner@sbcglobal.net,http://www.chippew
1697,Sequanota, Boswell,PA,814-629-6627,814-629-0128,contact@sequanota.com,http://www.sequanota.com,Ang Illar," Su
1711,Kon-O-Kwee YMCA, Fombell,PA,724-758-6238,724-758-2705,info@ycamps.org,http://www.ycamps.org,Richard Deer,"
1712,Crestfield Camp & Conference Center, Slippery Rock,PA,724-794-4022,724-794-1665,programs@crestfield.net,http://w
1714,Joel Ross Tennis & Sports Camp, Kent,CT,914-668-3258,914-723-4579,info@joelrosstennis.com,http://www.joelrossten
1716,Lutherlyn, Prospect,PA,724-865-2161,724-865-9794,email@lutherlyn.com,http://www.lutherlyn.com,Rev Randal Gullic
1723,Agape Ministries, Hickory,PA,724-356-2308,724-356-2308,campinfo@campagape.org,http://www.campagape.org,Thom
1726,Salvation Army- Camp Allegheny, Ellwood City,PA,412-394-4840,412-394-4887,egeorge@use.salvationarmy.org,http://
1737,Carson Simpson Farm, Hatboro,PA,215-659-0232,215-659-5129,csfarm@aol.com,http://www.csfarm.org,Ray Neitz," Ch
1739,Camp Crabgrass, Deer Park,TX,281-478-2049,281-479-8091,KVillalovos@deerparktx.org,,Elva Banda," Deer Park Camp C
1741,Camp Friendship, Palmyra,VA,800-873-3223,434-589-5880,info@campfriendship.com,http://www.campfriendship.com
1745,Camp Mont Shenandoah, Millboro,VA,540-997-5994,540-997-0678,info@campmontshenandoah.com,http://www.cam
1747,Camp Walden, Denmark,ME,434-293-3730,434-293-8802,karenkrieger@campwalden.com,http://www.campwalden.co
1748,Camp Kum-Ba-Yah, Lynchburg,VA,434-384-1755,434-384-5732,campkby@verizon.net,http://www.campkumbayah.com
1749,Camp Baker, Chesterfield,VA,804-748-4789,804-796-6880,campbaker@richmondarc.org,http://www.RichmondARC.org
1751,Alkulana, Millboro Springs,VA,804-329-1701,,alkulana@juno.com,http://www.alkulana.org,Elizabeth Wright, Our missio
1753,Camp Blue Ridge, Montebello,VA,540-377-2413,540-377-9800,sherilyno@pcsda.org,http://www.cbrsda.com,Denny Gr
1754,Camp Hanover, Mechanicsville,VA,804-779-2811,804-779-3056,info@camphanover.org,http://www.camphanover.org,
1758,Camp TEKO, Long Lake,MN,612-374-0321,612-377-6630,tbomberg@templeisrael.com,http://www.teko.org,Tracy Bom
1762,Chanco on the James, Surry,VA,757-294-3126,757-294-0727,chancoctr@aol.com,http://www.chanco.org,Jim Sitzler, Tr
1764,Bethel, Fincastle,VA,540-992-2940,540-992-6498,campbetheloffice@gmail.com,http://www.campbethelvirginia.org,Ba
1767,Camp Easter Seals, New Castle,VA,540-864-5750,540-864-6797,alexbarge@va.eastersealsucp.com,http://www.campea
1771,Camp Holiday Trails, Charlottesville,VA,434-977-3781,434-977-8814,campisgood@campholidaytrails.org,http://www.ca
1777,Camp Skimino, Williamsburg,VA,757-565-2303,757-564-8446,emiliem@gsccc.org,http://www.gsccc.org,Wendy Scott,"
1785,Maude Eaton, Andover,MA,617-482-1078,,mstrom@girlscoutseastermass.org,http://www.girlscoutseasternmass.org,P
1786,Camp Alleghany, Lewisburg,WV,540-898-4782,540-898-5475,campghany@aol.com,http://www.campalleghany.com,"S
1791,Camp Greenbrier For Boys, Alderson,WV,888-226-7427,888-226-7427,woofus@juno.com,http://www.campgreenbrier.
1795,YMCA Camp Horseshoe, Parsons,WV,304-478-2481,304-478-4446,horseshoe@hi-y.org,http://www.hi-y.org,David King
1804,"Lake Chautauqua Lutheran Center, Inc", Bemus Point,NY,716-386-4125,716-386-5714,lclc@windstream.net,http://lclc
1811,Camp Cherith Of W New York, Hunt,NY,585-468-3850,,rufousccwny@yahoo.com,http://www.campcherithwny.org,Eve
1814,Camp Timbercrest, Randolph,NY,716-665-2225,716-488-9501,janet.depetrillo@gswny.org,http://www.gswny.org,Janet
1825,Augustine Rainbow Camp, Cleveland,OH,216-781-5530,216-781-1124,gkasarc@yahoo.com,,Gerry Kasper," Day camp fo
1829,Hidden Valley 4-H Camp, Montour Falls,NY,607-535-7161,607-535-6813,rds234@cornell.edu,http://www.hiddenvalley4
1841,Long Point Camp, Penn Yan,NY,315-434-1325,315-434-1399,brian.peabody@use.salvationarmy.org,,Captain Brian Peab
1842,Camp Wright, Stevensville,MD,410-643-4171,410-643-8421,director@campwright.com,http://www.campwright.org,De
1843,Camp Tall Timbers, High View,WV,301-874-0111,301-874-0113,funcamp@aol.com,http://www.camptalltimbers.com,G
1846,MN National Guard Youth Camp, Little Falls,MN,763-670-1251,651-558-2340,ray.kennedy@co.dakota.mn.us,http://ww
1850,Trefoil, Harrisville,NY,315-782-1890,315-782-4455,,,Karen Strife,
1853,Miami County YMCA Summer Camp, Piqua,OH,937-773-9622,937-773-1293,d.craig@miamicountyymca.net,,Donn Craig
1856,Chingachgook on Lake George, Kattskill Bay,NY,518-656-9462,518-656-9362,chingachgook@cdymca.org,http://www.ch
1860,4-H Camp Wabasso, Watertown,NY,315-788-8450,315-788-8461,mrk94@cornell.edu,,,
1864,4-H Camp Bristol Hills, Canandaigua,NY,585-394-3977 x431,585-394-0377,emm64@cornell.edu,http://www.4-hcampbr
1872,Clover Patch Camp, Glenville,NY,518-384-3080,518-384-3001,cloverpatchcamp@cfdsny.org,http://www.cloverpatchca
1885,Camp Agaliha, Ava,NY,315-733-2391,315-733-1909,klubecki@girlscoutsfoothills.org,http://www.girlscoutsfoothills.org/
1894,Eisner Camp For Living Judaism, Great Barrington,MA,413-528-1652,413-644-9524,eisnercranelake@urj.org,http://www
1900,Camp Romaca, Hinsdale,MA,888-976-6222,877-976-6222,summer@romaca.com,http://www.romaca.com,Jeff Saltz," A
1902,Killooleet, Hancock,VT,802-767-3152,802-767-3111,kseeger@killooleet.com,http://www.killooleet.com,Kate Spencer S
1907,Camp Lindenmere, Henryville,PA,561-361-3590,561-353-1957,admin@camplindenmere.com,http://www.camplindenm
1912,New Jersey Camp Jaycee, Effort,PA,732-246-2525,732-214-1834,ecofrancesco@arcnj.org,http://www.campjaycee.org,J
1917,Wonderland Camp, Guaynabo,PR,787-720-3634,787-789-6665,adianez1@aol.com,,Ana Christina Sanchez," A camp spe
1922,Alvernia, Centerport,NY,631-261-5730,631-754-4204,info@campalvernia.org,http://www.campalvernia.org,Ben Esposi
1923,Kingswood Camp, Piermont,NH,603-989-5556,603-989-3114,bob@kingswoodcamp.com,http://www.kingswoodcamp.c
1924,Walt Whitman, Piermont,NH,914-948-9151,914-948-9155,jed@campwalt.com,http://www.campwalt.com,Jed Dorfman
1929,Camp Echo Lake, Warrensburg,NY,914-345-9099,914-345-2120,tony@campecholake.com,http://www.campecholake.c
1935,Camp Dudley YMCA Inc, Westport,NY,518-962-4720,518-962-4320,dudley@campdudley.org,http://www.campdudley.o
1937,Pok-O-MacCready, Willsboro,NY,518-963-7656,518-963-4165,info@pokomac.com,http://www.pokomac.com,Sharp Sw
1942,Camp Ramapo, Rhinebeck,NY,845-876-8403,845-876-8414,office@ramapoforchildren.org,http://www.ramapoforchildr
1945,Vacamas Programs For Youth, West Milford,NJ,973-838-1394,973-838-7534,info@vacamas.org,http://www.vacamas.o
1946,Kamp Kohut, Oxford,ME,207-767-2406,207-767-0604,kampkohut@aol.com,http://www.kampkohut.com,Ms. Lisa Tripl
1948,URJ Crane Lake Camp, West Stockbridge,MA,201-804-9700,201-804-9785,bmitchell@urj.org,http://www.urjnecamps.o
1956,Beth Sholom Day Camp, Roslyn Heights,NY,516-621-9257,516-621-2438,bethsholomdaycamp@gmail.com,,Ginger Bloo
1957,Camp Tel Yehudah, Barryville,NY,800-970-2267,212-303-7491,dweinstein@youngjudaea.org,,David Weintein," Jewish &
1959,Bayside YMCA Day Camp, Bayside,NY,718-229-5972,718-819-0058,mcaban@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org,Mi
1965,Camp Treetops, Lake Placid,NY,518-523-9329,518-523-4858,karen@camptreetops.org,http://www.nct.org/camp,Karen
1966,Camp Stonybrook, Waynesville,OH,513-489-1025,513-489-1417,council@grgsc.org,http://www.grgsc.org,Elizabeth Han
1969,Winadu, Pittsfield,MA,413-447-8900,413-447-8905,winadu@campwinadu.com,http://www.campwinadu.com,Shelley &
1976,Gate Hill Day Camp, Stony Point,NY,845-947-3223,845-942-0958,info@gatehilldaycamp.com,http://www.gatehilldayca
1977,Camp Cedarbrook in the Adirondacks, Corinth,NY,518-654-6262,518-654-7560,dliddy@campcedarbrook.net,http://ww
1979,Northern Frontier, North River,NY,845-876-8009,845-876-6075,office@northernfrontier.org,http://www.northernfront
1982,Camp Butterworth, Maineville,OH,513-489-1025,513-489-1417,cyndyself@girlscoutsofwesternohio.org,http://www.gr
1986,Camp Greylock, Becket,MA,212-582-1042,212-765-8177,info@campgreylock.com,http://www.campgreylock.com,Mich
1992,Brant Lake Camp, Brant Lake,NY,518-494-2406,518-494-7372,BrantLakeC@aol.com,http://www.brantlake.com,Robert
1993,Surprise Lake Camp, Cold Spring,NY,212-924-3131,212-924-5112,info@surpriselake.org,http://www.surpriselake.org,Jo
1996,Dorothy P Flint 4-H Camp, Riverhead,NY,631-727-6065,631-727-6065,md83@cornell.edu,http://www.dpf4hcamp.org,E
1999,Camp Merriwood, Orford,NH,800-997-8006,203-637-5132,info@merriwood.com,http://www.merriwood.com,Judy & G
2000,Camp Moosilauke, Orford,NH,603-353-4545,603-353-9103,cmoosilauk@aol.com,http://www.moosilauke.com,Bill & Sa
2004,Lenox, Lee,MA,413-243-2223,413-243-3446,rich@camplenox.com,http://www.camplenox.com,Richard Moss," Top lev
2009,Joe & Mary Mottino Family YMCA, Oceanside,CA,760-758-0808,760-758-8058,ciannello@ymca.org,,," Day Camp offers
2014,Vega, Fayette,ME,617-424-9919,617-424-0214,info@campvega.com,http://www.campvega.com,Linda Courtiss Ragsda
2019,Birchmont A Pierce Camp, Wolfeboro,NH,516-621-5035,516-621-0489,gpierce@campbirchmont.com,http://www.cam
2020,Innabah Program Center, Spring City,PA,610-469-6111,610-469-0330,camp@innabah.org,http://www.innabah.org,Chri
2022,Camp Monroe, Monroe,NY,845-782-8695,845-782-2247,office@campmonroe.com,http://www.campmonroe.com,Stan
2034,YMCA (Puyallup) Day Camp, Tacoma,WA,253-534-7830,253-983-0459,bmyers@ymcapkc.org,http://www.ymcatacoma
2035,Happiness Is Camping, Hardwick,NJ,908-362-6733,908-362-5197,rich@happinessiscamping.org,http://www.happinessis
2036,Dovewood, O Brien,FL,386-935-0863,386-935-0863,campdovewood@windstream.net,http://www.campdovewood.org
2038,Deerkill Day Camp, Suffern,NY,845-354-1466,845-362-4597,directors@deerkilldaycamp.com,http://www.deerkilldayca
2042,Fresh Air Fund Camp, Fishkill,NY,212-897-8900,212-681-0147,freshair@freshair.org,http://www.freshair.org,Thomas Ka
2044,Blue Bay, East Hampton,NY,516-741-2550,516-741-2207,bissettl@gsnc.org,http://www.gsnc.org,Catherine Mottola," A
2048,Point O'Pines Camp for Girls, Brant Lake,NY,518-494-3213,518-494-3489,info@pointopines.com,http://www.pointopin
2050,Camp Pinecliffe, Harrison,ME,614-236-5698,614-235-2267,pinecliffe@msn.com,http://www.pinecliffe.com,Susan R Lift
2055,French Woods Festival, Hancock,NY,800-634-1703,954-346-7564,admin@frenchwoods.com,http://www.frenchwoods.
2057,Estes Park Center YMCA of Rockies, Estes Park,CO,970-586-1280,970-577-1255,daycampepc@ymcarockies.org,http://w
2058,SO-Map-Y Day Camp, Maplewood,NJ,973-762-4145,973-762-2064,dberry@metroymcas.org,http://www.smountainym
2062,Girls Quest-Camp Oh-Ne-Tah, East Windham,NY,212-532-7050,212-532-7061,iquwah@girlsquest.org,http://www.girlsq
2069,Y Knots Day Camp, Maplewood,NJ,973-762-4145,973-762-2064,jmacafee@metroymcas.org,http://www.smountainym
2070,Star Lake Camp, Bloomingdale,NJ,212-337-7259,212-337-7252,Juan.mercado@use.salvationarmy.org,http://www.starl
2074,Camp Hilltop, Hancock,NY,607-637-5201,607-637-2389,hilltop@hancock.net,http://www.camphilltop.com,"Scott, Ann
2079,Androscoggin, Wayne,ME,914-835-5800,914-777-2718,directors@campandro.com,http://www.campandro.com,Peter
2083,Holmes Presbyterian Camp and Conference Center, Holmes,NY,845-878-6383,845-878-7824,holmes@holmescamp.org
2086,Regis-Applejack, Paul Smiths,NY,609-688-0368,609-688-0369,campregis@aol.com,http://www.campregis-applejack.co
2087,Quinipet, Shelter Island Heights,NY,631-749-0430,631-749-3403,info@quinipet.org,http://www.quinipet.org,Greg Nisse
2089,Camp Cayuga, Honesdale,PA,908-470-1224,908-470-1228,info@campcayuga.com,http://www.campcayuga.com,Brian
2098,"Camps Pequot, Sherwood, and Pioneer Village", Ivoryton,CT,860-767-0848,860-767-8432,plarom@incarnationcenter.o
2102,Cobbossee, Monmouth,ME,800-473-6104,914-997-5219,info@cobbossee.com,http://www.campcobbossee.com,Steve
2103,Camp Willow Run, Littleton,NC,252-586-4665,252-586-4909,info@campwillowrun.org,http://www.campwillowrun.org,
2104,Camp Fernwood, Poland,ME,207-998-4346,207-998-4852,fernwood@campfernwood.com,http://www.campfernwood
2105,Camp Taconic, Hinsdale,MA,201-871-2086,413-655-2707,jill@camptaconic.com,http://www.camptaconic.com,"Mark &
2112,Rolling River Day Camp, East Rockaway,NY,516-593-2267,516-593-5796,camp@rollingriver.com,http://www.rollingrive
2116,Mah-Kee-Nac, Lenox,MA,800-753-9118,914-997-6063,info@campmkn.com,http://www.campmkn.com,Chris 'Bunkie' &
2118,Trail's End Camp, Beach Lake,PA,516-781-5200,570-729-8130,contact@trailsendcamp.com,http://www.trailsendcamp.
2120,Breezemont Day Camp, Armonk,NY,914-273-3162,914-273-5438,info@breezemont.com,http://www.breezemont.com
2123,Pathfinder Country Day Camp, Montauk,NY,631-668-2080,954-340-5019,nbsummercamp@msn.com,http://www.path
2124,Camps Equinunk & Blue Ridge, Equinunk,PA,631-329-3239,631-329-3023,info@cecbr.com,http://www.cecbr.com,Richa
2126,Camp Huntington, High Falls,NY,845-679-4903,845-679-4903,dfalk@camphuntington.com,http://www.camphuntington
2129,Twin Oaks Day Camp, Freeport,NY,516-623-4550,516-223-1568,twinoakscamp1@aol.com,http://www.twinoaksdaycam
2131,Winnebago, Fayette,ME,207-767-1019,207-767-1018,unkandycw@aol.com,http://www.campwinnebago.com,Andy Lili
2134,Timber Lake West, Roscoe,NY,516-656-4210,516-656-4215,info@timberlakewest.com,http://www.timberlakewest.com
2135,Friends Academy Summer Camps, Locust Valley,NY,516-393-4207,516-465-1720,camp@fa.org,http://www.fasummerc
2141,Camp Ramah in the Berkshires, Wingdale,NY,201-871-7262,201-871-7232,info@RamahBerkshires.org,http://www.ram
2146,Awosting Chinqueka, Bantam,CT,860-567-9678,860-626-8301,info@awosting.com,http://www.mysummerfamily.com,"
2157,Indian Head Camp, Honesdale,PA,914-345-2155,914-345-2479,ihcisfun@indianhead.com,http://www.indianhead.com,
2161,Camp Laurelwood, Madison,CT,203-421-3736,203-397-0122,info@laurelwood.org,http://www.camplaurelwood.org,Ru
2163,92nd St Y Camps, New York,NY,212-415-5573,212-415-5668,camps@92y.org,http://www.92y.org/camps,Alan Saltz," Fo
2164,Robindel For Girls, Center Harbor,NH,800-325-3396,603-253-7886,natman@comcast.net,http://www.robindel.com,Na
2167,Blue Rill Day Camp, Airmont,NY,845-352-3521,845-352-0168,info@bluerilldaycamp.com,http://www.bluerilldaycamp.c
2168,Camp Echo, Burlingham,NY,845-733-4567,845-733-5925,jeff@campecho.com,http://www.campecho.com,Jeff Grabow
2169,Camp Robin Hood, Freedom,NH,216-491-2267,216-491-2268,dc@camprobinhood.com,http://www.camprobinhood.co
2170,Ma-He-Tu, Bear Mountain,NY,845-351-4508,,info@mahetu.org,http://www.campmahetu.org,Janet Igoe Paddack," Just
2171,West Hills Day Camp, Huntington,NY,631-427-6700,516-427-6504,info@westhillscamp.com,http://www.westhillscamp
2173,Mont Lawn Camp, Bushkill,PA,570-588-6618,570-588-6988,rsylvester@chaonline.org,http://www.montlawncamp.org,R
2176,Raquette Lake Camps, Raquette Lake,NY,914-764-1500,914-764-1600,director@raquettelake.com,http://www.raquett
2179,Moshava, Honesdale,PA,212-465-9021,212-216-9578,office@moshava.org,http://www.moshava.org,Alan Silverman," R
2180,Camp Takajo, Naples,ME,914-273-5020,914-273-5352,jeff@takajo.com,http://www.takajo.com,Jeffrey Konigsberg," M
2187,Virginia Elks Youth Camp Inc, Millboro,VA,540-862-9489,540-862-0744,elksveyedirector@aol.com,http://www.virginiae
2188,North Country Camps, Keeseville,NY,802-235-2908,,nancy@nccamps.com,http://www.nccamps.com,Nancy Gucker-Bird
2190,Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village, Poyntelle,PA,718-279-0690,718-224-4676,Sarah@poyntelle.com,http://www.poyntelle.c
2191,Ramah In New England, Palmer,MA,781-702-5290,781-702-5239,joshe@campramahne.org,http://www.campramahne
2193,KenMont and KenWood Camps, Kent,CT,305-673-3310,305-673-4131,david@kencamp.com,http://www.kenmontkenw
2196,Laurel, Readfield,ME,203-227-8866,203-227-8864,summer@camplaurel.com,http://www.camplaurel.com,"Keith Klein,
2198,Camp Ramaquois, Pomona,NY,845-354-1600,845-354-0764,prainone@ramaquois.com,http://www.ramaquois.com,Art
2202,Shibley Summer Day Camp, Roslyn,NY,516-621-8777,516-625-2975,ShibleyDay@aol.com,http://www.shibleydaycamp.
2205,Tyler Hill Camp, Tyler Hill,PA,516-656-4220,516-656-4215,andy@camptlc.com,http://www.tylerhillcamp.com,Andy Sieg
2210,Tulsa Park and Recreation Dept, Tulsa,OK,918-596-2490,918-699-3696,ldolman@cityoftulsa.org,http://www.tulsaparks
2211,Wicosuta, Hebron,NH,800-846-9426,781-455-1486,info@campwicosuta.com,http://www.campwicosuta.com,Corey &
2222,Olmsted, Cornwall On Hudson,NY,212-870-3084,845-534-3540,olmstedctr@aol.com,http://www.campolmsted.org,Apr
2224,Buck's Rock Performing and Creative Arts Camp, New Milford,CT,860-354-5030,860-354-1355,bucksrock@bucksrockcam
2227,Hillcroft Day Camp, Billings,NY,845-223-5826,845-223-5280,fun@camphillcroft.com,http://www.camphillcroft.com,Gre
2233,Hidden Pond Day Camp-The Rinx, Hauppauge,NY,631-232-3222,631-232-3228,hiddenpondcamp@therinx.com,http://w
2237,Camp Sobaco, Yaphank,NY,631-472-1625,631-543-9005,camp@gssc.us,http://wwww.gssc.us,Joanne Koszyk," As a coed
2247,Timber Pointe Outdoor Center, Hudson,IL,309-365-8021,309-365-8934,canderson@ci.easterseals.com,,Danny Sutter,"
2252,Breene's Camp Riverbend, Warren,NJ,908-647-0664,908-647-2435,info@campriverbend.com,http://www.campriverbe
2254,Frost Valley YMCA Camps, Claryville,NY,845-985-2291,845-985-0056,campdirector@frostvalley.org,http://www.frostva
2257,Lou Henry Hoover, Middleville,NJ,908-232-3236,908-232-4508,dhooker@gshnj.org,http://www.camphoover.org,Debor
2265,Camp Nejeda, Stillwater,NJ,973-383-2611,973-383-9891,information@campnejeda.org,http://www.campnejeda.org,Ja
2267,Kiddie Keep Well Camp, Edison,NJ,732-548-6542,732-548-9535,info@kiddiekeepwell.org,http://www.kiddiekeepwell.o
2268,Hi-Hills Day Camp, Gladstone,NJ,908-234-0067,908-234-0045,hihills@gsbschool.org,http://www.hihills.com,Mike Mete
2274,YMCA Camp Carr, Annandale,NJ,908-782-1044,908-782-0871,kheimall@hcymca.org,http://www.hcymca.org,Kristin He
2276,Lake Rickabear, Riverdale,NJ,973-248-8200,973-248-8050,jhenry@gsnnj.org,http://www.gsnnj.org,Janet Henry," Hit the
2278,Ballibay Camps Inc, Camptown,PA,570-746-3223,570-746-3691,camp@ballibay.com,http://www.ballibay.com,John Jan
2279,Winnewald Day Camp, Lebanon,NJ,908-735-8336,908-730-7196,winneday@ptd.net,http://www.winnewald.com,Bob J
2283,Camp Speers Eljabar YMCA, Dingmans Ferry,PA,570-828-2329,570-828-2984,cherie@campspeersymca.org,http://www
2284,Camp Tecumseh, Pittstown,NJ,908-851-9300,908-735-5263,scott.kelly@use.salvationarmy.org,,Major Scott and Sue Ke
2288,Camp Sun N Fun, Williamstown,NJ,856-629-4502,856-848-7753,camp@thearcgloucester.org,http://www.thearcglouce
2290,Lake Ann Camp, Lake Ann,MI,231-275-7329,231-275-5174,info@lakeanncamp.com,http://www.lakeanncamp.com,Ken
2291,Wildwood Ranch, Howell,MI,800-969-8098,517-548-7373,info@wildwoodranch.org,http://www.wildwoodranch.org,Da
2298,Easter Seals New Jersey Camp Merry Heart, Hackettstown,NJ,908-852-3896,908-852-9263,rschumann@nj.easterseals.c
2302,YMCA Camp Bernie, Port Murray,NJ,908-832-5315,908-832-9078,campbernie@campbernieymca.org,http://www.camp
2304,Camp Watonka, Hawley,PA,570-857-1401,570-857-9653,mail@watonka.com,http://www.watonka.com,Donald Wacke
2308,Auburn YMCA Summer Day Camp, Auburn,WA,253-833-2770,253-833-2771,abain@seattleymca.org,,Amanda Sherry," S
2310,Tweedale, Oxford,PA,610-933-7555,610-935-2714,mbement@gsep.org,http://www.gsfvc.org,,
2319,Camp James, Irvine,CA,949-585-0464,949-585-0473,scottie@campjames.com,http://www.campjames.com,Theresa Co
2322,Pinemere Camp, Stroudsburg,PA,215-487-2267,215-487-2265,camp@pinemere.com,http://www.pinemere.com,Toby A
2325,Camp Cedar Knoll, Millville,NJ,856-825-5531,856-881-0499,camp@bba-sj.org,http://www.BBA-SJ.org,Audrey Howard,"
2326,Ladore, Waymart,PA,570-488-6129,570-488-5168,mark.scott@use.salvationarmy.org,http://www.ladore.org,Maj. Jeffr
2330,Sacajawea, Newfield,NJ,856-697-3900,856-697-2119,vallen@gscsnj.org,http://www.gscsnj.org,Vicky Allen," This all girl
2332,Wood Haven, Pine Grove,PA,717-345-4288,610-791-4401,mbement@gsep.org,,,
2333,Nock-A-Mixon, Kintnersville,PA,610-941-0128,610-941-1307,mglaser851@aol.com,http://www.campnockamixon.com,
2337,Osher Marin JCC Day Camp, San Rafael,CA,415-444-8055,415-444-8185,jturk@marinjcc.org,http://www.marinjcc.org,Je
2339,Mt Madonna YMCA, Morgan Hill,CA,408-762-6000,408-779-5040,krussell@ymcasv.org,http://www.ymcasv.org/mtmad
2346,Camp Pennbrook, Pennington,NJ,800-442-7366,212-354-6258,camppennbrook@worldnet.att.net,http://www.camppe
2349,Camp Susquehannock For Boys, BRACKNEY,PA,866-482-2677,,info@susquehannock.com,http://www.susquehannock.c
2358,Camp Green Lane, Green Lane,PA,610-270-1700,610-270-1708,melcgl@aol.com,http://www.greenlane.com,Mel Brods
2362,Canters Cave 4-H Camp Inc, Jackson,OH,740-286-4058,740-286-8622,eleoec4h@bright.net,http://www.canterscave4hc
2365,Kirkwood Camp, Stroudsburg,PA,215-242-,215-546-7800,kirkwood@presbyphl.org,http://www.kirkwoodcamp.org,Gar
2369,Camp Make A Friend, Philadelphia,PA,215-879-1000,215-879-8424,kbrooks@easterseals-sepa.org,,Renee Camper, Spec
2371,Camp Netimus for Girls, Milford,PA,570-296-6131,570-296-6128,info@netimus.com,http://www.netimus.com,Darlene
2372,Hope Conference & Renewal Center, Hope,NJ,908-459-4435,908-459-5571,hopecenter@camphope.org,http://campho
2375,Camp Kweebec Inc, Schwenksville,PA,610-667-2123,610-667-6376,info@kweebec.com,http://www.kweebec.com,Les &
2376,Golden Slipper Camp, Stroudsburg,PA,610-660-0520,610-660-0515,toneill@goldenslipper.org,http://www.goldenslippe
2379,Willow Grove Day Camp, Willow Grove,PA,215-659-4393,215-659-5187,info@willowgrovedaycamp.com,http://www.w
2382,Appel Farm Arts Camp, Elmer,NJ,856-358-2472,856-358-6513,camp@applefarm.org,http://www.appelfarm.org/camp,C
2383,Camp John Marc, Meridian,TX,214-360-0056,214-368-2003,mail@campjohnmarc.org,http://www.campjohnmarc.org,V
2385,The Road Less Traveled, Chicago,IL,773-342-5200,480-247-5433,jim@theroadlesstraveled.com,http://www.theroadless
2386,Camp Shohola for Boys, Greeley,PA,570-371-4760,570-685-4563,office@shohola.com,http://www.shohola.com,Dunca
2390,Pine Forest Camp, Greeley,PA,215-887-9700,215-887-3901,info@pineforestcamp.com,http://www.pineforestcamp.com
2391,Southwoods, Paradox,NY,914-214-8780,914-245-1683,info@southwoods.com,http://www.southwoods.com,Scott & A
2392,Camp Dumore, Media,PA,610-565-2353,610-565-5256,kbrooks@easterseals-sepa.org,,Anne Roche, Day camp for childr
2393,Camp Ramah in the Poconos, Lakewood,PA,570-798-2504,570-798-2049,brucel@ramahpoconos.org,http://www.rama
2395,Timber Tops, Greeley,PA,215-887-9700,215-887-3901,timbertops@pond.com,http://www.timbertops.com,David Schre
2397,Haycock Camping Ministries Inc, Kintnersville,PA,610-346-7155,610-346-8927,info@haycock.org,http://www.haycock.o
2413,Oneka, TAFTON,PA,610-687-6260,610-687-6260,info@oneka.com,http://www.oneka.com,Dale & Barbara Dohner," Spa
2420,The College Settlement Camps, Horsham,PA,215-542-7974,215-542-7457,camps@collegesettlement.org,http://www.c
2423,Northern Virginia 4-H Educational Center, Front Royal,VA,540-635-7171,540-635-6876,ciden@vt.edu,http://www.ext.v
2426,Variety Club Camp & Developmental Center, Worcester,PA,215-584-4366,215-584-5586,angusmurray@varietyphila.org
2428,Camp Joseph And Betty Harlam, Kunkletown,PA,215-563-8184,215-563-1549,campharlam@urj.org,http://www.harlam
2440,Camp Carolina, Brevard,NC,828-884-2414,828-884-2454,info@campcarolina.com,http://www.campcarolina.com,Alfred
2446,Sesame Rockwood Camps, Blue Bell,PA,610-275-2267,610-279-4463,info@srdaycamps.com,http://www.srdaycamps.co
2448,Lake Owego Camp, Greeley,PA,215-887-9700,215-887-3901,info@pineforestcamp.com,http://www.lakeowego.com,Sh
2450,Mosey Wood, White Haven,PA,610-791-2411,610-791-4401,jsaul@gsep.org,http://www.gsep.org,Jodi Saul,
2458,Camp J B Mac, Mason,OH,513-772-5888,513-672-3387,amanda@ylacorp.com,http://www.campjbmac.com,Amanda Bo
2459,Arrowhead Day Camp, West Chester,PA,610-353-5437,610-695-8118,chiefarrowhead@comcast.net,http://www.arrow
2463,Saginaw, Oxford,PA,856-428-6256,856-428-6289,askus@campsaginaw.com,http://www.campsaginaw.com,Michael & J
2466,Camp Happyland, Richardsville,VA,202-756-2607,202-464-7206,teresa_newsome@uss.salvationarmy.org,http://www.v
2467,Camp Mardela, Denton,MD,410-479-9883,410-479-2963,mardela@intercom.net,http://www.campmardela.org/,,
2468,Camp Saint Charles, Newburg,MD,301-934-8799,240-523-9437,csclaurahall@gmail.com,http://www.campstcharles.org
2476,Camp Highroad, Middleburg,VA,540-687-6262,540-687-6959,rick@camphighroad.org,http://www.camphighroad.org,R
2483,Beth Tfiloh Camps, Reisterstown,MD,410-517-3451,410-517-3453,mail@btcamps.org,http://www.btcamps.org,"David
2491,Moss Hollow, Washington,DC,202-289-1510,202-518-8926,hasterilla@fcsdc.com,http://www.familyandchildservices.or
2492,Burgundy Farm Summer Day Camp, Alexandria,VA,703-960-3431,703-960-5056,,http://www.burgundyfarm.org,Greg W
2496,Skylemar, Naples,ME,410-329-3775,410-329-5095,campskylemar@aol.com,http://www.campskylemar.com,Arleen & S
2497,Barry Conservation Camp, Berlin,NH,603-862-2184,603-862-2157,wendy.brock@unh.edu,http://www.extension.unh.ed
2503,Camp Rim Rock, Yellow Spring,WV,800-662-4650,304-856-3201,office@camprimrock.com,http://www.camprimrock.co
2511,Camp Conowingo, Conowingo,MD,410-358-9711,410-358-9918,cgarrett@gscm.org,http://www.gscm.org,Abby Neyenh
2513,Echo Hill Camp, Worton,MD,410-348-5303,410-348-2010,info@echohillcamp.com,http://www.echohillcamp.com,Pete
2515,Barrie Day Camp, Silver Spring,MD,301-576-2816,301-576-2805,pvogdes@barrie.org,http://www.barrie.org/camp,Pete
2516,Airy, Thurmont,MD,410-466-9010,410-466-0560,airlou@airylouise.org,http://www.airylouise.org,Rick Frankle, Serving
2517,Camp Milldale, Reisterstown,MD,410-429-4900,410-429-4243,campmilldale@jcc.org,http://www.campmilldale.org,Jod
2523,The League at Camp Greentop, Sabillasville,MD,410-323-0500,410-323-2398,bmorgan@leagueforpeople.org,http://ww
2524,Camp Pecometh, Centreville,MD,410-556-6900,410-556-6901,campinfo@pecometh.org,http://www.pecometh.org,Rev
2525,Camp Rap-A-Hope, Citronelle,AL,251-476-9880,251-476-9495,rapahope@earthlink.net,,Melissa McNichol," Specialty ca
2531,Y Camp at Catonsville Family Center, Baltimore,MD,410-747-9622,410-788-0870,lanasmith@ymaryland.org,http://www
2532,Crystal Lake Camps, Hughesville,PA,570-584-5608,570-584-0169,camp@crystallakecamps.org,http://www.crystallakeca
2536,Camp Susque, Trout Run,PA,570-998-2151,570-998-9022,susque@susque.org,,Mike Miosi," In beauty of God's creation
2537,Camp Conrad Weiser/Bynden Wood, Wernersville,PA,610-670-2267,610-670-5010,ycamps@smymca.org,http://www.s
2538,Camp Blue Diamond, Petersburg,PA,814-667-2355,814-667-2152,bludia@penn.com,http://www.campbluediamond.or
2544,Swatara, Bethel,PA,717-933-8510,717-933-7064,mhouff@campswatara.org,http://www.campswatara.org,Marlin D Ho
2546,Habonim Dror Camp Moshava, Street,MD,866-373-0833,703-880-5127,naffer@campmosh.org,http://www.campmosh
2563,Brandywine YMCA Day Camp, Wilmington,DE,302-478-8303,302-478-2260,crydgren@ymcade.org,,Ivy Sheehan, Traditi
2566,Childrens Beach House, Wilmington,DE,302-645-9184,302-645-9467,rdeale@cbhinc.org,http://www.cbhinc.org,Diane O
2567,Grove Point, Earleville,MD,410-742-5107 x 23,410-742-9506,cstafford@cbgsc.org,http://www.cbgsc.org/,Cathy Stafford
2568,Western Family YMCA Day Camp, Newark,DE,302-709-9622,302-709-9622,sstull@ymcade.org,http://www.ymcade.org
2569,Fairlee Manor Recreation & Education Center, Chestertown,MD,410-778-0566,410-778-0567,fairlee@esdel.org,,Steve N
2575,Camp Sewataro, Sudbury,MA,978-443-3100,978-443-8153,camp@sewataro.com,http://www.sewataro.com,The Taylo
2577,Green Eyrie, Harvard,MA,508-853-1070,508-852-7674,dkrebs@mgsc.org,,Sharon Fellows," Dynamic and innovative pro
2579,YMCA Camp Lawrence, Laconia,NH,978-975-1330,978-975-7354,campinfo@mvymca.org,http://www.mvymcacamps.o
2587,Camp Wawenock, Raymond,ME,207-655-4657,207-655-4662,wawenock@campwawenock.com,http://www.campwaw
2590,Camp Abnaki, North Hero,VT,802-862-9622,802-862-9984,jkuypers@gbymca.org,http://www.campabnaki.org,Jon Kuyp
2591,Wabasso, South Sutton,NH,617-350-8300,617-350-5246,mstrom@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.ptgirlscouts.o
2593,Wohelo Luther Gulick Camps, Raymond,ME,207-655-4739,207-655-2292,wohelo@wohelo.com,http://www.wohelo.co
2595,YMCA Camp Huckins, Freedom,NH,603-539-4710,603-539-6724,camphuckins@camphuckins.com,,Jody H Skelton, We a
2599,Naticook Day Camp, Merrimack,NH,603-882-1046,603-883-5335,parksdept@merrimacknh.gov,http://www.merrimack
2600,Meadowcroft, Norwell,MA,781-659-2362,781-659-7434,jim@meadowcroftcamp.com,http://www.meadowcroftcamp.
2603,Camp Frank A Day, East Brookfield,MA,617-244-6050,617-964-8472,ashleyw@westsuburbanymca.org,http://www.cam
2606,Chop Point, Woolwich,ME,207-443-5860,207-443-6760,camp@choppoint.org,http://www.choppoint.org,David Wilkins
2609,Brown Ledge Camp, Colchester,VT,802-862-2442,802-658-1614,info@brownledge.org,http://www.brownledge.org,Bill
2617,Camp Boggy Creek, Eustis,FL,352-483-4200,352-483-0358,dorcas@boggycreek.org,http://www.boggycreek.org,Dorcas
2622,Maplewood Country Day Camp, South Easton,MA,508-238-6758,508-230-9872,campmaplewood@comcast.net,http://w
2628,Camp Thoreau Day Camp, Concord,MA,978-369-4095,978-369-8078,camp@thoreau.com,http://www.campthoreau.co
2629,Farnsworth, Thetford,VT,800-654-1270,603-627-4169,camping@swgirlscouts.org,http://www.swgirlscouts.org,," Creat
2631,YMCA Camp Lincoln, Kingston,NH,603-642-3361,603-642-4340,info@ymcacamplincoln.org,http://www.ymcacamplinco
2634,Cape Cod Sea Camps, Brewster,MA,508-896-3451,508-896-8272,info@capecodseacamps.com,http://www.capecodsea
2637,Camp Tapawingo, Sweden,ME,207-647-3351,207-647-2232,camptap@aol.com,http://www.camptapawingo.com,Jane
2639,Camp Young Judaea, Amherst,NH,781-237-9410,781-431-7336,cyjnh@aol.com,http://www.cyj.org,Kenneth J Kornreich
2648,YMCA Camp Coniston Inc, Grantham,NH,603-863-1160,603-863-1620,info@coniston.org,http://www.coniston.org,John
2649,Winding Trails, Anchorage,AK,907-248-2250,907-243-4819,ablock@girlscoutalaska.org,http://www.girlscoutsalaska.org
2661,Camp Nashoba Day, Littleton,MA,978-486-8088,978-486-9812,info@campnashobaday.com,http://www.campnashoba
2662,YMCA Camp Fuller, Wakefield,RI,401-783-5359,401-782-6083,pswain@gpymca.org,http://www.ymcacampfuller.org,Pe
2664,Camps Kenwood and Evergreen, Wilmot,NH,781-793-0091,781-793-0606,scott@kenwood-evergreen.com,http://www
2666,Camp Becket YMCA, Becket,MA,413-623-8991,413-623-5890,bccymca@bccymca.org,http://www.bccymca.org,Dave De
2668,Kippewa For Girls, Monmouth,ME,800-547-7392,207-933-2996,info@kippewa.com,http://www.kippewa.com,Ginger a
2674,Timberlake, Plymouth,VT,802-422-3761,802-422-8660,info@farmandwilderness.org,http://www.farmandwilderness.or
2675,Camp Sangamon, Pittsford,VT,888-345-9193,802-483-2684,sangamonvt@aol.com,http://www.campsangamon.com,M
2676,New London County 4-H Camp, North Franklin,CT,860-642-6131,860-887-1378,dbeebe4502@aol.com,http://www.my4
2678,Nebraska/Iowa Camp Woodmen, Nebraska City,NE,402-873-3220,402-873-3220,jkreifels@woodmen.com,http://www.
2682,Camp Med-O-Lark, Washington,ME,207-845-2555,207-845-2332,info@Medolark.com,http://www.medolark.com,Scott
2686,Wyonegonic Camps, Denmark,ME,207-452-2051,207-452-2611,info@wyonegonic.com,http://www.wyonegonic.com,C
2687,Timanous, Raymond,ME,207-655-4569,508-449-3989,linda@campt.com,http://www.campt.com,David & Linda Suitor,"
2688,Camp Woodmen, Beech Bluff,TN,731-668-4308,731-668-4308,cdowdell@woodmen.org,http://www.wtncampwooden.
2693,North Brooklyn YMCA - Beacon, Brooklyn,NY,718-947-0604,718-366-4431,rmorlos@ymcanyc.org,,Lillian Soto," Camper
2694,Central Delaware Branch YMCA, Wyoming,DE,302-674-3000,302-674-2906,dmyers-johns@ymcade.org,,Denise Myers-J
2701,Camp Billings, Fairlee,VT,802-333-4317,,campbillings@juno.com,http://www.campbillings.org,Bob Green," One of Ame
2702,Camp Caribou for Boys, Winslow,ME,508-358-5050,508-358-5876,info@campcaribou.com,http://www.campcaribou.co
2706,Rivers Day Camp, Weston,MA,339-686-2293,781-239-3614,e.schreider@rivers.org,http://www.rivers.org,Ed Schreider,
2710,Ramsbottom, Rehoboth,MA,401-722-8840,401-727-4733,,http://bgcpawt.org,,
2713,Alford Lake Camp, Hope,ME,207-799-3005,207-785-5290,info@alfordlakecamp.com,http://www.alfordlakecamp.com,"
2718,Camp Tel Noar, Hampstead,NH,508-881-1002,508-881-1006,mlbutter@cohencamps.org,http://www.camptelnoar.org,
2719,Manitou, Oakland,ME,800-326-1916,212-496-1184,mailbox@campmanitou.com,http://www.CampManitou.com,Jon D
2721,Camp Agawam, Raymond,ME,207-627-4780,207-627-8003,capt@campagawam.org,http://www.campagawam.org,Gar
2727,Camp Downer, Sharon,VT,802-796-3636,,director@campdowner.com,http://www.campdowner.com,Harold Mitchell,
2729,Lotus Lake Camp, Williamstown,VT,413-773-7205,,jfmilne@aol.com,http://www.central-vt.com/web/lotuslake,John or
2733,YMCA Camp Hi-Rock, Mount Washington,MA,413-528-1227,413-528-4234,info@camphirock.org,http://www.camphiro
2737,Camp Matoaka, Smithfield,ME,781-449-0222,,jason@matoaka.com,http://www.matoaka.com,Leslie & Jason Silberman
2740,Pemigewassett, Marlborough,NH,717-243-2826,717-245-1942,danny@pemi100.com,http://www.CampPemi.com,Dann
2745,Belmont Day School Summer Session, Belmont,MA,617-484-3078,617-489-1942,bkelder@belmontday.org,http://www
2746,Easter Seals Camp Hemlocks, Hebron,CT,860-228-9496 x 200,860-228-2091,jperson@eastersealscfc.org,http://www.ct
2748,Winona Camps For Boys, Bridgton,ME,207-647-3721,207-647-2750,information@winonacamps.com,http://www.winon
2749,Camp WorldLight, Marianna,FL,904-596-3140,904-596-4474,awilson@flbaptist.org,,Anne Wilson," Christian girls camp
2751,Wing Duxbury Stockade, Duxbury,MA,781-834-2700,781-834-2701,registrar@crossroads4kids.org,http://www.crossroa
2752,Camp Cedar, Casco,ME,617-277-8080,617-277-1488,campcedar@aol.com,http://www.campcedar.com,"Jeff Hacker, Su
2754,S J Riding Camp, Ellington,CT,860-872-4742,860-870-4914,julie@sjridingcamp.com,http://www.sjridingcamp.com,Pat H
2759,Covenant Harbor Bible Camp and Retreat Center, Lake Geneva,WI,262-248-3600,262-248-6814,office@covenantharbor
2760,Glen Brook, Marlborough,NH,603-876-3342,603-876-3763,glenbrook@glenbrook.org,http://www.glenbrook.org,Twain
2761,Sonoma County YMCA Olivet Sports, Santa Rosa,CA,707-544-1829,707-544-4432,,http://www.scfymca.org/programssu
2763,Camp Massasoit, Springfield,MA,413-750-5011,413-750-5012,aveatch@spfldcol.edu,http://www.spfldcol.edu,Ben Tayl
2766,Agassiz Village, Poland,ME,781-860-0200,781-860-0352,csimmonds@agassizvillage.org,http://www.agassizvillage.org,L
2767,YMCA Camp Foss, Strafford,NH,603-232-8642,603-623-5934,jkimball@yogm.org,http://www.campfoss.org,Molly Reev
2770,Camp Arcadia Inc, Casco,ME,973-538-5409,973-540-1555,office@camparcadia.com,http://www.camparcadia.com,Ann
2772,Sharon Country Day Camp, Walpole,MA,781-784-3057,781-784-4139,SCDCC@AOL.Com,http://www.sharoncountryday
2777,Tohkomeupog, Madison,NH,603-367-8362,603-367-8664,tohko@tohko.com,http://www.tohko.com,Andrew Mahoney
2779,Tamarack Farm, Plymouth,VT,802-422-3761,802-422-8660,info@farmandwilderness.org,http://www.farmandwilderne
2780,Camp Sebago The Salvation Army, Sebago Lake,ME,207-774-6304,207-774-3483,brett_demichael@use.salvationarmy.o
2782,Laurel South, Casco,ME,352-331-4600,352-331-0014,fun@camplaurelsouth.com,http://www.camplaurelsouth.com,Ro
2783,Camp Calumet Lutheran, West Ossipee,NH,603-539-4773,603-539-5343,karl@calumet.org,http://www.calumet.org,Ka
2786,Winnetaska, Ashland,MA,617-350-8335,617-350-5246,mstrom@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.ptgirlscouts.org
2787,Camp Nashoba North, Raymond,ME,978-486-8236,978-952-2442,info@campnashoba.com,http://www.campnashoba.c
2789,Sonoma County YMCA Prestwood Day, Sonoma,CA,707-544-1829,707-544-4432,,http://www.scfymca.org/programssu
2793,Katoya Day Camp, Milford,CT,203-334-3145,203-696-3821,mhansen@hcgs103.org,http://www.gsofhousatonic.org/cam
2794,Aloha Hive, Fairlee,VT,802-333-3420,802-333-3404,kathy_plunkett@alohafoundation.org,http://www.alohafoundation
2797,Camp Honor, Payson,AZ,602-955-3947,602-955-1962,director@hemophiliaz.org,http://www.hemophiliaz.org,Alexis Ch
2798,Forest Acres Camp for Girls, Fryeburg,ME,516-684-9407,516-684-9430,neal@indianacres.com,http://www.forestacres.
2799,Indian Acres Camp for Boys, Fryeburg,ME,516-684-9407,516-684-9430,neal@indianacres.com,http://www.indianacres.
2800,Meadowbrook Day Camp, Weston,MA,781-647-0546,781-894-0557,camp@meadowbrook-ma.org,http://www.meadow
2801,Darrow Wilderness Trip Camp, Grand Lake Stream,ME,888-854-0810,,info@darrowcamp.org,http://www.darrowcamp.
2802,Betsey Cox, Pittsford,VT,866-213-4717,802-483-6544,betcoxct@aol.com,http://www.campbetseycox.com,Lorrie Byrom
2803,Runels, Pelham,NH,617-482-1078,,mstrom@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.girlscoutseasternmass.org,Rebecca
2804,Camp Top of the Pines, Bear Mountain,NY,212-765-4420,973-838-7534,sandi@vacamas.org,http://www.vacamas.org,S
2810,San Diego Youth Aquatics Center, San Diego,CA,619-298-6121 x231,619-682-3858,sdiccamp@scouting.org,http://camp
2813,Cedar Hill Day Camp, Waltham,MA,781-642-5765,781-893-0022,mstrom@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.girlsc
2817,Camp Bernadette, Wolfeboro,NH,603-364-5851,603-384-5038,gplanchet@diocamps.org,http://www.diocamps.org,Sue
2818,Camp Fatima, Gilmanton Iw,NH,603-364-5851,603-364-5038,gplanchet@campsfatimabernadette.org,http://www.cam
2821,Camp Wekeela, Hartford,ME,207-224-7878,207-224-7999,ephram@campwekeela.com,http://www.campwekeela.com
2823,Mansfield's Holiday Hill Day Camp, Mansfield Center,CT,860-423-1375,860-456-2444,dudley.hamlin@snet.net,http://w
2830,Camp Chewonki for Boys, Wiscasset,ME,207-882-7323,207-882-4074,camp@chewonki.org,http://www.chewonki.org,G
2832,Camp Takodah, Richmond,NH,603-352-0447,603-352-0516,info@cheshireymca.org,http://www.camptakodah.org,Willi
2839,Indian Brook, Plymouth,VT,802-422-3761,802-422-8660,info@farmandwilderness.org,http://www.farmandwilderness.
2840,Keewaydin Dunmore, Salisbury,VT,802-352-4770,802-352-4772,info@keewaydin.org,http://www.keewaydin.org,Peter
2849,Maine Teen Camp, Porter,ME,207-625-8581,207-625-8738,mtc@teencamp.com,http://www.teencamp.com,"Monique
2852,Mensch Mill, Alburtis,PA,610-845-7013,,info@menschmill.org,http://www.menschmill.org,Jeremy Force,
2856,JCC Maccabi Camp Kingswood, BRIDGTON,ME,617-244-5124,617-244-1289,info@kingswood.org,http://www.jccmacca
2862,Camp Tevya, Brookline,NH,508-881-1002,508-881-1006,tevya@cohencamps.org,http://www.cohencamps.org,Pearl Lo
2866,The Barton Center, North Oxford,MA,508-987-2056 x201,508-987-2002,info@bartoncenter.org,http://www.bartoncen
2868,Canonicus Camp And Conference, Exeter,RI,800-294-6318,401-294-7780,camp@canonicus.org,http://www.canonicus.o
2880,The Pines Catholic Camp, Big Sandy,TX,214-522-6533,214-522-2600,cray@thepines.org,http://www.thepines.org,John
2887,Candlewood, New Fairfield,CT,203-762-5557,203-762-0688,agair-macmichael@gsofct.org,,Karen Wenz," Great staff. Su
2895,SeaWorld Adventure Camps, San Antonio,TX,210-523-3608,210-523-3898,ann.quinn@seaworld.com,http://www.seaw
2899,Catalina Sea Camp, Avalon,CA,909-625-6194,909-625-7305,rturner@guideddiscoveries.org,http://www.catalinaseacam
2911,Ewalu Camp and Retreat Center, Strawberry Point,IA,563-933-4700,563-933-6022,camp@ewalu.org,http://www.ewalu
2930,Aldersgate Center, Newton,NJ,732-359-1000,609-893-0472,tgoodwin@gnjumc.org,http://www.aldersgatenj.com,, Chri
2932,LakeView Day Camp, East Brunswick,NJ,732-821-8933,732-821-9456,info@LakeViewDayCamp.com,http://www.LakeVi
2933,Camp Neosa The Salvation Army, Carrollton,OH,216-861-8185,330-735-2815,pheming@usa.salvationarmy.org,http://w
2936,Arrowhead, Stevenson,WA,509-427-5229,509-427-4229,arrowhead@girlscoutsosw.org,http://www.girlscoutsosw.org,M
2944,Living Waters, Schellsburg,PA,814-733-4212,814-733-4909,lvngwtrs@embarqmail.com,http://www.livingwaterscamp.o
2953,Camp Good Days & Special Times, Branchport,NY,585-624-5555,585-624-5799,info@campgooddays.org,http://www.ca
2954,Camp Phoenix, Como,MS,901-278-2947,901-274-5460,davidk@bgcm.org,http://www.bgcm.org,David Keigan, Resident
2955,Tilikum Center for Retr/Outdr Min, Newberg,OR,503-538-2763,503-538-7536,tilikum@georgefox.edu,http://www.cam
2956,Camp McCall, Sunset,SC,864-878-6025,864-878-0011,campmcall@yahoo.com,http://www.scbaptist.org/campmccall,N
2959,Riverlea, Bahama,NC,919-477-8739,,Canfa14@aol.com,,Joe Harris," Traditional program, excellent facilities, individual s
2967,Camp Oak Spring, Somerset,NJ,732-469-6061,732-821-4211,vallen@gscsnj.org,http://www.gscsnj.org,Ginger Haithcox,
2970,Camp By The Sea, Margate City,NJ,609-822-1167,609-822-9419,camp@jccatlantic.org,http://www.campbythesea.org,J
2973,Catholic Charities Camp Happiness, Wiloughby Hls,OH,216-334-2963,216-344-2905,mjscott@clevelandcatholiccharities
2975,Camp Gray, Reedsburg,WI,608-356-8200,608-356-5855,bigfun@campgray.com,http://www.campgray.com,Jeff and Re
2977,Camp Starlight, Starlight,PA,877-875-3971,561-296-1002,info@campstarlight.com,http://www.campstarlight.com,Davi
2982,Lutheran Outdoor Ministries Center, Oregon,IL,815-732-2220,815-732-7282,lomc@essex2.com,http://www.lomc.org,R
2987,Ivy League Day Camp, Manalapan,NJ,732-446-7035,732-446-5623,marissa@ivyleaguedaycamp.com,http://www.ivyleag
2988,Camp Wingate Kirkland, Yarmouth Port,MA,888-714-2267,508-362-1614,office@campwk.com,http://www.campwk.co
2993,Bothin, Fairfax,CA,510-562-8470,510-633-7925,camp@girlscoutsnorcal.org,http://www.girlscoutsbayarea.org,Jill Casey
2994,Cedarbrook Camp Southern California, Angelus Oaks,CA,909-866-9366,,info@cedarbrookcampca.org,http://www.cedar
2999,YMCA Camp Dudley, Naches,WA,509-972-5271,,mrusch@yakimaymca.org,http://www.yakimaymca.org,Matt Rusch," L
3002,Champion Day Camp, New City,NY,845-356-5005,845-356-5009,champion@championdaycamp.com,http://www.cham
3004,Border View YMCA, San Diego,CA,619-428-1168,619-428-4691,rmessina@ymca.org,http://www.borderview.ymca.org,
3017,Camp Metro, San Jose,CA,408-287-4170,408-287-8025,camp@girlscoutsnorcal.org,http://www.camprocks.org,," Them
3021,Congressional Camp, Falls Church,VA,703-533-9711,703-533-8231,info@congocamp.org,http://www.congocamp.org,D
3037,La Jolla YMCA, La Jolla,CA,858-453-3483,858-452-3761,kdickens@ymca.org,http://lajolla.ymca.org,Grace Ihn, Day camp
3041,Camp Schodack, Nassau,NY,781-444-5520,781-444-5589,camp@schodack.com,http://www.schodack.com,Dr Paul Krou
3043,Camp Tawonga, Groveland,CA,415-543-2267,415-543-5417,jamie@tawonga.org,http://www.tawonga.org,Jamie Simon
3045,Palomar Family YMCA Day Camp, Escondido,CA,760-745-7490,760-745-7942,jchamberlin@ymca.org,http://palomar.ym
3048,Ipswich River Day Camp, Topsfield,MA,978-887-9264,978-887-0875,ipswichriver@massaudubon.org,,Scott Santino," Th
3049,Deer Mountain Day Camp, Pomona,NY,845-354-2727,845-354-5248,info@deermountaindaycamp.com,http://www.de
3053,Pioneer Trails Day Camp, Caldwell,NJ,973-992-7500,,jbrowne@metroymcas.org,http://www.westessexymca.org,Joanne
3054,Arcadia Nature Day Camp, Easthampton,MA,413-584-3009,413-584-0250,arcadia@massaudubon.org,http://www.mas
3082,Great South Bay YMCA Day Camp, Bay Shore,NY,631-665-4255,631-665-4261,Debbieymca@aol.com,http://www.ymca
3087,Midsouth Covenant Camp, San Antonio,TX,210-276-0695,,ndieckow@satx.rr.com,,Dale Lusk," A Christian camp providin
3089,Fort Lone Tree, Capitan,NM,505-354-4265,505-354-5301,nmfort@lonetree.org,http://www.lonetree.org,Eric McNama
3090,Beaver Camp, Lowville,NY,315-376-2640,315-376-7011,info@beavercamp.org,http://www.beavercamp.org,Mike Judd,
3100,Timber Trails Camp, Tolland,MA,860-522-0163,860-548-0325,vrykowski@gsofct.org,,Valorie Rykowski,
3103,Belvoir Terrace Arts Center, Lenox,MA,212-580-3398,212-579-7282,info@belvoirterrace.com,http://www.belvoirterrac
3105,International Riding Camp, Greenfield Park,NY,845-647-3240,845-647-3286,arnomares1@mac.com,http://www.horser
3106,Sonoma County YMCA Hahn Elementary, Rohnert Park,CA,707-544-1829,707-544-4432,,http://www.scfymca.org/progr
3117,4-H Rural Life Center, Halifax,NC,252-583-1821,252-583-1683,joe_long@ncsu.edu,http://www.halifaxnc.com/4hrurallif
3131,WOW SW Virginia Youth Camp, Thaxton,VA,540-989-6109,540-989-6103,skoebel@woodmen.org,http://www.woodme
3132,Camp Hillard, Scarsdale,NY,914-949-8857,914-949-5843,camp@camphillard.com,http://www.camphillard.com,Jon & Ji
3134,Aldersgate, Carrollton,OH,330-627-4369,330-627-6368,info@campaldersgate.org,http://www.campaldersgate.org,Eric
3138,Asbury, Hiram,OH,330-569-3171,330-569-3148,campasbury@alltel.net,http://www.campasbury.org,William Graham,"
3140,Christikon, Mc Leod,MT,406-656-1969,406-656-1969,christikon@aol.com,http://www.christikon.org,Robert L Quam," S
3141,Becket Day Camp, Becket,MA,413-623-8991,,ncabelka@bccymca.org,http://www.bccymca.org,Steven Hamill," Our cam
3147,Peninsula Family YMCA, San Diego,CA,619-226-8888,619-226-1675,ljleszczynski@ymca.org,http://www.peninsula.ymca
3149,Camp Au Sable, Grayling,MI,989-348-5491,989-348-5934,,,Kenneth Micheff,
3152,Camp Judaea, Hendersonville,NC,404-634-7883,404-325-2743,info@campjudaea.org,http://www.campjudaea.org,Sand
3157,Cross Roads Camp, Port Murray,NJ,908-832-7264,908-832-6593,andrewmarie93@yahoo.com,http://www.crossroadsre
3159,Camp Courageous of Iowa, Monticello,IA,319-465-5916,319-465-5919,JMuellerleile@campcourageous.org,http://www
3166,Mill Road Day Camp, North Brunswick,NJ,732-821-9155,732-821-5196,jerry@millroaddaycamp.com,http://www.millro
3167,Covenant Point Bible Camp, Iron River,MI,906-265-2117,906-265-5123,cpbc@fast-air.net,http://www.cpbc.com,William
3170,Wonderland Camp Foundation, Rocky Mount,MO,573-392-1000,573-392-3605,info@wonderlandcamp.org,http://www
3176,SeaWorld Adventure Camps, Orlando,FL,866-479-2267,407-363-2399,SwfEdPrograms@Seaworld.com,http://www.swb
3181,Camp Bette Perot, Palestine,TX,972-349-2400,972-349-2499,cbrownlow@gsnetx.org,http://www.gsnetx.org,,
3186,Clemson University Outdoor Lab, Clemson,SC,864-646-7502,864-646-3620,cuolcamps-l@clemson.edu,http://www.clem
3188,Sertoma 4-H Center, Westfield,NC,336-593-8057,,keith_russell@ncsu.edu,http://www.campsertoma.org,Keith Russell,
3191,Girl Scout Camp Finbrooke, Rogersville,MO,417-862-0004,417-862-4120,info@campfinbrooke.org,http://www.campfin
3192,Oregon Camp Cedarbrook, Wamic,OR,541-969-2226,,info@oregoncampcedarbrook.com,http://www.oregoncampceda
3196,Camp Lake Stephens, Oxford,MS,662-234-3350,662-234-3883,cls@camplakestephens.com,http://www.camplakesteph
3204,ASCCA, Jacksons Gap,AL,256-825-9226,256-825-8332,matt@campascca.org,http://www.campascca.org,Matt Rickman,
3213,Jockey Hollow, Mendham,NJ,973-248-8200,973-248-8050,mlewis@gsnnj.org,http://www.gsnnj.org,Mary-Ann Lewis, Jo
3220,Staten Island Day Camp Inc, Staten Island,NY,800-301-2267,800-301-2267,sidaycamp@aol.com,http://www.statenislan
3221,Valley Trails Summer Camp, Tarzana,CA,818-345-3002,818-345-7880,info@valleytrails.com,http://www.valleytrails.com
3222,Camp America Day Camp, Chalfont,PA,215-822-6313,215-822-3444,campamerica@verizon.net,http://www.camp-ame
3224,Camp Northwood, Remsen,NY,315-831-3621,315-831-5867,gfelt@nwood.com,http://www.nwood.com,Gordie Felt," S
3226,Rolling Hills Country Day Camp, Freehold,NJ,732-308-0405,732-780-4726,info@rollinghillsdaycamp.com,http://www.ro
3229,Camp Jotoni, Warren,NJ,908-725-8544,908-753-7868,cjreagan@comcast.net,http://www.thearcofsomerset.org,Chris R
3234,Camp Sandy Cove, High View,WV,304-856-2959,304-856-1683,t.nielsen@sandycove.org,http://www.campsandycove.o
3237,Lutherdale Bible Camp Inc, Elkhorn,WI,262-742-2352,888-248-4551,lutherdale@lutherdale.org,http://www.lutherdale.
3240,Danbee for Girls, Hinsdale,MA,800-392-3752,413-655-2956,campdanbee@aol.com,http://www.campdanbee.com,Jay T
3242,Challenge Camp, Eastchester,NY,914-779-6024,914-793-2685,carole@challengecamps.com,http://www.challengecamp
3245,Windsor Mountain International, Windsor,NH,603-478-3166,603-478-5260,mail@WindsorMountain.org,http://www.W
3247,Camp Dark Waters, Medford,NJ,609-654-8846,609-654-2022,campdarkwaters@hotmail.com,http://www.campdarkwa
3257,Camp Huston, Gold Bar,WA,360-793-0441,360-793-3822,info@huston.org,http://www.huston.org,Bill Tubbs, Episcopal
3258,Si-La-Meo, Anchorage,AK,907-279-3551,907-278-9829,daycamp@campfireak.org,http://www.campfireak.org,Theresa
3259,Tall Pines Day Camp Inc, Williamstown,NJ,856-262-3900,856-262-0195,fun@tallpinesdaycamp.com,http://www.tallpine
3261,Camp Mountain Chai, Angelus Oaks,CA,858-499-1330,858-499-1331,info@campmountainchai.com,http://www.campm
3264,4-H Camp Ohio, St Louisville,OH,740-745-2194,740-745-3327,anthony.campohio@gmail.com,http://www.4hcampohio
3266,All Peoples Christian Center, Mentone,CA,213-747-6357,213-747-0541,jramos@allpeoplescc.org,http://www.allpeople
3267,Gold Country Lions Camp @ Ross Relles, Nevada City,CA,530-470-0413,,campinfo@lionswildcamp.org,http://www.cam
3279,Mid Hudson Valley Camp, Esopus,NY,845-384-6620,845-384-6479,esopusdon1@aol.com,http://www.esopuscamps.com
3281,4-H Camp Whitewood, Windsor,OH,440-272-5275,440-272-5276,campwhitewood@cfaes.osu.edu,http://www.4hcamp
3298,Peninsula Bay Cities Day Camp, Rancho Palos Verdes,CA,310-541-3664,310-541-3125,greg@pbcdaycamp.com,http://w
3299,Camp New Hope, McGregor,MN,952-852-0101,952-852-0123,fv@friendshipventures.org,http://www.friendshipventur
3309,Tamarack Camps, Ortonville,MI,248-647-1100,248-647-1493,rothfeder@tamarackcamps.com,http://www.tamarackcam
3312,Brantwood Camp, Peterborough,NH,603-924-3542,,info@brantwood.org,http://www.brantwood.org,Amy Willey," Bra
3314,Camp Hanes YMCA, King,NC,336-983-3131,336-983-4624,v.elliott@ymcanwnc.org,http://www.camphanes.org,Val Ellio
3317,Oak Crest Day Camp, Somerset,NJ,732-297-2000,732-821-5017,oakcrestdaycamp@aol.com,http://www.oakcrestdayca
3339,Tocaloma Summer Day Camp, Los Angeles,CA,310-399-2267,310-399-5198,campoffice@tocaloma.com,http://www.toc
3348,YMCA Camp Ernst, Burlington,KY,859-586-6181,859-586-6214,ce@myYcamp.org,http://www.ymcacampernst.org,Jon P
3356,YMCA Camp Loma Mar, Loma Mar,CA,650-879-0223,650-879-2101,kradmilovic@ymcaEastBay.org,http://www.camplo
3360,Camp Henry Kaufmann, Holmes,NY,212-645-4000,212-645-4599,jlynch@girlscoutsnyc.org,,Jean Lynch, Over 400 acres l
3362,Tripp Lake Camp, Poland,ME,207-998-4347,207-998-2073,leslie@tripplakecamp.com,http://www.tripplakecamp.com,L
3372,Camp Pine Valley, Meansville,GA,770-227-2524,770-228-2272,colson@gsatl.org,http://www.girlscoutsofgreateratlanta
3378,Thomas School Of Horsemanship, Melville,NY,631-692-6840,631-692-9536,tshcamp@optonline.net,http://www.tshcam
3379,Burnt Gin Camp, Wedgefield,SC,803-898-0455,803-898-0613,aimonemi@dhec.sc.gov,http://www.scdhec.gov/campbur
3383,Camp Operator Information, Camp Moshava of Wild Rose,WI,847-674-9733,847-674-9736,moshava@moshavawildrose
3390,Camp Mabo/Sound of Music, Guaynabo,PR,787-720-6801,787-731-1566,ama@coqui.net,,Lilliam B Consuegra, Happine
3392,Glen Spey, Glen Spey,NY,201-967-8100,201-967-7175,jsweeney@gsnnj.org,http://www.ocgsc.org/campsnj.htm,Joann S
3402,Camp Jaycee, La Jolla,CA,858-457-3030,858-450-6835,sandysr@lfjcc.com,,Sandy Siperstein Rafner," From 18-months to
3405,Cedarbrook Camp in Pennsylvania, Denver,PA,302-738-8186,302-738-8186,quail_ccpa@msn.com,http://www.cedarbro
3422,YMCA Camp Abe Lincoln, Blue Grass,IA,563-381-3053,563-381-3056,camp@scottcountyfamilyy.org,http://www.ymcac
3426,Lochearn Camp for Girls, Post Mills,VT,802-333-4211,802-333-4856,info@lochearncamp.com,http://www.lochearncam
3431,NeKaMo Camp - A Cedarbrook Camp, WARSAW,MO,913-764-7240,,dmorris1984@sbcglobal.net,http://www.nekamo.c
3437,Camp Stella Maris Inc, Livonia,NY,585-346-2243,585-346-6921,adam@campstellamaris.org,http://www.campstellamar
3447,Bear Creek Camp, Bear Creek,PA,570-472-3741,570-472-3742,youth@bearcreekcamp.org,http://www.bearcreekcamp.
3449,"Camp Shalom, Inc", Maquoketa,IA,563-323-2790,563-326-1422,office@campshalomia.org,,Rev. Eric Elkin, A Christ-cen
3453,CYO Camp Rancho Framasa, Nashville,IN,812-988-2839,812-988-4842,info@campranchoframasa.org,http://www.camp
3455,4-H Camp Middlesex, Ashby,MA,978-386-7704,978-386-7046,info@campmiddlesex.com,http://www.campmiddlesex.c
3472,Camp Kawanhee, Weld,ME,207-846-7741,207-846-7731,kawanhee@kawanhee.com,http://www.kawanhee.com,Pete
3474,Willow Springs Program Center, PRESCOTT,AZ,928-778-5127,928-708-9614,katiedailey@girlscoutsaz.org,http://www.gi
3475,Wa-Klo, Jaffrey,NH,516-747-1326,516-747-1328,info@campwaklo.com,http://www.campwaklo.com,Susan Chenet," W
3480,Center Church Camp Asto Wamah, Columbia,CT,860-649-8614,860-647-7810,ntmaclean@gmail.com,http://www.camp
3487,Camp Wayne for Boys and Girls, Preston Park,PA,516-889-3217,516-897-7339,info@campwaynegirls.com,http://www.
3491,Shetek Lutheran Ministries, Slayton,MN,507-763-3567,507-763-3567,marv@shetek.org,http://www.shetek.org,Marv N
3497,Sombrero Day Camp, Phoenix,AZ,602-253-6359,602-252-1159,davidrivera@girlscoutsaz.org,http://www.girlscoutsaz.or
3501,Twinlow, Rathdrum,ID,208-687-1146,208-687-2768,twinlowcamp@msn.com,http://www.twinlowcamp.com,Tyler Wag
3503,Miquon Day Camp, Conshohocken,PA,610-825-7767,610-828-6149,campdirector@miquon.org,http://www.miquonday
3505,Lazy F Camp and Retreat Center, Ellensburg,WA,509-962-2780,509-962-2781,office@lazyfcamp.org,http://www.lazyfca
3509,Ocean Park Retreat Center, Ocean Park,WA,360-665-4367,360-665-6579,fun@opretreat.org,http://www.opretreat.org
3513,Indianola Camp & Retreat Center, Indianola,WA,360-297-2223,,office@campindianola.org,http://www.gbgm-umc.org/c
3527,Camp Ruggles, North Scituate,RI,401-567-8914 Winter,,jkfield@cox.net,,James Field, Day camp for emotionally handica
3530,Makemie Woods, Barhamsville,VA,800-566-1496,757-566-8803,makwoods@makwoods.org,http://www.makwoods.or
3535,Millstone 4-H Center, Ellerbe,NC,910-652-5905,919-515-7812,rshutt@etinternet.net,http://www.nc4h.org/centers/mil
3536,Tanako, Hot Springs,AR,501-262-2600,501-262-9429,tanako@tanako.org,http://www.tanako.org,Becky Campbell,
3537,FONZ Nature Camp, Front Royal,VA,202-633-3037,202-673-4738,dannese@si.edu,http://www.fonz.org,Liz Dannes, FON
3541,Camp Jorn YMCA, Manitowish Waters,WI,715-543-8808,715-543-2390,sarahg@campjornymca.org,http://www.campjo
3542,Moose Hill Camp, Sharon,MA,781-784-5691,781-784-9153,kandberg@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org
3546,Joseph Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp, Little Rock,AR,501-821-3714,501-821-2629,JPKCamp@pfeifercamp.com,http://www.pfeif
3547,Swannanoa 4-H Camp, Swannanoa,NC,828-686-3196,919-515-7812,maggie@swan4h.org,http://www.swah4h.org,,
3554,Canadensis, Canadensis,PA,484-674-1941,215-572-8298,info@canadensis.com,http://www.canadensis.com,Brian Krug
3556,4-H Memorial Camp, Monticello,IL,217-762-2741,217-762-8613,sinclair@illinois.edu,http://www.4hmemorialcamp.ext
3558,Suttle Lake United Methodist, Sisters,OR,541-595-6663,541-595-2818,suttle@gocamping.org,http://www.gbgm-umc.o
3570,Rambling Pines Day Camp, Hopewell,NJ,609-466-1212,,funsummers@aol.com,http://www.ramblingpines.com,Robert J
3574,Camp A Lot, San Diego,CA,619-685-1175,619-234-3759,pals@arc-sd.com,,Lin Taylor, Summer resident camp for childre
3587,Deer Lake, Soda Springs,CA,510-562-8470,510-633-7925,camp@girlscoutsbayarea.org,http://www.girlscoutsbayarea.o
3593,Jewish Community Center Day Ca, Omaha,NE,402-334-6409,402-334-6466,lwine@jccomaha.org,,Laura Wine," Fun & ex
3602,YMCA Camp Cullen, Trinity,TX,713-758-9275,713-758-9278,lenm@ymcahouston.org,http://www.ymcacampcullen.org,
3603,Idyllwild Pines Camp And Conf, Idyllwild,CA,951-659-2605,951-659-5195,camp@idyllwildpines.com,http://www.idyllwi
3614,Teton Valley Ranch Camp, Jackson,WY,307-733-2958,307-733-0258,mailbag@tvrcamp.org,http://www.tvrcamp.org,To
3626,Florida Elks Youth Camp, Umatilla,FL,352-669-9443,352-669-7275,lynnwarburton@feyc.org,http://www.feyc.org,Lynn W
3633,Westview On The James Camp/Ret, Goochland,VA,804-457-4210,804-457-2178,wvcampdirector@hughes.net,http://w
3643,Leoni Meadows Camp, Grizzly Flats,CA,530-626-3610,530-626-8524,information@leonimeadows.org,http://www.leoni
3644,Sumatanga, Gallant,AL,256-538-9860,256-538-3714,gmattjohnson@sumatanga.org,http://www.sumatanga.org,, Suma
3648,Camp Tuckaho, Troy,MO,314-592-2300,314-214-3051,jmorgan@girlscoutsem.org,http://www.girlscoutsem.org,," Dabb
3654,Good Earth Village, Spring Valley,MN,507-346-2494,507-346-2035,info@goodearthvillage.org,http://www.goodearthvi
3673,Seton Summer Day Camp, Clarendon Hills,IL,630-654-0151,630-654-0182,school@montessorieca.org,http://www.seton
3674,Camp Chateaugay, Merrill,NY,800-431-1184,888-431-5267,hallyons@chateaugay.com,http://www.chateaugay.com,Ha
3676,Woodhaven Program Center, Lima,OH,419-225-4085,419-229-7570,keldaheitkamp@girlscoutsofwesternohio.org,http:/
3679,Riverwoods Christian Center, St Charles,IL,630-584-2222,630-584-2267,joelj@riverwoodschristiancenter.org,http://ww
3680,Charles Pearlstein, Prescott,AZ,480-951-0323,480-951-7150,camp@cbiaz.org,http://www.campcharlespearlstein.com/
3688,Plantation Farm Camp, Cazadero,CA,707-847-3494,707-847-3132,info@plantationcamp.com,http://www.plantationcam
3691,Blue Mountain Day Camp YMCA, Newton,NJ,973-209-9622,973-209-1483,ckoch@metroymcas.org,http://www.sussexc
3695,Chen-A-Wanda, THOMPSON,PA,201-391-2294,201-391-2295,jon@campcaw.com,http://www.campchen-a-wanda.com
3711,AJCC Milton Collins Day Camp, Knoxville,TN,865-690-6343,865-694-4861,smh721@aol.com,http://www.jewishknoxville
3716,Bishopswood, Hope,ME,207-772-1953,207-773-0095,georgia@bishopswood.org,http://www.bishopswood.org,Georgia
3738,Camp Whispering Pines, Independence,LA,504-733-8220,504-733-8219,apastor@gsle.org,http://www.gsle.org,Allison P
3740,Camp Gambill, Sumner,TX,972-922-0116,972-349-2498,gsoderstrom@gsnetx.org,http://gsnetx.org,,
3745,Akron Rotary Camp, Akron,OH,330-644-4512,330-644-1013,rotarycamp@akronymca.org,http://www.akronymca.org,D
3746,Dale Turner Family YMCA, Shoreline,WA,206-364-1700,206-363-3142,crobinson@seattleymca.org,http://www.shorelin
3747,Camp Hollymont for Girls, Asheville,NC,828-686-5343,828-686-7206,4info@hollymont.com,http://www.hollymont.com
3753,Camp Connri, Ashford,CT,860-543-8400,860-429-4189,dchilds@use.salvationarmy.org,,Capt David Childs," Activities inc
3754,Camp Gilmont, Gilmer,TX,903-797-6400,903-797-6400,cgilmontpc@aol.com,http://www.campgilmont.org,Thomas Tru
3756,Camp Frederick, Rogers,OH,330-227-3633,330-227-9005,info@campfrederickohio.com,http://www.lomocamps.org,Wi
3762,Blue Ridge Camp, Mountain City,GA,706-746-5491,305-532-3152,Campcbr@aol.com,http://www.BlueRidgeCamp.com,
3771,Camp Kostopulos, SALT LAKE CITY,UT,801-582-0700,801-583-5176,gethington@campk.org,http://www.campk.org,Gary
3777,Jamestown 4-H Center, Williamsburg,VA,757-253-4931,757-253-7231,ex266@vt.edu,http://www.ext.vt.edu/resources
3778,Camp Wood YMCA, ELMDALE,KS,620-273-8641,620-273-8676,ymca@campwood.org,http://www.campwood.org,Kenn
3781,Camp Fire USA Camp Fletcher, Bessemer,AL,205-428-1059,205-428-5405,info@campfire-al.org,http://www.campfire-a
3788,Camp Dudley at Kiniya YMCA, Colchester,VT,802-893-7850,802-893-7875,marnie@campdudley.org,http://www.campd
3791,Northshore YMCA Day Camp, Seattle,WA,425-485-9797,425-486-7757,twlehman@seattleymca.org,http://www.ysumm
3800,Carew, Makanda,IL,618-457-5596,,thunder1@accessus.net,,Dan Kingery, A Presbyterian Camp for Southeastern Illinois.
3805,Bethel Horizons, Dodgeville,WI,608-257-3577,608-257-4044,bhorizons@bethel-madison.org,http://www.bethel-madiso
3808,Drumlin Farm Day Camp, Lincoln,MA,781-259-2744,781-259-2423,drumlinfarmcamp@massaudubon.org,http://www.m
3813,J-CC Ranch Camp, Elbert,CO,303-316-6384,303-320-0042,dbird@jccdenver.org,http://www.ranchcamp.org,Miriam Shw
3814,Holiday Lake 4-H Education Center, Appomattox,VA,434-248-5444,434-248-6749,bbranch@vt.edu,http://www.holiday
3818,Bay View YMCA Summer Camp, Webster,NY,716-671-8414,716-671-7246,adamw@rochesterymca.org,,Adam Wallach,"
3819,Camp Nazareth, Mercer,PA,724-662-4840,724-662-3723,campnazareth@acrod.org,http://www.acrod.org,Rev Michael
3823,Camp Keystone, Agoura Hills,CA,818-889-2224,818-889-2416,info@campkeystone.com,http://www.campkeystone.com
3825,Greene Family Camp, Bruceville,TX,254-859-5411,254-859-5225,gfc@urj.org,http://www.greene.urjcamps.org,Louis J D
3829,Anita M Stone JCC Day Camp, Chicago,IL,773-753-3080,708-799-7673,jkramer@gojcc.org,,Joshua Kramer," Stone Camp
3830,Cedar Ridge, Louisville,KY,502-267-5848,502-267-0116,infocedarridgecamp@gmail.com,http://www.cedarridgecamp.c
3838,Lattof YMCA Day Camp, Des Plaines,IL,847-296-3376,847-296-9431,lattofdaycamp@ymcachgo.org,http://www.lattofym
3841,Camp Pelican, Greenwich,CT,203-622-6654,203-547-6198,info@pelicandaycamp.com,http://www.pelicandaycamp.com
3842,Windells Camp, Welches,OR,503-622-3736,503-622-4582,info@windells.com,http://www.windells.com,,
3843,Montgomery Presbyterian Center, Starke,FL,352-473-4516,352-473-4723,info@montgomerycenter.org,http://www.mo
3847,Wisconsin Badger Camp, Prairie Du Chien,WI,608-348-9689,608-348-9737,wiscbadgercamp@centurytel.net,http://www
3878,Park Shore Country Day Camp, Dix Hills,NY,631-499-8580,631-499-6917,info@parkshoredaycamp.com,http://www.par
3881,North Shore Day Camp, Glen Cove,NY,516-676-0904,516-676-0965,info@northshoredaycamp.com,http://www.northsh
3889,Timber Lake, Shandaken,NY,516-656-4200,516-656-4206,camptlc@camptlc.com,http://www.camptlc.com,Jay S. Jacob
3897,"Illinois Fire Safety Alliance Burn Camp I Am Me""""", Volo,IL,847-390-0911,847-390-0920,mwerder@ifsa.org,http://ww
3902,Pine Tree Camps, Boca Raton,FL,561-237-7310,561-237-7962,ddicerbo@lynn.edu,http://www.pinetreecamp.com,Dian
3906,High Meadows, Roswell,GA,770-993-7975,678-507-1189,camp@highmeadows.org,http://www.highmeadowscamp.org
3917,Camp La Jolla, La Jolla,CA,619-435-0808,,camp@camplajolla.com,http://www.camplajolla.com,Nancy Lenhart," Weight
3934,WOW N FL Youth Assoc, Hosford,FL,850-878-2564,850-878-8594,woodmencamp@yahoo.com,http://www.woodmenc
3943,Texas 4-H Conference Center, Brownwood,TX,325-784-5482,325-784-6486,dlocke@ag.tamu.edu,http://texas4h-ctr.tam
3945,Skyline Camp and Retreat Center, Almont,MI,810-798-8240,810-798-3680,matt@campskyline.org,http://www.campsky
3947,Camps R US Bellmore, Bellmore,NY,516-935-2267,516-937-1058,campsrus@gmail.com,http://www.campsrus.org,Robe
3949,Koinonia, Cle Elum,WA,509-674-5767,,noineman@starband.net,http://www.campkoinonia.org,Michael & Nancy O'Cain
3952,Agbu Camp Nubar, Delancey,NY,212-319-6383,212-486-6196,campnubar@campnubar.org,http://www.campnubar.org
3956,Camp Tekoa UMC, Hendersonville,NC,828-692-6516,828-697-2188,jjohnson@camptekoa.org,http://www.camptekoa.o
3961,Sonoma County YMCA Piner, Santa Rosa,CA,707-544-1829,707-544-4432,,http://www.scfymca.org/programssummerca
3962,Aspetuck, Weston,CT,203-762-5557,203-762-0688,linda.kalish@gscswct.org,,Jennifer Perry, Great staff. Supportive env
3965,Red Barn, Kirtland,OH,440-256-0716,440-256-3093,redoakcamp@lightstream.net,http://www.lightstream.net/~redoak
3966,Chincapin, Kirtland,OH,440-256-0716,440-256-3093,redoakcamp@lightstream.net,http://www.lightstream.net/~redoa
3970,Camp Woodbrooke, Richland Center,WI,608-647-8703,608-647-8703,director@campwoodbrooke.org,http://www.cam
3974,Frontier Camp, Grapeland,TX,936-544-3206,936-546-0341,info@frontiercamp.org,http://www.frontiercamp.org,Matt R
3980,Camp Lookout Inc, Rising Fawn,GA,706-820-1163,706-820-9911,info@camplookout.com,http://www.camplookout.com
3988,YMCA Camp Kresge, White Haven,PA,570-823-2191 x152,570-822-8221,katia.martin@wbymca.org,http://www.wbymc
3998,Camp Washington, Lakeside,CT,860-567-9623,860-567-3037,camp@ctdiocese.org,http://www.campwashington.org,Je
4012,Huntington Township YMCA Camp, Huntington,NY,631-421-4242,631-421-5807,dianeh@ymcali.org,http://www.ymcali
4014,Camp Fire USA Heart of the Hawkeye Day Camps, Des Moines,IA,515-274-1501,515-274-1502,campfire@campfireusaia
4021,Confrontation Point Ministries, Wilmore,KY,800-884-8483,931-484-8483,bathje@confrontationpoint.org,http://www.C
4026,Adventure Summer Camp, Manassas,VA,703-491-1444,703-491-0836,drharris@princewilliamacademy.com,http://www
4032,Jackie Robinson YMCA Day, San Diego,CA,619-224-0940,619-264-7356,kwilder@ymca.org,http://www.jackierobinson.y
4036,YMCA Buffalo Niagara Eggert Road Day Camp, Orchard Park,NY,716-662-9369,716-662-1222,lphillips@ymcabuffaloniag
4040,AYF-Camp Merrowvista, Center Tuftonboro,NH,603-539-6607,603-539-7504,hkiley@afy.com,http://www.ayf.com,Kris
4051,Camp Titan of Associated Students, Fullerton,CA,657-278-7736,657-278-7099,ctitan@fullerton.edu,http://asi.fullerton.
4060,Camp Operator Information, City of Lebanon,NH,603-448-5121,603-448-1496,k.flythe@lebcity.com,http://www.recrea
4062,Camp Gan Israel, San Diego,CA,858-566-1996,858-547-8078,dsmoller@chasd.org,http://www.cgisd.com,Rabbi David Sm
4073,Life Adventure Center of Bluegras, Versailles,KY,859-873-3271,859-873-2410,info@lifeadventurecenter.org,http://www
4081,Windridge at Teela Wooket, Roxbury,VT,802-860-2005,802-860-2004,tw@windridgecamps.com,http://www.windridgc
4093,Tallchief Girl Scout Camp, Tulsa,OK,918-749-2551,918-749-2556,camps@gseok.org,http://www.mecgs.org/mecgs/Cam
4096,Forrestel Riding & Sports Camp, Medina,NY,585-798-2222,585-798-0941,summer@forrestel.com,http://www.forrestel
4101,Templed Hills Camp, Bellville,OH,800-282-0740,614-885-8824,joyceo@ocucc.org,,Don Harding," Partnering with local c
4102,Pilgrim Hills Conference Center, Brinkhaven,OH,800-282-0740,614-885-8824,joyceo@ocucc.org,,Jeff Thompson," Partn
4103,Deer Crossing Camp Inc, Mokelumne Hill,CA,209-293-2328,209-293-2328,mail@deercrossingcamp.com,http://www.de
4105,Wawbansee, Simsboro,LA,318-868-7322,318-868-7560,mblakeley@girlscoutspinestogulf.org,http://www.pgscouncil.or
4110,Mount Ida Day Camp, Newton Center,MA,617-969-8334,617-928-4084,daycamp@mountida.edu,http://www.mountida
4120,Camp Allen Inc, Bedford,NH,603-622-8471,603-626-4295,info@campallennh.org,http://www.campallennh.org,Mary C
4126,Favorite, Brewster,MA,617-482-1078,617-350-5246,mstrom@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.ptgirlscouts.org,,"
4139,Kamp Kiwanis, Taberg,NY,315-336-4568,315-336-3845,kampkiwanis@mybizz.net,http://www.kiwanis-ny.org/kamp,Reb
4154,Brookhaven Roe YMCA, Holtsville,NY,631-289-4440,631-289-4451,debbieymca@aol.com,http://www.ymcali.org,Debor
4158,Camp Bonnie Brae, East Otis,MA,413-525-4124,413-525-5901,eowen@gscwm.org,http://www.gspv.org,Emily Bedaw, T
4160,Camp Hazen YMCA, Chester,CT,860-526-9529,860-526-9520,office@camphazenymca.org,http://www.camphazenymca
4162,Holiday Home Camp, Williams Bay,WI,262-245-5161,262-245-6518,jamie@holidayhomecamp.org,http://www.holidayh
4171,Princeton YMCA Discovery Camp, Princeton,NJ,609-497-9622 x236,609-497-9031,pzeger@princetonymca.org,http://w
4174,The Phoenix Ranch Day Camp, Simi Valley,CA,805-526-0136,805-526-5002,info@phoenixranch.org,http://www.phoenix
4176,Northwest YMCA Day Camp, Hilton,NY,585-723-5489,585-227-4829,erinb@rochesterymca.org,,Erin Berns," The Northw
4180,Lanakila, Fairlee,VT,802-333-3430,802-333-3404,barnes_boffey@alohafoundation.org,http://www.alohafoundation.or
4182,Camp Discovery, Junction City,KS,316-684-6091,316-684-5675,rmoreno@diabetes.org,http://www.diabetes.org,Lindse
4186,Kettleford, Bedford,NH,603-627-4158,603-627-4169,dthomas@girlscoutsgwm.org,http://www.girlscoutsgwm.org,Sand
4200,Pondicherry GS of Maine, Bridgton,ME,207-772-1177,207-874-2646,arandall@gsmaine.org,http://www.gskc.org,Daisy
4204,Camp Mechuwana, Winthrop,ME,207-377-2924,207-377-4388,mechuwana@gwi.net,http://www.mechuwana.org,Nor
4209,Camp Misty Mountain, Armuchee,GA,706-629-1030,706-629-2676,mgarza@gsgatl.org,http://www.gsgatl.org,cmmdire
4210,Birch Rock Camp, Waterford,ME,207-741-2930,207-741-2920,birchrock@birchrock.org,http://www.birchrock.org,Richa
4214,Jefferson Lakes Day Camp, Stanhope,NJ,973-376-1962,973-376-1965,info@jefflakecamp.com,http://www.jefflakecamp
4230,Camp Hale, Center Sandwich,NH,603-284-6494,617-375-8156,jcox@uses.org,,Jerrell Cox,
4243,TIC Summer Camp-MD, Bethesda,MD,703-241-5542,703-534-0616,ticcamp.md@gmail.com,http://www.ticcamp.com,D
4244,Bar T Ranch, Gaithersburg,MD,301-948-3819,301-948-1602,bchilders@bar-t.com,http://www.Bar-T.com,Brandon Child
4250,Camp Runoia, Belgrade Lakes,ME,207-495-2228,207-495-2287,info@runoia.com,http://www.runoia.com,Pamela Cobb
4254,Wildwood Ranch Christian Camp and Retreat Center, Ramona,CA,760-788-3311,760-789-5483,sdm-camp@usw.salvatio
4264,Birchwood Camp, Chugiak,AK,907-688-2734,907-688-2734,director@birchwoodcamp.org,http://www.birchwoodcamp
4265,Camp Hickory Hill, Columbia,MO,573-445-9146,,camphickoryhill@gmail.com,http://www.camphickoryhill.com,Ken Lur
4266,Bear Creek Aquatic Camp, Benton,KY,502-636-0900,502-634-0837,arehs@kyanags.org,http://www.kyanags.org,Karly B
4269,Camp Togowoods, Anchorage,AK,907-248-2250,907-243-4819,ablock@gsscak.org,http://www.girlscoutsalaska.org,Am
4270,YMCA Camp Belknap, Mirror Lake,NH,603-569-3475,603-569-1471,clarks@campbelknap.org,http://www.campbelknap
4276,Antiochian Village, Bolivar,PA,724-238-9565,724-238-6415,franthony@antiochianvillage.org,http://www.antiochianvilla
4282,Eau Claire Ymca Camp Manitou, New Auburn,WI,715-836-8460,715-836-8467,camp@eauclaireymca.org,http://www.yc
4290,Elliott P. Joslin Camps, Charlton,MA,508-987-2056,508-288-6663,bonny.huston@bartoncenter.org,,Stephen Woerner,"
4291,4-H Camp Shaw-Waw-Nas-See, Manteno,IL,815-933-3011,815-933-3028,ewever@campshaw.org,http://www.campsha
4296,Towanda, Honesdale,PA,845-639-4582,845-638-2194,mitch@camptowanda.com,http://www.camptowanda.com,Mitc
4297,Camp Wewa, Apopka,FL,407-886-1240,407-886-3736,rschellhase@cfymca.org,http://www.ymcawewa.org,Rich Schellh
4320,Lapham, Ashby,MA,781-834-2700,781-834-2701,austin@crossroads4kids.org,http://www.crossroads4kids.org,Austin G
4330,Rice Moody, Reading,MA,617-350-8335,617-350-5246,mstrom@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.ptgirlscouts.or
4352,Camp Ocean Pines, Cambria,CA,805-927-0254,805-927-2610,admin@campoceanpines.org,http://www.campoceanpine
4360,Flushing YMCA Sports Camp, Flushing,NY,718-961-6880,718-445-8392,jcavalcante@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.
4363,Camp Dogwood Summer Academy, Wolftown,VA,703-286-1414,703-286-1406,mrich@anbryce.org,http://www.campd
4366,WE Skelton 4-H Education Conference Center, Wirtz,VA,540-721-2759,540-721-2766,skelton4hcamp@vt.edu,http://ww
4370,Saltash Mountain Camp, Plymouth,VT,802-422-3761,802-422-8660,info@farmandwilderness.org,http://www.farmandw
4380,Salvation Army Camp Wonderland, Sharon,MA,339-502-5900,781-784-8286,jforster@use.salvationarmy.org,http://ww
4381,Holiday Hill Day Camp, Prospect,CT,203-387-2267,203-387-4432,director@holidayhilldaycamp.com,http://www.holida
4400,Virginia, Bolton,MA,857-453-5320,617-350-8335,mstrom@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.girlscoutseasternma
4402,Kingsley Pines Camp, Raymond,ME,207-655-7181,207-655-4121,info@kingsleypines.com,http://www.kingsleypines.com
4407,Mount Tom Day Camp, New Rochelle,NY,914-636-8130,914-576-3270,info@mounttomdaycamp.com,http://www.mou
4414,Camp Wah-Nee, Port Washington,NY,516-883-1285,516-883-9070,wahnee1042@aol.com,http://www.wahnee.com,,
4416,Camp Wepawaug, Milford,CT,203-878-6501,,nservas@cccymca.org,,Nicole Servas,
4420,Fleur-De-Lis Camp, Fitzwilliam,NH,603-585-7751,603-585-7751,fdl@fleurdeliscamp.org,http://www.fleurdeliscamp.org
4431,ADA Northern Illinois Resident Camps, Volo,IL,312-346-1805 x6567,312-346-5342,sapsey@diabetes.org,http://diabetes
4435,New England Music Camp, Sidney,ME,207-465-3025,207-465-9831,playatnemusiccamp@aol.com,http://www.nemusic
4441,Tanglewood 4-H Camp, Lincolnville,ME,207-789-5868,207-789-5220,jessica.decke@maine.edu,http://extension.umaine
4460,Fessenden Day Camp, West Newton,MA,617-630-2373,617-965-4074,psanderson@fessenden.org,http://www.fessend
4465,Project Morry, Glen Spey,NY,914-592-3055,914-592-2930,dream@projectmorry.org,http://www.projectmorry.org,Luke
4470,Avoda, Middleboro,MA,781-334-6275,781-334-4779,campavoda@aol.com,http://www.campavoda.org,Ken Shipman,"
4472,Camp Lohikan in the Pocono Mountains, Lake Como,PA,908-470-9317,908-470-9319,info@lohikan.com,http://www.loh
4480,Roaring Brook Camp for Boys, Bradford,VT,802-222-5702,802-786-0653,rainest@sover.net,http://www.roaringbrookca
4488,Melwood Recreation Center, Nanjemoy,MD,301-870-3226,301-870-2620,jrondeau@melwood.org,,Jonathon Rondeau,
4490,Camp Pembroke, Pembroke,MA,508-881-1002,508-881-1006,pembroke@cohencamps.org,http://www.cohencamps.o
4492,The Bridge Center, Bridgewater,MA,508-697-7557,508-697-1529,ahoward@TheBridgeCtr.org,http://www.TheBridgeCt
4494,WOW Blue Grass Youth Camp, Lexington,KY,859-272-5146,859-264-9697,aneely@woodmen.org,,Amanda Neely, Eligib
4495,Hidden Pines Ranch, Stillwater,MN,651-430-1282,,greggandrobin@hiddenpinesranch.com,http://www.HiddenPinesRan
4498,Talisman Programs, Zirconia,NC,888-458-8226,828-697-6249,info@talismancamps.com,http://www.talismancamps.com
4504,Camp Reach For The Sky, San Diego,CA,619-682-7427,619-296-0928,robby.medina@cancer.org,,Robby Medina, A summ
4530,Camp O-AT-KA, Sebago,ME,800-818-8455,207-787-3930,info@campoatka.com,http://www.campoatka.com,Bill Southw
4573,Emagination Computer Camps, Waltham,MA,877-248-0206,781-933-0749,camp@computercamps.com,http://www.co
4602,Florida Sheriffs Youth Camp, Barberville,FL,386-749-9999,386-749-9020,cwelbes@youthranches.org,http://www.youth
4610,Bauercrest, Amesbury,MA,978-443-0582,,rob@Bauercrest.org,http://www.bauercrest.org,Robert Brockman," Bauercre
4616,Adventureland Day Camp Inc, Bensalem,PA,215-757-9142,,adaycamp@aol.com,http://www.adventurelanddaycamp.co
4620,Seeds of Peace Interntnl Camp, Otisfield,ME,212-573-8040,212-573-8047,camp@seedsofpeace.org,http://www.seedso
4644,Breezy Point Day Camp Inc, Langhorne,PA,215-752-1987,215-750-9683,,http://www.breezypoints.com,Bill Wright Jr," F
4651,Briarwood Day Camp, Furlong,PA,215-598-7143,215-598-9813,mike@briarwood-camp.com,http://www.briarwood-cam
4670,Camp Natarswi, Millinocket,ME,207-989-7474,207-989-7478,arandall@gsmaine.org,http://www.girlscoutsofmaine.org
4742,Pocono Plateau Camp & Retreat, CRESCO,PA,570-676-3665,570-676-9388,camp@poconoplateau.org,http://www.poco
4783,Summit Camp, Honesdale,PA,973-732-3230,973-732-3226,info@summitcamp.com,http://www.summitcamp.com,Euge
4788,Camp Weequahic, Lakewood,PA,877-899-9695,570-798-2999,info@weequahic.com,http://www.weequahic.com,Cole &
4794,Lake Greeley Camp, Greeley,PA,800-743-6754,570-842-0410,info@lakegreeley.com,http://www.lakegreeley.com,Matt
4942,Camp Can Do, LEBANON,PA,717-533-6144,717-534-1075,lora.heck@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org,Tom Prader (wk
4989,Newtown Day Camp, Newtown,PA,215-860-1882,215-860-5081,gplatt@newtownswimclub.com,,Patrice Agger," Day ca
5089,Watershed, West Milford,NJ,973-697-9018,973-697-2192,jamesv@ci.newark.nj.us,http://www.ci.newark.nj.us/residen
5383,Camp Discovery, Gainesboro,TN,423-267-9718,423-265-7879,johng@caengrs.com,http://www.jayceescamp.org,Dawn
5421,Hendon, Shepherdsville,KY,502-452-6072,502-452-2705,ecrosby@diabetes.org,http://www.diabetes.org/adacamphend
5422,Camp YI, La Vergne,TN,615-459-3971,615-865-0094,campyidirector@gmail.com,http://www.campyi.org,Kim Hutchison
5425,Trade Winds Lake Camp Inc, Windsor,NY,732-446-9150,732-446-9150,michael@vacamas.org,http://www.vacamas.org,
5430,Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, Mountain Center,CA,310-268-8488,310-473-3338,brian@campronaldmcdona
5433,Sports & Arts Center at Island Lake, Starrucca,PA,212-753-7777,212-753-7761,islandlake@aol.com,http://www.islandla
5434,Harbor Hills Day Camp, Mount Freedom,NJ,973-895-3200,973-895-7239,info@hhdc.com,http://www.hhdc.com,Herb T
5436,Camp Hodia, Ketchum,ID,208-336-6829,208-322-0402,info@hodia.com,http://www.hodia.com,Don Scott," Sawtooth M
5441,Camp Paha, Lakewood,CO,303-987-4869,303-987-4803,marsno@lakewood.org,http://www.lakewood.org/camppaha,M
5447,Camp Thunderbird, Apopka,FL,407-889-8088,407-889-8072,camp@questinc.org,http://www.questinc.org,Robert Cage,
5471,The Barn Day Camp, Plymouth,VT,802-422-3761,802-422-8660,info@farmandwilderness.org,http://www.farmandwilde
5473,Reynoldswood Christ. Camp & Ret, Dixon,IL,815-284-6979,815-284-8915,reynoldswood@niccamp.org,http://www.nicc
5485,Camp Of The Rising Son, French Camp,MS,662-547-6169,662-547-6169,info@campoftherisingson.com,http://www.cam
5515,Sonlight Christian Camp, Pagosa Springs,CO,970-264-4379,970-264-4383,sonlight@sonlightcamp.org,http://www.sonlig
5535,Vanderbilt YMCA Summer Camp, New York,NY,212-912-2526,212-756-9901,vanderson@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymc
5552,Trailside Discovery, Anchorage,AK,907-274-5437,907-274-8733,trailside@akcenter.org,http://www.akcenter.org,Thom
5566,Willow Lake Day Camp, Lake Hopatcong,NJ,732-846-3811,,wsaiff@optonline.net,http://www.willowlakedaycamp.com,
5602,Whispering Oaks, Julian,CA,619-610-0813,619-298-2031,kkessler@girlscoutssdi.org,,Katie Miller," Mountain setting w/
5627,Autism Society Of NC- Camp Royall, Moncure,NC,919-542-1033,919-542-6343,dyell@autismsociety-nc.org,http://www
5641,Harker Summer Camp, San Jose,CA,408-553-0537,408-376-0283,campinfo@harker.org,http://www.summer.harker.org
5647,Bryn Mawr Camp, Honesdale,PA,973-467-3518,973-467-3750,jane@campbrynmawr.com,http://www.campbrynmawr.
5650,Coleman Country Day Camp, Merrick,NY,516-620-4300,516-620-4329,mailbox@colemancountry.com,http://www.cole
5668,Lutheran Hills, Morgantown,IN,317-253-3522,317-254-5666,lom-ik@juno.com,http://www.lomik.org,David Deckard, Lu
5719,New Life Ranch, Colcord,OK,918-422-5506,918-422-5644,scott@newliferanch.com,http://www.newliferanch.com,Davi
5743,Cookieland Girl Scout Camp, Oklahoma City,OK,405-528-3535,405-528-4475,Idreamofjeani28@aol.com,,Ann Matheny,
5770,Campfire USA Camp Cahito, San Diego,CA,619-291-8985,619-291-8988,kzolezzi-campfire@sbcglobal.net,http://www.ca
5776,YMCA Camp High Harbour Service, Clayton,GA,770-532-2267,770-287-0852,registration@highharbour.org,http://www
5786,Camp Heart O'Hills, Welling,OK,918-456-9882,918-453-2400,jeff.middleton@uss.salvationarmy.org,http://www.camph
5787,Central YMCA Day Camps, San Jose,CA,408-298-1717,408-298-3237,ssanchez@ymcasv.org,,Doreen Hassan," Age-segm
5789,Northwest YMCA Day Camp, Cupertino,CA,408-257-7160,408-257-6948,sippolito@ymcasv.org,http://www.ymcasv.org
5799,Land o' Sunshine Camp Cedarbrook, Dowling Park,FL,813-293-2267,813-949-7942,jfenby@edifymin.org,http://www.Ca
5948,Aldersgate Camp & Retreat Center, Greig,NY,315-364-8756,315-348-4279,info@aldersgateny.org,http://www.aldersga
5988,Spruce Lake Wilderness Camp, Canadensis,PA,570-595-7505,570-595-0328,,http://www.wildernesscamp.org,Mark Swa
6026,Upward Bound Camp/Evans Creek, Lyons,OR,503-897-2447,503-897-4116,upwardboundcamp@gmail.com,http://www
6038,Camp Cherokee, Blacksburg,SC,803-329-9622,803-327-9622,ctucker@upymca.org,http://www.campcherokee.org,Chet
6070,Center Day Camp, Portland,ME,207-772-1959,,cdc@mainejewish.org,,,
6089,Newport County Day Camps, Middletown,RI,401-847-9200,401-848-7521,mikem@newportymca.org,http://www.newp
6102,S-F Scout Ranch, Knob Lick,MO,314-361-0600,,bsens@stlbsa.org,http://www.stlbsa.org,Pat Martchink," Camp for Boy S
6106,Mt Crags Camp, Calabasas,CA,818-222-6327,818-222-6396,dmowery@pacbell.com,http://www.campmtcrags.com,Don
6108,Prude Ranch Summer Camp, Fort Davis,TX,432-426-4406,432-426-3502,camp@prude-ranch.com,http://www.prude-ra
6119,William Lawrence Camp, Center Tuftonboro,NH,603-569-3698,603-569-5468,wlc@worldpath.net,http://www.wlcamp.
6124,Wigwam, Waterford,ME,207-583-2300,207-583-6242,wigwam@maine.com,http://www.campwigwam.com,Robert W
6131,Scatico, Elizaville,NY,845-756-4040,845-756-2298,info@scatico.com,http://www.scatico.com,David Fleischner," The ski
6134,Wilbur Herrlich, Patterson,NY,845-878-6662,845-878-2030,Campherrlich@comcast.net,http://www.campherrlich.org,B
6141,Louise, Cascade,MD,410-466-9010,410-466-0560,airlou@airylouise.org,http://www.airylouise.org,Alicia Berlin," Camp
6188,Camp Okizu, Berry Creek,CA,415-382-9083,415-382-8384,suzie@okizu.org,http://www.okizu.org,Suzanne Randall, A sp
6202,Georgia Lions Camp For Blind, Waycross,GA,912-283-4320,912-283-5130,glcftb@bellsouth.net,http://www.glcb.org,Kri
6213,Princeton Blairstown Center, Hardwick,NJ,908-362-6765,908-362-7699,wardell@princeton.edu,http://www.princeton.e
6214,Brooks School Summer Programs, North Andover,MA,978-725-6253,978-725-6254,daycamp@brooksschool.org,http://
6221,"Camp Mataponi Management, LLC", Naples,ME,561-748-3684,561-748-5125,info@campmataponi.com,http://www.ca
6227,Camp Timberlake, Black Mountain,NC,828-669-8766,828-669-6822,email@camptimberlake.com,http://www.camptimb
6234,Tate's Day Camp, Knoxville,TN,865-690-9208,865-670-9229,info@tatescamp.com,http://www.tatescamp.com,Chris Str
6235,Amity Acres, Waretown,NJ,732-349-4499,732-349-4690,jbasilotto@mcgirlscouts.org,http://www.girlscoutsjs.org/amity
6236,Hofstra University Summer Camp, Hempstead,NY,516-463-4269,516-463-6114,ce-camps@hofstra.edu,http://hofstra.e
6239,SuperCamp, San Marcos,CA,760-722-0072,760-305-7766,chicka@supercamp.com,http://www.supercamp.com,Bobbi D
6243,FFA Camp Muskingum, Carrollton,OH,330-627-2208,330-627-4485,TDavis@wildblue.net,http://www.ffacamp.com,Tod
6244,Camp Jordan, Ellsworth,ME,207-667-8708,207-667-5834,mseile@bangory.org,http://www.campjordan.org,Jim Bentley
6246,WOW North MS Youth Camp, ACKERMAN,MS,662-842-9233,662-844-8738,jcarwile@woodmen.com,http://www.wood
6247,WOW ENC Woodmen Youth Camp, Dover,NC,252-523-1642,,epilson@woodmen.org,,Eric Pilson,
6248,WOW North Alabama Youth/Senior, Blountsville,AL,256-773-1313,256-773-1316,probertson@woodmen.org,,Norm Lov
6250,WOW RC Cliff Payne Youth Camp, Randleman,NC,336-547-8788,336-547-0713,dfullingim@woodmen.com,http://www
6251,WOW Camp Glynn South Georgia, Brunswick,GA,229-436-8496,229-438-8232,cfincher@woodmen.org,,Keith Reaves, C
6252,WOW Arkansas Youth Camp Inc, Clinton,AR,501-745-6930,,lharvey@woodmen.org,,Lamar Harvey, Camp offers fun fille
6255,WOW East Virginia Youth Camp, Crewe,VA,804-389-9691,,sherianderson@woodmen.com,http://www.woodmen.com,
6258,WOW Camp Christian, Gordon,GA,478-757-2205,478-757-1771,lrelifordjr@woodmen.org,,William Bailey, Open to Woo
6261,Athens Y Camp for Boys, Tallulah Falls,GA,706-754-6912,706-754-7014,ayc@athensycamps.org,http://www.athensycam
6267,Camp Summertime, Malibu,CA,818-706-7335,818-706-3099,info@campsummertime.com,http://www.campsummertim
6278,Camp Horizons, Livingston,NJ,973-992-7767,973-992-6997,camphorizons1983@yahoo.com,http://www.camphorizons.
6279,Magdalena Ecke YMCA Camps, Encinitas,CA,760-942-9622,760-944-9329,jlillie@ymca.org,http://ecke.ymca.org,,
6296,Mt Hood Kiwanis Camp, Rhododendron,OR,503-452-7416,503-452-0062,kristy@mhkc.org,http://www.mhkc.org,Kristy
6304,Camp Trinity, Salter Path,NC,252-247-5600,252-247-3290,camptrinity@trinityctr.com,http://www.trinityctr.com,Penn P
6308,Ramapo Country Day Camp, Airmont,NY,845-356-6440,845-356-0317,info@ramapocamp.com,http://www.ramapocam
6310,Camp Susquehannock For Girls, BRACKNEY,PA,866-482-2677,,info@susquehannock.com,http://www.susquehannock.co
6314,Camp Hertko Hollow, Boone,IA,352-750-6759,,camphertkohollow@aol.com,http://www.camphertkohollow.com,Vivian
6320,4-H Camp Palmer Inc, Fayette,OH,419-237-2247,419-237-2455,palm@cfaes.osu.edu,http://camppalmer.org/home/ind
6321,Camp Pacer, Savannah,GA,912-927-7089,912-927-9537,dducky712@aol.com,,Donna Stembridge," Building self-esteem
6330,Camp Courage North, Lake George,MN,218-266-3658,218-266-3458,camping@couragecenter.org,http://www.courage
6335,Lakeside Day Camp, Cockeysville,MD,410-252-2046,410-561-1560,,http://www.padoniaparkclub.com,Fred Rigger," Fun
6344,Sound View Camp, Longbranch,WA,253-884-9202,253-884-9137,info@soundviewcamp.com,http://www.soundviewcam
6345,Outside In School Inc, Bolivar,PA,724-837-1518,724-837-7680,mchenkel@hotmail.com,,Michael C Henkel, Year-round r
6353,Mountain Camp, Pollock Pines,CA,415-351-2267,415-351-3939,info@mountaincamp.com,http://www.mountaincamp.
6355,Mc Burney YMCA Day Camps, New York,NY,212-912-2300,212-741-8339,lharris@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.or
6362,Camp Sunrise, Port Deposit,MD,410-933-5139,410-931-6875,skelley@jhu.edu,,,
6370,Camp Woodmont, Cloudland,GA,706-398-0833,770-454-0123,campinfo@campwoodmont.com,http://www.campwood
6375,Holt Adoptee Camp, Eugene,OR,541-687-2202,541-683-6175,stevek@holtintl.org,http://www.holtinternational.org/cam
6380,Mount Luther, Mifflinburg,PA,570-922-1587,570-922-1118,cml@campmountluther.org,http://www.campmountluther.
6389,Camp MITIOG, Excelsior Springs,MO,816-630-3206,816-221-1420,midlands@midlandsmc.org,http://www.CampMITIOG
6397,Outlaw & Atlantic Mountain Ranches, Custer,SD,605-673-4040,605-673-3044,outlaw@losd.org,http://www.losd.org,M
6403,Catholic Youth Camp, McGregor,MN,651-636-1645,651-628-9323,office@cycamp.org,http://www.cycamp.org,Natalie K
6407,Camp North Star, Poland Spring,ME,207-998-4777,207-998-4722,sue@campnorthstarmaine.com,http://www.campnor
6409,Catch A Rainbow, Jackson,MI,517-332-2222,517-664-1497,kathleen.wilson@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org/campra
6411,Texas Elks Camp, Gonzales,TX,830-875-2425,830-875-5455,txelks@gvec.net,http://www.texaselks.org,Jennifer Anderso
6421,Camp Oak Hills, Harrison,MI,989-539-7267,,pgrubaugh@gshom.org,http://www.gshom.org,Pam Grubaugh," Beautiful,
6425,Waycross Camp, Morgantown,IN,812-597-4241,812-597-4291,info@waycrosscenter.org,http://www.waycrosscenter.o
6427,Camp Winnarainbow, Laytonville,CA,510-525-4304,510-528-8775,arainbow@mcn.org,http://www.campwinnarainbow
6473,International Music Camp Inc, Dunseith,ND,701-263-4211,701-263-4212,info@internationalmusiccamp.com,http://ww
6500,Camp Bon Coeur Inc, Lafayette,LA,337-233-8437,337-233-4160,info@heartcamp.com,http://www.heartcamp.com,Susa
6538,West Side YMCA, New York,NY,212-912-2666,212-580-0441,nbristol@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org/westside
6546,Camp Hob?, Salt Lake City,UT,801-631-2742,,wapitimama@camphobekids.org,http://www.camphobekids.org,Christina
6552,WOW Keystone Youth Camp Inc, Pitman,PA,570-648-4605,570-648-3095,rmervine@woodmen.org,,Roger Mervine,
6559,Sandy Creek Day Camp, Athens,GA,706-613-3615,706-613-3618,randysmith@co.clarke.ga.us,http://www.sandycreekna
6561,WOW South Carolina Youth Camp, Patrick,SC,803-788-6912,803-736-5099,south_carolina@woodmen.com,http://www
6566,Camp Live Oak Ft Lauderdale FL, Fort Lauderdale,FL,954-491-2917,954-491-2297,info@campliveoakfl.com,http://www
6568,Aldersgate Retreat Center, Pacific Palisades,CA,310-454-6699,310-459-9934,chris@aldersgateretreat.org,http://www.a
6571,Discovery Day Camp Inc, Lincolnshire,IL,847-367-2267,847-367-4202,ilise@campdiscovery.com,http://www.campdisco
6582,The Hole In The Wall Gang Camp, Ashford,CT,860-429-3444,860-429-7295,ashford@holeinthewallgang.org,http://www
6583,Camp Inawendiwin, Tabernacle,NJ,856-795-1560,856-354-8425,vallen@gscsnj.org,,HL Ransom," Located in Pine Barren
6584,City of Bellaire Day Camp, Bellaire,TX,713-662-8280,713-662-8295,,,Buster Adams," Bellaire Day Camps provide quality
6597,Gretna Glen Camp, Lebanon,PA,717-273-6525,717-273-6045,director@gretnaglen.org,http://www.gretnaglen.org,Apry
6598,Camp Sugar Pine, Camp Connell,CA,510-562-8470,510-633-7925,camp@girlscoutsbayarea.org,http://www.girlscoutsba
6605,Columbia Association Camps, Columbia,MD,410-715-3168,410-715-3043,Info@ColumbiaAssociation.com,http://www.c
6612,Camp Magruder, Rockaway,OR,503-355-2310,503-355-8701,director@campmagruder.org,http://www.campmagruder
6620,Barbara C Harris Camp, Greenfield,NH,603-547-3400,603-547-3038,camp@bchcenter.org,http://www.bchcenter.org,,"
6622,Misty Meadows, Conroe,TX,713-292-0300,713-292-0330,gbarrett@sjgs.org,http://www.gssjc.org,Kimberly Rose," Camp
6627,Camp La Vida, Winnsboro,SC,803-765-0030,803-635-6608,cindyskelton@scbaptist.org,http://www.scwmu.org,Cindy Ch
6646,Yaiewano Program Center, Auburn,NY,315-539-5085,315-539-8783,jferner@gsnypenn.org,http://www.girlscoutsseven
6647,Meadowbrook Country Day Camp, Long Valley,NJ,908-876-3429,908-876-4635,info@meadowbrookdaycamp.com,http
6650,Mountain Camp Woodside, Portola Valley,CA,650-576-2267,415-351-3939,info@mountaincampwoodside.com,http://w
6653,Camp Westmont, Poyntelle,PA,516-771-3660,,info@campwestmont.com,http://www.campwestmont.com,Moskowitz
6656,Lakewood YMCA Day Camp, Lakewood,CA,562-425-7431,562-425-5451,chanelle.collo@lbymca.org,http://www.lbymca
6657,Los Cerritos YMCA Day Camp, Bellflower,CA,562-496-2756,562-925-2191,camp@lbymca.org,,Jeremy Echnoz," Develop
6659,Fairfield Family YMCA Day Camp, Long Beach,CA,562-496-2756,562-425-1169,jeff.darling@lbymca.org,http://www.lbym
6661,CYO Camp Hamilton, Monroe,WA,206-382-4562,206-903-4627,cyo@seattlearch.org,http://www.seattleoyyam.org,Me
6666,Camp Fire USA Day Camps, Seattle,WA,206-461-8550,206-525-3351,info@campfire-usa.org,http://www.campfire-usa.o
6671,The Summer Camp Inc, Washington,ME,207-647-5278,207-647-5278,thesummercamp@verizon.net,http://www.thesu
6674,Recreation Unlimited, Ashley,OH,740-548-7006,740-747-3139,phuttlin@recreationunlimited.org,http://www.recreatio
6679,Spring Lake Day Camp, Ringwood,NJ,973-831-9000,973-831-9174,info@springlakedaycamp.com,http://www.springlake
6680,Summer Impressions Day Camp, W Bloomfield,MI,248-661-3630,248-357-3626,summerimpress@aol.com,http://www.
6681,YMCA at Glen Cove Day Camp, Glen Cove,NY,516-671-8270,516-671-8275,peterf@ymcali.org,http://ymcali.org/gcy/day
6682,Mid Island Y JCC, Wheatley Heights,NY,516-822-3535,516-822-3288,jhenkel@miyjcc.org,http://www.miyjcc.org,Joshua
6692,YMCA Camp H R Erdman, Waialua,HI,808-637-4615,808-637-8874,trapine@ymcahonolulu.org,http://www.camperdma
6696,Ridgewood YMCA, Ridgewood,NY,718-821-6271,718-417-3427,cinniss@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org,Christin
6699,Forest Home - Mill Creek, Forest Falls,CA,909-389-2300,909-389-2212,stanw@foresthome.org,http://www.foresthome
6705,Camp Challenge, New Orleans,LA,504-495-6346,,campdirector@campchallenge.org,http://www.campchallenge.org,Ca
6715,Albrecht Acres of the Midwest, Sherrill,IA,563-552-1771,563-552-2732,drahe@albrechtacres.org,http://www.albrechta
6721,Pictured Rocks UM Camp, Monticello,IA,319-465-4194,319-465-6022,picturedrocks.camp@iaumc.org,http://www.pictu
6737,Red Willow Bible Camp, Binford,ND,701-676-2681,701-676-2680,redwillow@mlgc.com,http://www.redwillowbiblecam
6785,Campus Kids - NJ, Blairstown,NJ,973-845-9260,973-845-9262,cknewjersey@campuskids.com,http://www.campuskids.c
6978,Camp Hoffman, West Kingston,RI,401-331-4500,401-421-2937,lpansa@gsri.org,http://www.gsri.org,Amber Fearn," Situ
7004,Kettle Run, Medford,NJ,856-697-3900,856-697-2119,lwolfhope@gscsnj.org,http://www.gscsnj.org,," All girl camp, in M
7007,Koinonia Community, Highland Lake,NY,845-557-8335,845-557-0517,mary.clayton@koinoniany.org,http://www.koinon
7008,CYO Camp Don Bosco, Carnation,WA,206-274-3186,206-903-4627,cyo@seattlearch.org,http://www.seattleoyyam.org,J
7012,CYC - Camp Rosenthal, Dowagiac,MI,269-424-5272,269-424-3252,lee@chicagoyouthcenters.org,http://www.chicagoyo
7015,Rosmarins Day Camp, Monroe,NY,845-783-7222,845-782-7038,rosmarin57@optonline.net,http://www.rosmarinsdayca
7020,Camp Can Do, Kulpsville,PA,215-368-7000,215-368-1199,kbrooks@easterseals-sepa.org,http://www.easterseals-sepa.o
7021,Camp Sisol - JCC, Honeoye Falls,NY,585-461-2000,585-461-0805,campsisol@jccrochester.org,http://www.campsisol.org
7025,Westminster Highlands Camp, Emlenton,PA,724-738-0058,724-794-6685,capnwp@shenango.org,http://www.capnwp.
7038,Camp Scherman, Mountain Center,CA,949-461-8800,949-461-8884,efrederick@gscoc.org,http://www.gscoc.org,Elizabe
7040,Stevens Ranch On The Brazos, Nemo,TX,817-737-7272,817-732-1261,hvose@gs-top.org,,Heidi Vose," Rustic setting wit
7042,Camp Kamaji, Cass Lake,MN,218-335-6612,218-987-2122,mike@kamaji.com,http://www.kamaji.com,Mike & Kathy Jay
7043,LA County 4-H Summer Camp, Crestline,CA,323-260-3857,323-260-5271,kcnathaniel@ucdavis.edu,,,
7049,Hidden Valley Camp, Freedom,ME,800-922-6737,207-342-5685,summer@hiddenvalleycamp.com,http://www.hiddenv
7052,Don Lee Center, Arapahoe,NC,800-535-5475,919-249-0497,john@donleecenter.org,http://www.donleecenter.org,"Rev
7053,Camp Kingsmont, Amherst,MA,703-288-0047,703-288-0075,meghan@campkingsmont.com,http://www.campkingsmo
7056,Shire Village Camp, Cummington,MA,718-622-8204,413-634-2281,beths@mmcl.net,http://www.shirevillage.org,Andre
7072,Pine Grove Day Camp, Wall Township,NJ,732-938-3760,732-938-2088,fun@pinegrovedaycamp.com,http://www.pinegr
7085,Fairview Lake YMCA Camps & Conference Center, Newton,NJ,973-383-9282,973-383-6386,fairviewlake@metroymcas.o
7093,Tall Oaks Conference Center, Linwood,KS,913-301-3004,913-301-3005,director@talloaks.org,http://www.talloaks.org,S
7095,Wanake, Beach City,OH,330-756-2333,330-756-2300,director@campwanake.org,http://www.campwanake.org,Julie La
7102,Betsy Jeff Penn 4-H Camp, Reidsville,NC,336-349-9445,336-634-0110,jeff_north@ncsu.edu,http://www.bjpenn4h.org,K
7114,Camp Lodestar, Wilseyville,CA,209-293-4980,209-293-4984,uccr@uccr.org,http://www.uccr.org,Jeff Clark," We welcom
7115,Johnsonburg Presbyterian Center, Johnsonburg,NJ,908-852-2349,908-852-0045,kurt@campjburg.org,http://www.camp
7129,Long Lake Camp, Long Lake,NY,800-767-7111,914-693-7684,marc@longlakecamp.com,http://www.longlakecamp.com,
7149,Black River Farm & Ranch Inc, Croswell,MI,810-679-2505,810-679-3188,info@blackriverfarmandranch.com,http://www
7166,Catalina Island Camps, Avalon,CA,626-296-4040,626-794-1401,tom@catalinaislandcamps.com,http://www.catalinaislan
7172,Kachina, Belton,TX,254-780-1851,254-780-1140,marandar@gsctx.org,http://www.gsctx.org,," Camp Kachina gives girls
7187,Camp Burton, Vashon,WA,206-463-2512,206-463-6738,campburton1@centurytel.net,http://www.campburton.com,Ka
7204,Camp Wieuca, Atlanta,GA,404-814-4467,404-814-4468,camp@wieuca.org,,Joel Mills," Christ centered, adventure filled
7220,Kittamaqund, Heathsville,VA,804-764-3342,804-427-6766,sfelton@comgirlscouts.org,http://www.comgirlscouts.org,,
7225,Camp Cosby YMCA, Alpine,AL,256-268-2007,256-268-2003,campcosby@ymcabham.org,http://www.campcosby.org,W
7227,Kennybrook, Monticello,NY,914-693-3037,914-639-7678,kennybrook@aol.com,http://www.kennybrook.com,Howard L
7237,Camp Fiddlecreek, Labadie,MO,314-592-2300,314-214-3051,jmorgan@girlscoutsem.org,http://www.girlscoutsem.org,,
7271,Chestnut Ridge, Efland,NC,919-338-2820,,info@campchestnutridge.org,http://www.campchestnutridge.org,Rhonda Pa
7278,Concordia Language Villages, Bemidji,MN,218-299-4544,218-299-3807,clv@cord.edu,http://www.concordialanguagevi
7294,Camp Hoblitzelle, Midlothian,TX,972-723-2387,972-723-3124,john_horton@uss.salvationarmy.org,http://www.hoblitze
7298,Camp Marist, Effingham,NH,603-539-4552,603-539-8318,office@campmarist.org,http://www.campmarist.org,Mr Vince
7299,Glisson Camp and Retreat Center, Dahlonega,GA,706-864-6181,706-864-9352,info@glisson.org,http://www.glisson.org
7301,Chimney Corners Camp YMCA, Becket,MA,413-623-8991,413-623-5890,chimneycorners@bccymca.org,http://www.bcc
7308,Camp Marymount, Fairview,TN,615-799-0410,615-799-2261,tommy@campmarymount.com,http://www.campmarymo
7310,Silver Gan Israel Day Camp, Huntington Beach,CA,714-898-0051,714-898-0633,admin@campsgi.com,http://www.camp
7314,Wesley Woods UM Camp, Townsend,TN,865-448-2246,865-448-3904,wwcamptn@aol.com,http://www.campwesleyw
7320,Baco for Boys Che-Na-Wah for Girls, Minerva,NY,516-867-3895,516-868-3819,info@campbaco.com,http://www.campb
7325,YMCA Camp Guy Robinson, Oak Grove,MN,763-785-7882,763-785-9133,mrask@ymcampls.org,,Nate Monahan, We pro
7331,Big Bear Lake Christian Conference Center, Big Bear Lake,CA,909-866-2360,909-866-2857,dave@pccci.org,http://www.
7333,Rancho La Scherpa Presbyterian, Goleta,CA,805-688-5360,805-686-9311,rick@pccci.org,http://www.synod.org,,
7351,Aldersgate, North Scituate,RI,401-568-1840,401-307-4045,info@campaldersgate.com,http://www.campaldersgate.com
7368,Adventure Links, Clifton,VA,571-281-3558,540-443-6522,jen@adventurelinks.net,http://www.adventurelinks.net,Happ
7372,Flying Cloud, Plymouth,VT,802-422-3761,802-422-8660,info@farmandwilderness.org,http://www.farmandwilderness.o
7379,Cascade Camp Cedarbrook, Belfair,WA,425-487-0648,425-485-0648,cascadecampcedarbrook@comcast.net,http://www
7392,Presbyterian Camp On Okoboji, Milford,IA,712-337-3313,712-337-0104,info@presbycamp.org,http://www.presbycamp
7395,YMCA Camp Collins, Gresham,OR,503-663-5813,503-663-2323,campcollins@ymca-portland.org,http://www.campcollin
7422,Camp Kiwi, Mahopac,NY,845-277-3876,845-277-0875,campkiwi1@aol.com,http://www.campkiwi.com,,
7424,Camp JCC, Rockville,MD,301-230-3759,301-881-6549,campjcc@jccgw.org,http://www.jccgw.org,"Sara Portman Milner
7434,Leelanau Kohahna Camps, Maple City,MI,231-334-3808,231-334-6238,office@leelanau-kohahna.org,http://www.leelan
7443,Winding Trails Summer Day Camp, Farmington,CT,860-674-4227,860-676-9407,camp@windingtrails.org,http://www.w
7452,Camp Lambec, N Springfield,PA,724-738-0058,724-794-6685,capnwp@shenango.org,http://www.capnwp.org,, 1500' La
7454,Morgan Memorial Fresh Air Camp, Athol,MA,617-541-1247,617-541-1408,mlowe@goodwillmass.org,http://www.good
7475,Rainbow Trail Lutheran Camp, Hillside,CO,719-276-5233,719-276-5235,info@rainbowtrail.org,http://www.rainbowtrail
7485,Camp Chaverim, Newport News,VA,757-930-1422,757-930-3762,carmela@ujcvp.org,,Carmella Malkin-Kuhn,
7486,Kutshers Sports Academy, Great Barrington,MA,413-644-0077,413-644-0078,marc@kutsherssportsacademy.com,http:/
7534,Camp Cedar Glen, Julian,CA,760-765-0477,760-765-0479,campcedarglen@yahoo.com,http://www.campcedarglen.org,
7537,Sturtevant's Camp, Sierra Madre,CA,760-249-4626,760-249-4626,sturtevant@calpaccamps.org,http://www.calpaccamp
7547,Chenoa, Antrim,NH,603-627-4158,603-627-4169,,http://www.girlscoutsgwm.org,Rebecca Foss," Fun, creative and varie
7571,Anisfield Day Camp, Beachwood,OH,216-831-0700,216-831-7796,agolub@mandeljcc.org,http://www.clevejcc.org,Ari G
7590,Anna Behrens, Greenville,MI,616-784-3341,616-784-8187,,http://www.gsmt.org/behrens.shtml,Jenn Cook," A safe, tot
7604,Camp Young Judaea Midwest, Waupaca,WI,715-258-2288,715-258-7620,director@cyjmid.org,http://www.cyjmid.org,N
7607,Ivy League Day Camp Inc, Smithtown,NY,631-265-4177,631-265-4698,info@ivyleaguekids.com,http://www.ivyleagueki
7625,Mount Kare, Wrightwood,CA,760-249-3807,,info@mountkare.org,http://www.mountkare.org,Pat Taylor," Great locatio
7627,Camp E-Ko-Wah, Marlow,OK,580-444-2519,580-444-2519,jhill@gswestok.org,http://www.gswestok.org,Amanda Eskels
7642,Wind-in-the-Pines, Plymouth,MA,508-923-0800,508-923-7676,mschafer@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.girlsc
7649,Camp St Michael, Leggett,CA,707-542-5761,707-566-4665,office@campstmichael.org,,Daniel Armanino," Spiritual grow
7660,Modin, Belgrade,ME,212-570-1600,212-570-1677,modin@modin.com,http://www.modin.com,Howard Salzberg," Olde
7663,YMCA Camp Cory, Penn Yan,NY,585-325-2889,585-325-1602,campcory@rochesterymca.org,http://www.campcory.org
7664,YMCA Camp Gorham, Eagle Bay,NY,315-357-6401,315-357-3103,annet@rochesterymca.org,http://www.campgorham.
7665,YMCA Camp Arrowhead, Pittsford,NY,716-383-4590,716-383-4598,arrowhead@rochesterymca.org,http://www.ymcaca
7677,YMCA Camp Burgess & Hayward, Sandwich,MA,508-428-2571,508-420-3545,camp@ssymca.org,http://www.ssymca.or
7690,Winnekeag, Ashburnham,MA,978-365-4551,978-365-4551,ccabrera@sneconline.org,http://www.campwinnekeag.com
7703,Whippoorwill Farm Day Camp, Fairview,TN,615-799-9925,615-799-8244,whippoorwill@starband.net,http://www.whip
7721,Mataguay Scout Reservation, Santa Ysabel,CA,760-782-3768,760-782-3667,trent.mcclure@scouting.org,,Vic Enchelmay
7723,Hidden Villa Summer Camp, Los Altos Hills,CA,650-949-8641,650-948-1916,camp@hiddenvilla.org,http://www.hiddenv
7731,Camp Mokuleia, Waialua,HI,808-637-6241,808-637-5505,Debbie@campmokuleia.com,http://www.campmokuleia.com
7732,Camp Susan Curtis, Stoneham,ME,207-774-1552,207-774-4240,info@susancurtisfoundation.org,,, Camp for economica
7735,Brookwoods Deer Run, Alton,NH,603-875-3600,603-875-4606,info@christiancamps.net,http://www.christiancamps.ne
7750,Canoe Island French Camp, Orcas,WA,360-468-2329,360-468-3027,info@canoeisland.org,http://www.canoeisland.org,
7778,Southampton Fresh Air Home, Southampton,NY,631-283-1594,631-283-1620,dbillingham@sfah.org,http://www.sfah.o
8248,Windham Tolland 4-H Camp, Pomfret Center,CT,860-974-3379,860-974-3327,windham4h@earthlink.net,http://www.4
8258,Farwell for Girls, Newbury,VT,610-793-9303,610-793-9304,Chanson@farwell.com,http://www.farwell.com,Charyl & Bo
8276,Atwater, North Brookfield,MA,413-739-7211,413-732-9364,sulcamp@ulspringfield.org,http://www.campatwater.org,S
8279,North Woods & Pleasant Valley, Mirror Lake,NH,603-569-2725,603-569-5869,agoodman@ymcaboston.org,http://www
8285,Camp Farthest Out Inc, Sykesville,MD,410-523-1700,,amparocutrona@gmail.com,,Yuncan Deas," Residential camp for i
8286,YMCA Camp Letts, Edgewater,MD,410-919-1400,301-261-7336,mgarcia@ymcadc.org,http://www.campletts.org,Matt G
8291,New Jersey YMHA YWHA Camps, Milford,PA,973-575-3333,973-575-4188,info@njycamps.org,http://www.njycamps.or
8296,New Jersey YMHA YWHA Camps, Lakewood,PA,973-575-3333,973-575-4188,info@njycamps.org,http://www.njycamps
8323,Camp Seneca Lake, Penn Yan,NY,585-461-2000,585-461-0805,campsenecalake@aol.com,http://www.campsenecalake.
8326,Camp Carysbrook, Riner,VA,540-382-1670,540-382-6134,info@campcarysbrook.com,http://www.campcarysbrook.com
8335,Banner Day Camp Inc, Lake Forest,IL,847-295-4900,847-295-0995,Info@bannerdaycamp.com,http://www.bannerdayca
8351,Al-Gon-Quian, Burt Lake,MI,734-996-9622,734-663-8232,agq@annarborymca.org,http://www.annarborymca.org,Sarah
8355,Roundelay, Minong,WI,218-726-4710,,pnash-dooley@gslakesandpines.org,,,
8356,Amnicon, South Range,WI,715-364-2602,715-364-2652,campamnicon@usa.net,http://www.amnicon.org,Alana Butler,
8361,Taum Sauk, LESTERVILLE,MO,573-637-2489,573-637-2489,nsmithcts@aol.com,http://www.taumsauk.com,Nick Smith,
8383,Camp Chief Ouray Ymca, Granby,CO,970-887-2648,970-887-9155,chiefouray@ymcarockies.org,http://www.campchiefo
8384,Cedarbrook Camp Texas, Rosebud,TX,254-583-0230,,smitchell@mcecwb.net,http://www.cedarbrooktexas.com,Shirley
8388,Easter Seals Camp Stand By Me, Seattle,WA,253-884-2722,253-884-0200,camp@wa.easterseals.com,http://www.wa.e
8399,The Ranch at Live Oak Malibu-Lazy J Ranch, Thousand Oaks,CA,310-457-5572,310-457-8882,maryiseverywhere@hotma
8731,Ebert Ranch Camp, Harper,TX,830-257-6340,830-257-3060,info@crosstrails.org,http://www.crosstrails.org,Christina Nu
9016,ACS Camp Rainbow Gold, Boise,ID,208-422-0172,,camp.rainbowgold@cancer.org,http://www.camprainbowgold.org,Eli
9068,Oak Knoll School, Summit,NJ,908-522-8186,908-598-8220,adventures@oakknoll.org,http://www.oakknoll.org,Dawn Cu
9085,Camp Seale Harris, Jacksons Gap,AL,205-402-0415,205-405-0416,terry@campsealeharris.org,http://www.southeastern
9162,Micah, Bridgton,ME,617-244-6540,617-277-7108,info@campmicah.com,http://www.campmicah.com,Mark H Lipof," Je
9166,Camp Metacomet at Dartmouth YMCA, Dartmouth,MA,508-993-3361,508-993-3332,dheim@ymcasouthcoast.org,http:
9167,Camp Frederick Douglass @ New Bedford YMCA, New Bedford,MA,508-997-0734,,,,Maxine Hebert," Our YMCA offers d
9562,Luther Park Inc, Danbury,WI,715-656-7244,715-656-3013,camp@lutherpark.com,http://www.lutherpark.com,Anna Kle
9577,Camp Elk River, Zimmerman,MN,763-535-4602,763-535-7524,pwurster@girscoutsrv.org,,Jennifer Tschida," Girls attend
10046,Camp Skyline Ranch, Mentone,AL,800-448-9279,256-634-3018,info@campskyline.com,http://www.campskyline.com,
10150,Stony Brook Natural History Summer Day Camp, Norfolk,MA,508-528-3140,508-553-3864,stonybrook@massaudubon
10233,4-H Camp Marshall, Spencer,MA,508-885-4891,508-885-0119,campmarshall4h@yahoo.com,http://www.campmarsha
10366,Timber-lee Christian Center, East Troy,WI,262-642-7345,262-642-7517,timber-lee@timber-lee.com,http://www.timbe
10375,Scripps Ranch Swim & Racquet, San Diego,CA,858-271-6222,858-530-1453,brenda@srsrc.com,http://www.srsrc.com,,
10377,Double H Ranch, Lake Luzerne,NY,518-696-5676,518-696-9927,jroyael@doublehranch.org,http://www.doublehranch.
10386,Nobles Day Camp, Dedham,MA,781-320-1320,781-320-1325,camp@nobles.edu,http://www.noblesdaycamp.org,Emil
10473,Wesley Woods Conference Center, Williams Bay,WI,262-245-6631,262-245-6649,wesleywoods1955@hotmail.com,htt
10488,Camp Mikell, Toccoa,GA,706-886-7515,706-886-7580,kstruble@windstream.net,http://www.campmikell.com,Ken Str
10532,North Central 4-H Camp, Carlisle,KY,859-289-5308,859-289-2098,dfox@uky.edu,,,
10595,Newton Community Service Center, West Newton,MA,617-969-5906,617-964-3975,mcap-renzi@ncscweb.org,http://w
10703,Lakota, Wurtsboro,NY,914-779-8668,914-274-8311,lakotadirector@aol.com,http://www.camplakota.com,Carol Hage
10761,Heart O' The Hills Camp, Hunt,TX,830-238-4650,830-238-4067,info@hohcamp.com,http://www.hohcamp.com,C Jane
10775,Maplewood School, Wantagh,NY,516-221-2121,516-221-9303,hldnj@aol.com,http://www.maplewoodschool.com,Jos
10873,Walcamp Outdoor Ministries Inc, Kingston,IL,815-784-5141,815-784-4085,director@walcamp.org,http://www.walcam
10878,Camp Wartburg, Waterloo,IL,618-939-7715 ext 14,618-939-6288,wartburg@htc.net,http://www.campwartburg.com,R
10907,Lake Cumberland 4-H Camp, Nancy,KY,270-866-3787,270-866-4977,dfox@uky.edu,,,
10920,West Kentucky 4-H Camp, Dawson Springs,KY,270-797-8758,270-797-3222,flores.edie@uky.edu,http://www.kentucky
10928,Camp Linwood MacDonald YMCA, Sandyston,NJ,973-948-7090,973-948-3272,rsmith@newarkymca.org,http://www.n
10929,Camp Edith Read, Norton,MA,508-923-0800,508-923-7676,mstrom@girlscoutseasternmass.org,http://www.girlscouts
11105,Camp Greenwood, Gowen,MI,616-754-7258,616-754-0906,office@campgreenwood.org,http://www.campgreenwood
11116,Camp Henry, Newaygo,MI,616-459-2267,231-652-9460,info@camphenry.org,http://www.camphenry.org,," Camp He
11230,Eastern 4-H Center, Columbia,NC,252-797-4800,252-797-4888,lee_scripture@ncsu.edu,http://eastern4hcenter.org,Le
11257,Eagle Springs Programs, Pine Grove,PA,570-345-8705,570-345-4401,info@eaglespringsprograms.com,,,
11307,Camp Tepee, Monroe,CT,203-261-2566,203-261-3146,mballard@cccymca.org,http://www.lakewoodtrumbullymca.or
11311,Sancta Maria, Gaylord,MI,231-546-3878,866-875-1933,office@campsanctamaria.org,http://www.campsanctamaria.o
11328,SpringHill Camps - Michigan, Evart,MI,231-734-2616,231-734-0045,tlein@springhillcamps.com,http://www.springhillc
11364,Kid City Original, Bloomington,IN,812-349-3731,812-349-3785,pritchet@bloomington.in.gov,http://www.city.bloomin
11385,Falling Creek Camp Inc, Tuxedo,NC,828-692-0262,828-696-1616,mail@fallingcreek.com,http://www.fallingcreek.com,
11412,Harrisburg Diabetic Youth Camp, Millville,PA,570-524-9090,570-523-0769,info@setebaidservices.org,http://www.sete
11523,Camp Voyageur, Ely,MN,218-365-6042,218-365-5901,cvspirit@campvoyageur.com,http://www.campvoyageur.com,Jo
11525,Decision Hills Camp, Spicer,MN,320-796-5510,320-796-6786,dhcnice@tds.net,http://www.decisionhills.org,Sarah Lock
11531,Camp Windhover, Crystal Springs,MS,601-892-3282,601-647-0010,celia@campwindhover.com,http://www.campwind
11693,Camp Oakhurst, Oakhurst,NJ,732-531-0215,212-533-4023,oakhurst06@aol.com,http://www.campchannel.com/camp
11733,Cedar Lodge, Lawrence,MI,269-674-8071,269-674-3143,info@cedarlodge.com,http://www.cedarlodge.com,Amy Edw
11734,Tower Hill Camp & Retreat Center, Sawyer,MI,269-426-3881,269-426-8255,registrar@towerhillcamp.org,http://www.
11745,Camp Kinawind, Boyne Falls,MI,231-549-2149,231-549-2149,kinawind@umccamps.org,http://camping.umc-detconf.o
11757,Midland Community Center, Midland,MI,989-832-7937,989-835-7290,aginter@mymcc.org,,,
11762,Camp Goodtimes West, Seattle,WA,206-674-4105,206-285-3469,campgoodtimeswest@cancer.org,http://www.camp
11784,Ramah Day Camp in Nyack, Nyack,NY,212-678-8884,212-749-8251,info@ramahnyack.org,http://www.ramahnyack.or
11805,Camp Alamisco, Dadeville,AL,334-272-7493,334-272-7987,jmangum@gscsda.org,http://www.alamisco.org,, Beautiful
11810,Camp Yavneh, West Nottingham,NH,617-559-8860,617-559-8861,debbie@campyavneh.org,http://www.campyavneh
11827,Camp Hope, Claflin,KS,785-273-4462,785-273-1503,stephanie.weiter@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org,Mike Parson
11836,Hermann Sons Youth Camp, Comfort,TX,830-995-3223,830-995-2394,hsyc@tesashermannsons.org,http://www.texas
11837,"Camp Hochelaga, YWCA of VT", South Hero,VT,802-862-7520,802-862-4258,hochelagacamp@aol.com,http://www.y
11871,Camp Cottaquilla, Anniston,AL,256-237-2825 x14,256-236-8508,khenderson@girlscoutsnca.org,,Kay Henderson," Trad
11876,Riverview Camp for Girls, Mentone,AL,256-634-4043,256-634-3601,info@riverviewcamp.com,http://www.riverviewca
11900,"Casowasco Camp, Conference & Retreat Center", Moravia,NY,315-364-8756,315-364-7636,info@casowasco.org,http
11934,Sussex County YMCA Day Camp, Rehoboth Beach,DE,302-296-9622,302-227-3638,lchantler@ymcade.org,http://www
11951,Camp Eagle Hill, Elizaville,NY,518-537-4000,518-537-6800,ceaglehill@aol.com,http://www.campeaglehill.com,Jesse Sc
11976,Bethany Hills Camp, Kingston Springs,TN,615-952-9184,,davidatbethanyhills@bellsouth.net,,Each rental provides own
11995,Hillside Summer Camp, Brewster,NY,845-279-2995 x166,845-279-3077,hboylston@greenchimneys.org,http://www.hi
12101,Camp Horizons, South Windham,CT,860-456-1032,860-456-4721,chris.mcnaboe@camphorizons.org,http://www.cam
12126,Camp Cromwell, Martinsville,NJ,718-866-5454,732-469-8542,fred.guzman@bcny.org,http://www.bcny.org/camp-crom
12128,Camp Quinebarge, Moultonboro,NH,603-253-6029,603-253-6027,oldpartstom@aol.com,http://www.campquinebarg
12199,Carol Joy Holling Camp Conference & Retreats, Ashland,NE,402-944-2544,402-944-2544,info@nlom.org,http://www.n
12213,Sky Lake Camp & Retreat Center, Windsor,NY,607-467-2750,607-467-4612,info@skylakecenter.org,http://www.skylak
12219,Camp Livingston, BENNINGTON,IN,513-793-5554,513-793-5004,ben@camplivingston.com,http://www.camplivingston
12228,American Diabetes Association's Camp Aspire, Rush,NY,585-458-3040,585-458-3138,dhumphreys@diabetes.org,http:/
12257,William P Ridley 4-H Center, Columbia,TN,931-388-4011,931-381-8765,kcmorrow@utk.edu,http://www.utextension.u
12271,B'nai B'rith Perlman Camp, Lake Como,PA,301-977-0050,301-977-0051,info@perlmancamp.org,http://www.perlmanc
12322,Keystone Camp, Brevard,NC,828-884-9125,828-883-8234,info@keystonecamp.com,http://www.keystonecamp.com,P
12329,Lutherwald, Howe,IN,260-562-2102,,lom-ik@juno.com,http://www.lomik.org,Rev. Mark Radloff, Lutherwald is owned
12338,Camp Ton-A-Wandah, Hendersonville,NC,828-692-4251,828-692-9780,info@camptonawandah.com,http://www.camp
12406,YMCA A. Jordan Y Day Camps, Indianapolis,IN,317-253-3206,317-259-5652,myork@indymca.org,http://www.indymca
12412,RM Pyles Boys Camp, Kernville,CA,661-294-1394,661-294-1397,pyles@pylescamp.com,http://www.pylescamp.com,Se
12436,Camp Horizons, Harrisonburg,VA,540-896-7600,540-896-5455,camp@horizonsva.com,http://www.camphorizonsva.co
12452,Day Camp In The Park, Tuxedo,NY,845-638-2515,845-638-2515,dcitp@aol.com,http://www.daycampinthepark.com,K
12460,Sunnyhill Adventure Center, Dittmer,MO,636-274-9044,636-285-1305,dropin4fun@aol.com,http://www.sunnyhilladv
12477,Pine Creek Ranch, Shoup,ID,208-377-2011,208-377-0504,kdriscoll@girlscouts-ssc.org,,Lauren Dorsch, Beautiful ranch s
12497,Laney For Boys, Mentone,AL,256-634-4066,256-634-4098,info@camplaney.com,http://www.camplaney.com,Rob Ham
12512,Camp Lee Mar, Lackawaxen,PA,215-658-1708,215-658-1710,gtour400@aol.com,http://www.leemar.com,Ariel J. Sega
12538,Nawakwa, Biglerville,PA,717-677-8211,717-677-7597,nawakwa@lutherancamping.org,http://www.lutherancamping.o
12554,Wachusett Meadow Day Camp, Princeton,MA,978-464-2712 x8703,978-464-5981,wachusett@massaudubon.org,http
12561,Camp Winaukee, Moultonboro,NH,800-487-9157,914-422-3635,freedo@winaukee.com,http://www.winaukee.com,Je
12574,Waltham Family YMCA Day Camp, Waltham,MA,781-894-5295,781-894-1672,rbleeker@ymcaboston.org,http://www.
12576,Global Youth Village, Bedford,VA,540-297-5982,540-297-1860,youthvillage@legacyintl.org,http://www.globalyouthvil
12583,Canyon Creek Sports Camp, Lake Hughes,CA,661-724-9184,661-724-9187,dmoss@canyoncreeksportscamp.com,http:/
12587,Seneca Hills Bible Camp & Retreat Center, Polk,PA,814-432-3026,814-437-5442,office@senecahills.com,http://www.s
12598,Sawtooth United Methodist Camp, Fairfield,ID,254-204-1672,,dkhargreaves@hughes.net,http://gocamping.org/sites/s
12631,Alton Jones Camp, West Greenwich,RI,401-397-3304,401-397-3293,jjacques@uri.edu,http://www.altonjonescamp.org
12711,Blue Hills Summer Camp, Milton,MA,617-333-0690,617-333-0814,bluehillscamp@massaudubon.org,http://www.mass
12734,Habitat Summer Camps, Belmont,MA,617-489-5050,617-489-3935,habitat@massaudubon.org,,Jane Higgins," Whethe
12735,Camp Taloali Inc, Stayton,OR,503-769-6415,,camptaloali@comcast.net,http://www.taloali.us,, Camp Taloali serves the
12739,Camp Hope, North Scituate,RI,401-243-2628,401-421-0535,samantha.pittman@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org,Sa
12766,Oregon 4-H Center, Salem,OR,503-371-7920,503-581-6696,oregon4hcenter@proaxis.com,http://www.oregon4hcente
12847,Camp Ukandu, Gresham,OR,503-663-5813,503-663-2323,nicole.fowler@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org/campukan
12851,Camp Goodtimes East, Post Falls,ID,509-242-8302,509-498-9851,kari.allen@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org,Kari Al
12853,Camp Timberline, Kapolei,HI,808-262-4528,808-672-6293,jolie@kamaainakids.com,http://www.kamaainakids.com,Jo
12860,Forest Lake Camp, Chestertown,NY,518-623-4771,518-623-4246,sara@forestlakecamp.com,http://www.forestlakecam
12866,Camp Stewart for Boys Inc, Hunt,TX,830-238-4670,830-238-4737,info@campstewart.com,http://www.campstewart.c
12941,City of Norman Day Camps, Norman,OK,405-292-9703,405-292-9703,steve.yohn@normanok.gov,,Steve Yohn,
13035,Sugar Creek Bible Camp Retreat, Ferryville,WI,608-734-3113,608-734-3601,camp@sgrcreek.org,http://www.sugarcree
13171,Camp Louemma Inc, Sussex,NJ,973-287-7264,973-575-8855,camplouemma@aol.com,http://www.camplouemma.com
13181,Geneva Hills Group Inc, Lancaster,OH,740-746-8439,740-746-7955,geoff@genevahills.com,http://www.genevahills.co
13229,Carlisle Family YMCA Camping Services, Carlisle,PA,717-243-2525,717-243-2525,skuhn@carlislefamilyymca.org,http://
13268,Camp Birchwood for Boys, Grand Marais,MN,800-451-5270,,info@birchwoodforboys.com,http://www.birchwoodforb
13271,Pierce Country Day Camp, Roslyn,NY,516-621-2211,516-621-5765,info@piercecamps.com,http://www.piercecamps.c
13291,Sheldon Calvary Camp, Conneaut,OH,440-593-4381,440-599-9985,executivedirector@calvarycamp.org,http://www.ca
13374,Kamp Kaleo, Burwell,NE,308-346-5083,308-346-5083,kampkaleo@nctc.net,http://www.kampkaleoontheriver.com,Ga
13382,Peconic Dunes 4-H, Peconic,NY,"631-727-7850, ext. 245",631-727-7130,info@peconicdunes.com,http://www.peconic
13409,Chauncey Ranch, MAYER,AZ,928-632-7704,928-632-7746,azycamps@vosymca.org,http://www.azycamps.org,Mike M
13422,Camp Whatchawannabe, Fort Worth,TX,817-237-7237,817-237-9311,bcooper@ymcafw.org,,Barbara Cooper," The Da
13429,Benbrook Community Center YMCA, Benbrook,TX,817-249-0500,817-249-7732,swalton@ymcafw.org,,Tomesia Morga
13493,Living Springs Camp, Lewistown,IL,309-547-2047,309-547-2048,lscamp@sybertech.net,http://www.livingspringscamp
13501,Pilgrim Lodge, West Gardiner,ME,207-724-3200,,,http://www.pilgrimlodge.org,Rev. Bryan S. Breault,
13551,MO Ranch Camps & Outdoor Education, Hunt,TX,830-238-4455,830-238-4202,summercamp@moranch.com,http://ww
13553,Cho-Yeh Camp & Conference Center, Livingston,TX,936-328-3200,936-328-3231,jasonb@cho-yeh.org,http://www.cho
13566,John Knox Center, Ten Mile,TN,865-376-2236,865-376-1719,execdirector@johnknoxcenter.org,http://www.johnknoxc
13604,Deerfoot Lodge, Speculator,NY,518-674-1919,,chiefron@deerfoot.org,http://www.deerfoot.org,Ron Mackey, Building
13616,Browne Summer Camp, Alexandria,VA,703-960-3000,703-960-7325,sshonnard@browneacademy.org,http://www.bro
13642,Buffalo Mountain Camp & Retreat Center, Johnson City,TN,423-753-6678,423-753-5380,jason@buffalomountaincamp
13709,Camp Discovery, Kerrville,TX,210-614-4211,210-615-7724,alison.kushnerick@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org,Johnn
13754,Camp Kidwell, Bloomingdale,MI,269-521-3559,269-521-3623,campkidwell@btc-bci.com,http://www.campkidwell.org
13771,Camp Seven Hills, Holland,NY,716-537-9421,716-681-0945,janet.depetrillo@gswny.org,http://www.gswny.org,Janet D
13820,Camp Lee, Anniston,AL,256-238-8941,256-238-1711,camplee@camplee.org,http://www.camplee.org,Kevin McDade,
13827,Camp Tall Turf, Walkerville,MI,616-452-7906,616-452-7907,info@tallturf.org,http://www.tallturf.org,Miriam De Jong,
13910,Trails End Ranch, Ekalaka,MT,406-775-6401,406-775-6441,ter@midrivers.com,http://www.ter.org,Bob Anderson," Ch
13933,Lake Luther Bible Camp, Angola,IN,260-667-7750,,lom-ik@juno.com,,Rev Mark Radloff, Lake Luther is owned & operat
13935,Camp Scully, Wynantskill,NY,518-453-6613,518-453-6792,colin.stewart@rcda.org,http://www.campscully.squarespac
13967,Grier Summer Camp, Tyrone,PA,814-684-3000,814-684-2177,bestcamp@grier.org,http://www.bestcamp.org,Helen Zi
14017,Indian Boundary YMCA Day Camp, Downers Grove,IL,630-968-8400,630-968-8389,rbrand@ymcachgo.org,http://www
14029,Greater LaGrange YMCA, La Grange Park,IL,708-497-1027,708-352-7635,Schansey@ymcachgo.org,http://www.ymcac
14043,Cascade Meadows Bapt Camp, Leavenworth,WA,509-763-3673,,misterfarrar@aol.com,http://www.cascademeadows.
14056,Camp Cross, Coeur D Alene,ID,509-624-5780,509-747-0049,campcross@spokanediocese.org,http://www.Campcross.o
14085,Jefunira Camp, Mountain View,CA,650-291-2888,650-694-4650,director@jefuniracamp.com,http://www.jefuniracamp
14115,Pantego Camp Thurman Inc, Pantego,TX,817-274-8441,817-274-2316,jimrosetyc@email.com,http://www.campthurm
14147,Camp Chippewa, Ottawa,KS,785-242-6797,785-242-8525,office@campchippewa.org,http://www.campchippewa.org,H
14271,Lake County Forest Preserves, Riverwoods,IL,847-367-6640,847-367-6649,forestpreserves@LCFPD.org,http://www.LC
14309,Harbor Haven, West Orange,NJ,908-964-5411,908-964-0511,info@harborhaven.com,http://www.harborhaven.com,R
14324,Orange YMCA at Camp Oakes, Big Bear City,CA,714-633-9622,714-633-4337,info@ymcaoforange.org,http://www.ymc
14335,YMCA Camp Manitou Lin, Middleville,MI,888-909-2267,269-795-1629,camp@grymca.org,http://www.campmanitou-l
14398,Laurel Girl Scout Resident Camp, Lebanon,CT,203-239-2922,203-239-7220,colson@gsofct.org,,Brooke Bradly," Contem
14467,Friends Of The National Zoo, Washington,DC,202-638-4328,202-673-4738,bernardonie@si.edu,http://www.fonz.org,E
14493,Camp High Rocks, Cedar Mountain,NC,828-885-2153,828-884-4612,hank@highrocks.com,http://www.highrocks.com,
14495,Camp Illahee, Brevard,NC,828-883-2181,828-883-8738,gordon@campillahee.com,http://www.campillahee.com,Gord
14512,Lutherock, Newland,NC,828-684-2361,828-687-1600,van@lutherock.com,http://www.lutherock.com,Van Van Horne,
14531,Rockbrook Camp For Girls, Brevard,NC,828-884-6151,828-884-6459,office@rockbrookcamp.com,http://www.rockbro
14533,Camp Mack, Oklahoma City,OK,405-751-6363,405-752-2931,ymcainfo@ymcaokc.org,,Kathryn Moore,
14556,Brethren Woods Camp & Retreat, Keezletown,VA,540-269-2741,540-269-2741,camp@brethrenwoods.org,http://www
14570,Pattagansett, East Lyme,CT,203-239-2922,,llee@gsofct.org,,,
14577,Little Grassy United Methodist, Makanda,IL,618-457-6030,618-529-2244,poneal@igrc.org,http://www.littlegrassycam
14598,Kamp for Kids, Westfield,MA,413-562-5678,413-562-1239,abenoit@carsoncenter.org,,Julissa Colon," Integrated camp
14602,YMCA Camp Halfmoon, Goffstown,NH,603-323-8642,603-623-5934,jkimball@yogm.org,http://www.gmfymca.org,Jus
14722,Tenacre Day Camp, Wellesley,MA,781-235-3238,781-237-5825,info@tenacrecamps.com,http://www.tenacrecds.org/
14806,Cathedral Domain, Irvine,KY,606-464-8254,606-464-0759,ASigmon@diolex.org,http://www.cathedraldomain.org,And
14880,iD Tech Camps - Southern California, Los Angeles,CA,888-709-8324,408-871-2228,info@internaldrive.com,http://www
14932,Lake Lucerne Camp And Retreat, Neshkoro,WI,920-293-4488,920-293-4361,lakelucerne@wisconsinumc.org,http://ww
14970,Silver Birch Ranch, White Lake,WI,715-484-2742,715-484-2743,brad.ellis@silverbirchranch.org,http://www.silverbirch
14979,Lake Wapogasset Lutheran Bible Camp, Amery,WI,715-268-8434,715-268-4451,lukeh@campwapo.org,http://www.ca
15065,Camp Viola, Lagrange,GA,706-885-0874,706-885-0877,dsaylors@twincedars.org,http://www.twincedars.org,Dan Sayl
15222,Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp, Rush,NY,585-546-7435,585-546-8675,kmckay@rochesterrotary.org,http://www.roc
15271,Camp Gravatt, Aiken,SC,803-648-1817,803-648-7453,bishopgravatt@wildblue.net,http://www.bishopgravatt.org,Laur
15311,NeSoDak Bible Camp/Klein Ranch, WAUBAY,SD,605-947-4440,605-947-4379,nesodak@losd.org,http://www.lutherans
15503,Merrick Woods Country Day School, Merrick,NY,516-483-7272,516-483-7271,fun@merrickwoods.com,http://www.m
15522,Camp Anuenue, Waialua,HI,808-595-7500,808-595-7502,dglowik@cancer.org,,Debra Glowik," Camp Anuenue is a cam
15579,Camp Chattooga for Girls, Tallulah Falls,GA,706-754-6912,706-754-7014,chattooga@athensycamps.org,http://www.a
15602,Camp Fontanelle, Fontanelle,NE,402-478-4296,402-478-5630,Fontanelle@umcneb.org,http://www.campfontanelle.co
15719,Camp Windy Meadows Girl Scout, Depew,NY,716-297-0711,,janet.depetrillo@gswny.org,http://www.gswny.org,,
15866,Crestwood Country Day School, Melville,NY,631-692-6361,631-692-6987,info@crestwoodcountryday.com,http://www
15990,Clyde M York 4-H Center, Crossville,TN,931-788-2288,931-788-6003,sfiller@utk.edu,http://www.clydeyork4hcenter.o
16079,Outpost Summer Camps, Poway,CA,858-842-4900,858-842-2486,info@outpostsummercamps.com,http://www.outpo
16145,AnSeOx, Oxford,CT,203-239-2922,,,,,
16283,Long Island City YMCA, Long Island City,NY,718-392-7932,718-392-0544,gsacino@ymcanyc.org,,Gerri Sacino,
16304,Camp Lewis Perkins, S Hadley,MA,413-584-2602,413-586-7937,ebedaw@gscwm.org,http://www.the-spa.com/wmgsc
16335,Tapawingo, Speculator,NY,518-548-4311,518-548-4324,tapawingo@camp-of-the-woods.org,http://www.camp-of-the
16417,Carmel Valley Tennis Camp, Carmel Valley,CA,831-659-2615,831-659-2840,cvtcss@gmail.com,http://www.carmelvalle
16433,Camp Endeavor, Baraboo,WI,608-356-2657,,dan@campendeavor.org,http://www.campendeavor.org,Dan Dingmann,
16436,St Nicholas Summer Camp, Frazier Park,CA,805-582-4944,661-245-3508,katrina@campstnicholas.com,http://www.cam
16440,Rawhide Ranch, Bonsall,CA,760-758-0083,760-758-0440,info@rawhideranch.com,http://www.rawhideranch.com,Tom
16446,Camp Lokanda, Glen Spey,NY,516-466-0533,866-462-5582,ronen@lokanda.com,http://www.lokanda.com,Ronen & D
16471,Fishers Branch YMCA Day Camps, Fishers,IN,317-595-9622,317-577-2069,jreardonmcsoley@indymca.org,http://www
16689,Nabby Day Camp, Mohegan Lake,NY,914-528-7796,914-528-7796,joeritabertino@mac.com,http://campnabby.com,Jo
16763,NaCoMe, Pleasantville,TN,931-729-9723,931-729-9723,deb@nacome.org,http://www.nacome.org,Deb Krueger," Loca
16767,Broad Meadow Brook Day Camp, Lincoln,MA,508-753-6087,508-755-0148,lcarlin@massaudubon.org,http://www.mas
16793,Liberty Lake Day Camp, Columbus,NJ,609-499-7820,609-499-0025,fun@libertylakedaycamp.com,http://www.libertyla
16809,C5 Youth Foundation of Southern California/PaintRock, Los Angeles,CA,213-863-8444,213-863-8445,gregk@C5YF.org,h
16816,Camp Ozark, Mount Ida,AR,870-867-4131,870-867-4344,campozark@campozark.com,http://www.campozark.com,Ca
16846,Poulter Camps, Steamboat Springs,CO,888-879-4816,800-860-3587,poulter@poultercamps.com,http://www.poulterc
16896,Camp Bob, Hendersonville,NC,828-692-0077,828-696-3589,campbob@kanuga.org,http://www.kanuga.org/camps/cam
16957,Camp Wagner, Cassopolis,MI,269-476-2550,269-476-9904,rshel412@aol.com,http://www.lakeregion.org,Ralph Shelto
16961,Willoway Day Camp Inc, West Bloomfield,MI,248-932-2123,248-690-2400,info@willowaydaycamp.com,http://www.w
17028,Camp Marion White, Pittsfield,MA,413-584-2602,413-586-7937,ebedaw@gscwm.org,http://www.gscwm.org,Kim Hym
17126,Camp Galilee, El Dorado Springs,MO,417-876-3024,417-876-0825,info@campgalileemo.org,http://www.campgalileem
17127,Blue Mountain, Fredericktown,MO,573-546-6265,573-546-0005,bluemountain@wildblue.net,http://www.bluemount
17129,Camp Jo-Ota, Clarence,MO,660-699-2393,660-699-2393,director@jo-ota.org,http://www.jo-ota.org,Mike Leonard,
17175,Dunn School Summer Programs, Los Olivos,CA,805-688-6471,805-686-2078,igarvin@dunnschool.org,http://www.dun
17209,Anderel Program Center, Rogersville,AL,256-247-0650,,info@girlscoutsnca.org,http://www.girlscoutsnca.org/anderel.
17270,Camp Galileo, Oakland,CA,510-595-7293,,tajalli@galileo-learning.com,http://www.galileo-learning.com,Tajalli Horvat,
17276,URJ Kutz Camp, Warwick,NY,845-987-6300,845-986-7185,kutzcamp@urj.org,http://www.kutz.urjcamps.org,Eve Rudin
17431,Gesher Summer Camp, Livingston,NJ,973-597-3699,973-597-3344,info@gesherfun.org,http://www.gesherfun.org,Sco
17453,Camp Wesley, Bellefontaine,OH,937-592-1571,937-592-1547,campwesley@wocumc.org,http://www.westohiocamps
17462,Camp Doodles, San Francisco,CA,415-388-4386,415-634-3210,david@campdoodles.com,http://www.campdoodles.co
17468,Camp Lakeside, Scott City,KS,620-872-2021,620-872-3023,camplakeside@wbsnet.org,http://www.camplakeside.net,K
17511,Montessori Children's House, North Barrington,IL,847-550-0917,847-550-0817,mchnb.office@sbcglobal.net,http://ww
17513,Richmond District YMCA, San Francisco,CA,415-666-9622,415-668-3370,,,Jessi Prevost,
17545,Lake County Family YMCA, Vernon Hills,IL,847-360-9622,847-623-2386,kcowart@ymcalakecounty.org,,Kari Cowart,
17548,Louisiana Lions Camp, Leesville,LA,337-239-0782,337-239-9975,lalions@lionscamp.org,http://www.lionscamp.org,"Ra
17551,Kanawahala Program Center, Chelsea,AL,205-678-8843,,tknowles@girlscoutsnca.org,http://girlscoutsnca.org/kana.ph
17557,Camp Knutson, Crosslake,MN,218-543-4232,218-543-5201,rob.larson@issmn.org,http://www.campknutson.org,Rob L
17630,Camp Rainbow, Ellsworth,ME,207-373-3709,207-725-6680,elisa.madore@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org,Jim Bent
17719,Camp CUMCITO, WARSAW,MO,816-329-1432,816-231-7597,travis@cumission.org,http://www.cityunionmission.org/
17741,Camp Neofa, Liberty,ME,207-597-2677,,cmesser@ne.rr.com,,Carla Messer," Our camping program is open to boys and
17758,JCC Camp Deeny Riback, Flanders,NJ,973-929-2911,973-736-6871,camps@jccmetrowest.org,http://www.cdr.jccmetro
17766,Camp TKD, Douglasville,GA,770-942-0227,770-942-1490,karatea@bellsouth.net,,,
17782,Camp Live-A-Dream, Guthrie,OK,405-841-5808,405-848-0795,stephanie.weiter@cancer.org,,Dannelle Hill, Camp is fre
17936,Miss Sues Summer Fun, Plainview,NY,516-938-0894,516-938-3184,misssue1191@aol.com,,Ron Kuznetz, We specialize
17942,Camps R Us Valley Stream, Valley Stream,NY,516-935-2267,516-937-1058,campsrus@gmail.com,http://www.campsru
17998,Camp Heartland, Willow River,MN,888-545-6658,218-372-8010,jillrudolph@oneheartland.org,http://www.campheart
18066,Joshua Center Camp, Kansas City,MO,816-763-7605,816-763-1802,becky@joshuacenter.com,http://www.joshuacente
18106,El Camino YMCA, Mountain View,CA,650-969-9622,650-969-1053,thill@ymcasv.org,http://www.ymcamidpen.org,Tre
18113,Sequoia YMCA, Redwood City,CA,650-368-4168,650-368-1140,thill@ymcasv.org,http://www.sequoiaymca.org,," We b
18114,East Palo Alto YMCA, East Palo Alto,CA,650-328-9622,650-687-5380,lmartinez@ymcasv.org,,,
18192,Watitoh, Becket,MA,914-428-1894,914-428-1648,watitoh@msn.com,http://www.campwatitoh.com,"Sandy, Bill & Su
18204,Jay Nolan Camp, Mission Hills,CA,818-361-6400,818-365-5523,todd@jaynolan.org,http://www.jaynolan.org,Todd Bail
18242,Rocky Run YMCA Day Camp, Media,PA,610-627-9622,610-627-0902,kduffus@philaymca.org,http://www.rockyrunymc
18249,Camp Pontiac, Copake,NY,516-626-7668,516-626-8943,info@camppontiac.com,http://www.camppontiac.com,"Kenne
18290,Tri-County 4-H Camp, Hedgesville,WV,304-728-7413,304-728-4104,Jeremy.Horvat@mail.wvu.edu,http://www.tricoun
18295,Emagination Computer Camps, Lake Forest,IL,781-933-8785,781-933-0749,allison@computercamps.com,http://www
18393,Lone Tree Lakeshore Camp, Elephant Butte,NM,505-744-9164,505-744-4100,nmranch@lonetree.org,http://www.lone
18475,Camp Sunshine, Decatur,GA,404-325-7979,404-325-7929,brinsley@mycampsunshine.com,http://www.mycampsunsh
18482,Stonybrook Day Camp, Randolph,NJ,973-584-0078,973-584-8948,matthewbuczek@gmail.com,http://www.stonybroo
18494,John Knox Ranch, Fischer,TX,830-935-4568,830-935-4189,info@johnknoxranch.com,http://www.johnknoxranch.com,
18509,Somerset Hills YMCA Day Camp, Basking Ridge,NJ,908-630-3504,908-766-8288,kdezutter@somersethillsymca.org,http
18515,Maine Golf and Tennis Academy, Belgrade,ME,207-465-3226,207-465-3226,fun@golfcamp.com,http://www.golfcamp
18538,Madden Open Hearts Camp, Great Barrington,MA,413-448-8224,413-443-7280,djzaleon@hotmail.com,http://www.o
18621,Roxborough YMCA Day Camp, Philadelphia,PA,215-482-3900,215-482-3361,mcrater@philaymca.org,http://www.roxb
18645,Camp Sandcastle, Corpus Christi,TX,361-850-8778,361-850-8756,jbell@diabetes.org,http://www.diabetes.org,Patsy Re
18661,Wilderness Retreat & Dev Center, Lawson,MO,816-580-4014,816-296-7484,umden@aol.com,http://www.wildernessr
18708,Camp Grandview, Jasper,GA,770-441-6200,404-876-9267,gary_sturdivant@uss.salvationarmy.org,http://www.salvatio
18712,Camp All-Star, Kents Hill,ME,704-443-4400,704-443-4334,info@campallstar.com,http://www.campallstar.com,Craig R
18752,Camp Cherokee, Saranac Lake,NY,315-469-6921,315-469-6924,dan@nyconf.com,,Daniel Whitlow," Discovering, exper
18756,Chipinaw, Swan Lake,NY,845-583-5600,845-583-5454,info@chipinaw.com,http://www.chipinaw.com,Michael Baer, Tr
18761,High Meadow Day Camp, Granby,CT,203-272-5358,860-653-7055,director@highmeadowdaycamp.com,http://www.h
18796,Camp Comeca, Cozad,NE,308-784-2808,308-784-4208,director@campcomeca.com,http://www.campcomeca.com,Ro
18822,Buckley Country Day Camp, Roslyn,NY,516-365-7760,516-869-0964,buckleycamp@buckleycamp.com,http://www.buc
18834,Camp Rockin' U, Dobbins,CA,530-300-8261,530-692-1708,camprockinu@ea.org,http://www.camprockingu.com,Natha
18852,Camp Sargent, Merrimack,NH,603-882-0303,,rmenken@nmymca.org,http://www.campsargent.org,Randy Menken," L
18895,Ross Point Baptist Camp, Post Falls,ID,208-773-1655,208-773-1656,john@rosspoint.org,http://www.rosspoint.org,Exe
19020,Staten Island YMCA Day Camp, Staten Island,NY,718-981-4933,718-720-4365,cbayiokos@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ym
19145,Camp Harmony, Malibu,CA,310-470-9702,310-470-9781,info@unitedinharmony.org,http://www.unitedinharmony.or
19159,Camp Walden, Diamond Point,NY,201-722-1634,201-722-9395,fun@campwalden-NY.com,http://www.campwalden-N
19207,Luther Heights Bible Camp, Ketchum,ID,208-886-7657,208-886-7657,lheights@mindspring.com,http://www.lutherhei
19249,Clyde Austin 4-H Center, Greeneville,TN,423-639-3811,423-639-4911,aseals@utk.edu,http://www.clydeaustin4hcente
19287,Rockfish Camp and Retreat Center, Parkton,NC,910-425-3529,910-875-6177,info@camprockfish.org,http://www.camp
19308,Johns River Valley Camp, Collettsville,NC,828-264-1516,828-262-0701,stumb@boone.net,http://www.jrvc.org,C.L. 'Cu
19391,Shepherds Spring Outdoor Ministries, Sharpsburg,MD,301-223-8193,301-223-6414,shephards.spring@juno.com,,Ann
19792,Habonim Dror Camp Galil, Ottsville,PA,610-847-2213,610-847-8409,campgalil@aol.com,http://www.campgalil.org,Sha
19807,Camp Jacobson at Robin Hood, Old Westbury,NY,516-626-1094,516-626-4677,pisserles@sjjcc.org,,Paul Isserles, Outst
19853,Kirchenwald, Lebanon,PA,717-964-3121,717-964-3121,kirchenwald@lutherancamping.org,http://www.lutherancamp
19878,Camp Edey, Bayport,NY,631-472-1625,631-472-8199,camp@gssc.us,http://www.gssc.us,Claudia Bowers," Camp Edey
19930,Red Robin Country Day School and Camp, Westbury,NY,516-334-1144,516-334-0565,vmaxcamper@aol.com,http://ww
19938,Onas, Ottsville,PA,610-847-5858,610-847-8447,friends@camponas.org,http://www.camponas.org,Suzan Neiger Gould
19957,"Texas Lions Camp, Inc", Kerrville,TX,830-896-8500,830-896-3666,tlc@lionscamp.com,http://www.lionscamp.com,Ste
20009,Camp Auxilium, Newton,NJ,973-383-2621,973-383-3214,summercamp@campauxilium.org,http://www.campauxilium
20377,Ransburg Branch YMCA Day Camps, Indianapolis,IN,317-357-8441,317-322-2793,nwoods@indymca.org,http://www.in
20516,Camp Winding River, Dearborn,MO,816-450-3603,816-450-3604,janetwyman@girlscoutsksmo.org,,Jane Twyman," Pr
20663,J.M. Feltner 4-H Camp, London,KY,606-864-2770,606-878-1067,dfox@uky.edu,,Donna Fox,
21400,Fortune Lake Lutheran Camp, Crystal Falls,MI,906-875-3697,906-875-4829,officemanager@frontlake.org,http://www.
21431,Camp Rising Sun, Colebrook,CT,203-379-4762,203-379-5060,tina.saunders@cancer.org,http://www.camprisingsun.co
22636,Myron S Goldman Union Camp Inst, Zionsville,IN,317-873-3361,317-873-3742,Gucioffice@aol.com,http://www.guci.b
22796,Camp Carson YMCA, PRINCETON,IN,812-385-3597,812-386-1654,campinfo@ymca.evansville.net,http://www.campca
23146,Florida Lions Camp, Lake Wales,FL,863-696-1948,863-696-2398,flc@gte.net,http://www.lionscampfl.org,Elisabeth Cag
23408,After School Day Camps, Madison,WI,800-238-1174,608-276-4050,janderson@afterschoolwi.org,http://www.aftersch
23478,Camp Akita, Gilson,IL,630-856-2857,630-734-0929,apreuss@illinoisadventist.org,http://www.campakita.com,Arthur P
23579,Babler Outdoor Education Center, Wildwood,MO,636-458-3048,636-458-9589,bableroec@rockwood.k12.mo.us,http:
23592,Camp Odayin, Crosslake,MN,651-351-9185,651-351-9187,sara@campodayin.org,http://www.campodayin.org,Sara M
23658,Camp Saint Raphael, Wichita,KS,316-634-1440,,gayle@campstraphael.org,http://www.campstraphael.org,,
24291,Rancho Family YMCA, San Diego,CA,858-484-8788,858-484-8869,,,B Joe Lillie," The Rancho YMCA offers 40 speciality c
24475,Funcamps-Magicamp, Coral Gables,FL,800-570-7273,305-665-4212,david@funcamps.com,http://www.funcamps.com
24870,Mar-Lu-Ridge, Jefferson,MD,301-874-5544,301-874-5545,mlr@mar-lu-ridge.org,http://www.mar-lu-ridge.org,Sarah Le
25100,Camp Alice Chester, East Troy,WI,414-476-1050,414-476-5958,ayanacheck@gswise.org,http://www.gswise.org,Andre
25203,Elks Camp Barrett, Annapolis,MD,410-224-2945,410-224-4558,elkscb@verizon.net,http://www.mddedcelks.org,Grego
25227,Las Posas Children's Center Inc, Ventura,CA,805-644-4344,805-644-1916,bob@lpcc.com,http://www.lpcc.com,Robert
25272,Pleasant Valley Day Camp, Lenox,MA,413-637-0320,413-637-0499,berkshires@massaudubon.org,http://www.massau
25470,Concerned Care Inc Day Camp, North Kansas City,MO,816-474-3026,816-474-3029,john@concernedcarekc.org,http://
25554,Valley Mill Camp Inc, Darnestown,MD,301-948-0220,301-948-6835,valleymill@valleymill.com,http://www.valleymill.c
25563,Camp Discovery, South Windsor,CT,860-648-6355,860-648-5048,ryan.kane@southwindsor.org,http://www.southwind
25718,WVU Jackson's Mill, Weston,WV,304-269-5100,304-269-2567,Terry.Patterson@mail.wvu.edu,http://www.wvu.edu/~
25846,Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctua, South Wellfleet,MA,508-349-2615,508-349-2632,wellfleetbaycamp@massaudubon.org
25924,Elbow Lane Day Camp, Warrington,PA,215-343-2120,215-491-1337,bob@elbowlane.com,http://www.elbowlane.com
25925,Camp Walter Johnson, Denton,NC,336-859-2105,336-859-2912,Shea.Simms@uss.salvationarmy.org,http://www.salar
25981,East Orange YMCA Summer Camp, East Orange,NJ,973-673-5588,973-673-6415,sparker@metroymcas.org,http://www
26211,Busch Gardens Adventure Camps, Tampa,FL,877-248-2267,813-987-5844,education@buschgardens.org,http://www.b
26292,Camp Bear Track, Drasco,AR,501-825-8222,501-825-8255,campbear@aol.com,http://www.campbeartrack.com,Jack D
26365,Summit Area YMCA, Summit,NJ,908-273-3330,908-273-0258,tom.swanciger@summitymca.org,http://www.summitar
26370,Park District of Oak Park, Oak Park,IL,708-725-2250,708-383-5702,jenniferp@oakparkparks.com,http://www.oakparkp
26584,Camp Rotary, Boxford,MA,978-352-9952,,camprotaryma@aol.com,http://www.camprotary.org,Rich Cowdell, Providin
26649,CYO Day Camp of Mercer County, Yardville,NJ,609-585-4280,609-585-2435,tom@cyomercer.org,http://www.cyomerc
26723,CVEEC Summer Camp, Peninsula,OH,330-657-2796,330-657-2058,info@cvnpa.org,http://www.cvnpa.org,Stacey Heffe
26851,Camp Hardtner, Pollock,LA,318-765-3794,318-765-0603,path_62972@yahoo.com,http://www.camphardtner.org,Patr
26870,Camp Dat-So-La-Lee, Elko,NV,775-738-8791,775-738-6012,technician@frontiernet.com,http://www.dat-so-la-lee.org,
26877,Super Summer Day Camp, Livingston,NJ,973-992-7500,973-992-7680,fegnezzo@metroymcas.org,http://www.westess
26900,Kids on Campus, Newtown,PA,215-258-7741,215-968-8320,kidsoncampus@bucks.edu,http://www.bucks.edu/disonca
26923,Burgundy Wildlife Center, Capon Bridge,WV,703-842-0470,703-960-5056,bcws2@earthlink.net,http://burgundycente
26942,Alpine Camp & Conference Center, Blue Jay,CA,909-337-6287,909-337-2574,alpinecc@alpine-cc.org,http://www.alpin
27036,URJ Camp Newman, Santa Rosa,CA,707-571-7567,707-571-2493,Rarquilevich@urj.org,http://www.campnewmanswig
27042,Camp Firwood, Bellingham,WA,360-733-6840,360-733-6926,firwood@thefirs.org,http://www.thefirs.org,Rob Lee," Fir
27064,Alpengirl Girls Summer Camp, Bozeman,MT,800-425-1841,,info@AlpengirlCamp.com,http://www.AlpengirlCamp.com
27098,South Side YMCA, Chicago,IL,773-947-0700,773-947-8953,chastity_graves@ymcachgo.org,,Jeff Thomas, Our full day su
27100,Irving Park YMCA Day Camp, Chicago,IL,773-777-7500,773-777-8892,pdeluna@ymcachgo.org,,Jamie Rose Hamilton, O
27102,High Ridge YMCA Day Camp, Chicago,IL,773-262-8300,773-262-7902,etun@ymcachicago.org,http://www.ymcachgo.o
27105,Elmhurst Family YMCA, Elmhurst,IL,630-834-9200,630-834-9221,schansey@ymcachgo.org,,Susan Chansey," To build m
27155,Pompositticut Farm Day Camp, Hudson,MA,978-562-0968,978-568-8831,mail@pompositticutfarm.com,http://www.p
27161,4-H Camp Graham, Clarksville,OH,937-224-9654,937-224-5110,campgraham@frontier.com,http://4hcampgraham.osu
27349,Seashore Day Camp, Long Branch,NJ,732-222-6464,732-222-7101,j_villapiano@yahoo.com,http://www.seashorecamp
27384,Norwesca Camp & Retreat Center, Chadron,NE,308-432-3872,,norwesca@bbcwb.net,http://www.norwesca.org,Molli
27385,Ripples Day Camp, New Orleans,LA,504-865-5431,504-862-8764,mmcguir@tulane.edu,http://ripplescamp.com,Bruce
27464,Ponkapoag Outdoor Center, Canton,MA,781-575-9905,781-575-1222,klozano@ymcaboston.org,http://www.bostonyc
27486,YMCA Camp Indian Springs, Crawfordville,FL,850-926-3361,850-926-3624,campregistrar@campindiansprings.org,http
27502,JCC Camps at Medford, Medford,NJ,856-424-4444,856-489-8230,agreenberg@jfedsnj.org,http://www.jcccampsatmed
27584,Camp Eagle Ridge, Mellen,WI,414-745-3989,,eglridge@wi.rr.com,http://www.campeagleridge.com,Kelly and Eddie By
27593,Montclair YMCA Day Camp, West Milford,NJ,973-744-3400,973-744-1917,j.goodger@montclairymca.org,http://www.
27744,Preble County YMCA Summer Camp, Eaton,OH,937-472-2010,937-472-0265,slee@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymca
27839,Bear Glasgow YMCA Camp Cassey, Newark,DE,302-836-9622,302-836-9661,dhalley@ymcade.org,http://www.ymcade
27854,Camp Victory Lake, Hyde Park,NY,845-229-8851,845-229-0036,pwesley@northeastern.org,http://www.campvictoryla
27903,International Sports Training Camp, Stroudsburg,PA,570-620-2267,570-620-1692,mark@international-sports.com,http
27990,Concord Academy Summer Camp, Concord,MA,978-402-2284,978-369-3452,camp@concordacademy.org,http://www
28142,Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center, Allenspark,CO,303-747-2888,303-747-2889,maria@highlandscamp.or
28200,Camp MiVoden Retreat Center, Hayden Lake,ID,208-772-3484,208-772-7106,mivoden@mivoden.com,http://www.mi
28319,Birch Hill Camp, New Durham,NH,603-859-4525,603-782-4219,summer@campbirchhill.com,http://www.campbirchhi
28609,Camp Champions, Marble Falls,TX,830-598-2571,830-598-1095,info@campchampions.com,http://www.campchampio
28732,JCC Summer Camp, W Bloomfield,MI,248-432-5578,248-432-5552,tsiegmann@jccdet.org,http://www.jccdet.org,Tal S
28867,Park River Bible Camp, Park River,ND,701-284-6795,701-284-6796,goprbc@polarcomm.com,http://www.parkriverbib
28871,Austin YMCA, Chicago,IL,773-287-9120,773-287-3661,Comenecia_Oneal@ymcachgo.org,,Comencia O'Neal,
28894,Florida Sheriffs Caruth Camp, Inglis,FL,352-444-2259,352-447-0400,fsyr@youthranches.org,http://www.youthranches
28990,Camp Kiwanis, Danielsville,GA,706-795-2098,706-795-0904,crobinson2@bgcma.org,,Carly Robinson, To provide a qua
29049,Sabes JCC Camp Olami, Minneapolis,MN,952-381-3421,952-381-3401,summer@sabesjcc.org,http://www.campolami.
29104,Black Bear Lake Day Camp, Clarksburg,NJ,609-259-1777,609-259-2248,fun@blackbearlake.com,http://www.blackbear
29124,Skye Farm, Warrensburg,NY,518 494-7170,,skyefarmed@logical.net,http://www.skyefarmcamp.org,David Johnston,
29651,Frogbridge Day Camp, Millstone Township,NJ,609-208-9050,609-208-9052,info@frogbridge.com,http://www.frogbrid
29660,Foglia YMCA Day Camp, Lake Zurich,IL,847-438-5300,847-438-4605,Jim_Dalbec@YMCACHGO.org,,Jim Dalbec,
29974,Samuel Field Bay Terrace YMHA, Wheatley Heights,NY,718-225-6750,718-423-8276,samfieldy@aol.com,http://www.s
30214,Camp Enchantment, Albuquerque,NM,505-262-6022,505-559-9433,erika.sedillo@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org,E
30325,Lions Camp Tatiyee Inc, Lakeside,AZ,480-380-4254,928-537-2421,ArizonaLionsCamp@cox.net,http://www.arizonalion
30469,Ramah Darom Inc, Clayton,GA,404-531-0801,404-531-0450,info@ramahdarom.org,http://www.ramahdarom.org,Geo
30560,WOW in AZ Inc Youth Camp, MAYER,AZ,623-842-4150,,jlavalley@woodmen.org,http://www.woodmen.com,,
30594,Camp Del Corazon Inc, Los Angeles,CA,818-754-0312,818-754-0842,gknight@campdelcorazon.org,http://www.campd
30625,Camp Gan Israel of Greenwich, Greenwich,CT,203-629-9059,203-629-9467,camp@campgan.com,http://www.campga
30768,Leo Yassenoff JCC Day Camps, Columbus,OH,614-231-2731,614-231-8222,hschwartz@columbusjcc.org,http://www.co
30903,American Wilderness Leadership School, Jackson,WY,520-620-1220,520-618-3538,shankner@safariclub.org,http://ww
30981,Camp Forrest, Joshua Tree,CA,760-329-6471,760-366-0146,campforrest@adelphia.net,,Buck Prentiss, We offer an inte
31249,Camp Luther, Conneaut,OH,440-224-2196,440-224-2267,luther@lomocamps.org,http://www.lomocamps.org,Corey W
31275,WOW East Tennessee, Crossville,TN,865-690-5050,865-690-5911,rcordova@woodmen.org,http://www.woodmen.org
31323,Fern & Feather Day Camp, Vineyard Haven,MA,508-627-4850,508-627-6052,predmond@massaudubon.org,http://ww
31324,Broadmoor Natural History Day Camp, Natick,MA,508-655-2296,508-647-0429,BroadmoorCamp@massaudubon.org,h
31437,Ranch Camp at Down Home Ranch, Elgin,TX,888-926-2253,512-856-0256,camps@downhomeranch.org,http://www.d
31602,Camp Winaca, Scott Depot,WV,304-293-1205,304-293-1216,agraham@hsc.wvu.edu,,Anita Graham,
31615,International Gymnastics Camp, Stroudsburg,PA,570-629-0244,570-620-0616,office@internationalgymnastics.com,htt
31633,Camp Dickenson, Fries,VA,276-744-7241,276-744-7241,campdickenson@centurylink.net,http://www.holsonconferen
31841,ADA Northern Illinois Day Camp, Glen Ellyn,IL,312-346-1805,312-346-5342,sapsey@diabetes.org,,, Provides children o
31917,Camp Latgawa, Eagle Point,OR,541-826-9699,,camplatgawa@hotmail.com,http://www.gocamping.org,Eva LaBonty," A
32010,Lions Camp Merrick Inc, Nanjemoy,MD,301-645-5616,301-374-2282,campmerrick@aol.com,http://www.lionscampme
32255,WOW I L Knight Youth Camp N GA, Gainesville,GA,706-778-7071,,cwaters@woodmen.com,,Curtis Waters,
32268,The Ultimate Day Camp at Dedham Health & Athletic, Dedham,MA,781-326-2900,781-329-1629,camps@dedhamheal
32344,Habonim Camp Tavor, Three Rivers,MI,262-334-0399,262-334-0736,execdir@camptavor.org,http://www.camptavor.o
32390,Camp Sunshine, Casco,ME,207-655-3800,207-655-3825,mkatz@campsunshine.org,http://www.campsunshine.org,Mic
32419,Lake View YMCA Day Camp, Chicago,IL,773-248-3333,773-248-3374,ryan_smith@ymcachgo.org,http://www.lakeview
32512,North Shore Holiday House Camp, Huntington,NY,631-427-7630,631-470-9727,info@nshh.org,http://www.nshh.org,M
32534,Camp Kulaqua, High Springs,FL,386-454-1351,386-454-4748,pyounts@campkulaqua.com,http://www.campkulaqua.co
32725,Sonoma County YMCA Strawberry, Santa Rosa,CA,707-544-1829,707-544-4432,,http://www.scfymca.org/programssum
32943,Cheerio Adventures, Mouth Of Wilson,VA,336-363-2604,336-363-3671,info@cheerioadventures.com,http://www.che
32994,Skokie Park District Camps, Skokie,IL,847-674-1500,847-674-9201,pzeid@skokieparkdistrict.org,http://www.skokiepar
32997,Medomak Camp, Washington,ME,301-854-9100,301-854-2090,family@medomakcamp.com,http://www.medomakca
33102,Emma Kaufmann Camp, Morgantown,WV,412-521-8011,412-208-9107,sbuzza@jccpgh.org,http://www.emmakauffma
33111,The Woodlands Foundation, Wexford,PA,724-935-6533,724-935-6511,pmonaghan@woodlandsfoundation.org,http://
33422,Camp St Thekla, Lafayette,LA,337-232-9808,,frphilip.rogers@gmail.com,http://www.campstthekla.org,,
33567,YMCA Camp Kenan, Barker,NY,716-434-8887,716-434-0227,ymcacampkenan@gmail.com,http://www.lockportymca.c
33585,Camp Henry, New York,NY,212-254-3100,212-777-1445,grideout@henrystreet.org,http://www.henrystreet.org,Danie
33649,Camp Happy Valley Salvation Army, Scott Depot,WV,304-343-4548,304-343-6701,jennifer_richmond@uss.salvationar
33666,Outdoor Adventure Camp, Harpers Ferry,WV,304-535-2663,304-535-2610,info@outdooradventurecamp.com,http://w
33667,The Hulbert Outdoor Center, Fairlee,VT,802-333-3405,802-333-3404,Brendan_Madden@alohafoundation.org,http://w
33771,Midwest City YMCA, Choctaw,OK,405-733-9622,405-733-9626,sjackson@ymcaokc.org,,Tammy Newton," To put Chris
33821,Wagon Road Camp, Chappaqua,NY,914-238-4761,914-238-0714,vincec@childrensaidsociety.org,http://www.children
34044,Lake Okoboji UM Camp, Spirit Lake,IA,712-336-2936,712-336-1822,keith@okobojicamp.com,http://www.okobojicam
34165,Montlure, Greer,AZ,623-444-2612,,montlurecamp@gmail.com,http://www.montlure.org,Kristy Gropel,
34242,Indy Parks Environmental Education Day Camp, Indianapolis,IN,317-327-7275,,jpope@indygov.org,http://www.indypa
34252,Camp Harmony, Warren,NJ,800-842-2842,732-469-9444,carol@uggabugga.com,http://www.campharmony.com,Jerry
34443,Mount Shepherd Retreat Center, Asheboro,NC,336-629-4085,336-629-4880,mtsheph@asheboro.com,http://www.mt
34535,Camp Wathana, Holly,MI,248-634-7243,248-634-7560,jbest@campfiresem.org,,Neil Allmark,
34628,Y Camp at Sandy Point State Park, Annapolis,MD,410-760-4363,410-760-4980,lanasmith@ymaryland.org,http://www.
34637,Y Camp at Carroll Family Center, Westminster,MD,410-848-3660,410-876-9319,lanasmith@ymaryland.org,http://www
34640,Y Camp at Dancel Family Center, Ellicott City,MD,410-465-4334,410-750-9553,lanasmith@ymaryland.org,http://www.
34744,Stoney Creek Ranch, New Ulm,TX,713-871-8300,713-871-8307,phyllis@stoneycreekranch.org,http://www.stoneycree
34753,Camp Adventure, Shelter Island,NY,631-749-3521,631-436-5380,elisa.brundige@cancer.org,http://www.cancer.org/ca
34835,Camp Pinewood, Arkport,NY,585-292-5160,585-292-1086,janet.depetrillo@gswny.org,http://www.gswny.org,,
34958,Camp Angelos, Corbett,OR,503-695-5267,503-695-5340,gnbuhler@msn.com,http://www.campangelos.org,Greg Malb
36371,Camp JCC, San Antonio,TX,210-302-6820,210-408-2341,guerrol@jcc-sa.org,http://www.jccsanantonio.org,Lisa Guerre
36385,Twin Rocks Friends Camp, Rockaway Beach,OR,503-355-2284,503-355-8341,friendscamp@twinrocks.org,http://www.
36593,Falcon Horse Lover Camp, Carrollton,OH,800-837-2267,216-991-4908,dave@falconcamp.com,http://www.falconcamp
36716,Quillian Memorial Center Inc, Houston,TX,713-781-9195,713-789-6580,tgaden@quilliancenter.org,http://www.quillian
36900,Fiver Children's Foundation, Earlville,NY,212-971-9562,212-971-9564,Christie@fiver.org,http://www.fiver.org,Christie
36954,Camp DeWolfe, Wading River,NY,631-929-4325,631-929-6553,campdewolfe@aol.com,http://www.campdewolfe.org,
37099,Westfield Area Y, Westfield,NJ,908-233-2700,908-232-3306,mcollett@westfieldynj.org,http://www.westfieldynj.org,,
37360,Camp Ponderosa Ranch, Heber,AZ,928-535-5082,928 535-5102,neil.labarge@usw.salvationarmy.org,http://www.Cam
37617,Manzano Mountain Retreat, Torreon,NM,505-858-1533,505-858-1525,manzano@swcp.com,http://www.manzanoret
37647,Y Camp at Ward Family Center, Joppa,MD,410-836-5075,410-893-5089,lanasmith@ymaryland.org,http://www.ymary
37683,Blue Streak Stables, Seguin,TX,830-372-1677,,rideahorse@bluestreakstables.com,http://www.summerhorsecamp.com
38174,Camp Greystone, Tuxedo,NC,828-693-3182,828-693-1562,office@campgreystone.com,http://www.campgreystone.co
38715,Blue Sky Meadow, Big Bear City,CA,562-940-1602,562-940-1662,bsm.hawke@yahoo.com,,Shaun Hawke, Blue Sky Me
39075,The Museum of Flight (ACE), Tukwila,WA,206-768-7141,206-764-5707,ace@museumofflight.org,http://www.museum
39270,Camp Cloud Rim, Park City,UT,801-265-8472,801-261-1213,cjohnstone@gsutah.org,,Carolyn Johnston," Camp Cloud R
39298,Camp Del Oro, Nevada City,CA,530-478-0277,530-478-0281,bob.kittle@usw.salvationarmy.org,http://www.campdelo
39480,Adventure Unit, South Windsor,CT,860-648-6355,860-648-5048,ryan.kane@southwindsor.org,http://www.recreation
39481,Preschool Camp (Little Explorers), South Windsor,CT,860-648-6355,860-648-5048,ryan.kane@southwindsor.org,,Ray F
39521,Camp Michigamme, Michigamme,MI,906-323-6521,906-323-6524,jimdaly@campmichigamme.org,http://www.campm
39542,Our Kids Day Camp II Inc, Woodbourne,NY,845-434-3788,,helen@okdc2.com,http://www.okdc2.com,," One of few tra
39563,Camp Homeward Bound, Bear Mountain,NY,212-776-2020,212-776-2171,bmcentarfer@cfthomeless.org,http://www.
39667,Camp Roanoke, Salem,VA,540-387-6114,540-387-6043,gmartin@roanoakecounty.va.gov,http://www.camproanoke.c
39709,Camp Thunderhead, Mercer,WI,414-645-1060,414-645-0505,hesslingm@njms.org,http://www.njms.org,Melodie Hess
39711,FFGC Wekiva Youth Camp, Apopka,FL,407-679-4370,407-884-2019,campwekivadirector@hotmail.com,http://www.ffg
39716,"SOAR, Inc", Dubois,WY,828-456-3435,828-456-3449,admissions@soarnc.org,http://www.soarnc.org,"Becki Burnett, J
39735,Prospect Heights Park District, Prospect Heights,IL,847-394-2848,847-394-7799,lfudala@prospectheightsparkdistrict.o
39760,YMCA Camp Lowe, Lancaster,MA,978-343-4847,978-342-5462,lrivera@montymca.org,http://www.montymca.org,Len
39940,High Peak Camp, ESTES PARK,CO,970-586-3311,970-586-0595,darcy.sunderland@usw.salvationarmy.org,http://www.
39944,Bishop Stoney Camp and Conference Center, Santa Fe,NM,505-983-5610,505-216-0706,info@campstoney.org,http://
40046,Camp Hidden Lake, Lexington,MS,601-969-7560,601-968-0272,charles_whiten@uss.salvationarmy.org,,Major Chuck W
40070,Camp Tioga, THOMPSON,PA,516-938-0894,516-938-3184,camptioga@aol.com,http://www.camptioga.com,Mike Wag
40106,Tim Horton Camp Kentahten, Campbellsville,KY,270-465-9250,270-465-9102,patterson_carrie@timhortons.com,http:
40125,United Youth Camps, Milford,OH,208-463-4234,,steve_nutzman@ucg.org,http://www.ucg.org/youthcamps,Steve Nut
40335,YMCA Camp Kenan Day Camp, Lockport,NY,716-434-8887,716-434-0227,ymcacampkenan@gmail.com,http://www.lo
40339,Ronald McDonald Camp, Greeley,PA,704-771-4807,,cindy@philarmh.org,http://www.philarmh.org/ourprograms/rona
40525,Lake Koronis Assembly Grounds, Paynesville,MN,320-243-4544,320-243-7334,lkag@lkdllink.net,,Warren Kaestner," Ch
40587,Greenwood Trails, Winsted,CT,516-483-7272,516-483-7271,fun@greenwoodtrails.com,http://www.greenwoodtrails.c
40725,Night Eagle Wilderness, E Wallingford,VT,802-773-7866,,nightegl@sover.net,http://www.nighteaglewilderness.com,B
40741,Palo Alto Family YMCA, Palo Alto,CA,650-856-9622,650-856-7783,dkoba@ymcasv.org,http://www.ymcamidpen.org,D
40770,Camp Mitton, Brewster,MA,781-834-2700,,jfay@crossroads4kids.org,http://www.crossroads4kids.org,Joanne Fay, A s
40782,Camp St Johns Northwestern, Delafield,WI,262-646-7228,262-646-7189,mweigel@sjnma.org,http://www.sjnma.org,L
40788,YMCA Camp Big Creek, Alpharetta,GA,770-664-1220,770-664-0337,,,Amy Miller," Outdoor rustic day camp for camper
40801,YMCA Camp Manitoo, Barrington,RI,401-245-2444,401-245-6588,msquatrito@gpymca.org,,Tina Darling," Where grea
40840,Sellers Camp, Oklahoma City,OK,405-685-3311,,sue.wood@okc.gov,,Cindy Alvis,
40873,Urban Mission Branch YMCA, Indianapolis,IN,317-713-8570,317-269-6068,llang@indymca.org,http://www.indymca.or
41090,Northeast Family YMCA, Philadelphia,PA,215-632-0100,215-632-1484,mgill@philaymca.org,,Margie Gill," We build str
41106,Camp Fun in the Sun, Spokane,WA,509-232-9135,509-232-8355,randalll@cherspokane.org,http://www.campfuninthe
41208,The Painted Turtle, Lake Hughes,CA,310-451-1353,310-451-1357,info@thepaintedturtle.org,http://www.thepaintedtu
41397,Fernwood Cove, Harrison,ME,207-583-2381,207-583-6016,jim@fernwoodcove.com,http://www.fernwoodcove.com,J
41432,Camp River Trails, Sheridan,IL,630-544-5900,,lworcester@girlscoutsgcnwi.org,,Leslie Worcester,
41441,SpringHill Camps - Indiana, Seymour,IN,812-497-0008,812-497-0195,bdinsmore@springhillcamps.com,http://www.sp
41447,Camp Radians, Cayey,PR,787-263-7193,787-738-2700,gaston@prtc.net,,Juan Martinez,
41451,Camp Pinnacle, Clayton,GA,770-936-5328,770-452-6572,camppinnacle@netst.org,,Karen Pace," Camp Pinnacle Confe
41494,Camp Monroe, Laurel Hill,NC,910-276-1654,910-276-0422,jonstricklin@monroecampandretreatcenter.org,http://www
41602,SDSU Upward Bound, San Diego,CA,619-594-6451,619-594-7821,cpark@mail.sdsu.edu,http://www.pci.sdsu.edu/ub/,T
41624,Camp Pretty Pond, Raleigh,NC,919-734-6231,919-734-9038,cdeaton@nccoastalpines.org,http://www.gscoastalnc.org
41758,Tulsa County Park Dept, Tulsa,OK,918-596-5977,,pward@tulsacounty.org,http://www.tulsacountyparks.org,Cherrie Le
41797,YMCA Blue Ash Camp Creekwood, Cincinnati,OH,513-791-5000,513-792-5309,kanstaett@cincinnatiymca.org,http://w
41818,Round Lake Area Park District, Round Lake,IL,847-546-8558,847-740-8180,hwodrich@rlapd.org,http://www.rlapd.org,
42039,Camp ReCreation, Susanville,CA,916-733-0136,916-733-0195,mail@camprec.org,http://www.camprec.org,, Camp ReC
42073,Camp Merrie Woode, Plainwell,MI,269-343-1516,269-343-0370,nwebster@gshom.org,http://www.gshom.org,," Girl S
42075,URJ Henry S Jacobs Camp, Utica,MS,601-885-6042,601-885-6269,jacobscamp@urj.org,http://www.jacobs.urjcamps.or
42232,FCYD Camp UTADA, West Jordan,UT,801-566-6913,801-566-9899,,http://www.fcydcamp.org,"David Okubo, MD"," Est
42237,Camp Niwana, Port Orchard,WA,206-463-3174,206-463-6936,jan-m@campfire-usa.org,http://www.campfire-usa.org/
42238,Horizons Day Camp, Fairlee,VT,802-333-3400,802-333-3404,,http://www.alohafoundation.org,Danny Kerr," The Aloha
42334,Salvation Army-Camp Tomahawk, Hedgesville,WV,304-754-3849,304-754-3897,Henry_morris@uss.salvationarmy.org,
42393,Warren W Willis UM Camp, Fruitland Park,FL,352-787-4345,352-787-8650,mstandifer@flumc.org,http://www.umsum
42553,YMCA Camp Broad Rock, Peace Dale,RI,401-783-3900,401-783-4025,jmartin@gpymca.org,http://www.southcountyym
42703,Camp Paradise Valley, Burkesville,KY,502-583-5391,502-625-1198,ktdys@aol.com,,Captain Dwayne Durham,
43064,CNS Camp New Connections, Belmont,MA,617-855-2858,617-855-2833,mbmorin@partners.org,http://www.mcleanh
43126,Summer Fenn Day Camp, Concord,MA,978-318-3614,978-318-3683,summercamp@fenn.org,http://www.summerfenn
43181,Camp Live Oak North Miami FL, North Miami Beach,FL,305-940-4748,305-940-9908,info@campliveoakfl.com,http://w
43445,Raintree Ranch YMCA, Julian,CA,760-765-0642,760-765-0183,camp@ymca.org,http://camp.ymca.org,Tom Madeyski,"
43527,Camp Tekawitha Retreat & Conference Center, Shawano,WI,715-526-2316,715-526-6448,camptekawitha@gbdioc.org
43675,Camp ChildServe, Ames,IA,515-727-2350,515-727-8757,melodyb@childserve.org,http://www.childserve.org,Melody B
43697,TJCC Summer Camps, Tucson,AZ,520-299-3000,520-529-0373,szorn@tucsonjcc.org,http://www.tjccshalom.org,Scott Z
43710,Camp Hapitok, San Luis Obispo,CA,805-593-3125,805-546-0646,camphapitok@camphapitok.org,http://www.camphap
43916,Berkshire Outdoor Center, Becket,MA,413-623-8991,413-623-5890,ncabelka@bccymca.org,http://www.bccymca.org,
44024,Katy Isaacson & Elaine Gordon Lodge, East Jewett,NY,212-780-2524,212-777-3771,maryanne.killeen@ahrcnyc.org,http
44042,Copper Cannon, Franconia,NH,603-823-8107,603-823-9959,info@coppercannon.org,http://www.coppercannon.org,,
44060,Camp Anne, Ancramdale,NY,212-780-2524,212-777-3771,maryanne.killeen@ahrcnyc.org,http://www.ahrcnyc.org,Sav
44118,Ambler YMCA Camp Fantastic, Ambler,PA,215-628-9950,215-646-8863,cpinder@philaymca.org,http://www.amblerym
44121,Crystal Springs Camp Inc, Kelso,TN,931-937-8621,931-937-8621,medbur@bellsouth.net,http://www.crystalspringscam
44181,Aloha Beach Camp, West Hills,CA,818-932-4600,818-932-4666,info@alohabeachcamp.com,http://www.alohabeachca
44228,Moose River Outpost, Moose River,ME,603-875-3600,,bob@christiancamps.org,http://www.christiancamps.neg,,
44293,Eaa Air Academy, Oshkosh,WI,920-426-4815,920-426-6765,bcampbell@eaa.org,http://www.airacademy.org,Bob Cam
44332,Wander Wisconsin, Madison,WI,608-276-9782 x 24,608-276-4050,janderson@wisconsinyouthcompany.org,http://ww
44588,Camp Meriwether, Luthersville,GA,770-927-1020,770-927-0783,kelliott@girlscoutsofgreateratlanta.org,http://www.g
44829,North River Discovery Nature, Marshfield,MA,781-837-9400,,southshore@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubo
44839,Camp Watchaug, Charlestown,RI,401-596-2894,401-596-8675,info@campwatchaug.org,http://www.campwatchaug.o
44936,Widewater Retreat Center, Liberty Center,OH,419-533-5900,,widewater@wocumc.org,http://www.westohiocamps.co
44970,Camp Kateri Tekakwitha, Williamsburg,KS,913-721-1570,913-721-1577,PrairieStarRanch@gmail.com,http://www.arch
45028,Brant Lake Dance Center, Brant Lake,NY,518-494-2406,518-494-7372,karenblc@aol.com,http://www.blcdance.com,Ki
45046,JCC of Mid-Westchester, Scarsdale,NY,914-472-3300 x 336,914-472-9270,symonsc@jccmw.org,http://www.jccmw.org
45098,Camp Gan Israel of Central NJ, Piscataway,NJ,732-296-1800,732-828-6890,mwteacher@aol.com,,Mrs. Lori Stricker," F
45199,Camp Greene Wood, Naperville,IL,630-544-5900,630-544-5999,lworcester@girlscoutsgcnwi.org,http://www.girlscout
45205,Campus Kids - Minisink, Port Jervis,NY,203-743-6395,203-743-6973,ckminisink@campuskids.com,http://www.campus
45217,Pilgrim Park Camp Conference Center, Princeton,IL,815-447-2390,815-447-2205,mitch@pilgrimparkcamp.org,http://w
45290,South Central 4-H Center, Repub City,NE,402-472-2846,402-472-9024,lshearer2@unl.edu,http://www.4h.unl.edu/cam
45488,South MS WOW Youth Camp, Hattiesburg,MS,601-932-0800,601-932-0804,fwatson@woodmen.org,,Farris Watson,
45556,Camp Kids Inc, Fresno,CA,559-298-9256,559-299-8182,vfranks@peopleschurch.org,,Venus Franks,
45572,Y Camp at Towson Family Center, Towson,MD,410-823-8870,410-823-0744,lanasmith@ymaryland.org,http://www.ym
45625,Brewster Day Camp, Brewster,MA,888-396-2267,401-461-4647,info@brewsterdaycamp.com,http://www.brewsterda
45640,Wave Week, Villanova,PA,202-686-4354,202-686-6666,info@sparkthewave.org,http://www.sparkthewave.org,Tom C
45642,Tiffin YMCA Summer Day Camp, Tiffin,OH,419-447-8711,419-447-8704,mking@tiffinymca.org,http://www.tiffinymca.o
45828,Camp EXPO, Los Angeles,CA,213-763-0114,213-763-3117,melody.valenzuela@lacity.org,http://www.rap.lacity.org,,
45907,Pinelands Center at Mt Misery, Browns Mills,NJ,609-893-3354,609-893-0472,pinelandscenter@yahoo.com,http://www
45986,Sonoma County YMCA Grant Day Camp, Petaluma,CA,707-544-1829,707-544-4432,mhead@scfymca.org,http://www.
45988,Northern Tier BSA, Ely,MN,218-365-4811,218-365-3112,kevin.dowling@scouting.org,http://www.ntier.org,Kevin Dow
45989,Florida Sea Base, Islamorada,FL,305-664-4173,305-664-2039,rokolb@netbsa.org,http://www.bsaseabase.org,Paul Bea
46027,Lions Bear Lake Camp, Lapeer,MI,810-245-0726,810-245-0750,info@bearlakecamp.org,http://www.bearlakecamp.org
46034,Camp Kingswood, Minnetrista,MN,952-472-3586,952-472-2248,campkingswood@frontiernet.net,http://www.campm
46035,Ko-Wa-Kan, Ely,MN,612-230-2267,612-870-1260,nstar@campminnesota.org,http://www.campminnesota.org,, To ass
46036,Northern Pines Assembly Ground, Park Rapids,MN,218-732-4713,,northernpines@campminnesota.org,http://www.no
46037,Star Lake, Pequot Lakes,MN,218-543-4871,218-543-4871,info@starlakewildernesscamp.com,http://www.starlakewild
46060,Wellspring New York, Cerritos,CA,866-364-0808,562-467-5578,kmueller@wellspringcamps.com,http://www.wellsprin
46226,Beth El Day Camp, New Rochelle,NY,914-235-2700,914-235-2718,jrockowitz@bethelnr.org,,Julie Rockowitz," Caring, n
46258,Shaffer's High Sierra Camp Inc, Sattley,CA,866-597-6617,415-962-4092,scottandlisa@highsierracamp.com,http://www
46266,The Marsh, North East,MD,443-674-6454,410-287-3196,campinfo@sandycove.org,http://www.sandycove.org/thema
46274,Camp Beech Cliff, Mount Desert,ME,207-244-0365,207-244-3355,info@campbeechcliff.org,http://www.campbeechcli
46281,Camp Hardee, Blounts Creek,NC,252-946-0492,252-946-0492,ceaton@nccoastalpines.org,http://www.gscoastalnc.org
46289,Camp For All, Burton,TX,713-686-5666,713-686-1242,,http://www.campforall.org,Kurt Podeszwa, Camp For All is a ye
46419,Janette Pollay Program Center, Duluth,MN,218-726-4710,218-726-4715,pnash-dooley@gslakesandpines.org,http://ww
46562,Columbus Youth Camp, Columbus,IN,812-342-3205,812-342-2698,todd@columbusyouthcamp.com,http://www.colum
46604,Licking Co Family YMCA Day Camp, Newark,OH,740-345-9628,740-349-8535,heather.hawkins@lcfymca.org,,Heather H
46609,Lake Huron Retreat Center, Burtchville,MI,810-327-6272,810-327-6223,lakehuronretreat@comcast.net,http://www.la
46703,Crystal Lake Park Dist Camp, Crystal Lake,IL,815-459-0680,815-477-5005,sthompson@crystallakeparks.org,http://www
46705,Camp Weaver, Greensboro,NC,336-697-0525,,info@campweaver.org,http://www.campweaver.org,Jamie Cosson, Cam
46717,Camp Kinder Ring, Hopewell Junction,NY,845-221-2771,845-227-7881,office@campkr.com,http://www.campkr.com,I
46733,Camp Myeerah, Bellefontaine,OH,937-593-5106,937-593-7192,keldaheitkamp@girlscoutsofwesternohio.org,,Kelda He
46735,Cub Creek Science Camp, Rolla,MO,573-458-2125,573-458-2126,director@bearriverranch.com,http://www.bearriverr
47183,West Bay Family YMCA Camp, North Kingstown,RI,401-295-6501,401-295-7864,hmorris@gpymca.org,http://www.sum
47322,East Bay Camp, Hudson,IL,309-828-5042,309-365-7532,kdodd@igrcamp.org,http://www.eastbaycamp.org,Deb Towns
47431,Camp Silverbrook, Milwaukee,WI,414-443-3985,414-476-5958,twatson@gswise.org,http://www.gswise.org,Tracy Wa
47684,Camp Daisy Hindman, Topeka,KS,785-273-3100,785-273-3616,karakellerman@girlscoutsksmo.org,http://www.girlsco
47780,Hopewell Valley YMCA, Pennington,NJ,609-737-3048,609-737-8081,dwilliams@hvymca.org,http://www.hvymca.org,D
47804,Ox Lake Lutheran Bible Camp, Amery,WI,715-268-8434,715-268-4451,jima@campwapo.org,http://www.campwapo.o
47805,Luther Dell Lutheran Bible Camp, Remer,MN,715-268-8434,715-268-4451,jima@campwapo.org,,Al Johnson," Welcom
47879,Songadeewin of Keewaydin, Salisbury,VT,802-352-9860,802-352-4772,ellen@keewaydin.org,http://www.keewaydin.o
47884,Pali Overnight Adventures, Running Springs,CA,909-867-5743,909-867-7643,director@paliadventures.com,http://www
48145,Iroquois Springs, Rock Hill,NY,845-434-6500,845-434-6508,mark@iroquoissprings.com,http://www.iroquoissprings.co
48287,Lake Stockwell Day Camp YMCA, Medford,NJ,609-654-8225,609-654-8895,jen@ycamp.org,http://www.ycamp.org,Jen
48437,Deer Valley YMCA Camp, Fort Hill,PA,814-662-4031,814-662-4246,tbrinkman@ymcapgh.org,http://www.deervalleyym
48438,Collegiate YMCA, Pittsburgh,PA,412-648-7960,,ymca@pitt.edu,,Lila deKlaver,
48506,Camp Cormorant, Lake Park,MN,701-281-0126,701-277-4832,campcormorant@fmymca.org,http://www.campcormo
48570,JCYS Camp Red Leaf, Ingleside,IL,847-740-5010,847-740-5014,awarner@jcys.org,http://www.henryhornercamp.com/r
48676,Enchanted Hills Camp for Blind, Napa,CA,415-431-1481,415-863-7568,afletcher@lighthouse-sf.org,http://www.lightho
48716,Camp Jump Start, Imperial,MO,636-287-5004,,jean@campjumpstart.com,http://www.campjumpstart.com,"Jean Huel
48952,Mah-Kah-Wee Program Center, Chuluota,FL,407-365-6827,407-365-9843,trivera@citrus-gs.org,,,
49247,Southern Oaks, Oklahoma City,OK,405-297-2386,405-297-3657,,,Teresa Hoddy,
49248,Northwest Optimist, Oklahoma City,OK,405-297-2386,405-297-3657,sue.wood@okc.gov,,Toby Tobin,
49495,Camp Woodmen, Wrightwood,CA,760-241-2524,760-241-3437,dcoutts@woodmen.com,,Dennis Coutts,
49540,Indy Parks Therapeutic Day Camp, Indianapolis,IN,317-327-7419,,jpope@indygov.org,http://www.indy.gov/eGov/City
49542,Indy Parks Adventure Day Camps, Indianapolis,IN,317-327-7419,,jpope@indygov.org,http://www.indyparks.org,Joenn
49690,The Phoebe Needles Center, Callaway,VA,540-483-3760,,johnhheck@gmail.com,http://www.phoebeneedles.org,John
49742,Camp St George, Cedar Rapids,IA,724-238-9565,,fatherpatrick@saintignatiuschurch.org,http://www.campstgeorge.org
49803,Spokane Valley YMCA Day Camp, Spokane Valley,WA,509-838-3577,,creynolds@ymcaspokane.org,http://www.ymcas
49874,Swift Nature Camp, Minong,WI,630-654-8036,630-654-8036,swiftcamp@aol.com,http://www.swiftnaturecamp.com,J
50044,Avid4 Adventure, Boulder,CO,720-249-2412,303-265-9445,info@avid4.com,http://www.Avid4.com,David Secunda," F
50864,Camp Kudzu, Atlanta,GA,404-250-1811,404-250-1812,kshreve@campkudzu.org,http://www.campkudzu.org,,
50884,Bablerwild, Wildwood,MO,636-458-3048,636-458-9589,stewartheather@rockwood.k12.mo.us,http://www.rockwood
50987,Camp Horseshoe, Rhinelander,WI,847-433-9140,847-433-9145,Fun@camphorseshoe.com,http://www.camphorsesho
50989,CW Post Summer Day Camp, Greenvale,NY,516-299-2772,516-299-3435,dana.weiss@liu.edu,http://www.liu.edu/sum
51024,Boston Nature Center Day Camp, Mattapan,MA,617-983-8500,617-983-8012,ekelly@massaudubon.org,http://www.m
51026,Hampton Country Day Camp, Glen Cove,NY,516-953-5171,631-907-3513,dave@camptlc.com,http://www.hamptonco
51062,THE OAKS Camp & Conference Center, Lake Hughes,CA,661-724-1018,661-724-0310,oaks@worldimpact.org,http://ww
51105,Emagination Computer Camps, Atlanta,GA,888-226-6733,781-933-0749,allison@computercamps.com,http://www.co
51194,Bar T Mountainside, Urbana,MD,301-948-3172,301-948-6871,,http://www.bar-t.com,,
51196,Eagle River Day Camp, Monroe Township,NJ,609-448-5885,609-448-0029,mailbag@eagleriverdaycamp.com,http://ww
51312,Starwoods Outdoor Center, Clearwater,KS,620-545-8310,316-684-4141,bgonio@gskh.org,http://www.kansasgirlscout
51340,Prime Time Kids' Camp, Burlingame,CA,650-697-7311,650-697-6003,cathy@ptac.net,,,
51342,Camp Dynomite, Flemington,NJ,908-782-4009,908-782-7516,bonaguidi@healthquest-fitness.com,http://www.campd
51382,Summer at Park, Brookline,MA,617-274-6024,617-730-8932,summerprograms@parkschool.org,http://www.parkscho
51639,Wildwood Outdoor Education Center, Lacygne,KS,913-757-4500,913-757-2624,wildwood@peoplestelecom.net,,," A W
51661,West Carrollton YMCA, West Carrollton,OH,937-866-9622,937-866-4916,bpuckett@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymc
51680,Kare Youth League & RHP, Arcadia,CA,626-442-1160,,,,,
51687,Victory Junction, Randleman,NC,336-498-9055,336-498-9090,mbfraley@victoryjunction.org,http://www.victoryjuncti
51709,Imaginarium Explorer Camp, Anchorage,AK,907-276-9280,907-929-9290,camp@anchoragemuseum.org,http://www.a
51713,Elks Camp Moore, Pompton Lakes,NJ,609-651-6209,732-326-1319,ecmdirector@gmail.com,http://www.njelks.org,To
51721,Camp Ulbrich, Wallingford,CT,203-269-4497,203-284-0572,eskinner@wallingfordymca.org,http://wallingfordfamilyym
51853,Huber Heights YMCA, Huber Heights,OH,937-223-5201,,jsullenberger@daytonYMCA.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,J
51855,Kleptz YMCA, Clayton,OH,937-223-5201,,mhumbert@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org/index.php/Program
51870,Lake Valley Camp Inc, Boscobel,WI,414-431-4508,866-529-5106,jflint@lakevalleycamp.org,http://www.lakevalleycam
51920,Shady Grove YMCA Camp Kanawha, Glen Allen,VA,804-270-3866,804-270-0478,mottleyc@ymcarichmond.org,http://w
52051,Abington YMCA Day Camp, Abington,PA,215-884-9622,,rryan@philaymca.org,http://www.abingtonymca.org,Ramon R
52067,Camp Odyssey at Salisbury School, Salisbury,MD,410-742-4464,410-546-2310,,http://www.campodyssey.org,Dr. Harla
52113,Camp Flastacowo @ the FSU Reservation, Tallahassee,FL,850-644-6892,850-644-9852,rezoffice@admin.fsu.edu,http:/
52145,Camp Cornerstone, Upper Marlboro,MD,301-868-8363,,,http://www.cornerpeace.org,Lisa Maynor, Camp Cornerstone
52154,Camp Nep-In-Nae @ Wareham/Gleason YMCA, Wareham,MA,508-295-9622,508-295-8973,dimaynard@ymcasouthco
52216,Waukee Family YMCA Day Camp, Waukee,IA,515-987-9996,515-987-9921,waukee@dmymca.org,http://www.dmymc
52269,Sky Ranch at Ute Trail Inc, Powderhorn,CO,970-641-0717,,susie@skyranch.org,http://www.skyranch.org,,
52270,Sky Ranch at Cave Springs Inc, Quapaw,OK,903-266-3352,,susie@skyranch.org,,,
52320,Ocean Institute, Dana Point,CA,949-496-2274,949-248-5557,swinterhoff@ocean-institute.org,http://www.ocean-insti
52362,Possum Creek YMCA Day Camp, Trotwood,OH,937-223-7711,937-463-4880,rdent@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymca
52498,YMCA at Island Park, Dayton,OH,937-223-7711,937-463-4880,rdent@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Ro
52661,Saint Joseph HS Summer Day Camp, Lakewood,CA,562-925-5073,562-925-3315,sjhssummerdaycamp@sj-jester.org,ht
52662,Camp Coca-Cola Texas/C5Youth Foundation of TX, Killeen,TX,512-832-2513,888-202-3833,alidag@c5yf.org,http://www
52691,Boulder Ridge Day Camp, Barkhamsted,CT,860-379-6500,860-921-5165,info@boulderday.com,http://www.boulderda
52730,East Brunswick Day Camp, East Brunswick,NJ,732-390-6797,,sylvia.bravman@eastbrunswick.org,http://www.eastbrun
52835,Camp Wayfarer, Flat Rock,NC,828-696-9000,,campway@bellsouth.net,http://www.campwayfarer.com,Jim Bob & Nan
52850,WOW New Mexico Youth Corp, Albuquerque,NM,505-293-9542,505-296-0856,tlockyer@woodmen.org,,Ray Curtis,
52853,Calleva Inc, Poolesville,MD,301-216-1248,240-414-2475,alex@calleva.org,http://www.calleva.org,," Calleva offers 1 w
52870,Metropolis of Boston Camp, Contoocook,NH,603-746-4400,603-746-2142,mbcamp@tds.net,http://www.boston.goar
52950,Malvern Day Camp, Glen Mills,PA,610-558-3200,610-558-9079,tmccandless@malvernschool.com,http://www.malver
53004,Sunny Days Camp, Northridge,CA,818-677-3617,818-677-3615,jeremy.hamlett@csun.edu,http://www.usu. csun.edu/
53054,C5 Youth Foundation of Georgia, Cloudland,GA,770-200-8965,770-989-3785,jeffc@c5yf.org,http://www.c5yf.org,Jeff C
53166,Camp Kindle, Lincoln,NE,877-800-2267 x709,702-995-9186,randi@projectkindle.org,http://www.campkindle.org,, Ser
53272,Coffman YMCA Summer Day Camp, Springboro,OH,937-886-9622,937-885-9505,tperry@daytonymca.org,http://www
53321,Camp Piperwood, Victor,NY,585-223-2651,,janet.depetrillo@gswny.org,http://www.gswny.org,Janet DePetrillo, Camp
53551,Camp Mt Laurel, Hamden,CT,203-248-6361,,jwilliams@cccymca.org,,,
53563,Gan Israel Day Camps, E Northport,NY,631-656-6240,866-539-4748,info@campgi.com,http://www.campgi.com,Chana
53780,Camp War Eagle, Rogers,AR,479-751-8899,,scott@campwareagle.org,,Peter Day,
53819,Ascend Summer Youth Camp, Columbus,OH,614-338-1590,614-338-1594,janice.gray10@yahoo.com,,Rev. Mary West,
53823,Camp Gan Israel, Goleta,CA,805-636-5085,805-345-2060,info@ganizzysb.com,http://www.ganizzysb.com,Rabbi Zalmy
54091,YMCA Camp Harrison, Boomer,NC,336-921-7067,336-921-7069,campers@campharrison.org,http://www.campharriso
54168,7 Summits Day Camp, Westerville,OH,614-403-3891,614-895-8326,trey@summit-vision.com,http://www.summit-visio
54274,Camp Aranzazu Inc, Rockport,TX,361-727-0800,361-727-0818,tshelton@camparanzazu.org,http://www.camparanzazu
54371,Alsip Park District, Alsip,IL,708-389-1003,708-389-1842,ashleyadsit@alsipparks.org,http://www.alsipparks.org,Ashley
54481,Cohutta Springs Youth Camp, Crandall,GA,706-629-7951,,rob@gccsda.org,http://www.cs-yc.com,Rob Lang,
54596,Y Camp at Weinberg Family Center, Baltimore,MD,410-889-9622,410-735-8639,lanasmith@ymaryland.org,http://www
54612,Diabetes Youth Foundation Camp, Noblesville,IN,317-750-9310,,rickcrosslin@comcast.net,http://www.dyfofindiana.o
54652,Camp JRF, South Sterling,PA,215-885-5601,215-885-5603,info@campjrf.org,http://www.campjrf.org,Rabbi Isaac Sapo
54656,Camp Hidden Meadows, Bartow,WV,304-456-5191,304-456-4184,info@camphiddenmeadows.com,http://www.camp
54699,Lake Valley Day Camp, Milwaukee,WI,414-431-4508,,jflint@lakevalleycamp.org,http://www.lakevalleycamp.org,,
54713,Pinnacle Sport Summer Day Camp, Medina,OH,330-239-0616,330-239-0435,rgarbinsky@pinnaclesports.org,http://ww
54739,McCormick Tribune YMCA, Chicago,IL,773-326-2826,,rosa_nodal@ymcachgo.rog,,,
54740,Rauner YMCA, Chicago,IL,773-847-3115,,rmedina@ymcachicago.org,,Jenna Comer,
54780,Appletree Summer Day Camp, Muncie,IN,765-286-0616,765-741-5016,jcarrier@muncieymca.org,http://www.muncie
54849,Camp Evergreen, Andover,MA,978-475-2502,978-664-4663,office@campevergreen.com,http://www.campevergreen.
54874,Camp Promising Acres, Swansea,MA,401-331-4500,401-421-2937,psmith@gsri.org,http://www.gsri.org,,
54914,Kenton County YMCA Camp, Fort Thomas,KY,859-781-1814,859-781-3063,ameyn@cincinnatiymca.org,http://www.ym
55010,Teamsters Summer Camp, Pevely,MO,636-475-5375,,rongamache@teamsters688benefits.com,http://www.teamsters
55080,Kids Club, Brunswick,GA,912-261-9773,912-265-1964,thekidsclub@bellsouth.net,,,
55154,Crosspoint YMCA Day Camp, Trotwood,OH,1-937-854-9622,,anewton@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,G
55233,Westwind, Otis,OR,541-994-2383,,davem@westwind.org,,Dave Martin,
55275,Friedberg JCC Summer Camps, Oceanside,NY,516-766-4341,516-705-0490,ssmith@friedbergjcc.org,http://www.friedb
55291,WOW SO Florida, Hosford,FL,863-647-3829,,eaanderson@woodmen.com,http://www.woodmencamp.org,Elizabeth A
55312,Camp Hope, Waterloo,IA,319-296-0964,319-296-3096,info@aspiret.org,http://www.aspiretrp.org,Marilyn Moore, Cam
55415,Mayor's Youth Empowerment Program, Iowa City,IA,319-341-0060,319-341-0059,a.tedore@myep.us,http://www.my
55474,"Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-SPARK", New Brunswick,NJ,732-932-6998 x601,732-932-1197,rosasr@rci
55708,Pike YMCA, Indianapolis,IN,317-297-9622,317-297-9820,mrichardson@indyymca.org,http://www.indymca.org,Monica
55730,Camp Pathway, Macon,GA,478-477-3383,478-474-6370,recreation@hephzibah.com,http://www.camppathway.org,,
55790,Camp Rocky Farm, Newport,RI,401-331-4500,401-421-2937,lpansa@gsri.org,http://www.gsri.org,Beth Bergeron,
55791,Camp Cookie, Chepachet,RI,401-331-4500,401-421-2937,lpansa@gsri.org,http://www.gsri.org,Dorothy Pansa,
55815,Camp Veritans, Haledon,NJ,973-595-0100,973-595-5234,rudowc@ymha-nj.org,,Carla Rudow," Camp Veritans is a day
55857,Pine Valley Bible Camp, Ellwood City,PA,724-752-1661,724-752-1662,pine.valley@verizon.net,http://www.pinevalleyb
55907,TIC Summer Camp-VA, McLean,VA,703-241-5542,703-229-4149,ticcamp.va@gmail.com,http://www.ticcamp.com,Em
55915,Camp Oak Hill, Raleigh,NC,919-782-2888,919-782-2890,info@campoakhill.org,http://www.campoakhill.org,Peter Roch
55988,Camp Gan Israel Running Spring, Los Angeles,CA,310-622-8030,310-208-5811,director@cgirunningsprings.com,http://
56075,Bank Street Summer Camp, New York,NY,212-875-4705,212-665-2811,bankstreetsummercamp@bankstreet.edu,http
56152,Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch, Steelville,MO,573-775-5513,573-775-5513,Brett.Bailey@great-circle.org,http://w
56291,Camp Ojibway, Richfield,MN,612-866-4055,612-866-8226,kim@hope-pc.org,http://www.hope-pc.org/camp,,
56316,Camp Kiwanis, Peoria,IL,217-328-5112,217-328-1548,aatchley@girlscouts-gsci.org,http://www.girlscouts-gsci.org,Billie
56380,Fundamentals Sports Camp Inc, Short Hills,NJ,973-632-6122,908-532-0978,funsportcamp@aol.com,http://www.funda
56390,4-H Camp Wyomoco, Warsaw,NY,585-786-2251,585-786-5148,wymoco4hcamp@cornell.edu,http://www.campwyom
56437,Netop Summer Camp, Casco,ME,215-284-3629,,info@netopsummercamp.com,http://www.netopsummercamp.com,S
56485,Camp Fire West Day Camp, Birmingham,AL,205-788-5320,205-322-7988,info@campfire-al.org,http://www.campfire-a
56495,Conserve School, Land O Lakes,WI,715-547-1324,715-547-1386,summer@conseveschool.org,http://www.conservesch
56500,Charis Hills, Sunset,TX,940-964-2145,940-964-2147,rand@charishills.org,http://www.charishills.org,Rand Southard," C
56643,Audubon Society of RI, Smithfield,RI,401-949-5454,401-949-5788,halltracey@hotmail.com,http://www.asrieec.org,Tra
56758,Camp Ketcha, Scarborough,ME,207-883-8977,207-883-0944,ltully@campketcha.org,http://www.campketcha.org,Liz T
56783,Discovery Camps, Valparaiso,IN,219-462-5144,219-465-0098,mowens@valpo.us,http://www.valpo.us,, This summer l
56885,Kenwal Day Camp, Melville,NY,631-694-3399,631-694-3841,kenwaloffice@aol.com,http://www.kenwaldaycamp.com
56889,The Neil Klatskin Day Camp, Tenafly,NJ,201-567-8963,201-569-5039,nkdc@jccotp.org,http://www.jccotp.org/nkdc,Sta
56933,All Saints Camp & Conference Center INC, Pottsboro,TX,903-786-3148,903-786-7535,info@allsaintsTexoma.org,http:/
56980,Channel Islands YMCA-Gaines, Santa Barbara,CA,805-687-7727,805-687-7568,Info@ciymca.org,http://www.ciymca.or
56984,Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick, Warwick,RI,401-467-4385,401-467-8028,lara@wbgclubs.org,http://www.wbgclubs.org
56986,Mother of Hope Day Camp, Chepachet,RI,401-568-3580,,mpiccirilli@dioceseofprovidence.org,http://www.ymcyoprov
56990,Sun-N-Fun, Pawtucket,RI,401-722-8840,401-727-4733,jtomchak@bgcpawt.org,http://www.bgcpawt.org,Kery Kozlows
56993,The Arc of Southeast Iowa, Iowa City,IA,319-351-5017,319-351-6837,shebafrancis@iowatelecom.net,http://www.thea
57003,Summer Stars Day Camp-Raritan Bay Area YMCA, Perth Amboy,NJ,732-442-3632,732-324-6359,sjobin@rbaymca.org,h
57051,Covenant Hills Christian Camp, Cabot,VT,802-426-3340,802-426-3350,chccdirector@gmail.com,http://www.covenant
57053,Camp Victory, Zumbro Falls,MN,507-843-2329,507-843-2328,info@campvictory.com,http://www.campvictory.com,D
57072,Camarillo Family YMCA, Camarillo,CA,805-484-0423,805-388-7087,megan.voshell@ciymca.org,http://www.ciymca.org
57075,Ventura Family YMCA, Ventura,CA,805-642-2131 x16,805-642-1137,jacob.munyon@ciymca.org,http://www.ciymca.o
57078,Montecito Family YMCA Day Camp, Santa Barbara,CA,805-969-3288,805-969-4871,joan.price@ciymca.org,http://www
57082,Lompoc Family YMCA Day Camp, Lompoc,CA,805-736-3483,805-737-1822,stephanie.silva@ciymca.org,http://www.ciy
57123,Midlothian Family YMCA, Midlothian,VA,804-379-5668,804-379-5329,kilbreatha@ymcarichmond.org,http://www.ymc
57143,Strong Rock Camp & Retreat, Cleveland,GA,706-348-1533,706-348-1540,daniel@strongrockcamp.com,http://www.str
57145,Magic Sky Ranch, Red Feather Lakes,CO,303-778-8774,,bekcy.saad@gscolorado.org,,Becky Saad,
57149,Camp Kaizen, Lyndonville,VT,802-626-1000,802-626-9263,family@kingcon.com,,Allen Young, Camp Kaizen is a fitness
57173,Camp Lovewell, Nashua,NH,603-881-4815,,d.gleeson@naturesacademy.com,http://www.naturesacademy.com,Jessic
57179,Camp Timberline, Fort Collins,CO,970-484-8462,970-416-7878,isaac@camptimberline.com,http://www.camptimberlin
57212,"Midwest Campers, INC", Sugar Grove,PA,216-382-8062,216-382-8977,campstone1@aol.com,http://www.campstone
57218,Walnut Creek YMCA, Clive,IA,515-224-9901,,brandi.halterman@dmymca.org,http://www.dmymca.org,,
57221,South Suburban YMCA Day Camp, Des Moines,IA,515-285-0444,515-287-5846,mike.renze@dmymca.org,http://www.
57223,Ankeny Family YMCA, Ankeny,IA,515-965-8800,515-965-7901,holly.vickers@dmymca.org,http://www.dmymca.org,Ho
57240,Laurel Ridge Moravian Camp, Laurel Springs,NC,336-359-2951,336-359-2470,laurel_ridge@skybest.com,http://www.l
57298,Collin County Adventure Camp, Anna,TX,214-667-5600,972-924-8587,kspaeth@ymcadallas.org,http://www.collincoun
57316,Birch Aquarium at Scripps, La Jolla,CA,858-534-7336,858-822-5903,ccain@ucsd.edu,http://www.aquarium.ucsd.edu,,"
57369,Camp HemoVon, Scott Depot,WV,304-293-1205,304-293-1216,agraham@hsc.wvu.edu,,Anita Graham,
57395,Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA, Scotch Plains,NJ,908-889-8880,908-889-4073,sfrank@fanwoodscotchplainsymca.org,,S
57421,Lutheridge, Arden,NC,828-684-2361,828-687-1600,lcombs@lutheridge.com,http://www.lutheridge.com,Rev's Tim and
57429,Camp at Devils Gulch Ranch, Nicasio,CA,707-255-8890,707-255-8890,joebarr.dges@gmail.com,http://www.dges.org,J
57451,The Catalina Experience, Avalon,CA,562-400-0745,562-684-4413,info@thecatalinaexperience.com,,,
57462,Camp Motorsport, Alton,VA,434-822-2999,,info@campmotorsport.com,http://www.campmotorsport.com,Diane Tyrr
57506,Diamond Ridge Camps, Jamison,PA,215-343-8840,215-343-8849,info@diamondridgecamps.com,http://www.diamond
57689,Tourette Syndrome Camp USA, Chicago,IL,773-465-7536,,scott63@prodigy.net,http://www.tourettecamp.com,, offer
57730,Bushy Hill Day Camp, Ivoryton,CT,860-767-0848,860-767-8432,noodlegs@hotmail.com,http://www.bushyhill.org/,,
57747,The Salvation Army Kroc Center, San Diego,CA,619-269-1467,619-269-0272,andrea.sanford@usw.salvationarmy.org,h
57812,Camp Ozanam, Carsonville,MI,810-622-8744,810-622-0570,caroline@campsconnect.org,http://www.svdpdet.org,Ken
57943,Living Well Village, Imperial,MO,636-674-5014,,contact@livingwellvillage.org,,Jean Huelsing RN, The Living Well Village
57993,The Center for Courageous Kids, Scottsville,KY,270-618-2900,270-618-2901,edwardj@courageouskids.org,,,
58028,Gilberts Family Branch YMCA, Elgin,IL,847-888-7410,847-888-8152,shirschfeld@elginymca.org,http://www.elginymca.
58029,Taylor Family Branch YMCA, Elgin,IL,847-888-7410,847-888-8152,jalberts@elginymca.org,http://www.elginymca.org,,
58206,Chestnut Lake Camp, Beach Lake,PA,516-221-8800,516-221-4350,paul@chestnutlakecamp.com,http://www.chestnut
58223,Camp Haverim, Santa Barbara,CA,805-895-6593,805-957-3412,camphaverim@gmail.com,http://www.camphaverim.c
58302,Camp Caraway, Sophia,NC,336-629-2374,336-629-5146,jjackson@caraway.org,http://www.caraway.org,Jeremy Jacks
58431,YMCA Camp, Urbana,OH,937-653-9622,937-652-1902,kfinney@ctcn.net,,Kathy Finney," YMCA day camp that lets the
58451,Camp Pendola, Camptonville,CA,530-288-3263,530-288-3263,info@pendola.org,http://www.pendola.org,Lori Rosene
58495,Norman Bird Sanctuary, Middletown,RI,401-846-2577,401-846-2772,nlavoie@normanbirdsanctuary.org,,,
58800,Owensboro Parks & Recreation, Owensboro,KY,270-687-8700,270-687-8708,freelsab@owensboro.org,http://www.ow
58897,Camp Akeela, Thetford Center,VT,866-680-4744,866-462-2828,info@campakeela.com,http://www.campakeela.com,,
59051,John's Boys and Girls Camp, Friendship,ME,570-426-7083,,Duda718@gmail.com,,,
59248,Camp Albemarle, Newport,NC,252-726-4848,252-726-0621,,,,
59262,Camptivity, Fort Worth,TX,817-831-2111,817-222-2812,diane@campfirefw.org,http://www.campfirefw.org,Diane Phi
59268,Family YMCA of Black Hawk County Day Camp, Waterloo,IA,319-233-3531,,anordgren@blackhawkymca.org,http://ww
59278,Park'n It Day Camp, Oakland,CA,510-482-6023,510-482-0782,jsaito@ebparks.org,http://www.ebparks.org,Jeremy Sait
59283,Palos Heights, Palos Heights,IL,708-361-1807,708-361-7679,bdavis@palosheights.org,,,
59307,AdventureCamp, Manhattan Beach,CA,310-546-7708,310-545-8809,cindy.jarvis@bchd.org,,, Give your kids a summer
59452,Hornets Nest Day Camp, Keene,NH,603-352-0447,,,,,
59518,Smoke Rise Summer Day Camp, Stone Mountain,GA,678-469-1377,678-469-1377,daycamp@smokeriseministries.org,
59533,Camp Peairs, Hudson,IL,309-662-5384,,aatchley@girlscouts-gsci.org,http://www.girlscouts-gsci.org,," Girl Scouts of Ce
59582,Camp Rising Sun, Albuquerque,NM,505-272-9015,,ejallen@salud.unm.edu,http://www.camprisingsunnm.org,Laura W
59620,Natures Wonders, Naples,FL,239-598-3300,239-514-6160,danielle.travis@ritzcarlton.com,,,
59669,Dragonfly Forest, Conshohocken,PA,610-298-1820,,fweiner@dragonflyforest.org,http://www.dragonflyforest.org,,
59676,Brad Akins YMCA, Winder,GA,770-868-2917,770-868-2949,tracey@gapiedmontymca.org,http://www.gapiedmontymc
59680,Camp Huawni, Timpson,TX,903-657-7723,903-657-1642,fun@camphuawni.com,http://www.camphuawni.com,," Star
59681,Teen Explorers, Pawtucket,RI,401-722-8840,401-727-4733,jtomchak@bgcpawt.org,,,
59682,Camp Glen, Tiffin,OH,419-447-7459,419-447-7459,campglen@thewavz.com,http://www.campglen.com,,
59687,Fairborn YMCA Day Camp, Fairborn,OH,937-223-5201,sschnitzler@daytonymca.org,sschnitzler@daytonymca.org,,,
59691,Beavercreek YMCA Day Camp, Beavercreek,OH,937 426 9622,,swentzell@daytonymca.org,,,
59723,Camp Gan Israel, Bronx,NY,718-549-1100,718-549-4397,rabbit@chabadriverdale.org,,,
59731,Flushing YMCA Beacon Center 194, Whitestone,NY,917-887-5298,781-747-3647,mcaban@ymcanyc.org,,,
59732,Flushing YMCA Beacon CTR 189, Flushing,NY,781-961-6014,781-961-6030,mcaban@ymcanyc.org,,,
59745,Lake Delaware Boys Camp, Delhi,NY,607-832-4451,607-832-4841,ldbc@delhi.net,http://www.lakedelawareboyscamp
59787,Camp Delafield, Indianapolis,IN,317-222-6635,317-222-6648,kbaxter@diin.org,http://www.diin.org/camp_delafield,Kr
59803,Camp Friendship, Gahanna,OH,614-342-4250,614-342-4351,laura.brewer@gahanna.gov,,," Camp Friendship is a summ
59814,Howell Conference and Nature Center, Howell,MI,517-546-0249,517-546-1677,hcnc@howellnaturecenter.org,http://w
59830,River Edge Farm Riding Camp, Bedminster,NJ,908-420-1274,908-719-1366,mercedesrolandelli@yahoo.com,http://ww
59885,Beam Camp, Strafford,NH,718-569-0332,,brian@beamcamp.com,http://www.beamcamp.com,Brian Cohen & Danny K
60045,Camp Cherokee, White,GA,877-647-8542,678-918-3387,cherokeeretreat@bellsouth.net,http://www.cherokeeretreat
60130,James & Rachel Levinson Day, Monroeville,PA,421-829-7707,412-824-0801,lbaron@jccpgh.org,http://www.jccpgh.org
60139,Camp Setebaid @ Camp Victory, Millville,PA,570-524-9090,,mmoyer@setebaidservices.org,,,
60251,Brookfield Zoo Camp, Brookfield,IL,708-688-8418,,erin.ecker@czs.org,,,
901376,Sherman Lake YMCA Outdoor Center, Augusta,MI,269-731-3000,269-731-3023,lorries@ymcasl.org,http://www.sher
901470,Camp Jori, Wakefield,RI,401-463-3170,401-461-2326,campjori@hotmail.com,http://www.campjori.com,,
901526,Camp Paradise, Newberry,MI,224-512-2199,224-512-2010,tvandenbos@willowcreek.org,,Tim Vanden Bos," Among m
901541,Northern Hamilton Co. Y Day Camps, Fishers,IN,317-595-9622,317-577-2069,afoust@indymca.org,http://www.indym
9000896,South YMCA Adventure Day Camp, Kettering,OH,937-434-1964,937-434-1975,jwolcott@daytonymca.org,http://ww
9002968,Summer by the Sea, Asbury Park,NJ,730-775-7862,730-775-4065,leah@bgcmonmouth.org,http://www.bgcmonmo
9003224,South West Special Recreation Association, Alsip,IL,708-389-9423 x 306,708-389-6458,erinctrs@aol.com,http://ww
9003253,Camp Noel Porter, Tahoe City,CA,530-583-3014,530-583-4362,campnoelporter@sbcglobal.net,,Rev Jenni Liem,
9003385,Childrens Circle Camp, Van Nuys,CA,818-782-9060,818-782-9896,timccns@aol.com,,Timothy Craig,
9003431,Visual Arts Center Day Camp, Canton,MA,781-821-8853,781-821-8733,,http://visualartscamp@massaudobon.org,,
9003692,Camp Carlson, Bristol,CT,203-239-2922,,tmalootian1122@comcast.net,,Tracey A Malootian,
9003693,Camp Merrie-Wood, Manchester,CT,203-239-2922,,llee@gsofct.org,,Amanda Rivard,
9004062,ICC Summer Engineering Camp, Grand Rapids,MN,218-322-2370,218-322-2332,kimberly.damiani@itascacc.edu,http
9004256,Camp Joy, Schwenksville,PA,610-754-6878,610-754-7880,director.campjoy@dejazzed.com,http://www.campjoy.co
9004300,Kids Camp, Columbus,OH,614-884-4400,,dhonigford@diabetesohio.org,,Darlene Honigford,
9004302,Stepping Stones, Columbus,OH,614-884-4400,614-884-4484,dhonigford@diabetesohio.org,,Darlene Honigford,
9004517,Wheaton Park Dist, Wheaton,IL,630-510-5138,630-690-5516,mraitt@wheatonparks.org,http://www.wheatonparkd
9004852,Ohana, Fairlee,VT,802-333-3460,,andy.williams@alohafoundation.org,http://www.alohafoundation.org,,
9005109,PS38 Dodge Y Camp, Brooklyn,NY,718-625-3136,,,,,
9005175,Tabor Academy Summer Program, Marion,MA,508-291-8342,508-291-8392,summer@taboracademy.org,http://ww
9005198,Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, Mansfield,GA,770-784-3059,770-784-3061,rusty.garrison@gadnr.org,http://www.geo
9005294,Prairie Star Ranch, Williamsburg,KS,913-721-1570,913-721-1577,PrairieStarRanch@gmail.com,,,
9005382,Cosmic Adventure Camp of Challenger Learning Ctr, Kenai,AK,907-283-2000,907-283-2279,summer.lazenby@akcha
9005472,"Elaine E"" Frank Apachi Day Camp""", Lake Zurich,IL,847-726-0800,847-719-7359,jzislis@gojcc.org,,,
9005622,Camp Hand in Hand, Blue Grass,IA,563-332-8010,563-332-9673,mark_handinhand@yahoo.com,http://www.handin
9005858,Camp Gan Israel of Los Angeles/Beverly Hills, Los Angeles,CA,310-271-6193,310-271-0494,ganizzyla@gmail.com,,,
9006100,Camp Chewonki for Girls, Wiscasset,ME,207-460-5226,,girlscamp@chewonki.org,http://www.chewonki.org,Genell
9006138,Cornerstone Day Camp, Ocala,FL,352-351-8840,352-351-4226,cgans@thecornerstoneschool.org,http://www.theco
9006186,Camp Rio Blanco, Lubbock,TX,806-697-2456,806-697-2457,slittlejohn@gs-top.org,http://www.gs-top.org,Summer L
9006306,Camp Hawkeye, Moultonborough,NH,617-960-6740,866-615-1769,info@camphawkeye.com,http://www.camphaw
9006508,Johnny B's, San Diego,CA,619-991-8765,858-541-0876,johnnyb@email.com,,,
9006565,Camp Nageela, Marshall,IN,773-279-8400,773-279-9571,yehrman@agudathisrael-il.org,http://www.campnageelam
9006573,John R Grubb YMCA Day Camp, Des Moines,IA,515-471-8581,,grubb@dmymca.org,,,
9006615,Camp Grosvenor, Saunderstown,RI,401-295-1320,401-848-5330,lschmieg@bgcnewport.org,http://www.bgcnewpo
9006670,Camp Lakotah, Wautoma,WI,920-787-0123,,info@camplakotah.com,http://www.camplakotah.com,Cliff Clauer, Lak
9006713,Camp Capers, Waring,TX,210-824-5387,210-824-2164,rob.watson@dwtx.org,,,
9006777,Camp Haverim, Irvine,CA,949-435-3400 x265,949-435-3401,audram@jccoc.org,http://www.jccoc.org,Audra Martin
9006999,Ramah Day Camp, Wheeling,IL,312-606-0444,312-606-7136,bbearman@ramahwisconsin.com,http://www.ramahd
9007113,Kidz Klub, West Palm Beach,FL,561-714-9838,561-844-3360,bronna67@bellsouth.net,http://www.kidzklubsummer
9007116,Camp Sierra, Big Creek,CA,707-762-3185,707-762-3164,,,Josh Velton, We welcome nonprofit groups to Camp Sierra
9007145,Chapel Rock Camp & Conference Center, Prescott,AZ,928-445-3499,928-445-0370,dwhite@chapelrock.net,http://w
9007161,Ambler Sports Camp, Ambler,PA,215-963-3700,215-567-7048,cpinder@philaymca.org,,,
9007165,MVP Sports Camp, Princeton,NJ,609-497-9622,,pzeger@princetonymca.org,http://www.princetonymca.org,Paul Ze
9007339,Drama Camp, South Orange,NJ,973-762-4145,973-762-2064,ldrogon@metroymcas.org,http://www.smountainymc
9007436,Camp Christian, Magnetic Springs,OH,937-348-2811,937-548-2845,ccio@ccinoh.org,,,
9007622,Sensational Day Program, Strongsville,OH,440-238-6200,,tim.fox@achievementctrs.org,,Tim Fox," Sensational day p
9007642,Shingobee Timbers, Hackensack,MN,218-726-4720,,pnash-dooley@gslakesandpines.org,,Kari Cromwell,
9008256,YMCA @ World of Wonder, Dayton,OH,937-223-7711,937-463-4880,rdent@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonli
9009022,Trailside Discovery- Kincaid Park, Anchorage,AK,907-274-3621,907-274-8733,akcenter@alaska.net,,,
9009023,Trailside Discovery- Spring Creek Farm, Palmer,AK,907-274-3621,907-274-8733,,,,
9009569,Kingston's Camp on Larkin's Pond, Peace Dale,RI,401-783-8620,401-783-2727,kingstonscamp@yahoo.com,http://w
9009945,Oshman Family JCC J-Camp, Palo Alto,CA,650-223-8615,650-852-3600,mragsdale@paloaltojcc.org,http://www.palo
9009980,Licking County Family YMCA Western Branch Day Camp, Pataskala,OH,740-345-9628,740-349-8535,heather.hawkin
9010731,Peak Summer Day Camp, Kent,OH,330-672-2803,330-672-4272,jkrehnovi@kent.edu,http://www.recservices.ken.ed
9010798,TIC Summer Camp-DC, Washington,DC,703-241-5542,703-229-4149,ticcamp.dc@gmail.com,http://www.ticcamp.co
9011249,Camp Crawford, Milan,MI,734-971-8800,,jmaddock@gshom.org,,,
9011507,Galileo Summer Quest, Oakland,CA,510-595-7293,,tajalli@galileo-learning.com,http://www.galileo-learning.com,Ta
9011878,Camp Birkett, Dexter,MI,734-996-9622,,cmarlowe@annarborymca.org,http://www.annarborymca.org/programs/su
9011924,Jr Ranger Day Camp, Peninsula,OH,330-657-2796,330-657-2058,info@cvnpa.org,http://www.cvnpa.org,Stacey Heff
9012250,Camp Tzofim, Berkeley,CA,510-848-0237 x130,,michelel@jcceastbay.org,,,
9012402,Camp at the J, Cincinnati,OH,513-761-7500,513-761-0084,daycamp@mayersonjcc.org,http://www.jointhej.org,Kati
9012412,Michi-Lu-Ca, Fairview,MI,989-848-2230,989-848-5797,director@elcalivingwater.com,http://www.elcalivingwater.co
9012413,Stony Lake Luthern Camp, New Era,MI,231-861-4138,231-861-4377,stonylake@elcalivingwater.com,http://www.el
9012467,Camp Sky High, Buffalo,NY,716-935-6063,,janet.depetrillo@gswny.org,,,
9012531,The Heights Summer Camp, New Carlisle,OH,937-237-0590,937-849-0307,aimee.ashcraft@huberheightscityschools
9012565,JCC of Staten Island Lillian Schwartz Day Camp, Staten Island,NY,718-475-5231,718-475-5203,gwechsler@sijcc.com,
9012595,Camp Red Feather Day Camp, Norfolk,VA,757-761-3506 x534,757-962-5505,jchildress@ymcashr.org,http://www.ca
9012720,Camp Gan Israel of Greater New Haven, Orange,CT,203-701-9386,203-891-9719,info@ganisraelnh.com,http://ganis
9013113,Quest Therapeutic Camps of Southern California, Los Alamitos,CA,714-490-3428,562-493-1684,questcampsofsocal@
9013256,Camp Gan Israel-Shaloh House, Brighton,MA,617-787-2200,617-787-4693,camp@shaloh.org,http://www.cgiboston
9013320,Camp Honi Hanta, Bradenton,FL,941-921-5358 x 336,,melissam@gsgcf.org,,Christy Michaud,
9013354,Camp Izza, Irvine,CA,949-422-8123,,info@campizza.com,http://www.campizza.com,Omar Ezzeldine," Camp Izza off
9014361,Cheley/Children's Hospital Burn Camp, Estes Park,CO,303-377-3616,,trudyj9b@me.com,http://noordinarycamps.or
for kids7 to16.
9011249,Camp Crawford, Milan,MI,734-971-8800,,jmaddock@gshom.org,,,
9011507,Galileo Summer Quest, Oakland,CA,510-595-7293,,tajalli@galileo-learning.com,http://www.galileo-learning.com,Ta
9011878,Camp Birkett, Dexter,MI,734-996-9622,,cmarlowe@annarborymca.org,http://www.annarborymca.org/programs/su
9011924,Jr Ranger Day Camp, Peninsula,OH,330-657-2796,330-657-2058,info@cvnpa.org,http://www.cvnpa.org,Stacey Heff
9012250,Camp Tzofim, Berkeley,CA,510-848-0237 x130,,michelel@jcceastbay.org,,,
9012402,Camp at the J, Cincinnati,OH,513-761-7500,513-761-0084,daycamp@mayersonjcc.org,http://www.jointhej.org,Kati
9012412,Michi-Lu-Ca, Fairview,MI,989-848-2230,989-848-5797,director@elcalivingwater.com,http://www.elcalivingwater.co
9012413,Stony Lake Luthern Camp, New Era,MI,231-861-4138,231-861-4377,stonylake@elcalivingwater.com,http://www.el
9012467,Camp Sky High, Buffalo,NY,716-935-6063,,janet.depetrillo@gswny.org,,,
9012531,The Heights Su
bsite Address,Director,Description
 ompson@kanuga.org,http://www.campkanuga.org,Brad Thompson," Young people 7-16 have enjoyable, stimulating experiences in a Chr
 om,http://www.abbeynews.com,Rev Augustine Puchner,
p://www.girlscoutshcc.org,Heidi Truitt," Sierra Mt setting, traditional specialized programs open to all girls with emphasis on self-esteem,
rg,http://www.girlscoutsjs.org/sacajawea,Joan Basilotto," Sacajawea provides girls with opportunities to grow, make new friends, and par
 ohn Lyon," A fun oriented camp surrounded by the beautiful national forest. The YMCA camping program builds strong kids, strong famili
w.camphomelani.org,Joe Harvey-Hall," Beach camp in Hawaii. Christian emphasis, loving staff. Campers build self-esteem and recreationa
ranch.com,http://www.pathfinderranch.com,Stephanie Brazil, Southern California Boys & Girls Club Camp in mountains above Palm Sprin
 rmy.org,,Don Mowery, Christian camp serving inner city children primarily ages 7-12.
2232,info@lochleven.org,http://www.lochleven.org,June Boutwell, Camp offers a unique year-round retreat cente r for all organizations.
 www.abilityfirst.org,Kelly Kunsek, Traditional camp program designed for people with special needs.
 rg,http://www.campfuntime.org,Linda Stephenson, Day camp offers warm supportive atmosphere for young campers.
camp.com,http://www.riverwayranchcamp.com,Jerry Reid," Family owned & operated. 70 activities, emphasis on 1st time camper, mem

 ymca.org,http://www.sgymca.org,John Lyon, Camp offers traditional YMCA camping activities. Located in the beautiful Angeles National
 ://www.lrccsca.org,Holly and Kevin Saltonstall," Christian camp, serves all denominations, mountain site, open all year for all ages & inter
  adventurecamps.com,http://www.sierraadventurecamps.com,Heather Hibbeler or Amy Lidell," Life long aquatic skills taught, beautiful la
www.lrcchome.com,Holly Saltonstall," Warm, supportive, caring staff. Camp fun, Christian values, campfires. Spirit filled counselors, wors
 .com,http://www.camparroyogrande.org,,
 eff.darling@lbymca.org,http://www.campoakes.org,Jeff Darling," At Camp Oakes character counts: caring, honesty, respect and responsi
  @hughes.net,http://www.lionswildcamp.com/,John Bauer," The mission of Lions Camp Teresita Pines is to provide a beautiful mountain
-6195,jules.doux@chattanoogastate.edu,http://www.carolinacherith.com,karen Koch & Rich Butelg, Camping ministry of Pioneer Clubs in
 .com,http://www.calicamp.com,Pam Hawley," Select the weeks you desire, select the days each week, transportation in fee, swim daily,
mps.com,http://www.tomsawyercamps.com,Sarah Horner Fish," Campers experience carefree, constructive activities in the out-of-doors
  p://www.campmariastella.com,Jennifer Gaeta SSS," Outdoor recreation, fun,caring staff, diverse economic, ethnic backgrounds. All girl e
 w.summersedgedaycamp.com,Ann Marie Gallo, Excellent swim & tennis lessions. Small camper to staff ratios offering every camper a pe
nespringsranch.org,http://www.pinespringsranch.org,,
w.ocbsa.org,Russ Enloe," Boy Scout summer camp, open weekends and some holidays, family camps, new log cabins sleep 8; beautiful hig
xt.vt.edu,Christie Goodman, Secluded in a natural wooded setting. Nestled beside beautiful Airfield Lake. Where youth experience the joy
  .org,http://www.lazywranch.org,Chris Erickson,
 .org,http://www.girlscoutsla.org,Teri Brewer," Girl Scout resident camp over 65 years of tradition, girl planned program in Big Bear Lake.
edcamp.com,http://www.tumbleweedcamp.com,John Beitner," Rustic site, modern/traditional activities. Door-to-door transportation. Sa
  com,http://www.goldarrowcamp.com,Audrey & Steve Monke," A traditional, fun, and non-competitive program with a variety of activiti
amp@rap.lacity.org,http://lacity.org/camps/hollywoodland,," Traditional camp for girls 6-17 with emphasis on nature, crafts and social sk
 w.campleslie.org,Nicko Tzortzis," 4-H camping builds valuable life skills such as decision making, peer relations , cooperation & independe
w.ramah.org,Dr.Zachary Lasker," Jewish environment provides perfect setting for a fun, exciting summer. We also have family & special ne
ys.org,http://www.dys.org,Rocky Wilson Ph.D.," For youth with diabetes & families, learn about diabetes with experiences including rock
ww.alonim.com,Josh Levine," Explore Jewish concepts and various outlets of expression celebrating many facets of Jewish life. Specialty p
  g,http://www.campfiretoday.org,Letty Hernandez," Boys and girls,ages 9-12, will enjoy 5 fun-filled days of a great outdoor experience. Ch
 city.org,http://www.laparks.org,Michael Davidson, Rewarding summer adv. for boys. Dynamic camp surrounded by the amenities of Griff
 org,http://www.wbtcamps.org,Douglas Lynn, Excellence in Jewish camping. Sports and arts are a large part of our program. Join us for the
s.org,http://www.ovs.org,Eleanora Burright/Craig Floyd," Started in 1943, OVS's Summer Camp is an extension of fine programs offered d
ww.campstevens.org,kathy Quinney," Program emphasizes community, discovery & creativity. Beautiful 260 acre wooded site at 4200' in
  pfirelb@campfirelb.org,http://www.campfirelb.org,Georgia Stewart, Mountain setting. Traditional program plus specialty activities for 7t
 od.com,http://www.campwrightwood.com,Gary Clover,
w.camppuhtok.com,Robert Eldredge," A rustic, nondenominational, international camp. Indian lore, ecology, sailing, canoeing, horses, cyc
  whittier.org,http://www.ymcawhittier.org,Suman Rana," Mountain setting, traditional program, astronomy. Campers thrive in noncompe
 .org,,Andrew Serdich, Day camp serving children who are disabled. Transportation available for Chester County residents.
  //www.svdpla.org,Ray Lopez, A lay organization whose mission is to serve children by providing outdoor experiences that build self-estee
meadow.com,http://www.mountainmeadow.com,"Chip, Jody"," Georgous forested ranch; acres of lush meadows & lawns; family-like env
  mca.org,http://www.woosterymca.org,Tricia Huffman," Camp Spirit offers a caring environment that grows healthy bodies, minds, and sp
  lb@campfirelb.org,http://www.campfirelb.org,Shirlee Jackert," Campers enjoy the outdoors at Shiwaka's 5 acre day camp in a safe settin
 oodcraftrangers.org,http://www.woodcraftrangers.org,Amber Walters," Caring, rustic setting serving economically disadvantaged youth.
 phowe.com,," Exciting adventures, great people and incredible friendships; that's what a Camp Howe experience is all about. A camp for A
 m,http://www.campwhittier.org,Debi Hite," Camp Whittier is a 55 acre retreat center offering teambuilding, outdoor education & childre
 .org,http://www.jbbbsla.org,," Camp Max Straus is a resident summer camp providing recreational activities for underprivileged children
 adescountryday.com,http://palisadescountryday.com,Cindy Davis, A unique and innovative state-of-the-art facility designed & built espec
  .com,http://www.campkinneret.com,Harold Gordon, For 50 years our caring tradition has been the corenerstone of of our high return ra
 ,Clayton Hollopeter," Campers are exposed to adventures, discovery and excitement, tempered with responsibility and self-discipline."
 Jodi Miller," Our goal is to provide a safe nurturing camp environment where campers can learn and grow through activities,gaining a sen
  onranchcamp.com,http://www.jamesonranchcamp.com,Ross Jameson," Close family atmosphere on a 500 acre mountain ranch. Home g
 astvalley.org,http://www.ymcaeastvalley.org/,Loren 'Big Red' Werner, Traditional YMCA program that focuses on Christian heritage of th
 andpines.com,http://www.thousandpines.com,Mike Pate," 70 Miles from LA, summer & winter programs for 1st - 12th grades. Rental fac
  ttp://www.juniorblind.org,Frank Cardenas," A unique, social & recreational opportunity with peers. International & American counselors
a@pilgrimpinescamp.org,http://www.pilgrimpinescamp.org,," God-centered, life enriching, loving community for children grades 1-12 & d
  rken.com,http://www.bonclarken.com,Chip Sherer," Bonclarken is a camp which exists to provide and promote a wholesome environme
 rtjcc.org,http://www.alpertjcc.org/camps.aspx,Linda Keiles," New campus with arts and craft rooms. Full size gym, outdoor play area for k
http://www.unicamp.org,Jason Liou, The official charity of the students of UCLA. UCLA UniCamp is a resident camp for Los Angeles area ki
  a.org,http://www.eastcounty.ymca.org,Alicia Branam," Campers thrive in a noncompetitive, fun environment with an emphasis on caring
@abts.com,http://www.abts.com,Judy Steger," Join us at our beachfront campus this summer for our five week academic program, three w
girlscouts.org,http://www.girlscoutssdi.org/camp,," Girls learn new skills, make friends, and become more confident at volunteer-led cam
  bal.net,http://www.campemanuel.org/index.htm,Nan Crawford, Provides a quality educational & recreational program. A unique campin
 " Mountain setting with open-air living, CIT, high adventure programs, riding & general camping."
@ymca.org,http://www.ymca.org,Pamela George," The Copley Family YMCA offers Day camp in the spring, summer and winter for kids 5-
 amp.ymca.org/summer_marston1.html,, Traditional YMCA mtn resident camp. Spectacular site in San Diego's high mountains. Character
  ://www.campoliver.com,Annie Korn," Located 45 miles east of San Diego, we offer a camping experience for youth of all backgrounds. Ex
hine.org,http://www.campsonshine.org,Nathean Meadows, The quality of our staff keeps 100's of campers coming back. Safe/exciting adv
www.bbcamp.org,Michelle Koplan," B'nai B'rith Camp, located on a lakeside campus of the scenic Oregon coast, is the premier Jewish resi
 nie Hemmert & Billie Laughland," A great place to meet new friends, have fun, and build self-esteem. Non Girl Scout campers welcome."
w.org,http://www.girlscoutsosw.org,Katharine Danner," Waterfront prop. Lake of the Woods, view of Mt.McLoughlin, emphasis on safe q
 ,http://www.cyocamphoward.org,," Over 50 years of excellence in providing a well rounded program emphasizing living skills, values, and
  tp://www.girlscoutsosw.org,Marissa Shoemaker Bennett, Beautiful setting on fresh water lake 1 mile from Pacific Ocean. Girl Scouts & no
 outsosw.org,http://www.girlscoutsofsantiam.org,Sarah Johnson," Outdoor fun in an all girl, supportive environment."
  ervation.org,http://www.halereservation.org,James Reinhold," Situated on 1,100 acres of unspoiled woodlands, Hale Day Camp offers th
ww.portlandcampfire.org,Doug Lloyd, Over 600 acres of natural beauty in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. A traditional camp exper
  e.org,Monte Torkelsen," Building relationships, learning new skills,& having fun in a positive environment has been Big Lake's goal since 1
w.girlscoutsofwestcentralfl.org,Joyce Barnett," Rustic camp on lake near Tampa. Older girl programs in sailing, windsurfing, canoeing. Spec
 erzen@dyf.org,http://www.dyf.org,," Since 1938, residential summer camp serving children, teens & families affected by type-1 diabetes.
  ridge@es-cc.org,http://www.centralcal.easterseals.com,Marta Novoa," A resident coed camp for disabled children and adults. Helps esta
  www.uccr.org,Cynthia Diggs," We welcome non-profit groups to Enchanted Hills Camp to coordinate their own programs with the full sup
 .org,http://www.camprocks.org,Tori Barnes," Traditional girl's camp overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Supportive atmosphere. Special progr
 ww.viaservices.org,Christopher Pierce," Costanoan is a residential, respite & recreational camp for children & adults with disabilities. Our
 ge.com,http://www.grizzlylodge.com,Adam Stein, A family tradition since 1926. 4th Generation Directors-Private Lake-Individual Program
  http://www.unalayee.org,Lowell Fitch," Multicultural, backpacking, wilderness skills, canoeing, leadership training, rock climbing, arts & c
olnurse.us,http://www.cedarbrookcamp.info,Cornelia Finkbeiner, Camp Cedarbrook-Northern California is a non-denominational Christia
 ttp://www.uccr.org,Dennis Simpson," We welcome non-profit groups to Valley of the Moon Camp to coordinate their own programs with
onarmy.org,http://www.tsaredwoodglen.org,Ed Covert," The primary purpose of Camp Redwood Glen's Summer Camp minis try is to pro
  p://www.redwoodglen.com,Marshall Coleman," Summer program camps for ages 5-18, also pastor family camp. Group rentals for retrea
 un@aim.com,http://www.uccr.org,Connie Clark, ToWe welcome non-profit groups to community of the Great Commission to coordinate
ulch.org,http://www.campjonesgulch.org,Daniel Sarno," Year round camp and conference center. 400 beds, high and low ropes course, p
 p://www.campmendocino.org,Wayne Bohlen," Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco programs designed to instill, strengthen leadership skill
ccyo.org,http://www.cyocamp.org,Jim Willford," CYO camp is an awe inspiring place for campers to experience a positive, meaningful and
 l.com,http://www.cloverleafranch.com,Shawna De Grange," Traditional camp w/riding, pool, mtn bikes, archery, tennis, ropes course, ba
 ishop@clymca.org,http://www.clymca.org,Matt Stiffler,
  @pjcc.org,http://www.pjcc.org,Ian Israel," Campers make friends, learn new skills, develop appreciation of the Jewish culture in a suppor
 /www.kennolyn.com,Andrew Townsend," 300 acres of Redwoods in the Santa Cruz mountains just 5 miles from the beach. 65 year histor
 tp://www.campwawona.org,Elden Ramirez," In Yosemite National Park. Outstanding Christian camp. Activities: Horsemanship, climbing,
countrysideymca.org,http://www.countrysideymca.org,Reuben Nasemon-Smith, Offering 50 different camps throughout the summer mo
r717.com,http://www.bar717.com,Kent Collard, Beautiful mountain ranch camp teaching responsibility for oneself & others in a noncomp
  uccr.org,JIm Murphy, We welcome non-profit groups to Camp Cazadero to coordinate their own program with the full support of our sta
 ,http://www.skylake.com,Jeff Portnoy, Traditional style camp with 63 years of tradtion. Located on a warm water lake in a pine forest. Sm
org,Michael Petrov, We welcome non-profit groups to coordinate their own program with the full support of our staff. Monte Toyon is se
uglascamp.com,http://www.douglascamp.com,Steve Ehrhardt," 80 yr traditional, friendly, structured, fun. Focus on building self-esteem &
 krem@yahoo.com,http://www.campingunlimited.com,Mary Farfaglia," Santa Cruz Mountains, residential summer camp for children and
om,http://www.overlandprograms.com,"Tom Costley, Brooks Follansbee & Jonathan Igoe"," Overland offers hiking, biking, service, langua
  leymca.org,,Ashley Burke, Traditional outdoor day camp in natural setting with emphasis on outdoor recreation and education. Convenie
 td@girlscoutsww.org,http://www.girlscoutsww.org,Jennifer Dickson," Girl Scout camp serving all girls. Horseback riding, swimming, arts &
  www.ondessonk.com,Dan King," Adventure & exploration in S IL: live in a treehouse, cabin, or cave. Enjoy horseback riding, swimming, b
ww.girlscoutstww.org/programs/camp,Kate Tegeler," Girl Scout camp, on Hood Canal serving all girls. Boating, ocean beach, nature activit
org,http://www.sweyolakan.org,Peggy Clark," Coed camp on lake for youth. Family opportunities. Open to anyone looking for fun, excitem
://www.wildwoodcamp.org,Bob Speare," Wildwood is Mass Audubon's overnight summer program for young people ages 9-17, and fami
anika.net,Theresa Samuelsen," Camp Zanika Lache,founded in 1930 is located on beautiful lake Wenatachee. Our scenic camp offers 13 ac
@earthlink.net,http://www.hvc-wa.com,Todd McKinlay, Small group program emphasis. Carefully selected & trained staff. Rustic experien
  ,http://www.campfireusasnohomish.org/killoqua.htm,Carol Johnson, Summer day & resident programs. Outdoor Ed and Leadership prog
 rwindscamp.org,http://www.fourwindscamp.org,Paul Sheridan," Washington's San Juan Islands. Long standing coed prog, individual choi
ttle@usw.salvationarmy.org,http://www.tsacamparnold.org,Mark A Nottle," Over 600 acres pristine land and forests, natural lake, specta
my.org,,, Providing a safe place for kids in camping - allowing for kids to come in contact with nature and God's beauty in a camp setting.
 www.campfire-usa.org,Rick Taylor," Woodlands & beach on Puget Sound. Emphasis on teamwork, group living & camper involvement in
/www.girlscoutsww/programs/camps,," Will rent to non-profit groups only. Available year-round. Can rent all or parts of camp. Very well-
renteau, A special camp for children who have or have had cancer. Caring staff. Great ratio. Medical team on-site.
  rg,,Lonnie Rabel," YMCA Day Camp Sandpoint provides a camp experience in an urban center, emphasizing the core values of respect, res
 a.org,,Steve Lewis, On 1/2 mile of beach-front facing west. Swimming & boating in salt water lagoon. Environmental ed prog year round.
  sland.com,http://www.norwester.org,Paul Henriksen & Christa Campbell," Opportunities to practice leadership, stewardship and conserv
w.girlscoutsww.org,Zoe Rolly," Freshwater lake, Viking boats, waterfront, horses, trip programs, care for earthskills, camper planning, FUN
 .org,http://www.campfireak.org,Thomas Azzarella," Nestled among spruce forests along Kenai lake, campers develop self esteem,indepe
rin Baldwin," Where kids get to be kids. Rustic camp with saltwater beaches and woods. Emphasizing fun, creativity, self-confidence, envir
 brook@live.com,http://www.saguarocampcedarbrook.com,Vicki Lyding, Christ centered outdoor program with craft and game electives
 s.com,http://www.colvigsilvercamps.com,Clay Colvig, 36 years of fun and adventure. Personal & positive camp family. Creative & diverse
om,http://www.windmilldaycamp.com,Lisa Allyn Silverstein," 25 acre farm setting: craziness is what we're all about. Your child will be gua
  ilmontscoutranch.org,http://www.scouting.org/philmont,Mark Anderson, Philmont Scout Ranch offers 12-day backpacking and 8-day ho
  council.org,,Patricia Elliot, Every Girl Everywhere
  ireaz.org,http://www.campfireaz.org/camp.htm,Joseph Seelbaugh," On outdoor adventure in the Prescott Nat Forest. Enjoy: horseback r
earthlink.net,http://www.navajotrails.com,Dan and Jen Sampson," Weekly adventure trips. Explore Utah horseback riding, backpacking, k
  w.org,http://www.desertsw.org/mingus.html,,
 ,http://www.friendlypines.com,Jack & Bebe Brown May," Trad. 3rd generation camp in AZ. Tall cool pines, 30+ choices: horses, waterski,t
www.azycamps.org,Keith Crawley," Forested setting in Prescott AZ provides traditional camp fun plus paintball, high ropes, giant swing, di
 rg,http://www.nmgirlscouts.org,Sarah Erickson," Horses, canoes, arts, friends, hiking, and more. Great time in the Jemez Mountains of Ne
 org,http://www.girlscoutsaz.org,Kate Tegeler, Mountain ranch setting with program activities that are girl centered and foster self-esteem
 p://www.ormecamp.org,Tim Magill," 'Where Western Dreams Come True' on a working cattle ranch. Safe, fun, & challenging activities in
 www.girlscoutsaz.org,Crystal Kilkenny," Rustic mountain setting, western trail riding program in a girl center & fosters self esteem & coop
 yc.org,http://www.nycymca.org,"Michael Garcia, Lorraine Dogan"," Brooklyn Cntl Y campers have a blast in noncompetitive, caring atmos
  ssjc.org,Melissa Peterson," Camp Agnus Arnold is a traditional Girl Scout camp that offers canoeing, backpacking, bicycling, nature study,
www.gspg.org,,
 g,http://www.campcarter.org,Laurie Johnston," Beauitful YMCA Camp in Ft.Worth, TX. Outstanding staff, quality program including trips,
  org,,Bayanna Eppes," The Jamaica Y's Day Camp/Sports Camp offers a warm and friendly atmosphere with caring, certified staff. For ages
nessprings.com,http://www.campiscool.com,," CBS is a christian sports and adventure camp for boys and girls 7 to 17. Our mission is to im
mca.nyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org/sub.php?p=about&sp=harlem/harlemabout,Adrian Harris/Antoinette Burrows," Harlem Y day camp
  .org,http://www.gsctx.org,," 450+ acres on beautiful Lake Travis offering horses, sailing, sports, kayaks, canoes, nature, arts & crafts, wat
  ttp://www.campolympia.com,Tommy Ferguson," Camp Olympia is dedicated to having fun together, helping people grow in body, spirit,
 dmen.org,http://www.woodmen.org,Gretchen Varnell," Our mission is to promote fun & educational activities which strengthens family l
  therhill.org,http://www.lutherhill.org,Evan Moilan," A place for all people, of every generation to experience the Love of Christ in unique
  g,http://www.ymcacampflamingarrow.org,Bill Hinton, Great YMCA Texas Hill Country Camp. Challenging individuals & groups to grow in
 ps.com,http://www.BHECamps.com,Linda Askenazi," All American staff. Family atmosphere. Excellent facilities. Make life long friends, lea
@ymcanyc.org,,Arlene Martinez,
vices.org,http://www.setebaidservices.org,David Keefer, Camp Setebaid specializes in diabetes education. We offer a normal camping exp
 ch.org,Linda Paulk-CEO," Impacting lives forever with real fun, real friends, real heros."
 ch.com,http://www.rockyriverranch.com,Rue Hatfield/Shanna Watson," Central Texas Hill Country Camp. Quality horse program. Girls: 1-
  las.org,http://www.campgradyspruce.org,Marc Wilson," CGS delivers exceptional outdoor programs that inspire, build and strengthen re
 ssjc.org,Tracy Nickle," Camp Casa Mare is a tropical getaway for ocean lovers & landlubbers alike. Enjoy sailing, arts, crafts, sports, archery
 Camp Timberlake offers Girl Scout program with fun activities such as canoeing, kyaking, swimming, challenge course and more."
 //www.campsummittx.org,Lisa Braziel," The mission is to provide a residential camping experience for children & adults with disabilities.
mour, Jewish day camp with emphasis on community & individual growth. Full range of activities plus trips & overnights.
 ww.girlscouts-swtx.org,Becky Jennings," Hill country, river camp. Horseback riding. Camping skills. Aquatic and nature activities. Non girl s
  ,http://www.crosstrails.org,Erick & Deanna Christensen, Chrysalis focuses on building Christian community through noncompetitive activ
  www.ymcanyc.org/bronx,Marsha Milan Bethel," Our camp is offered to boys & girls 5-13 yrs, we offer a diversity of programs by trained
  ://www.CampElTesoro.org,Susan Merrill," Located 45 min. SW of Fort Worth, Texas. Many activities to choose from. Warm supportive st
 p.org,http://www.gs-top.org,Natalie Stephenson," Semi-rustic camp for Girl Scouts & non-Girl Scouts. Campers learn cooperation, sharing
m,http://www.nekeswick.com,Jesse Kellam/Dale Kehoe," High-adventure, high-elevation Christian youth camp and retreat center on 381
 p://www.cyjtexas.org,Frank Silberlicht," Through experiences designed to encourage a lifetime committment to Judaism and Israel, Camp
 m,http://www.bluemountainranch.com,Suzie Graf, Traditional program in a cool mountain setting emphasis on the child as an individual
 p@andersoncamps.com,http://www.andersoncamps.com,, Anderson Camp is an outdoor adventure waiting to happen! We are located i
www.kamaainakids.com,Gregory S Harris," Giving Children a greater sense of self, community, and earth thru hands-on activities, aquatics
  at.org,http://www.briarwoodretreat.org,Jon Thompson, Briarwood offers a traditional camp program with a strong emphasis on building
m,http://www.cheley.com,Don & Carole Cheley," An amazing and life changing experience. Build character, leadership and skills. 85 Seaso
nfo@eastersealscolorado.org,http://www.eastersealscolorado.org,Kelly Housman, Residential camp for children & adults with disabilities
 ttp://www.shwayder.com,Zim Zimmerman," Jewish camp located 10,200 feet high in the Colorado Rocky Mtns. Jewish heritage, study an
  en.org,http://www.genevaglen.org,Ken & Nancy Atkinson," Continuous seasons since 1922, offering theme prog for campers of all backg
 ://www.girlscoutsmilehi.org,Monica Gray," Girls learn self reliance, develop leadership skills and learn to care for others in a natural mou
p://www.campjackson.com,Edd Fishlock, YMCA Camp Jackson builds confidence & independence in youth at our co-ed mountain camp. W
 olorado.org,http://www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org,Brenda Yestness," Beautiful 880 acres. Rustic camp in CO Rockies 8200 ft. Varied progra
 ators.org,http://www.eaglelake.org,Mark Heffentrager, 'You belong here.'
sterncamps.com,http://www.sanbornwesterncamps.com,Mike MacDonald and Julie Richardson," Adventurous program. Personal growth
 mertrailsdaycamp.com,http://www.summertrailsdaycamp.com,Jamie Sirkin," Flexible scheduling, part-time & extended hours available. R
adventureunlimited.org,http://www.adventureunlimited.org,Bobby Lewis," Program for Christian Science kids, all abilities. Safe, loving, en
com,http://www.glacierviewranch.com,N Clayton Hart, Changing Lives--Making Memories
  http://www.girlscoutseastok.org,Volunteers X 15," 1 week session in various areas of the council. Outdoor education, badge work, afford
www.girlscoutseastok.org/mecgs/Camping.asp?SnID=1016402465,," Traditional camp program, emphasis on outdoor skills, recreation & w
  eston@highcascade.com,http://www.highcascade.com,Preston Strout," High Cascade is the world's leading summer snowbard & skatebo
 mpfire.org,http://www.tulsacampfire.org,Vicki Proctor," Fun, safe traditional camp programs with emphasis on camper growth & develo
ulsacampfire.org,http://www.tulsacampfire.org,LaVon Ruedy," Camper safety, growth & development are top priorities. Noncompetitive,
 ttp://www.itsmycamp.org,Albert P McWhorter," Traditional program + teen adventure programs, specialty horse camp. leadership traini
r@centralchristiancamp.org,http://www.centralchristiancamp.org,Spencer Bowen," This is a year-round camp, conference and retreat ce
mcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org/greenpoint,Sarabeth Valez," Safe, adult supervised programs promotes creativity, social skills, coop
 /www.girlscoutsofnorthalabama.org,LaMesha Rainer, Outstanding staff and beautiful facilities on Tennessee River offer young girls learni
 http://www.girlscoutshs.org,Myra Collins," Rich with traditions, fun, friends and laughter. Where everyone is treated with dignity and res
amphopewell.com,http://www.camphopewell.com,Robert & Karen Allen," Christian program gives caring support so campers belong, con
coutshs.org,http://www.girlscoutshs.org,,
 t,http://www.campaldersgate.net,Sarah Wacaster," Traditional camp for children & youth with physical, medical, and developmental cha
du,http://www.campbroadstone.com,Judith Bevan," Summer camp program provides campers a blend of enrichment classes and advent
 reateratlanta.org,http://www.girlscoutsofgreateratlanta.org,Kristi Fulford," Girl Scout Camp located near Atlanta. We are one step on the
 mpgreenville.org,http://www.campgreenville.org,Doug Gregory," Traditional adventure & travel programs: 1600 acre mtn top setting, Blu
 p://www.campfireusaga.org,Susan Welch," Camp Toccoa offers traditional activities plus exciting adventure programs. Join us beneath th
m,http://www.campchatuga.com,Angela Sullivan & Rick Moxley & Lucy Barnett, Traditional summer camps with Christian values for boys
mumtours.com,http://www.maximumtours.com,Scott Bochner," Creative travel program of day & overnight trips; small groups, nurturing
 .com,http://www.merriewoode.com,Denice and Jim Dunn, A traditional camp program providing high adventure activities in an unsurpas
 r@etmc.org,,Anjani Upponi, A day camp with an emphasis on the diabetic child. Medical staff on site. Children sharing their life experienc
 com,http://www.bluestarcamps.com,Jason Popkin and Laura Popkin Herschthal, Blue Star is a sanctuary from stresses of real world and a
 ey.org,http://www.campbarney.org,"Jim Mittenthal, MSW", 500 acres in Blue Ridge Mtns. 2 lakes. Exhilarating age-appropriate program.
  tsesc.org,http://www.girlscoutsesc.org,Heather Trebil," Girl Scout camp located on beautiful historic site offering traditional programmin
p://www.campcoleman.com,Bobby Harris," Program focuses on enriching young Jewish lives with an abundance of cultural, social, religiou
w.cjl.org,Nancy Brim & Sara Beth Hitt," Program focuses on living in, enjoying and appreciating the outdoors. Emphasis on building self-co
  er.org,http://www.seagull-seafarer.org,Lynn Moss," YMCA resident camp with unique seamanship programs in sailing, motorboating & p
 r.org,http://www.seagull-seafarer.org,Henry DeHart," Coastal camp featuring seamanship, sailing, motor boating, 18 hole golf course, adv
stminster.net,http://www.westminster.net/summer,John Griffith,
r@asburyhills.org,http://www.asburyhills.org,Holly Cunningham, Our vision statement: People experiencing God's transforming love thro
//www.enf.org,Paige Lester-Niles," Small, community-based program for campers of all backgrounds. Skill-building and fun in a warm, nur
  ks.com,http://www.camptwincreeks.com,Gordon and Fran Josey," We offer chidren a wonderful opportunity to spend their summer in a
org,http://www.nccoastalpines.org,Keli Diewald," Specializing in swimming, canoeing, sailing & kayaking. The Kerr Lake Cove is the place t
 m,http://www.ridgecrestcamps.com,Ron Springs, Impacting lives for God's glory through discipleship and adventure. 5:1 camper/counse
a.org,http://www.campkanata.org,Forrest Perry, Kanata offers a value-centered fun and friendly atomsphere and the opportunity to mak
  /www.gwynnvalley.com,Grant & Anne Bullard, A farm wilderness and traditional camp program which nurtures the child while fostering
 tp://www.gsgatl.org,Erin Oleson, Girl Scout camp near Atlanta. Located on beautiful lake. Campers enjoy strong aquatic and equestrian p
 ttp://www.nccoastalpines.org,Jennifer Carter, Located in the heart of North Carolina Camp offers a variety of programs for girls.
 ttp://www.CapitalCamps.org,Jon Shapiro," Warm Jewish environment, Kosher dining, teen leadership, wide variety of group &individual a
http://www.campthunderbird.org,Dave Purcell," Located just south of Charlotte, Camp Thunderbird celebrates 72 years of excellence. On
 es, Beautiful mountain setting. Non Girl Scouts welcomed. Traditional outdoor program.
 m,http://www.merri-mac.com,Adam Boyd," A fun-filled growing experience. Outstanding staff. Christian camp setting, sister camp to Tim
 om,http://www.rockmont.com,Dan Davis, Interdenominational Christian camp for boys in the mountains of N. Carolina near Asheville.
  g,http://www.campcheerio.org,Michaux Crocker, Traditional YMCA camp located in Blue Ridge Mtns of NC. Coed wilderness tripping prog
 turedaycamp.com,http://www.adventuredaycamp.com,Serafino Bianchi," A traditional day camp offering activities such as swimming, ho
  gsc.org,Rebecaa Amy, Equestrian program for all levels & seats. Programs for girls who don't want to ride. Non Girl Scouts welcome.
 ww.campcrystal.com,Tony Oyenarte, Beautiful camp. 144 acres on 2 sand bottom lakes. Year-round environmental ed program. Weekend
afishe3@vt.edu,http://www.ext.vt.edu/resources/4h/southwest,Sandra Fisher, Contact your local cooperative extension office for a 4-H c
  seacamp.org,Grace Upshaw, Marine Science/SCUBA Camp in the beautiful Florida Keys. Exploring the wonders of the underwater world w
 .org,Emily Zarzycki, We are located minutes from the ocean and explore all kinds of water activitites as well as the environment of South
  seals.com,http://www.fl.easterseals.com,James Bryant, Serving children & adults with physical & cognitive disabilities. Increasing indepen
 ww.girlscoutsofsuncoastcouncil.org,Laura Foster," Beautiful Florida back-country trails, wildlife. Platform tents. CIT program. Progressive r
  //www.CampFireInc.org,Tamara Korth, Something for everyone. Leadership training for teens. Come 2 weeks or all summer. State-of-the
@comcast.net,http://www.happyacresranch.com,Mary Anne Adams," Traditional day camp. Located in city limits, 10 acres with woodland
  ttp://www.winnataska.org,Bob White, Christian camping since 1918.Yr round retreat & conference facility with excellent ropes course &
 tp://www.girlscoutsnca.org,Laura Elliott," Innovative, progressive programs build courage, confidence, & character. Accredited equestria
  .com,http://www.campheritage.com,Scott Raymond,
 camontgomery.org,http://www.campchandler.org,Jennifer Smith, Covering 475 acres on beautiful lake offers countless activities for yout
  Anna Marie Phelps," Girl Scouts builds confidence, character and courage through leadership development. Resident camp programs buil
 www.gssca.org,Dana Jones," Girl Scouts builds confidence, character and courage through leadership development. Resident camp progra
 tp://www.gsle.org,Lydia Martin," Beautiful, rustic facility in historical plantation area of South Louisiana. All girls 5-17 welcome."
  .com,http://www.alpinecamp.com,Glenn Breazeale," Atop Lookout Mtn. Trad private Christian camp. Outstanding staff. Fun summer in a
 com,http://www.camphighlander.com,"Gaynell Tinsley, Jr."," Beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain setting. 40 on-camp activities, 15 off-camp tr
 anito-wish.org,http://www.manito-wish.org,Drew Richmond, Wilderness tripping is core of program. A number of traditional camp activit
erpreserve.org,http://www.greenriverpreserve.org,Missy Schenk and Sandy Schenk," Non-profit natural science camp for gifted and moti
  lsclubs.org,http://www.campwhitcombmason.org,Chris Protz, Day & Residential camp for boys & girls ages 7-14. We offer a place where
mp.com,http://www.northstarcamp.com,Robert & Sue Lebby," Fun, caring counselors, doctor on residence, noncompetitive atmosphere,
 ampnicolet.com,Georgianna S Starz," Beautiful, safe northwoods setting. International camp family. Family owned /operated since 1944.
 p://www.lonetree.org,Steve Dirks," Christian high adventure camp activities develop trust, relationships, to genuinely share Biblical truth
  pforgirls.com,http://www.wehakeecampforgirls.com,"Maggie Braun, CCD, Bob Braun, Co-Directors"," At the heart of WeHakee is relation
  rth.net,http://www.clearwatercamp.com,Perry Smith," Exquisite setting on 3600 acre lake. Cabins on mainland & 5 acre island. Tradition
org,http://www.campinterlaken.org,Toni Davison Levenberg," Judaic program, Kosher kitchen. Individual attention & scheduling. Pristine
and@wi.easterseals.com,http://www.eastersealswisconsin.com,Melissa Drake," Camp for people with physical disabilities 6&12 day sessi
 //www.redpinecamp.com,,
 @midplains.net,http://www.hoofbeat.org,Ted Marthe CCD," For your horse lover. Western or English riding. Beginners to advanced. Othe
  tp://www.campbrachman.org,Daryl Woods," Multicultural programs, beautiful lake and forest offer children opportunities for fun, learni
  e.org,http://www.gwise.org,Andrea Yanacheck, Serene lake setting. Traditional program + in an environment that builds confidence & se
  http://www.campblackhawk.org,Kim Shafer Rathsack," CBH provides a safe setting for girls to explore, take risks, have fun, and learn abo
antomlakeymca.org,http://www.phantomlakeymca.org,A Todd Lennig," Beautiful Kettle Moraine. Self-esteem, social & personal values st
nscamp.com,http://www.wisconsinlionscamp.com,Andrea Yenter," Serves children with visual, hearing and mild cognitive disabilities and
 pewa.com,http://www.campchippewa.com,Michael Thompson," Limited enrollment, unlimited opportunities, traditional pgm & Canada
 berlane.com,http://www.camptimberlane.com,Leslie & Mike Cohen," A warm, non-competitive atmosphere in Wisconsin's Northwoods.
 rds.org,http://www.campedwards.org,Jody Heimos," Trad prog, rustic cabins 90 min from Chicago, aquatics, wilderness trips, teens, famil
 ww.campfireusacny.org,Jan Peneston," Each small group is led by well trained staff, which fosters a supportive environment for both cam
p://www.gsbadgerland.org/campehawee,Andrea Tsilis, Beautiful pine forest. High camper staff ratio. Non-scouts welcome. Caring environ
 ttp://www.woodlandaltars.org,,
  ://www.gsohiosheartland.org,Karen Goodin," Develop self-esteem, values, friendships and confidence. Enjoy a low-cost, high-impact Girl
 org,,Jessica Waddell," Traditional, noncompetitive camp program in friendly, supportive rustic setting."
ders@salvationarmy.org,http://www.campswoneky.com,Scott Flanders," Hope begins here. The purpose of Salvation Army camping is ser
 g,http://www.lomocamps.org,Rebecca Stabler, A 400 acre site of beautiful forest and meadows. Program is Christ-centered and small-gro
vymca.org,http://www.ccgymca.org,Rick Taylor," Traditional YMCA camp. Outstanding staff, beautiful facility. Caring atmosphere with opp
 i@use.salvationarmy.org,http://www.greenwoodlakecamp.org,Jonathan Klemanski," Christian residential, day, and retreat and conferen
Grant Lewis," Traditional Girl Scout day camp program in friendly, supportive rustic setting."
 rnohio.org,http://www.btgirlscouts.org,," Beautiful, wooded camp. Success oriented programs with self-esteem building. Diverse staff pr
cinci.rr.com,,Gayle Lucas," Active outdoor oriented program: offers creative arts, nature & athletic activities to develop individual self-este
/www.mowana.com,Eric Kretzmann, Camp Mowana is a 'place apart' where lives are changed as people of all ages experience God's love

bscentralohio.org,,David Schirner, We work with a wide range of children to develop social skills. We focus on developing close relationsh
m.net,http://www.campobannon.org,Ted Cobb, Serves only referred youth from local area. Emphasis on fostering self-esteem.
 org,http://www.campkern.org,Jeff Merhige, Traditional YMCA Resident Camp focusing on character development through creative progr
 //www.westohiocamps.com,," Serving all people for Christian birth, growth, and renewal."
//www.joec.org,Amy Thompson, Camp Joy serves local area youth in day camp. Joy serves economically disadvantaged youth & youth wit
 valley.com,http://www.marmonvalley.com,Matthew Wiley," Christ-focused horsemanship camps. Designed to promote wholesome fun,
  http://www.southsidesettlement.com,," Children and teens experience freedom and responsibility in a values-driven community, offerin
org,http://www.jccstl.org,Joey Boime, Integrates variety of traditional camp sport cultural activities including Judaic programs for children
tp://www.campsabra.com,Terri Grossman," Caring & talented staff, dynamic activities incl waterskiing, sailing & ropes course, 960 acre ca
  d.com,http://www.camptbird.com,Carol A Sigoloff, Diverse individual choice program in pristine Northwoods lake setting. Girls experienc
rd.com,http://www.camptbird.com,Allen Sigoloff, Diverse individual choice program in pristine Northwoods lake setting. Boys experience
@campnebagamon.com,http://www.campnebagamon.com,Adam Kaplan & Stephanie Hanson, Individualized balanced program. Expert in
 org,http://www.ymcaoftheozarks.org,Jon Evans, Come play in nature's 5000 acre backyard within the beautiful Ozark foothills at Missour
 g,http://www.girlscoutsem.org,," From hiking to horseback riding, swimming to outdoor cooking, team building to sleeping under the sta
ci.org,http://www.girlscouts-gsci.org,Jennifer Kernan," Girl Scouts of Central Illinois offers a variety of camp adventures packed full of outd
www.birchtrail.com,Gabe & Barbara Chernov," Birch Trail has one of the country's premier wilderness tripping programs. Camper to staff
woodforestcamp.com,http://www.sherwoodforestcamp.com,Michael Castulik," We create healthy, caring communities where children, p
 ttp://www.ayf.com,Tom Moore," Outstanding staff; beautiful Lake Michigan setting; program focuses on community building, cooperatio
org,http://www.wymancenter.org/teenleadership.htm,Tim Kjellesvik," Wyman inspires & enables youth to explore their interests, discove
 n.org,http://www.ymcalincoln.org,Jason Smith, One of Midwest's best camps. Christian values & quality have built our reputation. Teen l
g,http://www.fpcnashville.org,Letitia Green," A christian daycamp that encourages campers in a variety of activities. Year round programs
ncrest@calvincrest.org,http://www.calvincrest.org,Craig Huffman," Christian camps: traditional, adventure, mad, sports & horse. 250 acre
u,http://www.4h.unl.edu/camp,Debbie Shultz," Nestled in the NE Nat'l Forest, State 4-H Camp is an ideal setting for kids to learn about th
 erson@girlscoutsnebraska.org,http://http:wwwgirlscoutsnebraska.org,Robert Anderson,
nebraska.org,http://www.gpgirlscouts.org,Shelly Blakley, Beautiful river bluff setting for girls K-6. Transportation. Hiking songs swimming e
 e Mozley, This camp serves nonprofit organizations for disabled and disadvantaged youth. The camp provides the facility and the group p
 tsksmo.org,http://www.girlscoutsksmo.org/schooner.asp,Kara Kellerman," Helping girls become confident, responsible women. A genera
 g,,Nicole Rottinghaus," Help girls become confident, responsible women. Come join the fun on the Lake of the Ozarks. Rustic camp setting
 w.herzlcamp.org,Anne Hope," Herzl Camp is a place where Jewish children come to make friends, have fun, learn about Israel, and celebr
 tel.com,http://www.laketrails.org,Sue Lemm," Wilderness canoe adventures for teenagers on Lake of the Woods in northern Minnesota.
cc.org,http://www.campbutwin.org,Alyssa Golob, Camp Butwin creates a friendly and cooperative atmosphere which fosters individual gr
  .camp-cherith.com,Sarah Mallett & Rob Scott," Christ-centered outdoor program, with small group focus. 1 week session for boys; 5-1 w
org,http://www.campihduhapi.org,Brian Burns, Camp Ihduhapi fosters transformational experiences in an outdoor setting.
 r.org,http://www.courage.org/camping,Tom Fogarty, Also serve children with cancer. Run special needs sport camp & college preview fo
 ttp://www.campfireusa-mn.org,Tara Markley," Day camp programs for ages 5-14. Optional overnights, before & aftercare. Resident camp
@ymcampls.org,http://www.ymcatwincities.org,Becca Fink, Serving western Mpls. suburbs. Camp Christmas Tree provides an introductory
com,http://www.metigosheministries.com,Kyle & Betsy Debertin, Adventure anchored in Christ in the beautiful Turtle Mountains of Nort
p://www.campomega.org,Bob LaCroix, Challenging & fun programs that promote solid Christian values/self-esteem development & spirit
ures.org,http://www.friendshipventures.org,"Laurie Chet"" Tschetter"""," Traditional and specialty camps are open to children and adults
www.campfoley.com,Marie Schmid," We are committed to being a positive, fun, youth-centered place that has a warm caring family atm
earwaterforest.org,http://www.clearwaterforest.org,David Jeremiason," 1000 acre camp & retreat center w/3.5 miles of lake shore, great

mpls.org,http://www.ymcatwincities.org,Liza Tickle, Day camp that offers a great outdoor experience.
http://www.girlscoutsrv.org,Liz Mayer," Girls attending our camps will receive a safe hands on experience including campfires, songs, gam
ernesscanoebase.org,http://campwapo.org,Pastor Jedidiah Scharmer, Nurturing Christ centered identity through wilderness experience.
  om,http://www.campcoyote.com,Sidney Grisham," Now a Texas tradition, let us show your kids our beautiful 2000 acre working ranch a
 rest.org,http://www.luthercrest.org,David Holtz, Luther Crest is called and committed to a Christ-centered ministry through creation and
 www.campbuckskin.com,"Thomas Bauer, CCD", Our therapeutic program promotes social and academic growth. This growth produces g
 ww.campbirchwood.com,Terry and Rachel Bredemus, Gorgeous girls camp offers 30+ exciting activities that build confidence and outstan
 .org,http://www.friendshipventures.org,Laurie Tschetter, Camp Friendship on Clearwater Lake offers camping & respite care to children o
  akehubert.com,http://www.lincoln-lakehubert.com,Sam Cote & Bill Jones," 800 ac in MN lakes. 30 land/water activ. 1:3 staff/camper rat
en, Boy Scout camp with dining hall or patrol cooking. Basic skills and older Scoutprograms. Individual Scouts welcomed.
 rg,http://www.girlscoutsrv.org,Jeet Sausen, Girl Scout Camp Singing Hills offfers a traditional camp environment with exciting programs t
coln-lakehubert.com,http://www.lincoln-lakehubert.com,Sam Cote & Bill Jones," 800 ac in MN Lakes, 30 land/water activies; 1:3 staff/cam
 g.org,http://www.kooch-i-ching.org,Steve Heinle, Renowned wilderness tripping program build self-esteem group cooperation through c
  p://www.esns.org,Jessica Paulus," For 60 years Camp Bovey has been providing a safe, fun and meaningful experience for youth through
n@girlscoutsrv.org,http://www.girlscoutscv.org,Kelly Yewer," Girls attending our camps will receive a safe hands on experience including
go.org,http://www.campnewaygo.org,Jane Vitek, Girls are our #1 priority. Known for quality at an affordable price. Independent girls keep
ttp://www.gshom.org,Pam Grubaugh, Girl Scout camp located on 200 beautiful wooded acres/one half mile of lake front provide many o
adiabetescamp.org,http://www.floridadiabetescamp.org,Gary Cornwell, Youngsters with insulin dependent diabetes enjoy camping activi
 p for Every Girl Everywhere
wh@hayowentha.org,http://www.hayowentha.org,Amanda Macaluso," Traditional on site activities and program with excellent wilderne
p://www.campcarefreekids.org,Phyllis Woestemeyer," OUR MISSION: Provide a fun, educational camping experience for children with dia
 lescreek.org,http://www.galescreekcamp.org,Megan McCormick," Helping children with diabetes since 1953. Emphasis on fun, friends &
s@crossroadsforyouth.org,http://www.crossroadsforyouth.org,Jay McWilliams, Youth-at-Risk Camp and traditional camp offering summe
ng.org,http://www.mysticlakecamp.com,Ricky Wright, 600 acress private land 90 acre private lake campers thrive in noncompetitive atmo
 /www.campsweeney.org,Dr Ernie Fernandez MD, Teaches diabetic kids how to live with their disorder while having summer camping fun
 ohio.org,http://www.mvgsc.org,Adam Cassi," State-of-the-art facility, noncompetitive, traditional programs incl Env Ed, horses, theater. W
 http://www.campwaldenmi.com,Larry Stevens," Camp Walden offers a noncompetitive, supportive environment where children learn to
www.gshom.org,Jason Maddock, Make every summer count. Girls will learn new skills and discover talents they never knew were there w
29,707-544-4432,,http://www.scfymca.org/programssummercamp.php,,
urageous.com,http://www.campcourageous.com,Steven Kiessling, Residential and Day camp services for children and adults with mental
 ://www.cyocamps.org,Robin Carter," Enjoy the great outdoors while meeting new friends and having lots of fun in a caring, Catholic envi
 g,http://www.cyocamps.org,," Enjoy the great outdoors while meeting new friends and having lots of fun in a caring, Catholic environmen
p://www.vbyc.org,Becky Pasman," We encourage young people to appreciate the relationships between themselves, others and nature."
mps.org,http://umccamps.org,Sarah Ratz," A year-round Christian camp and retreat facility, focusing on a balance of spiritual, recreationa
eway.org,http://www.girlscouts-gateway.org,Elise T Carlson, Camp Kateri focuses on friendships and fun in an outdoor setting through tra
 http://www.boldearth.com,Abbott Wallis," Hands-on outdoor adventure, service learning & language for teens in the USA, Hawaii, Alaska
  /www.gssem.org,Jenny Fehn, Great opportunity for a girl to meet friends & try new challenges in a fun-filled & supportive natural enviro
 p://www.campdesoto.com,Phil Hurt, A month of growth for girls with a Christian staff and traditional camp program that is peaceful and
 trs.org,http://www.achievementcenters.org,Tim Fox," Day programs for youth & without special needs. Activities include swimming, arts
  p.org,http://www.gsep.org,,
 eh@comcast.net,http://www.camptecumseh.net,Jim Talbot," Founded in 1903,Tecumseh flourishes on the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee
campwestminster.com,http://www.campwestminster.com,Suzanne G Bates," Develop faith, self-esteem & teamwork. Sail, climb a lightho
onic.org,http://www.campcopneconic.org,John Carlson," For anyone who likes the water, horses or high adventure. There's sailing, boatin
  org,http://www.thefowlercenter.org,Thomas Hussmann, Supported recreation. Barrier free campus with a wide variety of opportunities.
p://www.champcamp.org,Jamie Mitchell, A special camp for children with Tracheotomies and those that need ventilator or other respirat
  wentha.org,http://www.hayowentha.org,David Martin, Traditional YMCA program. Outstanding water activities. Wilderness setting & tri
www.camproger.org,Doug Vanderwell," Explore God's world,discover God's love. Providing Christian growth-adventures;nurturing relatio
ntrailscamp.org,http://www.indiantrailscmap.org,Gordon Crawford, Indian Trails Camp mission is to provide quality year round camping e
 ,http://www.guideddiscoveries.org,Allan Tiso," Explore the wonders of the universe. Qualified staff lead campers on high tech, science ad
et,http://www.circlepinescenter.org,Tom VanHammen," Teaching peace, social justice, evnironmental stewardship $ cooperationn throug
  edarridge.org,http://www.campcedarridge.org,Amy Goodwin," Real Life Impact. Make good friends, develop outdoor skills, great advent
 tp://www.cedarbrookcampOH.com,Laura Levine/Stacey Shannon," Nondenominational Christian camp, East of Cleveland. Affil. w/ Assoc
 twinlakes.org,http://www.camptwinlakes.org,," Camp Twin-Lakes is a not-for-profit organization that offers year-round recreational, ther
org,http://www.redoakcamp.org,Ken Roskos," Small camp with personal instruction, learning wilderness skills for backpack-canoe trip."
w.gsneo.org,Donna DeFiore,
 atholiccharities.org,http://www.akroncyo.org,John Litten," Helping kids grow in nature, community & spirit. Located on 165 acres includin
stonyglencamp.org,, Stony Glen Camp exists to support ministries in fulfilling the Great Commission by providing a camp setting for bringi
 rs.org,http://www.achievementcenters.org,Tim Fox," Residential & day programs for youth & adults with and without special needs. Loca
  http://www.girlscoutserieshores.org,Linda Havey," 324 Scenic acres. Hiking trails, woods, lake, amphitheater hill, archery range, large pla
 .oh.us,,Jennifer Ryba, Fun-filled week of group activities. Children learn socialization skills. Must be city of Cleveland residents.
ousecamp.org,http://www.hiramhousecamp.org,Russell R Grundke," Self-esteem specialty. Campers thrive in noncompetitive, caring atm
 //www.camphomitakoda.org,Susan Woodford, Camp for diabetic children offers full recreational experience in medically safe environme
mcgrath@clevelandsightcenter.org,http://www.clevelandsightcenter.org,Gregory Mc Grath," Highly caring camp for blind, disabled infant
seonline.com,http://www.friendlyhouseonline.com,Terry Conard, Trad. camp-no specialty other than a place to have fun & make friends.
www.campwise.org,Jodi Sperling, Camp Wise creates a friendly and cooperative atmosphere which encourages campers individual growth
  w.falconcamp.com,Dave Devey," Small, private, traditional. Emphasis on fun & learning. Challenge in atmosphere of care & understandin
 tp://www.gsneo.org,Jacqueline Walsh," Traditional GS camp building girls of courage, confidence and character through outdoor adventu
 r.com,http://www.campfirebird.net,Andrew Schwartz, Safety Fun Growth
  rthlink.net,http://www.camproosevelt.com,,
 ampfitchymca.org,http://www.campfitch.com,Brian Rupp," Camp Fitch, estab.in 1914, is loc. on the shores of Lake Erie. Traditional progr
  org,http://www.camptwinlakes.org,"Dan Mathews, M.Ed. CTRS", We provide places & paths for children with serious illnesses & life chal
 ww.kyanags.org,Lisa 'Pockets' Leonard," An all around Girl Scout Camp located on an 8 acre lake. Programs feature swimming, canoeing,
  fice@campfarley.com,http://www.campfarley.com,Joyce Oberthal," Self-esteem specialty. Campers thrive in noncompetitive, caring atm
  ww.campcamp.org,Brandon Briery, Primarily serves children with severe/profound special needs and their siblings.
  /www.campfoster.com,Josh Carr," Mission driven YMCA camp. Values of honesty, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring. 60 college-age
  rsealsia.org,http://www.eastersealsia.org,Adrienne Johnson, Providing the standard of excellence in recreation and respite services to ch
 ww.campfireusaia.org,," Noncompetitive, small group activities, decision-making & leadership skills emphasized. Traditional camp."
 www.gseiwi.org,Alicia Soppe," Varied Girl Scout programming in a nurturing environment located in the rolling hills of eastern Iowa. Com
 mming, horseback riding, tree-houses, huts, cabins, low ropes, canoeing, theatre, arts, archery, community living skills, fun and laughter."
 camp.org,Scott Umbel," New adventures, building confidence and caring role models. We strive to develop campers and foster new frien
  ://www.campwyoming.net,Kevin Cullum, All season Christian camp & conf. center. Located east central Iowa. Adult & youth retreat facili
oods.camp@iaumc.org,http://www.wesleywoodsiowa.org,Art & Nan Allen," Jesus's love experienced through life together in an outdoor
g,http://www.y-camp.org,David Sherry, Beautiful Des Moines River Valley setting.Rich 80 year history of kids learning and having fun.Com
/www.girlscouts-conestoga.com,Kim Blake," 315 wooded acres. CIT. Campers develop skills in non-competitive, cooperative setting. GS fo
  ://www.gseiwi.org,Lisa Overton," Girls experience adventure, make discoveries, and have fun in conestoga's caring camp community. Va
  ww.extension.iastate.edu/4hcenter,John Roosa," 1100 ac, woods creeks & prairie. Caring & creative staff for specialty camps, family cam
mca.org,http://www.flatrockymca.org,Steve Heiny," Traditional camping program with a focus on teaching the core values of caring, hone
 t,http://www.nwicyo.org,Paul Wengel," Campers grow physically, intellectually, spiritually, sharing adventures in the great outdoors, by c
ry.com,http://www.howemilitary.com/wp/admissions/summer-camp-program,Charles Grady," Howe Summer Camp, located on beautifu
  //tannadoonah.org/,"Amber Grundy, PhD"," Tannadoonah serves youth ages 5-16. Located in Vandalia, MI (near South Bend, IN), Tannad
m,http://www.fcov.org,Brad Ruffcom/Grace Bonemma," Mountain setting.Christian emphasis.Many outdoor activities.Caring atmosphere
 niak@gsnim.org,http://gsnim.org,Leslie Augustyniak, Day camp in a sleep-away setting. Transportation available. Traditional program in a
 ey.org,http://www.campcrosley.org,Richard Armstrong," Dynamic program, caring staff, beautiful lakefront setting combine to give childr
 5501,rich@pyoca.org,http://www.pyoca.org,Richard Swartwood, Pyoca is a place from the busy world where people can grow in their rel
ulver.org,http://www.culver.org/summer,Anthony T. Mayfield, Culver Summer Schools & Camps prepare youth for leadership & responsib
  umseh.org,http://www.camptecumseh.org,David Wright," Midwest's Premier camp. Great counselors,amazing facilities. Family culture. A
 hollowcamp.net,http://www.happyhollowcamp.net,"Bernard Schrader, CCD", Serving economically disadvantaged in Marion & surroundi
m,http://www.campeb.org,Brice Emanuel," YMCA Camp Eberhart in SW Mich. One mile shoreline, 2-- acres. Healthy environment. Some p
  ttp://www.campnatoma.org,Emily Starkie," Camp Fire USA Central Coast Council-owned. 360-acre traditional camp set in a beautiful oak
  http://www.campmillhouse.org,Lea Anne Pitcher, Our residential summer camp offers fun-filled adventurous outdoor activities for perso
http://www.JamesonCamp.org,Tim Nowak, Jameson Camp serves all children with a specialization in working with social/emotional need
 //www.hillcroft.org,Elizabeth Piazza, Isanogel offers one and two week residential camps for individuals with disabilities from ages 8 and o
 ndiana.edu,http://www.bradwoods.org,Shay Dawson," Traditional camp experiences for youth with disability or chronic illness. Environm
 http://www.campmack.org,Rex M. Miller, Our program is intentionally designed to provide life changing experiences that lead to formatio
  ://www.gsnim.org,Brooke Gettings, Beautiful lakefront resident camp for girls. Staff provides progressive programs like horses and aquat
  renz, 1650 acres/2 lakes/25 miles of trails to explore. Experience yrs of traditions & a caring staff in a relaxed atmosphere.
  scoutsni.org,http://www.girlscoutsrrv.org,," Beautiful natural setting & trained, supportive staff provide a learning environment with pos
 @aol.com,http://www.newimagecamp.com,Tony Sparber," Weight loss & fitness combined with traditional camp activities. Upscale, mo
  r@ymcachgo.org,,Junina McArthur," Self-esteem specialty. Campers thrive in non-competitive, caring atmosphere with opportunities to
camp.com,http://www.bebercamp.com,Stefan Teodosic," Camper chosen specialty prog. in water sports, land sports, creative arts. All in
org,http://www.houseinthewood.org,Valerie Wright," Serving inner city children, teens, families, from Chicago. Provides positive alternati
 rg,http://www.jcys.org/chh/,," Offers fun, friendship, excitement, travel, variety & adventure, a place campers can learn independence, n
 mcachgo.org,http://www.campmaclean.com,"Jeff Tremmel, Lacy Kitty & Brian Ensberg"," Increase self-esteem, learn new skills, have fun,
 tercamps@sbcglobal.net,http://www.thecenterpalos.org,Meagan Maricle," 60 acre farm in suburban Chicago with horses, farm animals,
  ://www.campojibwa.com,Dennis Rosen," THE GAME-to play is great, to win is greater, but to love the game is the greatest of them all. Co
 tp://www.kawaga.com,Matt Abrams," For more than 90 years Kawaga has offered a fun, safe & rewarding experience in the beautiful No
 amp is open to all youth; traditional program with focus on environmental awareness.
 ,http://www.ymcacampduncan.org,Rona Roffey, Beautiful setting. Staff are carefully selected & trained as role models to lead campers in
  om,http://www.campli-lo-li.com,,
 ww.lolcampcedarbrook.org,Becky Pummell, Christ-centered outdoor activity based camp which integrates personal and spiritual develop
 rg,http://www.sterlingrockfallsymca.org,," Camp Benson is located in scenic NW IL. We offer traditional and unique actvities. Program foc
m,http://www.camptuckabatchee.org,Kelly Bunnell," Independent, not for profit, co-ed youth camp. Rustic cabins; traditional camping pro
  nee.com,http://www.campmenominee.com,Steve Kanefsky, The most awesome summer of your life. Tons of sports and tradtional camp
m,http://www.marimeta.com,Sandy and Terry Cohen, Land and water sports are included in a Marimeta summer. Individual attention ma
campchi.com,Ron Levin," Promote indiv. growth, self esteem, skill building Jewish values. 30 specialities. Pool. A/C, gyms/rollerblade cour
m,Gregg Parker," Build skills, friendships & traditions in beautiful Maine. Wholesome fun, an elective program, & quality instruction in a clo
 cys.org,http://www.jcys.org,Johanna Sievers," The intimacy of a small camp & the excitment of a big camp. We focus on buildingrelations
 //www.y-owasco.org,Joseph Murphy," Adventure Every Day! Resident Camp, Day Camp, and teen leadership programs provide experienc
 tp://www.scfymca.org/programssummercamp.php,Michelle Head,
 m,http://www.sandyhillcamp.com,Greg & Kathy Ann Joseph," It's amazing. Sail and waterski on the Chesapeake Bay, ride a horse, fly dow
m,http://www.toweringpinescamp.com,John M Jordan & Jeff Jordan, Traditional program with emphasis on individual achievement & pos
  odland.com,http://www.campwoodland.com,JoAnne Jordan Trimpe & Anne Jordan & Susan Jordan, Traditional program with emphasis o
 kaye@urj.org,http://www.osrui.org,Gerard Kaye," The Reform movement's camp in southeast Wis. for campers in grades 2-12. We comb
  ,,Michelle Head," Day camp offers fun, safe activities for youth. Also available are sports & performing arts camps."
@lwcgwc.com,http://www.greenwoodscamp.com,Dayna Hardin," We promote individual growth & achievement. 40+ activities, campers c
 .org,http://www.prescamps.org,Brad Fries, Lake Michigan Shorefront. Special rustic setting within the city limits of Saugatuck.
 stanfield@ymca.org,http://www.southbay.ymca.org,," Our responsibility is to be caring to all, treating all with honesty and respect in a fu
g,http://www.diabetesohio.org,Darlene Honigford, A special camp for kids with diabetes. All staff are trained in the special needs of youth
 o.org,http://www.buehlerymca.org,Robin Wagner," Many specialty camps: Science, Lego, cooking, disk golf, mini golf, spy camp, teens. F
 w.ymcacampecho.org,Rob Grierson," We promote character development, celebrate diversity, encourage service learning, and teach lea
 rlscouts-gsci.org,http://www.girlscouts-gsci.org,Katie Nolan," Each summer Girl Scouts of Central Ill offers a variety of camp adventures p
 onderlandcamp.com,http://www.wonderlandcamp.com,John Welch, Multicultural Christ centered environment. 1.5 hrs N. of Chicago in
 y@campronald.org,http://www.campronald.org,Vicky Flaig, Camp Ronald McDonald is a residential summer camp for children and adults
 nfo@campmishawaka.com,http://www.campmishawaka.com,Steve Purdum, Mature staff help develop lifetime skills. Brother/Sister cam
 ahwisconsin.com,http://www.ramahwisconsin.com,Rabbi David Soloff," Kosher kitchen, Hebrew language, full recreational & Jewish edu
m,http://www.campsrus.org,Gary R Turnier, We foster social interaction and personal growth enriching the hearts and minds of our camp
 _wall@ymcachgo.org,http://www.ymcachgo.org,Amy Nolen," Tradtional, sports, and specilaty camps for campers ages 3-15."
 org,http://www.girlscoutsni.org/,Wnedy Nielsen, Beautifully wooded 160 acre camp 50 miles from chicago with pool; lake access for boa
replace@aol.com,http://www.thenatureplace.com,Ed Bieber," Nature oriented Non-competitive small co-ed groups,hands on nature exp
@aol.com,http://www.decomadaycamp.com,Gary and Eugene Deutsch," Non-competitive, warm and genuine attitude in working with ch
mp@aol.com,http://www.harandcamp.com,Sulie Harand," Through a unique combination of theater & sports, each child is given opportu
bcglobal.net,http://www.chippewaranchcamp.com,Cliff Lissner," Pretty setting, family atmosphere, English riding, climbing, aquatics, thea
 www.sequanota.com,Ang Illar," Summer & year-round programs for youth, adults, and families. Rustic cabins, motel-style retreat center,
 /www.ycamps.org,Richard Deer," A slice of heaven just 30 miles from Pittsburgh. Our campers grow in confidence, responsibility, appreci
programs@crestfield.net,http://www.crestfield.net,Rev Becky L Angelini," Committed to disciple making, Crestfield offers programs and f
ennis.com,http://www.joelrosstennis.com,Joel Ross," An intensive tennis program including instruction, drilling, match play. Plus a wide r
w.lutherlyn.com,Rev Randal Gullickson," Christian emphasis, small group,camper-centered, diverse prog. opportunities provides life-chan
 ,http://www.campagape.org,Thomas Reddinger," Campers participate in a great variety of activities that teach problem solving,develop c
ge@use.salvationarmy.org,http://www.camppage.com/allegheny,Major Ed George," Camp Allegheny, in the mountains of Western Penns
p://www.csfarm.org,Ray Neitz," Christian camp where children experience God's creativity in nature, recreational activities, arts and crafts
  rg,,Elva Banda," Deer Park Camp Crabgrass Day Camp M-F 7:30AM-5:30PM. Ages:6-12. Fee:$80 Sessions1-6/16,2-6/23, 3-7/7, 4-7/14, 5-7
  ,http://www.campfriendship.com,Samantha Leonard," General program, over 30 elective activities. Also, challenge adventure trips, eque
 henandoah.com,http://www.campmontshenandoah.com,Jay Batley & Ann Batley," We create an excellent summer camp experience for
  .com,http://www.campwalden.com,Karen Krieger," Honor system. Long standing traditions, small family atmosphere. Individual scheduli
  ,http://www.campkumbayah.com,Phil Boyce, Outdoor nature and adventure program children and counselors of all backgrounds learnin
org,http://www.RichmondARC.org,Jarek Muchowski, Residential camp offering activities and supports to persons with disabilities 3:1 cam
 a.org,Elizabeth Wright, Our mission is to reveal God's love to low income and at-risk children and youth of Cetral Virginia so that they mig
  ttp://www.cbrsda.com,Denny Grady, Located in the Blue Ridge Mts. Traditional program plus exciting outposts. Open to families & group
 rg,http://www.camphanover.org,Bob Pryor," Building Christ-centered community through challenging small group living. High adventure
m,http://www.teko.org,Tracy Bomberg," Jewish day and resident camp on Lake Minnetonka in Minnesota. Activities include swimming, ar
 ://www.chanco.org,Jim Sitzler, Traditional program plus exciting trips. Emphasis on values and living in a Christian community. Self-esteem
//www.campbethelvirginia.org,Barry LeNoir," Christian camp, great staff, mountain setting aura is non-competitive encourages responsib
  ealsucp.com,http://www.campeastersealsucp.com,Alexander Barge," Camp ESUCP Virginia located about 45 minutes northwest of Roan
mpholidaytrails.org,http://www.campholidaytrails.org,Tina LaRoche," Residential summer camp for children with chronic health problem
p://www.gsccc.org,Wendy Scott," Traditional girl scout camp prgrm. Girls can select individual interest programs. Tents, modern bathroom
 www.girlscoutseasternmass.org,Peg Juppe," Nestled in a beautiful pine forest on a pond. Focuses on helping girls grow strong, opportunit
  tp://www.campalleghany.com,"Samuel C Dawson, III, CCD", Magical place to make new friends. Structured program. Great food. Camper
com,http://www.campgreenbrier.com,William J. Harvie," 'A Tradition of Fun Since 1898,' Greenbrier is a place where 7 to 18 year old cam
 g,http://www.hi-y.org,David King, Teen leadership-service and entrepreneurship our specialty. General recreation for 7 to 12 year olds. E
4,lclc@windstream.net,http://lclcelca.org,Lee Lindeman," Residential Christian Outdoor Ministry. Bible study, worship, sailing, swimming,
 ://www.campcherithwny.org,Evelyn White," Play,learn & grow in a traditional Bible-based outdoor program. Enjoy friends, fun, singing, s
y.org,http://www.gswny.org,Janet Depetrillo," Experience forest, fun, & friends at Timbercrest. Rustic & beautiful setting perfect for learn
  .com,,Gerry Kasper," Day camp for all children, disabled and non-disabled working together."
nell.edu,http://www.hiddenvalley4hcamp.org,Reuben Siskin," Provides the experience of a lifetime. Independence, lasting friendships, life
ationarmy.org,,Captain Brian Peabody," Resident camp, rustic setting. Emphasizes self-worth & character building. Christian emphasis wit
m,http://www.campwright.org,Dee Zeller," Chesapeake Bay Camp: sail, canoe, sports, nature& art. Adventure trips. Christian community
tp://www.camptalltimbers.com,Glenn Smith, We offer programs that help to foster a camper's personal development via participation in
nedy@co.dakota.mn.us,http://www.mngyc.com,Ray Kennedy," Youth and teen camps. An exciting camp experience for dependents of ac

 miamicountyymca.net,,Donn Craig, Summer day camp provides kids teh opportunity to spend their summer in a outdoor/camp atmosphe
 gook@cdymca.org,http://www.chingachgook.org,Aaron Cantor," YMCA character development since 1913. Sailing, canoeing, kayaking, sp

ornell.edu,http://www.4-hcampbristolhills.org,Gina Holsopple & Matthew Woods, Located in the beautiful Bristol Hills region of the Finge
 ny.org,http://www.cloverpatchcamp.org,Christopher K Schelin, Fully accessible camp for adults/children with disabilities. 2:1 Camper/sta
 ttp://www.girlscoutsfoothills.org/camp,Karen M. LuBecki, Discover the fun power and friendship of girls together. Camp offers traditiona
  nercranelake@urj.org,http://www.urjnecamps.org,Louis Bordman," Since 1958, URJ Joseph Eisner Camp for Living Judaism has come to e
  ://www.romaca.com,Jeff Saltz," Amidst Berkshire culture. Outstanding staff & program. Emphasis on swim, tennis & drama. Positive, lovi
 ww.killooleet.com,Kate Spencer Seeger, Specialization in a wide variety of sports and arts activities. Hikes and trips. Supportive cabin grou
ere.com,http://www.camplindenmere.com,Charles Maltzman, Individualized programming for all campers with special consideration give
  org,http://www.campjaycee.org,Jason Brakeman, Residential camp for children & adults with developmental disabilities. Located in the b
na Christina Sanchez," A camp specialized in baby campers (3-5 years), outstanding staff, working in a noncompetitive and caring atmosph
www.campalvernia.org,Ben Esposito," Old-fashioned day camp located on Centerport Harbor in a beautiful country setting. Strong staff an
 om,http://www.kingswoodcamp.com,Bob Wipfler," Balanced approach to waterfront, team sports, individual activities. Daily scheduling f
 /www.campwalt.com,Jed Dorfman," White Mountains. Outstanding experienced staff, program, facilities. Extensive sports, arts, tripping.
 com,http://www.campecholake.com,Amy and Tony Stein, Echo Lake is committed to empowering children. Confidence built via cutting e
 ley.org,http://www.campdudley.org,Mr Andrew Bisselle," Camp Dudley, founded in 1885, is a place that celebrates timeless traditional v
  p://www.pokomac.com,Sharp Swan," Pok-O-MacCready, located on a beautiful Adirondack Lake, is known for its friendliness, fun and ad
  .org,http://www.ramapoforchildren.org,Bernard Kosberg," Ramapo is an exciting and challenging program designed to build self-confide
  amas.org,http://www.vacamas.org,Elise Newbury," Multicultural, diverse populations develop in a nurturing, non sectarian community o
ww.kampkohut.com,Ms. Lisa Tripler," Rich in the finest Maine camping traditions. Kohut offers a unique blend of wholesome fun & quality
  urj.org,http://www.urjnecamps.org,Louis Bordman or Herb May, Beautiful Berkshire camp on private lake. Supportive mature staff for an
  aycamp@gmail.com,,Ginger Bloom, Exceptional variety of supervised athletics/cultural activities/special events and trips in a Jewish orie
aea.org,,David Weintein," Jewish & Israeli culture on the Delaware, peer leadership skills. Team sports, rafting, social action, hiking, Koshe
  .org,http://www.ymcanyc.org,Michelle Caban, We have an exciting summer planned for you. Including recreational social and educationa
 g,http://www.nct.org/camp,Karen Culpepper," Coed traditional Adirondack camp. Organic farm and garden, horse riding, aquatics, arts, m
  tp://www.grgsc.org,Elizabeth Hand," Campers thrive. Non-competitive, caring atmosphere, opportunities to belong, learn, contribute. Tr
 /www.campwinadu.com,Shelley & Arleen Weiner," Windau is unique because we combine a professional, instructional sports program in
mp.com,http://www.gatehilldaycamp.com,"Jennifer, Josh & Bob Male", Situated on 33 wooded acres. Campers experience an 'I can do it'
@campcedarbrook.net,http://www.campcedarbrook.net,Nancy Halliday, A Christian camp for girls 7-17. Quality experience in guided Chr
 ier.org,http://www.northernfrontier.org,Ralph Essery, Christian Boy's Camp in the Adirondack Mountains plus father/son camping progra
ofwesternohio.org,http://www.grgsc.org,Mary Beth King, Girls thrive in a caring atmosphere where they can participate in traditional cam
 p://www.campgreylock.com,Michael Marcus and Lukas Horn," Traditional values, advanced instruction in individual and team sports. Exc
 ttp://www.brantlake.com,Robert Gersten and Richard Gersten," Traditional camp - large, mature staff. Safe environment. Good values. Fu
 rg,http://www.surpriselake.org,Jordan Dale," Since 1902 we have helped campers grow. They come away with better skills for getting alo
 edu,http://www.dpf4hcamp.org,Ed Safrey, Building friendships for a lifetime and learn by doing.
p://www.merriwood.com,Judy & Gary Miller, Third generation owners-Director. A place to learn in a friendly supportive environment. Gre
  ://www.moosilauke.com,Bill & Sabina McMahon," Since 1904, Camp Moosilauke's unique program of positive risk tkaing, its incredible ca
  enox.com,Richard Moss," Top level instruction in all team & indiv sports. Camp spirit, warmth - full aquatics on Mt Lake. Emphasis on valu
  lo@ymca.org,,," Day Camp offers traditional & speciality camps including gymnastics, sports & other fun, camps in the North Country."
mpvega.com,Linda Courtiss Ragsdale," Vega offers a variety of sports, art and camp traditions. Great facilities and hiking trails on a mile of
pbirchmont.com,http://www.campbirchmont.com,Greg & Laura Pierce," Join one of America's oldest camping families. Traditional values
  org,http://www.innabah.org,Christy Heflin,
  tp://www.campmonroe.com,Stanley Felsinger," Great facilities, mature staff, lasting friendships, Fun structured Jewish camp. Strictly Kos
 pkc.org,http://www.ymcatacoma.org,Brian Myers," Exciting theme-based activities in 4 locations. Special programming, age 10-12. Separ
mping.org,http://www.happinessiscamping.org,Rich Campbell, A 'normal' camp experience for children with cancer.
 t,http://www.campdovewood.org,Roberta Richmond," Camp Dovewood is a dynamic interdenominational Christian camp for girls 7-14. F
mp.com,http://www.deerkilldaycamp.com,Robert & Karen Rhodes; Todd & Rebecca Rothman," A balanced, noncompetitive program with
 ttp://www.freshair.org,Thomas Karger, Free camp for NYC disadvantaged children. Special career awareness program.
  w.gsnc.org,Catherine Mottola," At Camp Blue Bay girls explore a variety of recreational, cultural & educational activities in a fun, safe env
  pines.com,http://www.pointopines.com,Jim & Sue Himoff," Traditional, filled with fun. Friendships based on caring and respect. Nestled
//www.pinecliffe.com,Susan R Lifter & Patty Lifter," Outstanding staff, beautiful facility. Cabins, warm cooperative atmosphere, lake settin
ds.com,http://www.frenchwoods.com,Beth Schaefer," French Woods offers individualized summer camp programs in dance, theater, mus
 mpepc@ymcarockies.org,http://www.ymcarockies.org/EPC.Daycamp.htm,Shelly Coerver," Give your child a summer to treasure-YMCA D
  as.org,http://www.smountainymca.org,David Berry," Traditional Day Camp; variety of activities, fun safe environment. Features choice a
 @girlsquest.org,http://www.girlsquest.org,Georgiana Bezuyen," Rustic Catskill Mountain camp with traditional program designed to help
  as.org,http://www.smountainymca.org,Karen Robson, The YKnots Day Camp is for children from preschool to second grade. All activities
 lvationarmy.org,http://www.starlakeyouthcamp.org,Capt. Kevin Stoops," The SA's Star Lake Camp offers an array of outdoor activities for
  ww.camphilltop.com,"Scott, Ann & Melissa Young"," Camp Hilltop is a traditional co-ed overnight camp. We offer 2-8 week sessions to ca
  tp://www.campandro.com,Peter & Roberta Hirsch," Diverse individualized program incl: sports,waterfront & trips.Excellent instruction.M
8-7824,holmes@holmescamp.org,http://www.holmescamp.org,Peter Surgenor Robin Garzoni - Program Director," Providing Christian cam
  p://www.campregis-applejack.com,Michael Humes, MultiCultural. Spec attn & prog for 1st time camper. Teen prog w/travel. Cabins have
  tp://www.quinipet.org,Greg Nissen," Small group overnight camping. Located on Peconic Bay. Caring, Christian staff. Open to all faiths."
 p://www.campcayuga.com,Brian Buynak," Comprehensive facilities, great staff, fun trips, noncompetitive, over 60 activities:horses, trape
 8432,plarom@incarnationcenter.org,http://www.pequetsherwood.org,Peter Larom," Est 1886, we're the oldest co-ed camp in the US. Ca
 /www.campcobbossee.com,Steve & Nancy Rubin," Excellent instruction-all sports-top adventure program climb, hike, camp, scenic lake, f
g,http://www.campwillowrun.org,Robbie Harris & Kevin Adams, Year-round Christian youth camp on Lake Gaston. Built on a unique railro
 .com,http://www.campfernwood.com,"Fritz Seving, Christine Seving"," Friendly & welcoming. Great staff. Strong instructional program. L
 //www.camptaconic.com,"Mark & Meryl Transport, Jill & Loren Kleinman", Make new friends & have fun. Individually elected activities. C
griver.com,http://www.rollingriver.com,Mark & Rhonda Goodman, Catch the wave of excitement at day camp for kids ages 2-15. Unique
ww.campmkn.com,Chris 'Bunkie' & Lynn Roy, Traditional boys camp with a strong sports program and exceptional all around camp activiti
  .com,http://www.trailsendcamp.com,"Starr & Stan Goldberg, Rona & Marc Honigfeld"," More than a summer camp it is an 'experience o
 om,http://www.breezemont.com,John Richard Tesone," Day camp with sleep-away atmosphere, campers thrive in noncompetitive settin
 amp@msn.com,http://www.pathfinderdaycamp.com,Gary or Nancy Burns," The program and facilities at Pathfinder have been develope
  com,http://www.cecbr.com,Richard and Sheryl Kamen and Adam Baker, Brother/sister traditional values. Modern environment. Diverse
  com,http://www.camphuntington.com,Daniel Falk," Special needs camp, learning/developmental disabled & ADD campers. Traditional p
  com,http://www.twinoaksdaycamp.com,Hal Elman," Campers thrive in warm loving accepting atmosphere, skill building in all sports dyna
ww.campwinnebago.com,Andy Lilienthal," How do you measure value at camp? Kids say 'Fun'. We say fun plus values & healthy relationsh
m,http://www.timberlakewest.com,Justin Mayer and Jennifer Despagna," Our camps mission is to teach children the skills of making and k
p@fa.org,http://www.fasummercamp.org,Richard Mack," We provide an environment that combines excellence in teaching with patience
ahBerkshires.org,http://www.ramahberkshires.org,Rabbi Paul Resnick,
  p://www.mysummerfamily.com,"Kristin Ebner-Martin, Pauline & Steve Jepson"," A pioneer in the camping industry for over 100 yrs. Gre
  om,http://www.indianhead.com,Shelley & David Tager," Full season resident camp. Outstanding facilities, broad based creative program
  p://www.camplaurelwood.org,Ruth Ann Ornstein, Warm & sensitive staff. Traditional program in beautiful scenic environment. Excellent
www.92y.org/camps,Alan Saltz," For children of all ages, interests & needs. Rustic Rockland Co setting, 20 min from G.W.Bridge. Convenien
  net,http://www.robindel.com,Nat & Ann Greenfield," Fun with a purpose. Teach skills to develop self worth. Warm caring staff. Strong ar
om,http://www.bluerilldaycamp.com,Joel Shapiro," At Blue Rill, we're 'Friends Forever' Fun summers filled with non-stop activities, loads
 www.campecho.com,Jeff Grabow," 'Discover the Adventure.' Children discover their talents & live out their dreams as they have fun, mak
m,http://www.camprobinhood.com,David and Jamie Cole," Sail our lake, climb a mountain, play sports on wide-open fields, ride, throw a
hetu.org,Janet Igoe Paddack," Just for girls, just for fun. A small traditional camp with an innovative spirit. A natural lakeside setting and a
 p.com,http://www.westhillscamp.com,Mike Moore," Mature group & special staff provide support & leadership. Teen & preteen travel, 7
  http://www.montlawncamp.org,Rich Sylvester, Christian camp providing an environment where children are challenged to dream and eq
ettelake.com,http://www.raquettelake.com,Ed & Kathi Lapidus & Steve Norman," Camping at its best. Top facilities in incomparable Adiro
 w.moshava.org,Alan Silverman," Religious Zionist camp. All activities, emphasis on educ prog, hiking, religious studies, Israel. Complete sp
 akajo.com,Jeffrey Konigsberg," Magnificent lakefront setting, exceptional facilities, diversified program of athletics, waterfront, tripping &
 or@aol.com,http://www.virginiaelks.org,Lorraine 'Susie' Keller, Resident camp in the Alleghany Mts. of western VA. Deserving youth spon
w.nccamps.com,Nancy Gucker-Birdsall and Steve Frauenthal," Program emphasizes adventurous hiking, canoe, mountain, bicycle trips; str
 telle.com,http://www.poyntelle.com,Sarah Raful-Whiston," Caring environment with fully updated facility. Diverse athletics, aquatics, art
ne.org,http://www.campramahne.org,Rabbi Ed Gelb, Jewish educational camp in a fun setting. Conservative movement.
 p.com,http://www.kenmontkenwood.com,David & Sharon Miskit, Premier 2 and 4 week boys camp & girls camp with world class sports/
www.camplaurel.com,"Keith Klein, Jem Sollinger"," Camp Laurel represents the finest in co-ed camping. Accentuated by the beauty of Mai
m,http://www.ramaquois.com,Arthur & Natalie Kessler," A day camp as complete as sleep-away. Private lake over 50 indoor buildings, 7 h
 om,http://www.shibleydaycamp.com,Harvey Kulchin," The Day Camping leader in sports education. 40 wooded acres, 5 heated pools. Ca
 www.tylerhillcamp.com,Andy Siegel,
oftulsa.org,http://www.tulsaparks.org,Mary Ann Summerfield," Camp activities include sports,games,crafts,special events & field trips. Sa
www.campwicosuta.com,Corey & Justin Dockswell," A traditional four week camp for girls in Hebron NH. We offer fun and skill developme
http://www.campolmsted.org,April Callender," Located at foot of Storm King Mt in beautiful Hudson Valley, small camp for inner city child
 54-1355,bucksrock@bucksrockcamp.com,http://www.bucksrockcamp.com,Mickey & Laura Morris," A unique program for teens emphasi
 ttp://www.camphillcroft.com,Greg & Sally Buttinger," 1 3rd generation family run day camp, with a mature & supportive staff, enabling c
 pondcamp@therinx.com,http://www.TheRinx,Peter Trupia," A camp where every child feels welcome, safe and connected. They'll have f
 .gssc.us,Joanne Koszyk," As a coed camp, our woodsy atmosphere is ideal for younger campers and provides a variety of activities, includi
 .easterseals.com,,Danny Sutter," Beautiful wooded setting on Lake Bloomington offering accessible, challenging & fun outdoor programm
end.com,http://www.campriverbend.com,Harold & Marianne Breene," Your child's best summer is just around the Riverbend. The Breene
 rostvalley.org,http://www.frostvalley.org,Jerry Huncosky, Traditional programs plus focus on well-ness lifestyles. Located on 6000 acres in
 tp://www.camphoover.org,Deborah Hooker," Camp Hoover is committed to giving girls the opportunity to learn, discover, explore, challe
rg,http://www.campnejeda.org,James Daschbach," A special camp providing an active, safe camping experience with emphasis on sound
 org,http://www.kiddiekeepwell.org,Cindy Robertson," Nonprofit camp for 6-13 yr old boys & girls, from low income families in Middlesex
 ttp://www.hihills.com,Mike Metelsky," Mature staff, great 'New England type' setting. Warm, supportive atmosphere. All activities, door
  ttp://www.hcymca.org,Kristin Heimall," In Clinton Twp. set along the Scenic Raritan River. Programs include horseback riding, science, tra
ww.gsnnj.org,Janet Henry," Hit the trails at Lake Rickabear. Open to ALL girls 1st-12th grade. We ovver a supervised, fun, and active progr
http://www.ballibay.com,John Jannone," Noncompetitive. Individual choice: theater, art, music, dance, video, radio, riding, swimming, ten
 ttp://www.winnewald.com,Bob Jones," A natural setting with heated pools, playfields & tennis court. Program for 4-12. Transportation &
 campspeersymca.org,http://www.campspeersymca.org,Eric Meier," Our 1100 acres of wilderness backdrop our outdoor adventure progr
 army.org,,Major Scott and Sue Kelly, Christian emphasis for disadvantaged children.
 ter.org,http://www.thearcgloucester.org,Terri Wilson, A day and residential camp where children and adults with developmental disabilit
  tp://www.lakeanncamp.com,Ken Riley, Campers attend this unique camp from over 30 states and 15 different countries. Programs are a
 ttp://www.wildwoodranch.org,David Long," Wildwood is a Christian Camp with residential & day camps, & a retreat center for rental gro
9263,rschumann@nj.easterseals.com,http://www.eastersealsnj.org,Richard Schumann, A special camp for people with disabilities. Activit
bernieymca.org,http://www.campbernieymca.org,Jamie Bean," Do more & be more in 2008 we provide safe & healthy camp experiences
www.watonka.com,Donald Wacker," Camp Watonka offers camper selected programs in hands on science (11 labs), adventure, sports, an
eattleymca.org,,Amanda Sherry," Supportive atmosphere of a Day Camp setting. Encourages participates to develop fullest potential in sp

www.campjames.com,Theresa Collins," Offers kids a summer of fun, packed with adventure; with convenient, flexible scheduling for busy
http://www.pinemere.com,Toby Ayash," Mtn setting. Kosher kitchen. Warm, caring atmosphere. Fine supervision. Mini sports camps. Bu
www.BBA-SJ.org,Audrey Howard," Swimming, Boating, Arts and Crafts, Campfires, Nature Hunts, Hay Rides, Miniature Golf and lots of Cam
 ,http://www.ladore.org,Maj. Jeffrey Bassett," Christian camp. Pocono Mts, great opportunity to meet wonderful staff & campers .Seeking
  scsnj.org,Vicky Allen," This all girls camp is located in southern NJ. Enjoy arts & crafts, archery, swimming in our pool, canoeing on our lak

 tp://www.campnockamixon.com,Mark & Bernice Glaser," Private camp with family atmosphere. Aquatics, sports, and arts activities to m
cc.org,http://www.marinjcc.org,Jessica Turk," Camp includes music, drama, swimming, arts & crafts, sports, nature & Judaic culture. Camp
 g,http://www.ymcasv.org/mtmadonna/,Robert Hamilton, Character building through healthy activities under leadership of child care pro
  dnet.att.net,http://www.camppennbrook.com,Flip Shulman, Girls transform yourself in a summer. Make friendships for a lifetime. Most
om,http://www.susquehannock.com,Edwin and Cannie Shafer Jr," Traditional camp that offers a variety of outdoor activities, including in
 //www.greenlane.com,Mel Brodsky," A nurturing, structured camp where the uniqueness of every camper is treasured & fun & growth a
  t.net,http://www.canterscave4hcamp.com,Anita G. Harris," Nestled in a scenic valley in southern Ohio. Modern, year round facilities. Ide
 tp://www.kirkwoodcamp.org,Gary McKee, Kirkwood Camp offers a fine balance between education and recreation as a Christian Camp. F
eals-sepa.org,,Renee Camper, Specialized day camp. Serving children whose primary disability is a physical challenge; on site nurse.
http://www.netimus.com,Darlene Calton," Camp Netimus promotes an inclusive, caring environment providing a varied, traditional progra
er@camphope.org,http://camphope.org,," Hope Center is situated on a hillside overlooking Little Silver Lake, with 125 acres of forests, we
m,http://www.kweebec.com,Les & Maddy Weiser, Professional athletes & coaches teaching superb athletic program. Family atmosphere
pper.org,http://www.goldenslippercamp.org,Tom O'Neill, We offer scholarships and fees are based on income.
  rovedaycamp.com,http://www.wgcamp.com,Larry ZeitZ, To provide a fun and educational experience in a safe and nuturing environmen
http://www.appelfarm.org/camp,Cori Solomon," A community of creative, welcoming artists exploring music, theater, dance, visual arts, p
  http://www.campjohnmarc.org,Vance Gilmore, Camp John Marc exists to provide a renewed quality of life for children with chronic illne
 eled.com,http://www.theroadlesstraveled.com,Jim & Donna Stein, Our purpose is to enrich young people's lives by offering a life experie
  ,http://www.shohola.com,Duncan Barger, Strong staff and programming. Experienced leadership. Over 40 activity choices. Exceptional tr
m,http://www.pineforestcamp.com,Mickey Black, Award-Winning. 73nd summer same family ownership. Fun with great staff. All-around
 www.southwoods.com,Scott & Andrea Ralls," A 4-Week values based experience including the best in crafts, watersports, landsports, the
  ,,Anne Roche, Day camp for children with physical disabilities and developmental disabilities.
 ahpoconos.org,http://www.ramahpoconos.org,Rabbi Todd Zeff," Conserv-Jewish, Kosher camp. Sports, music, dance, drama, Hebrew, ou
 www.timbertops.com,David Schreiber," All girls. Great specialty staff in a nurturing environment. Brother camp, Lake Owego 1/2 mile aw
 aycock.org,http://www.haycock.org,Steven K. Marks," A semi-rustic, Christian camp offering a wide range of exciting programs for boys,
 .com,Dale & Barbara Dohner," Sparkling Pocono Mountain Lake; traditional all-around program; skill instruction- aquatics, sports, sailing,
 legesettlement.org,http://www.collegesettlement.org,Frank R Gerome, Serves economically needy children from five county Philadelphia
6,ciden@vt.edu,http://www.ext.vt.edu/resources/4h/northern,Win Iden, Residential camp in mountain setting. Traditional programs plus
 86,angusmurray@varietyphila.org,http://www.varietyclubcamp.com,Agnus Murray, Variety Club Camp provides day & overnight camp e
 rlam@urj.org,http://www.harlam.urjcamps.org,Rabbi Frank DeWoskin," Poconos enriches and transforms lives and cultivates lifelong frie
p://www.campcarolina.com,Alfred Thompson," Our philosophy centers around simplicity of life, self-reliance, human relations, wonders o
  s.com,http://www.srdaycamps.com,Howard & Dale Batterman," One fun year after another, traditional programs of swim, sports, arts a
 m,http://www.lakeowego.com,Shelly Silver, All boys camp with a complete program & top instructors. Timber Tops is sister camp 1/2 mil
ww.gsep.org,Jodi Saul,
 www.campjbmac.com,Amanda Bottleson, Day camp offered to children ages K-12 yrs. Outdoor activities to keep your child happy and he
 @comcast.net,http://www.arrowheaddaycamp.com,Howie or Ellen Gilbert, Traditional & comprehensive day camp serving the main line
ww.campsaginaw.com,Michael & Jessica Petkov," For 'The Summer of Your Life.' Spectacular setting providing every aspect of camping, fu
 s.salvationarmy.org,http://www.virginiasalvationarmy.org,Major Al Newsome, Eligibility only through a local Salvation Armu unit in the D
 ://www.campmardela.org/,,
  m,http://www.campstcharles.org,Ms Laura Hall," Campers learn to respect each other and the environment, horses, swimming, riflery, a
 ,http://www.camphighroad.org,Rick Dawson," Small group camping with Christian emphasis, 657 acres with outstanding view of Blue Rid
 ,http://www.btcamps.org,"David Schimmel, MSW"," 1:4 staff-camper ratio, counselors are teachers, all activities taught by certified instr
 ://www.familyandchildservices.org,,
 //www.burgundyfarm.org,Greg Wright," Trad day camp on 22 acres w/pond & barnyard. 7-12 yr olds choose interest area. Science, visua
ww.campskylemar.com,Arleen & Shep Shepherd," Sports-oriented program with 2-1 instruction in tennis & golf. Specialized clinics in lacro
 edu,http://www.extension.unh.edu,,
  com,http://www.camprimrock.com,Joe Greitzer," Girls ages 6-17, overnight. Our 57th season. Multiple week sessions. Horseback Riding,
 ttp://www.gscm.org,Abby Neyenhouse," Conowingo offers summer and year-round camp, high adventure, and outdoor program activitie
  p://www.echohillcamp.com,Peter P Rice Jr, Echo Hill fosters an unusual amount of love and kindness which leads to lasting friendships an
 http://www.barrie.org/camp,Peter Vogdes," Perfect setting for traditional, all-in-one program, including on-site riding, swimming & boati
  rylouise.org,Rick Frankle, Serving Jewish boys for 84 years. Spectacular grounds and facilities located in the Catoctin Mountains of Wester
 http://www.campmilldale.org,Jodi Fishman," Day camp on 155 acres. Additional specialty programs are: sports camp, arts camp, teen cam
n@leagueforpeople.org,http://www.campgreentop.org,Bill Morgan," Providing traditional camp activities for youth & adults with disabilit
org,http://www.pecometh.org,Rev. John Ky Shitama," Our mission is to provide hospitality and programming that promote God-inspired l
et,,Melissa McNichol," Specialty camp for children with cancer. Outstanding staff, beautiful setting and medical support. No charge to cam
 smith@ymaryland.org,http://www.ymaryland.org,Caitlin Weber," Whatever your child's age and interests, look to YMCA camping for a sa
 mps.org,http://www.crystallakecamps.org,Nathan Bowen, Summer camp program for Christian Scientists only.
Miosi," In beauty of God's creation and rugged camplife with Christian leadership, youth experience growth in personal maturity."
 amps@smymca.org,http://www.smymca.org,Sue Williams," Exceptional 500 acre mountain top facility, qualified trained staff, over 50 yrs
  ttp://www.campbluediamond.org,Dean & Jerri Heiser Wenger," Mountain & lake setting near State College. Sandy beach, swimming, can
ww.campswatara.org,Marlin D Houff, Christian church camp located adjacent to Appalachian Trail on Blue Mt. in Berks County Pennsylvan
 mosh.org,http://www.campmosh.org,Jennafer Curran," Kibbutz atmosphere, Kosher, Hebrew language, featuring creative Jewish activitie
@ymcade.org,,Ivy Sheehan, Traditional outdoor day camp on 96 acre facility. Large teaching pool. Teen trip program. Transportation availa
  rg,http://www.cbhinc.org,Diane O'Hara, Beach-side facility serves Delaware residents only. Normal potential with communication disord
p://www.cbgsc.org/,Cathy Stafford," 265 beautiful wooded acres, located on Chesapeake Bay at mouth of Sassafras River. All girls 6-17 we
 cade.org,http://www.ymcade.org,Patricia Warrinier," A diverse atmosphere where campers have fun, make friends & are challenged by e
78-0567,fairlee@esdel.org,,Steve Nkurlu, Summer camp and year recreational opportunities for people with disabilities.
  ://www.sewataro.com,The Taylor Family," North woods setting, diverse, noncompetitive program, fishing, riding, etc."
ows," Dynamic and innovative programs for girls in a traditional, wooded, lakefront camp setting. Camper-planned activities, special even
 org,http://www.mvymcacamps.org,David Hetherly," Committed staff teach values through traditional camp activities in a beautiful island
enock.com,http://www.campwawenock.com,"June Gray & Patricia Smith, Andrew & Catriona", Program of choice gives maximum attenti
  ://www.campabnaki.org,Jon Kuypers, Camp Abnaki for boys on Lake Champlain. Traditional camp program with emphasis on character d
  ass.org,http://www.ptgirlscouts.org,Deb O'Shea," Develop horseback riding and drama skills in a safe supportive environment. Outdoor a
ohelo.com,http://www.wohelo.com,Van Winkle Family," Diverse activities, lifelong friendships, relaxed atmosphere on beautiful Sebago L
huckins.com,,Jody H Skelton, We are a traditional friendship camp with an accent on leadership development. Huckins offers a nuturing e
acknh.gov,http://www.merrimacknh.gov,Barbara Rohan," Trained counselors guide campers in a relaxed atmosphere increasing self confi
  ,http://www.meadowcroftcamp.com,James & Eileen Kelly," Strong swimming, soccer,arts,music,nature,woodworking,sports,theater,trip
  burbanymca.org,http://www.campfrankaday.org,Leah Zippin," Traditional camp on beautiful lake in central MA. Land and water activitie
 www.choppoint.org,David Wilkinson, Just for teens. Great counselors. Trips our specialty. International. Great food. Lobster bakes.
g,http://www.brownledge.org,Bill & Kathy Neilsen," Noncompetitive, elective program, giving campers responsibility & choice. Superior in
 tp://www.boggycreek.org,Dorcas Tomasek," Free-of-charge, not-for-profit year round camp for kids and their families who live with threa
maplewood@comcast.net,http://www.maplewoodyearround.com,Lee Pinstein & Susan Reardon, Outstanding facilities & staff. Active pro
com,http://www.campthoreau.com,Jen Cavazos," Traditional day camp. Small groups-big fun. We are based in character development &
p://www.swgirlscouts.org,," Creative program planned by campers and staff in small groups to build self esteem & community. Swimming
 n.org,http://www.ymcacamplincoln.org,Jeff Gleason," Located along the sandy shores of Kingston Lake. Coed, traditional based day and a
mps.com,http://www.capecodseacamps.com,Nancy W Garran, Directly on Cape Cod Bay and freshwater lake. Programs blend tradition a
 /www.camptapawingo.com,Jane Lichtman," Improving self-confidence of girls. Trad. camp balances creative arts & athletics.1 1/2 miles la
 /www.cyj.org,Kenneth J Kornreich," Jewish overnight camp offers water sports, athletics program & performing arts. Great staff, great pla
 org,http://www.coniston.org,John Tilley," Trad. YMCA camp on 1100 acres, own lake, values oriented, campers choose activities with skil
 g,http://www.girlscoutsalaska.org,Amanda Block," Traditional Girl Scout program plus a different theme each week, wilderness setting co
 y.com,http://www.campnashobaday.com,Jean Seaward," A traditional camp with professional and caring staff. Transportation included,
  tp://www.ymcacampfuller.org,Peter Swain," Salt water sailing & aquatics. Strong emphasis in noncompetitive activities, strong camp trad
wood-evergreen.com,http://www.kenwood-evergreen.com,Scott Brody/Phyllis Dank," High quality individual instruction in land & water s
 http://www.bccymca.org,Dave De Luca, Character education based upon the small-group living environment. More than 90 yrs of excelle
 tp://www.kippewa.com,Ginger and Steve Clare," Caring, nurturing ambiance, arts, athletics, water sports, horses, wilderness trips. Indivi
http://www.farmandwilderness.org,Chris Lord," Alive with adventure, Timberlake is every boy's dream-fly off rope swings, build a tree ho
 p://www.campsangamon.com,Mike Byrom," All-elective program. Boys choose every day. We teach/play life-long individual sports & cra
 e4502@aol.com,http://www.my4hcamponline.com,Kevin Barbero," Self-esteem building, campers thrive in noncompetitive atmosphere
 els@woodmen.com,http://www.woodmen.com,Jennifer Kreifels, Nebraska/Iowa Camp Woodmen. 'Where memories are made.'
 ,http://www.medolark.com,Scott Weinstein," Arts program-theatre & dance plus culinary arts + 12 studios. Nontraditional, noncompetit
m,http://www.wyonegonic.com,Carol Sudduth & Steven Sudduth, Non-competitive atmosphere with emphasis on personal development
 campt.com,David & Linda Suitor," Counselors avg. 8 yrs of service.50 2nd,3rd,4th,5th generation campers,21 states,9 foreign countries,8
 rg,http://www.wtncampwooden.com,Darrell Dowdell,
 mcanyc.org,,Lillian Soto," Campers are part of small group. The staff are caring, enviroment is safe. Days are full of fun out & indoor activi
hns@ymcade.org,,Denise Myers-Johns,
 ings.org,Bob Green," One of Americas oldest camps located in the camping center of NE Traditional camping featuring athletics, water sp
.com,http://www.campcaribou.com,Bill & Martha Lerman," Warm, nurturing, challenging environment. 200 ac private peninsula. Individu
tp://www.rivers.org,Ed Schreider," Located on a 52 acre spring-fed pond. General camp with CIT program, transportation, extended day,

http://www.alfordlakecamp.com,"Sue or Jean McMullan, Betsy Brayley"," A place of sensitivity, challenge, respect, appreciation, warmth
org,http://www.camptelnoar.org,Molly Lourie Butter, Full range of activities in an intimate setting. Campers develop skills in activties of h
 ://www.CampManitou.com,Jon Deren, Spectacular 250 acre campus. 42 sports & creative programs. Warm atmosphere. Structured so bo
 ttp://www.campagawam.org,Garth Nelson," Traditional, broad activity program stimulates personal achievement. Inter-personal skills an
mpdowner.com,Harold Mitchell,
 ral-vt.com/web/lotuslake,John or Dorothy Milne," Day camp offers traditional outdoor camp activities, rural/settings on a privatelake. Em
 phirock.org,http://www.camphirock.org,Jessica Speer-Holmes," Exceptionally supportive staff. Traditional prog. Adventure course, state-o
oaka.com,Leslie & Jason Silberman," Matoaka has a family atmostphere that can be described as spirited, warm, caring& fun. Program tay
  http://www.CampPemi.com,Danny Kerr, Traditional camp program with broad range of activities. Outstanding veteran staff & happy pos
der@belmontday.org,http://www.belmontday.org,Betsy Kelder," BDS Summer Session provides a fun, positive, and creative learning envi
  eastersealscfc.org,http://www.ct.easterseals.com,Jennifer Person, Year round recreation and camping programs for children and adults w
 onacamps.com,http://www.winonacamps.com,Alan B Ordway," Traditional camping at its best. 100th Anniversary in 2007. 30 states, 20 c
 nne Wilson," Christian girls camp offers self-esteem building, multicultural simulations, teambuilding and lots of fun. Come & find out all a
 ads4kids.org,http://www.crossroads4kids.org,Pat Cleary, A safe and supportive community for youth ages 7 to 7th grade to develop healt
w.campcedar.com,"Jeff Hacker, Sue Hacker-Wolf"," Happy, well cared for campers - superior facilities and excellent instruction in a family
tp://www.sjridingcamp.com,Pat Haines," An ideal place to improve your riding skills, learn more about horses & have fun. Also a great pla
 248-6814,office@covenantharbor.org,http://www.covenantharbor.org,Ray Warren," Covenant Harbor draws people from their routines
  http://www.glenbrook.org,Twain Braden," Joy, enthusiasm & respect forself, others & earth in a naturing community led by great staff &
p://www.scfymca.org/programssummercamp.php,,
http://www.spfldcol.edu,Ben Taylor, An experiential day & adventure camp for children ages 5-15 years old interestedin exploring the out
  g,http://www.agassizvillage.org,Lisa M. Gillis," Preparing youth for life's voyage through new friendships, enriching activities, and leaders
  //www.campfoss.org,Molly Reeve," Warm, friendly atmosphere in a small camp environment. Beautiful lakeside setting in central New H
 ttp://www.camparcadia.com,Anne Fritts/Louise Henderson/Louise Fritts Johnson, A warm family atmosphere & close guidance fosters th
  m,http://www.sharoncountryday.com,Charles A Hershman," 'We are family'-mature,caring staff; beautiful camp setting, aquatics, sports
  ww.tohko.com,Andrew Mahoney," Warm supportive staff, exciting prog, fun friendships, responsibility, leadership, sucess, sportsmanshi
org,http://www.farmandwilderness.org,Tom Barrup and Alison Laslett," Small community where teens grow through shared work, simple
  _demichael@use.salvationarmy.org,http://www.campsebago.org/,," Camp Sebago provides a rural encounter, hiking & nature trails, lake
 ://www.camplaurelsouth.com,Roger & Dagni Christian, 4 wk Resident Camp offers top instruction in a family atmosphere. We take care o
  t.org,http://www.calumet.org,Karl Ogren," A place of friendship, great fun, spiritual growth & renewal. Outdoor activities in beautiful set
ss.org,http://www.ptgirlscouts.org,Rebecca Mongiat," A 25 acre site on the Ashland Reservor ideal for swimming, boating, and exploring
  .com,http://www.campnashoba.com,The Seaward Family, Beautiful facility on crystal clear waters. International clientele. Elective progr
 ://www.scfymca.org/programssummercamp.php,,
tp://www.gsofhousatonic.org/camp.phtml,Sue E. Stevens," Campers share in planning their program with guidance from caring counselor
 .org,http://www.alohafoundation.org,Kathryn Plunkett, For 93 years we have been building community with a camper/counselor ratio of
 //www.hemophiliaz.org,Alexis Christensen," Serving children with hemophilia and/or HIV, their siblings, and children of hemophiliacs."
  res.com,http://www.forestacres.com,Waldman & Newman Families," Traditional camp located in White Mountains. Mature staff with lo
cres.com,http://www.indianacres.com,Lisa & Geoffrey Newman," Traditional camp,mature staff,individualized program teaching skills & v
brook-ma.org,http://www.meadowbrook-ma.org/daycamp,Daniel E Hanlon IV," Offering balanced program of sports, arts/crafts, music/d
 mp.org,http://www.darrowcamp.org,Andrew Buckman, We offer Wilderness Trips for youth ages 10-18. Two experienced leaders guide c
  campbetseycox.com,Lorrie Byrom, All elective program - campers choose daily. Progressive philosophy with global view. Rustic cabins.
 irlscoutseasternmass.org,Rebecca Anderson, 300 acres of pine forest on a lake. It focuses on helping girls grow strong with opportunity to
  as.org,http://www.vacamas.org,Sandi Friedman, Small nurturing community catering to individual needs of each camper non sectarian w
ccamp@scouting.org,http://camping.sdicbsa.org/YAC/SummerCamp.asp,Keith Pratt," Beautiful weather and many local attractions make
 asternmass.org,http://www.girlscoutseasternmass.org,Joanna Lenahan," 72 acres including 2 pools, pond, ropes course, nature center. T
org,http://www.diocamps.org,Sue Marcoux, Traditional residential summer camp offering diverse activities with a Christian foundation
abernadette.org,http://www.campsfatimabernadette.org,"Michael Drumm, Resident Director", Traditional residential summer camp. Also
m,http://www.campwekeela.com,Ephram Calflun," Wekeela is a premiere coed camp located in the great state of Maine on a pristine mo
dudley.hamlin@snet.net,http://www.HolidayRecreation.com,Dudley & Wendy Duff Hamlin," Eastern Connecticut's summer tradition for
ki.org,http://www.chewonki.org,Garth Altenburg," Located on 400 ac coastal peninsula, emphasizing nature study & wilderness trips for a
ttp://www.camptakodah.org,William Therrien, Takodah is one of New England's great traditional resident camps. We focus on rich friend
 ,http://www.farmandwilderness.org,Maria Lahr-Vivaz," Girls are in motion-learning, laughing, digging, hammering, painting, building, clim
 http://www.keewaydin.org,Peter Hare," Traditional camp famous for canoe & hiking trips. Rich in-camp program. Character building expe
://www.teencamp.com,"Monique Rafuse-Pines, Matt Pines, Kris Kamys"," MTC offers an elective program for teens, 13-17. We are an int
  l.org,Jeremy Force,
gswood.org,http://www.jccmaccabicamp.org,Mitch Morgan," Beautiful lakes-region setting. Culture & experience. Wide variety of activiti
 ://www.cohencamps.org,Pearl Lourie," Full range of activities help build character, self confidence and spirit. 650 acre lakefront site. Jewi
center.org,http://www.bartoncenter.org,Danielle Eid," Year round programs, resident summer camp, day camp, & adventure camp that e
 nicus.org,http://www.canonicus.org,Elizabeth Lussier," Quality Christian camp located on 308 acres of field, woodland and lake. Establish
rg,http://www.thepines.org,John Egan," The Pines provides quality experiences through programs that promote physical, intellectual, mo
  .org,,Karen Wenz," Great staff. Supportive environment, encouraging girls to reach their fullest potential. Try new experiences and be the
@seaworld.com,http://www.seaworld.org,Chance Sanford," At SeaWorld Adventure Camps, connect wtih amazing animals and friends, le
es.org,http://www.catalinaseacamp.org,Paul Kupferman," Have fun and explore Catalina Island. SCUBA, snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, mari
mp@ewalu.org,http://www.ewalu.org,Dale L. Goodman," Year-round Lutheran affiliated camp,Christ-centered summer Bible camp progra
 tp://www.aldersgatenj.com,, Christian camp offering programs for children and youth to experience the traditional camp activities while
DayCamp.com,http://www.LakeViewDayCamp.com,Doug Bartlett," Located on 22 acres & Farrington Lake in Central NJ. Dynamic adult sta
g@usa.salvationarmy.org,http://www.campneosa.com,Captain Josh Lyle, Christian emphasis with caring staff serving NE Ohio. Children re
rg,http://www.girlscoutsosw.org,Marissa Bennett,
m,http://www.livingwaterscamp.org,,
campgooddays.org,http://www.campgooddays.org,Christina Woods," A camp for children and their families whose lives have been touch
  .bgcm.org,David Keigan, Resident camp is offered to members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Memphis.
@georgefox.edu,http://www.camptilikum.org,Dennis Littlefield," Christian emphasis, 1-6 grade day camp, 7-12 grade resident camp. 95 a
www.scbaptist.org/campmccall,N Clifton Satterwhite," Mtn setting, boys grades 1-12. Southern Baptist Camp with missions, education, h
am, excellent facilities, individual skill development emphasized, noncompetitive. Mature staff."
/www.gscsnj.org,Ginger Haithcox," Most of our campers return every summer. Our camp lays the foundation for girls to learn independen
 ,http://www.campbythesea.org,Josh Cutler," Based out of the newly renovated JCC in Margate, NJ - Children at Camp By The Sea enjoy b
 jscott@clevelandcatholiccharities.org,,Marilyn Scott," Camp Happiness offers 4 ACA Accredited Day Camps for children and young adults
 /www.campgray.com,Jeff and Rebecca Hoeben," Fun, caring Christian community. Ages 6-18. Programs include swimming, horses, leader
 p://www.campstarlight.com,David & Allison Miller, Traditional full program including lacrosse. Many electives. Extensive indoor and outd
 sex2.com,http://www.lomc.org,Russ Senti, Church in outdoor settings connecting the Word of God with the World of God.
 daycamp.com,http://www.ivyleaguedaycamp.com,Ron & Sandy Leiser," Big league fun, through self esteem building activities. Campers m
pwk.com,http://www.campwk.com,Sandy & Will Rubenstein, Program of daily choice in a caring community atmosphere. Kids build chara
  w.girlscoutsbayarea.org,Jill Casey," Wooded hills close to city. Arts, drama, dance, leadership, fashion, music, writing. General camp prog
ookcampca.org,http://www.cedarbrookcampca.org,Sharon M Livingston," A unique Christian camp, offering separate camping experienc
w.yakimaymca.org,Matt Rusch," Located in the beautiful Cascade Mountains. We focus on developing self-esteem, leadership, social skills
ndaycamp.com,http://www.championdaycamp.com,Greg Pinkham, Welcome to Champion Day Camp-where kids have the greatest summ
 ttp://www.borderview.ymca.org,Robert Messina,
 tp://www.camprocks.org,," Themed programs in cooking, rock climbing, animal care, ice skating, outdoor skills & more. Safe, supportive a
org,http://www.congocamp.org,Dan O'Neil," An adventure a day. 40 beautiful acres ideal for camp and fun. Travel programs, traditional, a
olla.ymca.org,Grace Ihn, Day camp & caravan trips. Serving children (4-16 yrs) through a large variety of exciting camp options. Specialty s
 /www.schodack.com,Dr Paul Krouner," Warm, nurturing camp in the beautiful Berkshires. Loads of tradition, spirit & fun. Structured & el
  //www.tawonga.org,Jamie Simon," Tawonga is near Yosemite National Park on the lovely Tuolomne River. We focus on self-esteem, app
 rlin@ymca.org,http://palomar.ymca.org,Jennifer Chamberlin, Come make memories last a lifetime. The Palomar Family YMCA has the rig
 ssaudubon.org,,Scott Santino," The Ipswich River Day Camp offers fun outdoor activities for kids with emphasis on discovering wildlife tha
taindaycamp.com,http://www.deermountaindaycamp.com,Roberta and Carol Katz," 49 yr trad. 3:1 camper to staff. 25 acs, 6 pools, 7 ten
//www.westessexymca.org,Joanne Browne, The West Essex YMCA Pioneer Trails Day Camp is a traditional camping experience providing
 assaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org/arcadia,Patti Steinman," Active, outdoor natural history camp. Campers learn through hik
ymca@aol.com,http://www.ymcali.org,Glenn Vickers II," Camps offered: Youth, Kiddies, Sports, Pee Wee Sports, Performing Arts, Dance,
 e Lusk," A Christian camp providing opportunities for Spiritual growth, fun activities, developing friendships and leadership training."
 /www.lonetree.org,Eric McNamara," A replica Fort Stockade, Fort Lone Tree offers horses, archery, rifles, rockwall, etc. in a safe christian
 www.beavercamp.org,Mike Judd," Discover Beaver Camp, a Christian camp located in the western New Yorks Adirondacks, Beaver Camp
Valorie Rykowski,
ace.com,http://www.belvoirterrace.com,Nancy Goldberg/Diane Marcus," Individually structured program in fine arts, dance, music, theat
 s1@mac.com,http://www.horseridingcamp.com,Arno Mares," Three Hours English riding daily. Water Skiing, tennis, arts, crafts, and poo
  2,,http://www.scfymca.org/programssummercamp.php,Michelle Head,
 p://www.halifaxnc.com/4hrurallife,Joe Long," A fun day camp with a great staff and delicious food, open to everyone. Full of many excitin
oodmen.org,http://www.woodmen.com,Scott Koebel, The SW VA WOW Family Activity Center opeined in 2001 for Woodmen members &
 ://www.camphillard.com,Jon & Jim Libman, 80th yr. of 1 family ownership.Facility incl. 7 heated pools/large fields/indoor buildings. Servi
p://www.campaldersgate.org,Eric Dingler," We have all that staff that makes camp great, plus we add in time to grow in faith and help cam
ampasbury.org,William Graham," Co-ed, small group camping. Curriculum teaches Christian values & builds community. Celebrating diver
w.christikon.org,Robert L Quam," Serving all on behalf of area ELCA Lutherans, Christikon offers residential, backpack & CreationCare prog
 ymca.org,Steven Hamill," Our camp encourages children to grow socially, physically, and intellectually in a safe and nurturing environmen
 a.org,http://www.peninsula.ymca.org,Lenny Leszczynski," With the Peninsula Family you are part of a camping program you can count on

 http://www.campjudaea.org,Sandra Bass, Overnight Zionist camp in beautiful Blue Ridge Mtns. Offering a caring atmosphere with opport
hoo.com,http://www.crossroadsretreat.com,Marie Skweir," We provide a welcoming, safe space for all ages that honors, nurtures and ins
 campcourageous.org,http://www.campcourageous.org,Jeanne Muellerleile, Year-round respite care & recreational program for children
 daycamp.com,http://www.millroaddaycamp.com,Jerry Waldron," Campers thrive in a safe, caring, fun setting, where activities and facilit
 net,http://www.cpbc.com,William Fish, Counselors model their faith in Jesus Christ. Special Island & Trip camps. Ropes courses on mainla
wonderlandcamp.org,http://www.wonderlandcamp.org,, Wonderland Camp provides recreation for mentally and physically challenged p
 @Seaworld.com,http://www.swbg-adventurecamps.com,Josh Kennedy," Get face-to-face and hands-on with all kinds of animals, includin
http://www.gsnetx.org,,
 -l@clemson.edu,http://www.clemson.edu/outdoorlab,Leslie Conrad, Traditional residential camps for special and general populations in
w.campsertoma.org,Keith Russell, Home of Camp Challenge (for high-achieving/limited resource youth) and Sertoma Deaf Camp. Near Ha
 nbrooke.org,http://www.campfinbrooke.org,Mara Teeslink," Girl Scout camp in rustic setting with river access. Activities include pool, m
 om,http://www.oregoncampcedarbrook.com,Malinda Plant, Creative Christ-centered personal growth/skill building focus. Mature volunt
  .com,http://www.camplakestephens.com,Darrell Whitaker," Mature, caring staff. 1:7 counselor:camper ratio. Beautiful rustic setting, up
ww.campascca.org,Matt Rickman," We help people with disabilities achieve equality, dignity, and independence. This is accomplished thro
www.gsnnj.org,Mary-Ann Lewis, Jockey Hollow Camp helps girls discover the natural world. Connect to new ideas and friendships. Take ac
 @aol.com,http://www.statenislanddaycamp.com,Michael Halpern," Staten Island Day Camp is unique. Children live and play in a structure
 s.com,http://www.valleytrails.com,Michael Stillson, Valley Trails offers a traditional camp experience for campers grades K-9. Safe campu
erizon.net,http://www.camp-america.com,Norma Levin," Country setting. Warm, caring staff provide supportive atmosphere for your chil
 /www.nwood.com,Gordie Felt," Specializing in socially immature campers with minimal learning challenges. Formal social skills training, a
   hillsdaycamp.com,http://www.rollinghillsdaycamp.com,," Day camp; each child is made to feel good about themselves. Emphasis on swim
www.thearcofsomerset.org,Chris Reagan, Camp Jonoti services children and adults with disabilities. We provide day and residentail camp.
org,http://www.campsandycove.org,Tim Nielsen, Nondenominational Christian camp in the Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia. Choos
  rdale.org,http://www.lutherdale.org,Jeffrey A Bluhm," Lutherdale is a faith community, dedicated to building lives in Christ, through the w
  tp://www.campdanbee.com,Jay Toporoff," A traditional, full-season girls camp with a unique spirit expressed in energetic cheers and act
 s.com,http://www.challengecamps.com,Carole B Berman, A unique academic program to enrich your bright child.
ndsorMountain.org,http://www.WindsorMountain.org/summer-camp,Sarah Herman," Creative, caring community, campers choose their
  ail.com,http://www.campdarkwaters.org,Travis W Simmons," Caring Quaker atmosphere where we believe a child's summer vacation sh
 w.huston.org,Bill Tubbs, Episcopal camp in foot hills of Cascade Mtns. Small group experience in a Christian community. Adventure trips.
 p://www.campfireak.org,Theresa Serr-Burek, Alaska Pacific Campus perfect environment for campers to experience nature and explore th
 daycamp.com,http://www.tallpinesdaycamp.com,"Andrew Yankowitz, AICP", We capture the magic of summer & create opportunities to
ntainchai.com,http://www.campmountainchai.com,Steve Gerard," Jewish residental summer camp serving children entering grades 3-11.
  ail.com,http://www.4hcampohio.com,Contact: Cyndi Atkinson, Camp leases site to groups who do thier own registration of campers. No
 oplescc.org,http://www.allpeoplescc.org,Julio C Ramos,
  nswildcamp.org,http://www.camprossrelles.com,,
 om,http://www.esopuscamps.com,Bro. Don Nugent," The Mid-Hudson Valley Camp provides recreational and educational opportunities
 faes.osu.edu,http://www.4hcampwhitewood.com,Brandon Mitchell, Committed to the development of positive and productive life skills
  greg@pbcdaycamp.com,http://www.peninsuladaycamp.com,Greg Schneider & Adam Hibbeler, Summer day camp. 'Activity with Directio
  org,http://www.friendshipventures.org,Jamie Ryan, Traditional and specialty resident camp sessions for persons with and without disabil
mps.com,http://www.tamarackcamps.com,Lee Trepeck," Jewish community camp offering all sports, water activities, fine arts, horseback
  .brantwood.org,Amy Willey," Brantwood fosterscommunity living, builds leadership & self-esteem. Activities include athletics, swimming
  p://www.camphanes.org,Val Elliott," Dynamic, well-trained staff. Beautiful mountainside site. Exciting program taught in a positive Christ
ol.com,http://www.oakcrestdaycamp.com,Jonathan Gold," Have your child experience the wonder of an Oak Crest summer. Inredible faci
 e@tocaloma.com,http://www.tocaloma.com,Tiffany Romero," Traditional camp nestled on private site, SM Mts. Supportive caring staff,
  ://www.ymcacampernst.org,Jon Perry, What sets us apart: all kids have opportunity to do all 24 daily activities; strong teen development
 aEastBay.org,http://www.camplomamar.org,Koffi Kpachavi, Located in the beautiful redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Busing avail
 c.org,,Jean Lynch, Over 400 acres located in Duchess County. Camp Kaufmann offers year round camping to girl scouts and other groups. D
  http://www.tripplakecamp.com,Leslie Konigsberg Levy," A tradtional uniform camp with a structured program. Nurturing, spirited, & em
 //www.girlscoutsofgreateratlanta.org/,Jennifer Buckelew," Nestled on 619 acres of shady pines. We call home. Empowering girls through
@optonline.net,http://www.tshcamp.com,Nancy Thomas & Polly Hall, Horses bring out best in everyone. Full day camp. Specializing in Eng
  http://www.scdhec.gov/campburntgin,Marie Aimone, A camp for children with special health care needs. 2:1 camper/staff ratio. Enrollm
 9736,moshava@moshavawildrose.org,http://www.moshavawildrose.org,David Pelzner, Religious Zionist camping since 1939.
  net,,Lilliam B Consuegra, Happiness with safety.
ww.ocgsc.org/campsnj.htm,Joann Sweeney," Accept the challenge to explore, learn, and develop self confidence in a safe and caring envir
   stein Rafner," From 18-months to 11th grade, we offer everything from traditional camps to sports, specialty, theatre and teen camps."
 a@msn.com,http://www.cedarbrookcamppa.org,Paula Worden/Jeff Sherwood," Christ-centered, Bible-based program. Focus on individu
ntyfamilyy.org,http://www.ymcacampabelincoln.org,Zach Klipsch, In addition to fun learning and enhancing self esteem skills Camp Abe L
 mp.com,http://www.lochearncamp.com,Rich and Ginny Maxson," A summer of fun, friendships & lifelong learning. Each girl creates her o
 cglobal.net,http://www.nekamo.com,Debbie Morris, Traditional program Christian camp. In Ozarks near Truman Lake. Small group activit
 is.org,http://www.campstellamaris.org,Adam Bell, Beautiful Consus Lake. Extraordinary waterfront program. Leadership & counselor trai
  .org,http://www.bearcreekcamp.org,Ben Larson," Providing opportunities for adventure and discovery we offer a non-competitive enviro
 ia.org,,Rev. Eric Elkin, A Christ-centered outdoor ministry that inspires all people to live fully in the spirit.
 choframasa.org,http://www.campranchoframasa.org,Kevin J Sullivan, Inclusive recreational residential camp. Catholic Mass 1 time a wee
 om,http://www.campmiddlesex.com,Steven LaFountain," Self-esteem specialty. Campers thrive in noncompetitive, caring atmosphere w
 http://www.kawanhee.com,Pete St. John," Located on the shores of Lake Webb and among some of Maine's finest mountains and rivers.
 y@girlscoutsaz.org,http://www.girlscoutsaz.org,Michelle Balfe Keefer," Noncompetitive, creative environment with extensive fine arts pr
 ampwaklo.com,Susan Chenet," Wa-Klo is a magical camp where a great group of girls come together to make lasting friendships and new
  an@gmail.com,http://www.campastowamah.org,Nancy Maclean," Traditional program, small resident camp. Recreational skills along wi
 ampwaynegirls.com,http://www.Campwaynegirls.com,Noel Corpuel and Peter Corpuel," Family owned since 1921. We provide a caring e
 rg,http://www.shetek.org,Marv Nysetvold, Lake setting. Programs and facilities for all ages all year around. Beautiful island with medium
  az.org,http://www.girlscoutsaz.org,," A fun-filled day camp for girls. Science exploration, outdoor adventures, arts & crafts, music & danc
www.twinlowcamp.com,Tyler Wagner," Lake frontage with many water activities, challenge course, large activity field, basketball, variety
  quon.org,http://www.miquondaycamp.org,,
  azyfcamp.org,http://www.lazyfcamp.org,, Lazy F Camp provides summer camp in a Christian environment in a convenient location. Also
 eat.org,http://www.opretreat.org,Willis R Williams," 80 acres of beach dunes and forest. Located on the Long Beach Peninsula with lighth
a.org,http://www.gbgm-umc.org/campindianola,Pete Simpson,
Day camp for emotionally handicapped children. Campers must be referred by special education coordinator or psychologist
ods.org,http://www.makwoods.org,Rev Michelle 'Mike' Burcher," Make friends, build self-esteem in a caring non-competitive Christian se
 http://www.nc4h.org/centers/millstone,Gene Shutt," Home of 'The Fur, Fish & Game Renoezvou' & '4-H Horsemanship Camp'. Great trad
 .tanako.org,Becky Campbell,
 p://www.fonz.org,Liz Dannes, FONZ Nature Camp is an overnight camp held at the National Zoo's Conservation and Research Ctr in Front
 jornymca.org,http://www.campjornymca.org,Dennis Lipp," Traditional YMCA resident camp on famous Manitowish Chain of Lakes in N. W
 org,http://www.massaudubon.org/moosehill,Kay Andberg," Explore nature via activities, hikes, games and crafts. Weekly themes for age
  feifercamp.com,http://www.pfeifercamp.com,Sanford Tollette, Free. 24 hour supervision. Effective discipline model. Also have 6 week lo
  org,http://www.swah4h.org,,
 /www.canadensis.com,Brian Krug, Happy Campers. Superior facilities and excellent instruction with a family feeling on a beautiful private
http://www.4hmemorialcamp.extension.uiuc.edu,Curt Sinclair, The finest in group camping. Beautiful setting adjacent to Robert Allerton
ping.org,http://www.gbgm-umc.org/suttlelake,Jane Petke, Year-round recreation & Christian hospitality in Central OR. For all ages; faciliti
 www.ramblingpines.com,Robert Jordan, Rambling Pines encourages each youngester to reach their potential in a relaxed and supportive
Summer resident camp for children & adults with developmental disabilities.
g,http://www.girlscoutsbayarea.org,Shae Jewell," Spectacular mountain high adventure camp. Rock climbing, boating, mountain bikes, ro
 omaha.org,,Laura Wine," Fun & exciting activities in a safe, friendly environment. We emphasize building skills, self-esteem, & Jewish valu
http://www.ymcacampcullen.org,Nicola Saunders, Campers can enjoy over 20 different activities on the water front horseback trails or on
wildpines.com,http://www.idyllwildpines.com,John Aufhammer, Serving Christ and Christians since 1923
 p.org,http://www.tvrcamp.org,Tom Holland, Western riding at its best. Variety of in-camp activities. Backpacks & packtrips on foot & hors
 yc.org,http://www.feyc.org,Lynn Warburton, Florida residents only. 9 to 13 coed organized group only with insurnce.
 mpdirector@hughes.net,http://www.westviewonthejames.org,John Edwards, Fun & friendships in atmosphere of Christian love. Camper
 nimeadows.org,http://www.leonimeadows.org,," Located in the beautiful western Sierras. Outstanding staff, great activities and joyful ch
 ttp://www.sumatanga.org,, Sumatanga is a place of rest and vision in the foothills of north Alabama. Great views of the mountains anytim
 p://www.girlscoutsem.org,," Dabble in new activities, splash in the pool, experiment with outdoor cuisine, make new friends, and much m
 lage.org,http://www.goodearthvillage.org,Chad Campbell, A beautiful 500 acre Christian camp and retreat center tucked into the bluffs o
  ntessorieca.org,http://www.setonmontessori.org,Anna Perry, Beautiful setting on 3 wooded acres. Trained & experienced staff combinin
m,http://www.chateaugay.com,Hal Lyons, Enjoy memories for a lifetime on picturesque Chateaugay Lake in the Adiron. Mtns.Our 2.5:1 sta
 girlscoutsofwesternohio.org,http://www.girlscoutsofwesternohio.org,Kelda Heitkamp," Summer day camp for girls, plus year-round team
  odschristiancenter.org,http://www.riverwoodschristiancenter.org,,
www.campcharlespearlstein.com/,"Jodi Woodnick, LCSW"," Communal Jewish living in cool pines of Prescott, AZ. Friendly & caring environ
mp.com,http://www.plantationcamp.com,John Chakan," Outdoor adventure & old-fashioned fun. Non-competetive family atmosphere. Fa
troymcas.org,http://www.sussexcountyymca.org,Carolyn Koch, It captures day camp in a residential camp setting.
p://www.campchen-a-wanda.com,Jon Grabow," Coed sleepaway camp w/great facilities, heated pool, beautiful lake, structured & electiv
  l.com,http://www.jewishknoxville.org,Sarah Price," Campers grow as individuals, form long lasting friendships. Emerge as leaders, value t
://www.bishopswood.org,Georgia L Koch, Summer camp made simple. Commitment to community living skills & respect fpr self and othe
 .org,http://www.gsle.org,Allison Pastor," Beautiful Longleaf Pine Savanna, rustic setting for fun and balanced program. Site includes lake,
p://gsnetx.org,,
  org,http://www.akronymca.org,Dan Reynolds, The Akron Rotary Camp provides year round recreational programs for children and adults
 ttleymca.org,http://www.shorelineymca.org,Kari Schmauch," Tkae an adventure this summer. Each week is filled with a variety of field tr
 t.com,http://www.hollymont.com,Loren M Roper, Christian Camp in NC Mountains. Excellent facilities and beautiful setting for a variety o
g,,Capt David Childs," Activities include daily devotions, arts & crafts, archery, swimming, boating, ropes course, nature hikes, athletics, ca
 ww.campgilmont.org,Thomas Truitt," Gilmont Camp & Conference Center is the premiere camp of East Tx. Our new Crain Conference Cen
m,http://www.lomocamps.org,William Wilkins, Camp Frederick mission. Our mission is to welcome our guests into the camp community
http://www.BlueRidgeCamp.com,"Coach J.I. Montgomery/Joey & Lori, Morris & Sheila Waldman"," Blue Ridge Camp is a family operated
 k.org,http://www.campk.org,Gary Ethington, Long tradition of serving special needs campers. Nondisabled campers may also attend. Var
 http://www.ext.vt.edu/resources/4h/jamestown,Marlie Smith," In historic Williamsburg area youth have a traditional camp experience, e
  http://www.campwood.org,Kenneth Wold, Set on 630 acres of Tallgrass Prairie. Camp Wood YMCA offers year round programming inclu
  ire-al.org,http://www.campfire-al.org,Janis Barksdale, Camp Fletcher programs give youth a chance to live and share with others; discove
mpdudley.org,http://www.campdudley.org,Marnie McDonagh, On Lake Champlain 150 acres of pine forests and meadows. Quality summ
 attleymca.org,http://www.ysummercamp.org,Tom Weiss-Lehman, Full day camp program focused on teaching values to children using o
 an Camp for Southeastern Illinois.
  on.org,http://www.bethel-madison.org,Pastor Duane E Hanson," Year round environmental education, adventure and pottery programs.
@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org/drumlin,Becky Gilles," A hands-on farm and nature experience. Campers explore farm
/www.ranchcamp.org,Miriam Shwartz," Creating memories in Colorado since 1953. Horseback riding, mt. biking, outdoor heated swimmi
anch@vt.edu,http://www.holidaylake4h.com,Bryan Branch, Special 1 week shooting sport camp. Rental available to outside groups. Year
  chesterymca.org,,Adam Wallach," Bay View YMCA Summer Camp is an experience for youngsters to challenge themselves, to develop ne
  tp://www.acrod.org,Rev Michael Ellis," Scenic Christian Camp/Retreat/Conference Ctr, rolling hills of NW PA. Centralized location, easy a
 m,http://www.campkeystone.com,Larry Klein," Camp Keystone offers a dazzling array of activities, from horseback riding & go-carting to
 ww.greene.urjcamps.org,Louis J Dobin," Reform Jewish (UAHC) Full-range prog. Modern, barrier-free facilities with AC, lake, pools, sports
  org,,Joshua Kramer," Stone Camp offers innovative programming on 10 acres of wooded land. Swim lessons daily, art, sports and adventu
  m,http://www.cedarridgecamp.com,Andrew Hartmans," Building a diverse community of faith each week, inclusive of special needs. Res
 mcachgo.org,http://www.lattofymca.org,Melanie Unterfranz," A place to grow physically, spiritually & mentally. Experience success & ex
 ,http://www.pelicandaycamp.com,"Pat Hellwig, Jr"," Transportation included, indoor and outdoor pools, optional lunch available, flexible
www.windells.com,,
gomerycenter.org,http://www.montgomerycenter.org,PJ Brobston, Christian programs where youth have opportunity to experience the
  camp@centurytel.net,http://www.badgercamp.org,"Carissa Miller, CTRS", Serve children and adults with developmental disabilities. Pro
oredaycamp.com,http://www.parkshoredaycamp.com,Bob Budah," Our 47th yr. 15 wooded acres, 3 heated pools with pool slides; high r
daycamp.com,http://www.northshoredaycamp.com,Paula Rothman," Warm nurturing atmosphere. Creative & innovative program. Matu
 ://www.camptlc.com,Jay S. Jacobs, We teach children the skills of making and keeping friends while building self-esteem and self confiden
  920,mwerder@ifsa.org,http://www.ifsa.org,Kathleen Haage," IFSA Burn Camp is the setting for burn survivors to share common experien
p://www.pinetreecamp.com,Diane Dicerbo," Coed day camp, ages 3-14. Beautiful facility in Boca Raton. Friendly, warm, caring counselors
 tp://www.highmeadowscamp.org,John Milan Dovic," Farm & forest setting. Buses from Metro Atlanta. Traditional active and reflective ca
 jolla.com,Nancy Lenhart," Weight loss, Fun, Fitness & Friendships . Beautiful beach setting. Non-competitive sports. Caring, specialized sta
 hoo.com,http://www.woodmencamp.org,,
g.tamu.edu,http://texas4h-ctr.tamu.edu,Darlene Locke, Conf. & Retrt facility offering youth camping programs family reunions shcool act
  pskyline.org,http://www.campskyline.org,Christine Gannon," Skyline- It's where you belong. Located on 156 acre country site, rolling hills
m,http://www.campsrus.org,Robert Skarda," We foster social interaction and personal growth, enriching the hearts and minds of our cam
 nonia.org,Michael & Nancy O'Cain, Camp Koinonia is a place set apart for spiritual growth and character building experiences. There is mu
  r.org,http://www.campnubar.org,Jennifer Omartian, Catskill mountain setting with a spring-fed lake. Emphasizing Armenian ethnic and c
  koa.org,http://www.camptekoa.org,James S Johnson," Camp Tekoa engaged in ministry to touch hearts,change lives,share Christ's light.F
w.scfymca.org/programssummercamp.php,Michelle Head," Day camp provides safe, caring and fun environment for youth. Activities focu
  Perry, Great staff. Supportive environment encouraging girls to reach their fullest experiences and be their best.
 p://www.lightstream.net/~redoakcamp,David Roskos," Day camp, boys 7-11. Spend time at nature study center, play tennis, softball, swim
  p://www.lightstream.net/~redoakcamp,Ken Roskos," Girls day camp, 8 to 12. They play tennis, swim, canoe, fish, hike, arcnery, horse ba
 woodbrooke.org,http://www.campwoodbrooke.org,Dorothy Churchwell," Enhance self-esteem, experience caring, noncompetitive comm
 p://www.frontiercamp.org,Matt Raines," An exciting, quality, Christian camp in beautiful East Texas where your child is more than a num
 om,http://www.camplookout.com,Don Washburn, Come experience the joys of creation through exploration at Camp Lookout.
@wbymca.org,http://www.wbymca.org,,
  p://www.campwashington.org,Jean Handler," Traditional & specialty programs since 1917. Emphasis on community, teamwork, self-este
  h@ymcali.org,http://www.ymcali.org,Diane C Harvey,
 74-1502,campfire@campfireusaia.org,http://www.campfireusaia.org,Bob Reid," Day camps for school-age boys & girls. Several sites in Ce
 frontationpoint.org,http://www.ConfrontationPoint.org,Brian Reenders, Single group missions & wilderness experiences offering hands o
 ewilliamacademy.com,http://www.princewilliamacademy.com,Samia Harris," Children forge through the summer w/new & exciting them
  .org,http://www.jackierobinson.ymca.org,," The Jackie Robinson Family YMCA offers week long day camp for 12 summer weeks that incl
 2-1222,lphillips@ymcabuffaloniagara.org,http://www.ymcabuffaloniagara.org,Lindsay Phillips," Camp is tailored for fun, exploration and
 afy.com,http://www.ayf.com,Kris Light," Program focus on discovering and developing best self, balanced living, respect, responsibility. O
@fullerton.edu,http://asi.fullerton.edu/programs/campTitan.asp,Anthonyy Ragazzo Jr MA,
  @lebcity.com,http://www.recreation.lebnh.net,, Safety and fun is the #1 goal. Camp staff is 18+ and has 40+ hours of training.
p://www.cgisd.com,Rabbi David Smoller," Campers make friends and learn about Jewish culture through games and activities in a fun-fille
 eadventurecenter.org,http://www.lifeadventurecenter.org,Hillary Benjamin, Horsemanship camp with riding lessons and equine vocation
  amps.com,http://www.windridgcamps.com,Norbert Auger," Tennis, soccer, and horseback riding in Vermont's Green Mountains. Strong
  tp://www.mecgs.org/mecgs/Camping.asp,Kimberlee Harley, Traditional summer resident camp experience. Specialize in meeting the uni
  rrestel.com,http://www.forrestel.com,Mary Herbert & Justin Lloyd," Boys & girls either choose to ridge 2 1/2-5 hours daily or participate
n Harding," Partnering with local congregations to create opportunities for faith formation, spiritual growth and leadership development t
  ocucc.org,,Jeff Thompson," Partnering with local congregations to create opportunities for faith formation, spiritual growth and leadersh
  rossingcamp.com,http://www.deercrossingcamp.com,Jim Wiltens, An exciting challenging true wilderness experience in the California Hi
 gulf.org,http://www.pgscouncil.org/forms/Resident_Camp_Broc052.pdf,Briana Luers,
ountida.edu,http://www.mountida.edu,Steve D'Arcy," Day Camp offers warm atmosphere, sports activities, arts & crafts. Strong swim pro
 ://www.campallennh.org,Mary C Constance," Camp Allen provides opportunities for growth, friendship and fun for children and adults wi
 org,http://www.ptgirlscouts.org,," Biking, sailing, and ocean exploration. Emphasis on cooperation not competition. Girls don't need to be
p://www.kiwanis-ny.org/kamp,Rebecca O Lopez, A mainstream camp for all children including those with special needs. Program is non-co
  om,http://www.ymcali.org,Deborah L Santoro," Encourages campers to have fun while participating in activities that develop creativity, i
  p://www.gspv.org,Emily Bedaw, The oldest Girl Scout camp in the U.S. Located in the Berkshires on a scenic lake. Girls 2nd-12th grade are
 .org,http://www.camphazenymca.org,Danita Ballantyne," We are for youth development. Campers have fun, make friends and develop li
 mecamp.org,http://www.holidayhomecamp.org,Tim Magill, HHC is an independent not for profit camp serving at risk children and youth
 ger@princetonymca.org,http://www.princetonymca.org,Paul Zeger," Princeton Family YMCA Discovery Camps provide values-based trad
enixranch.org,http://www.phoenixranch.org,Frances Alascano," A warm, safe, and exciting environment. Explorative activities, well traine
 ymca.org,,Erin Berns," The Northwest YMCA Day Camp offers a variety of activities that include fun, friends, and adventure all summer lo
 g,http://www.alohafoundation.org,D Barnes Boffey, 87 years of building community with a camper/counselor ratio of fewer than 3:1 with
 g,http://www.diabetes.org,Lindsey Giles and Bruce Barrett, Camp teaches Diabetes care while providing recreational fun. Qualified Medic
  p://www.girlscoutsgwm.org,Sandy McCarthy," Fun, creative & varied program planned by girls & staff in small groups to build self-esteem
  e.org,http://www.gskc.org,Daisy Wilson," At Girl Scout Camp, your daughter will learn new skills that last a lifetime, make new friends an
  http://www.mechuwana.org,Norman R Thombs, Beautiful surroundings on 200 acres of land with 2 lakes. Come share in the fun as we ex
 g,http://www.gsgatl.org,cmmdirector@gsgatl.org, Two-week camp focusing on interests of adolescent girls. Helping girls grow strong insi
 g,http://www.birchrock.org,Richard Deering/Michael Mattson," Diverse noncompetitive 90 campers+staff encourage confidence, cooper
 mp.com,http://www.jefflakecamp.com,Ira Fish & Susan Rynar," Supportive & nurturing atmosphere: 300 acres including 5 heated pools, 5

 il.com,http://www.ticcamp.com,Daniel J Morais, The Washington area's premiere technology and sports day camp. Staff ratio 1:4. The ex
p://www.Bar-T.com,Brandon Childers, Offering broad range of activities for ages 4 to 16. Adventure & travel is offered to campers ages 10
 ://www.runoia.com,Pamela Cobb," Friendly camp, strong traditions. Dynamic staff. 4th generation director. Lake region, cabins, free-choi
789-5483,sdm-camp@usw.salvationarmy.org,,,
 .org,http://www.birchwoodcamp.org,Marie Sweezey," Birchwood Camp offers dynamic, faith-based camping programs for children & yo
  ww.camphickoryhill.com,Ken Luraas," Camp Hickory Hill provides recreation, emotional support & a strong educational program for child
 g,http://www.kyanags.org,Karly Beaven," Kentucky's only Girl Scout aquatic camp. Located on Kentucky Lake. Features sailing, kayaking, w
 p://www.girlscoutsalaska.org,Amanda Block," Togowoods' small community inspires girls to succeed in the arts, aquatics and outdoor ski
nap.org,http://www.campbelknap.org,Caryn & Gene Clark III," Leadership development with a rich tradition grounded in the philosophy o
  ge.org,http://www.antiochianvillage.org,V Rev Anthony G Yazge, Promotes growth & awareness of the Orthodox Christian faith.
  eauclaireymca.org,http://www.ycampmanitou.org,Carol Fahrenkrog," Camp Manitou: located on the shores of beautiful Long Lake, Chip
 oncenter.org,,Stephen Woerner," Camp emphasizing recreation, FUN, education, leadership for children with diabetes."
mpshaw.org,http://www.campshaw.org,Emily Wever," 50 yrs quality camping. Pool,adventure, nature, rec, crafts, farm, camp, garden, ca
p://www.camptowanda.com,Mitch & Stephanie Reiter," Well-rounded, all land/water activities, highly personalized, owners very involved
  www.ymcawewa.org,Rich Schellhase," Beautiful, wooded 60 acres in Central FL is home to YMCA camp with 75 yr tradition of serving you
www.crossroads4kids.org,Austin Gilliland, C5 New England at Camp Lapham is a 5 year program designed to help high-potential teens from
 ss.org,http://www.ptgirlscouts.org,Renee Doucette & Amanda Michenzi, Wooded suburban site including swimming pool. Emphasis on co
 s.org,http://www.campoceanpines.org,Chris Cameron," In the forest overlooking the ocean, our 'Ocean Adventures' summer camp is agr
 mcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org,John Cavalcante," Flushing Y Summer Camp program through a variety of recreational, educational,
@anbryce.org,http://www.campdogwood.org,Megan Rich, Exposure to positive influences make a positive impact on a child's future deve
 skelton4hcamp@vt.edu,http://www.ext.vt.edu/resources/4h/smithmt,Chris Smith," The Skelton 4H Center offers a wide variety of activit
 derness.org,http://www.farmandwilderness.org,Maddy Fox," Learn to be a wilderness adventurer on the trail, paddling a canoe, rock clim
@use.salvationarmy.org,http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_mas.nsf/vw-sublinks/14E9CA6B454BB5868025704D00528BA8
 daycamp.com,http://www.holidayhilldaycamp.com,Erik Patchkofsky, Optimum development of each child in a safe outdoor environment
 ,http://www.girlscoutseasternmass.org,Aimee Oteri, Located on West Pond in Bolton. Emphasis on cooperation not competition. Transpo
  om,http://www.kingsleypines.com,Alan Kissack," Safe Surroundings, Enriching Environment, and Friendships Forever. Kingsley Pines - it is
 mdaycamp.com,http://www.mounttomdaycamp.com,Doug Volan," Magnificent facilities close to Manhattan & Westchester. Small group
  com,http://www.wahnee.com,,

 g,http://www.fleurdeliscamp.org,Diane Foster," Est. in 1929, FDL builds on timeless traditions and provides girls with opportunities for gr
 sey@diabetes.org,http://diabetes.org,Suzanne Apsey, Campers meet other children or teens with diabetes. Learn about diabetes while e
mp@aol.com,http://www.nemusiccamp.com,Davis Wiggin," Exceptional musical training by professional staff, weekly performances, wate
 aine.edu,http://extension.umaine.edu/tanglewood,Jessica Decke," UMaine's program at Tanglewood 4-H Camp is a community where la
essenden.org,http://www.fessenden.org/summer,Peter Sanderson," Acclaimed all around program, specializing in the arts, sports, and sw
http://www.projectmorry.org,Luke Jones, A year-round youth development organization that provides at-risk youth with up to seven year
 w.campavoda.org,Ken Shipman," Non-religious Jewish boys camp with a caring mature warm supportive staff. Trad. all around prog, vario
 nfo@lohikan.com,http://www.lohikan.com,"Mark Buynak, Sandy Buynak, Joe Clinton"," All arts, sports, & adventure. Professional instruc
er.net,http://www.roaringbrookcamp.com,Drs Thayer & Candice Raines," Outdoor adventure: survival, orienteering, fitness, fishing, black
melwood.org,,Jonathon Rondeau, Located on 108 acres in Nanjemay MD. Modern air-conditioned/heated lodges. Facilities can accomoda
ps.org,http://www.cohencamps.org,Ellen Felcher, Safe environment where girls develop self confidence and make lifelong friends. Heated
 eCtr.org,http://www.TheBridgeCtr.org,Chris McMatton," The Bridge Center Summer Camps provide traditional camp activities with appro
 odmen.org,,Amanda Neely, Eligibility to Woodmen Insurance policy holders only.
 com,http://www.HiddenPinesRanch.com,Gregg Ellingson, Hidden Pines Ranch is a Christian summer day camp offering a variety of outdo
 m,http://www.talismancamps.com,Linda Tatsapaugh," Outdoor adventure program for kids with ADHD, Asperger's, syndrome. Focus on
  ancer.org,,Robby Medina, A summer camping experience for cancer patients & their siblings ages 4-18. Camp is free of charge to San Die
 /www.campoatka.com,Bill Southwick, O-AT-KA offers limitless opportunities for boys to develop their abilities.Emphasis on building chara
mputercamps.com,http://www.computercamps.com,Allison Fitzgerald," 'Where Technology Meets Traditional Camps.' GA,IL,MA, & PA. G
uthranches.org,http://www.youthranches.org,Jennifer Shepherd, Camps purpose is to provide a wholesome atmosphere & positive camp
  t.org,Robert Brockman," Bauercrest builds well-rounded boys through sportsmanship, teamwork, responsibility, and achievement."
  /www.adventurelanddaycamp.com,Alexander DeVicaris," Adventureland's experienced educators lead an innovative outdoor adventure
dsofpeace.org,http://www.seedsofpeace.org,Leslie Lewin, Seeds of Peace equips the next generation with the leadership capabilities requ
breezypoints.com,Bill Wright Jr," For over 50 years our professionally run camp on 85 acres has provided parents with peace of mind, kids
 p.com,http://www.briarwood-camp.com,Mike Green," Beautifully secluded Briarwoods 30 acres feature open fields, 3 swimming pools, a
  ttp://www.girlscoutsofmaine.org,,
  onoplateau.org,http://www.poconoplateau.org,Rev Ron Schane," Beautiful 750 acres in Pocono Mts. Christian camp offering 1 week & 1
  tp://www.summitcamp.com,Eugene Bell," Summit offers a program of therapeutic recreation to boys and girls classified as having ADD, A
  ttp://www.weequahic.com,Cole & Katie Kelly,
  ttp://www.lakegreeley.com,Matt Buynak," We specialize in first-time campers, 60+ different activities. Fun, caring, nurturing environmen
  /www.cancer.org,Tom Prader (wk 1) Stephanie Cole (wk 2), Camp Can-Do believes that children with cancer can benefit from sharing a 'n
 mclub.com,,Patrice Agger," Day camp w/fun & caring counselors. Many hands on activities in a warm environment. Socialization & teamw
 tp://www.ci.newark.nj.us/residents/places_activities/recreationcul,Valerie James CCD," On pristine Pequannock watershed providing New
  p://www.jayceescamp.org,Dawn Hickman Site: Ronny & Paula Petty," Lake front setting, log dorms, special design for mental & physical
 /www.diabetes.org/adacamphendon,Erin Crosby," To provide a fun, medically safe camping experience for children with diabetes while t
  //www.campyi.org,Kim Hutchison," Building leaders for tomorrow since 1945. Traditional summer camp on Percy Priest Lake in Rutherfo
mas.org,http://www.vacamas.org,Linda Fishelman," 253 acre Majestic Mountain top estate. Beautiful private lake, woodlands, modern ca
  3338,brian@campronaldmcdonald.org,http://www.campronaldmcdonald.org,Brian Crater," Cost free, medically supervised, year-round
  ke@aol.com,http://www.islandlake.com,Stoltz Family," Individualized program in family-oriented setting, all sports, circus, theater, scien
 om,http://www.hhdc.com,Herb Tannenbaum, Premier day camp. Outstanding age appropriate programs emphasizing personal growth an
hodia.com,Don Scott," Sawtooth Mountains, loads of fun, friendship, one camp for teens, one for school age. Learn to live with diabetes."
  /www.lakewood.org/camppaha,Mark Snow," Day camp for children & young adults with disabilities. 1:4 staff to camper ratio. Activities i
  //www.questinc.org,Robert Cage," Camp Thunderbird serves campers w/varying abilities of all ages. Located on state property in the grea
  ess.org,http://www.farmandwilderness.org,Andrea Breen," Kids love learning new skills and discovering new strengths through gardening
od@niccamp.org,http://www.niccamp.org,Eric Hoffman," Outdoor and Retreat Ministry strives to nurture disciples for Jesus Christ throug
 therisingson.com,http://www.campoftherisingson.com,Step Morgan, A protective environment + caring role models + creative learning e
 nlightcamp.org,http://www.sonlightcamp.org,Winston and Mary Marugg," Our goal is to build self-esteem, create community, develop re
  n@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org,Paul Crawford," We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities."
 g,http://www.akcenter.org,Thomas Burek, Environmental adventure programs/emphasize interactive enjoyable hands on outdoor experi
 ://www.willowlakedaycamp.com,Wendy Saiff, Mature staff encourages cooperation & building of confidence and self esteem. Beautiful m
  atie Miller," Mountain setting w/ all the comforts of home. Sports, hiking, team building, art programs, first time & general camping"
 autismsociety-nc.org,http://www.camproyall.org,Sara Gage," ASNC Summer Camp gives campers a structured day of typical camp activiti
  g,http://www.summer.harker.org,Kelly Espinosa," Qualified staff & beautiful facility morning academic program, afternoon sports recrea
com,http://www.campbrynmawr.com,Jane & Dan Kagan," Traditional, spirited & highly structured environment. Special attention given t
mancountry.com,http://www.colemanfamilycamps.com,Ross Coleman," Discover the spirit: Build courage, self-esteem, cooperation & res
  www.lomik.org,David Deckard, Lutheran Hills is owned and operated by Lutheran Outdoor Ministries Indiana Kentucky Incorporated.
 tp://www.newliferanch.com,David Jaquess, Focus is on Christian growth in relationships. 53 years of outstanding camps for kids & familie
 fjeani28@aol.com,,Ann Matheny,
 fire@sbcglobal.net,http://www.campfiresdi.org,Co: Katie Zolezzi Co:Julie Petty," A Unique outdoor adventure for kids in the middle of a la
 on@highharbour.org,http://www.ymcaatlanta.org,Ken O Kelley," Premier mountain and lakeside camp, providing a fun, safe, quality outd
ationarmy.org,http://www.campheartohills.org,Jeff Middleton,
  v.org,,Doreen Hassan," Age-segmented program. Extended hours. Weekly themes, field trips, overnights, sports & specialty camps."
mcasv.org,http://www.ymcasv.org,Michelle Lennox," Campers thrive in noncompetitive, caring atmosphere. Opportunities to build self-es
nby@edifymin.org,http://www.CampCedarbrookFL.org,Jane Fenby, Nondenominational Christ-centered outdoor program building relatio
 sgateny.org,http://www.aldersgateny.org,Deborah Townsend," Chirstian Andirondack summer camp and seasonal retreats for teens, adu
ww.wildernesscamp.org,Mark Swartley, Using Wilderness Adventures to point young persons towards Christ. Carefully chosen staff model
undcamp@gmail.com,http://www.upwardboundcamp.org,Jerry & Laura Pierce," Highly trained committed staff serve persons w/disabilit
 p://www.campcherokee.org,Chet Tucker," Camp Cherokee provides individuals the opportunities to reach their potential by building self

 wportymca.org,http://www.newportymca.org,,
rg,Pat Martchink," Camp for Boy Scouts & Venturers. Located in the Missouri Ozarks, 5200 acres with a 270 acre lake."
 tp://www.campmtcrags.com,Don Mowery, Christian camp. Located in the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains. Offer traditional camping w
 -ranch.com,http://www.prude-ranch.com,Kelly Prude Boultinghouse," Prude Ranch has offered a true Southwest camping exp. since 195
orldpath.net,http://www.wlcamp.org,Nat Crane," A balanced program, William Lawrence offers fun, adventure and growth in a caring, su
ww.campwigwam.com,Robert W Strauss," In the foothills of White Mountains, very personalized, emphasis on golf, tennis & outstanding
 co.com,David Fleischner," The skills, values, friendships & memories that make traditional camping a special experience."
et,http://www.campherrlich.org,Bob & Wendy Gentile," Opportunities for education, inspiration & recreation. The treasure of a life time.
 irylouise.org,Alicia Berlin," Camp Louise is part of the only brother/sister camps for Jewish children! We offer overnight experiences for 2
w.okizu.org,Suzanne Randall, A special place for children with cancer and their siblings. Family weekends
 outh.net,http://www.glcb.org,Kristen Picus,
ceton.edu,http://www.princeton.edu/princetonblairstown,Wardell Robinson-Moore," The Princeton-Blairstown Center, through its adven
 ycamp@brooksschool.org,http://summer.brooksschool.org,Robertal L Crump-Burbank, Traditional day camp offering a variety of activitie
ampmataponi.com,http://www.campmataponi.com,Dan & Marcy Isdaner, Traditional high spirited warm focuses on self-esteem You don
erlake.com,http://www.camptimberlake.com,Adam Boyd," Outstanding staff & traditional Christian camp setting, brother camp to Merri
p://www.tatescamp.com,Chris Strevel," Inspired staff creates totally safe and caring environment. Beautiful 50 acre landscape, 3 pools, ex
http://www.girlscoutsjs.org/amity,Linda Burkhardt," Traditional program plus weekly themes, choice of activities, outstanding trained sta
mps@hofstra.edu,http://hofstra.edu/camp,Terence Ryan or Fran Bruscino," Hofstra University is unique with a broad spectrum of summe
p://www.supercamp.com,Bobbi DePorter," 9 school campuses across the U.S., SuperCamp is the leading learning and life skills summer c
net,http://www.ffacamp.com,Todd Davis," Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum-Teaching, Serving, Growing since 1942."
 www.campjordan.org,Jim Bentley," Traditional YMCA program. Teen leadership & adventure trips, building self-esteem, honesty, caring,
 woodmen.com,http://www.woodmen.com,Beth Morton, Beautiful wooded area in Choctaw County. Limited to Woodmen of the World L

  ertson@woodmen.org,,Norm Love, A fraternal benefit for North Alabama Woodmen of the World members.
gim@woodmen.com,http://www.woodmen.com,Doug Fullingim," All camp activities should be fun, safe, and educational. We focus on th
r@woodmen.org,,Keith Reaves, Camp is located on a beautiful island. Emphasis placed on confidence-building and self-esteem. Outstand
amar Harvey, Camp offers fun filled activities for Woodmen Youth ages 8 through 15.
 com,http://www.woodmen.com,Sheri Anderson, Come join us for lots of fun. New friends and fantastic activities. Let us help you create
 .org,,William Bailey, Open to Woodmen Of the World members only.
 amps.org,http://www.athensycamps.org,Harmon Tison," AYC was established on faith in Jesus Christ, the true rock, 100 yr old camp that
 com,http://www.campsummertime.com,Jennifer or Mark Greenblatt, A traditional day camp offering door to door transportation. Locat
o.com,http://www.camphorizons.com,Alan Pressman, Campers select their entire schedule. Giving children the opportunity to experience
 .org,http://ecke.ymca.org,,
c.org,http://www.mhkc.org,Kristy Lory, For children & adults with disabilities. 1:1 counselor/camper ratio. Counselors are univ students. S
 ,http://www.trinityctr.com,Penn Perry," Christian based program, Atlantic Ocean Island. Beautiful setting. Offering community for spiritu
amp.com,http://www.ramapocamp.com,Mike Kulchin,
om,http://www.susquehannock.com,John & Heather Pufky," Traditional camp that offers a variety of outdoor activities, including individu
ww.camphertkohollow.com,Vivian Murray, Our mission is to provide a quality educational and recreational experience at camp for youth
http://camppalmer.org/home/index.php?section=1,Bill Goodson," A unique opportunity where you provide the schedule, counselors, cam
 Stembridge," Building self-esteem, self confidence, and responsibility one camper at a time. It's not just a camp, it's a production."
gecenter.org,http://www.couragecamps.org,Tom Fogarty, Focus on ability not disability. Opportunities for personal growth and leadershi
niaparkclub.com,Fred Rigger," Fun weekly themes. 30 country acres min from I83 N. Weekly & daily 7 am - 6 pm options. Extended care in
mp.com,http://www.soundviewcamp.com,David Clark, 105 acres located on beautiful Puget Sound. Faith based programs with one of the
m,,Michael C Henkel, Year-round residential and weekend programs for youth at risk. We specialize in substance abuse treatment and beh
 com,http://www.mountaincamp.com,Scott Whipple," High Sierra adventure, educational, life experience. Beautiful lakeside mountain se
 anyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org,Pam Navarro and Jacqueline Misla," Traditional day camps offer campers a variety of camp activities t

 mont.com,http://www.campwoodmont.com,Tyran Bennett," Beautiful Lookout Mtn. NW GA. 1-2 Weeks. Caring counselors & warm Chris
p://www.holtinternational.org/camp,Steve Kalb," We offer a fun, safe, and supportive environment where international and transracial ad
 rg,http://www.campmountluther.org,Chad Hershberger," Intentional Christian community, 400 acres mountain setting. Place for worship
 smc.org,http://www.CampMITIOG.org,Gary Libeer, For children with spina bifida. One to one camper/counselor ratio. Twenty-four hour n
@losd.org,http://www.losd.org,Molly Sasser-Goehner," Mtn. Western ranch setting. Comfortable for families, children. Simple living & ou
  ,http://www.cycamp.org,Natalie King," All are welcome to 'Share the Spirit' at CYC on Big Sandy Lake in northern Minnesota. Traditional c
  maine.com,http://www.campnorthstarmaine.com,Sue Goldberg," Excellent program & superior staff make North Star an ideal summer c
 rg,http://www.cancer.org/camprainbow,Kathleen Wilson," Camp Catch-A-Rainbow offers a week of fun for kids with cancer. This free pro
 ww.texaselks.org,Jennifer Anderson," Safe, fun, free camp serving only-Texas children with special needs-in a therapeutic recreation settin
 m.org,Pam Grubaugh," Beautiful, wooded Girl Scout camp, lower peninsula of Michigan. Private lake. Family weekends. Non Girl Scouts w
 org,http://www.waycrosscenter.org,Van Beers," Waycross Episcopal camp provides an opportunity for campers to discover and grow in t
g,http://www.campwinnarainbow.org,Wavy Gravy & Jahanara Romney," N. California's Circus & Performing Arts Camp. Dance, gymnastic
 ationalmusiccamp.com,http://www.internationalmusiccamp.com,Timothy J Wollenzien, Seven one=week sessions provide over 35 differe
  ,http://www.heartcamp.com,Susannah Craig," 2 week resident cardiac rehab camp located in South LA for children with congenital or acq
  tp://www.ymcanyc.org/westside,Toni Turnbull, Preschool thru young teen participate in developmentally appropriate program with opp
  www.camphobekids.org,Christina Beckwith," A camping experience for children with cancer and their siblings that allows them to run, sw
woodmen.org,,Roger Mervine,
  e.ga.us,http://www.sandycreeknaturecenter.com,," Focus: environmental education, natural science, land-based recreation & outdoor s
olina@woodmen.com,http://www.woodmen.com,Cindy Atkinson," Woodmen camp strives to provide an enriching experience for young
 @campliveoakfl.com,http://www.campliveoakfl.com,Ken Evans, 180 acres on Ft Lauderdale Beach. Environmental hands on science prog
 dersgateretreat.org,http://www.aldersgateretreat.org,Bill Damerell," Retreat Center for adult groups meeting rooms. Full meal service fro
  very.com,http://www.campdiscovery.com,," Fun while gaining skills & self-esteem. Safe, supportive environment emphasizes:swimming,
  oleinthewallgang.org,http://www.holeinthewallgang.org,"Matthew Cook, MSW"," Providing a normal camp experience for children with
   Ransom," Located in Pine Barrens. All girl's camp offers archery, arts, swimming and fun! Leadership adventures for girls to discover, con
 ellaire Day Camps provide quality opportunities and experiences not found at school, church,or home."
 g,http://www.gretnaglen.org,Apryl Miller," Christian program in small groups. Beautiful woodland setting with swimming, archery,boating
  area.org,http://www.girlscoutsbayarea.org,," Friendly mountain camp, Horseback riding, crafts, camping, skills, swimming, and pioneer c
mbiaAssociation.com,http://www.columbiaassociation.com,Charlie Thomas," Our top priority is children & we specialize in fun. Variety of
 r.org,http://www.campmagruder.org,Steve Rumage," Enjoy Christian hospitality, outdoor recreation and nature discovery on the North O
 .org,http://www.bchcenter.org,," Outstanding Christian camp with great new facilities, strong program, and great staff."
ww.gssjc.org,Kimberly Rose," Camp Misty Meadows is a well rounded Girl Scout camp with a focus on horseback riding, swimming, sports,
 g,http://www.scwmu.org,Cindy Chandler Skelton, Program enables campers to learn and participate in Southern Baptist mission efforts in
 n.org,http://www.girlscoutssevenlakes.org,Kaitlyn D DeRue, Great program for younger girls & first time campers. Specialized older girl pr
 meadowbrookdaycamp.com,http://www.meadowbrookdaycamp.com,Roz & Jed Buck," MCDC gives children the opportunity to try new a
  ntaincampwoodside.com,http://www.mountaincampwoodside.com,Jim Politis," Traditional Day & Resident camp located in Portola Valle
w.campwestmont.com,Moskowitz Family, Spirit Tradition Instruction Fun & tournament play. Structured & choice program. Compu-nature
  @lbymca.org,http://www.lbymca.org,Deborah Zampa," At the Weingart-Lakewood Family YMCA, we offer quality day camp programs w
mca.org,,Jeremy Echnoz," Develop positive values, make new friends. Learn new skills, have fun & feel good about yourself, the YMCA way
 ling@lbymca.org,http://www.lbymca.org/facilities/fairfield/daycamp.aspx,B.T. Tuggle, YMCA day camping for children entering grades K-
http://www.seattleoyyam.org,Megan Raymond," Children discover a sense of self, an appreciation of others & nature. See all these as a re
  sa.org,http://www.campfire-usa.org,Karen Aoyama," Week long day camps in outdoor settings. Small groups, trained volunteer staff, nat
 p@verizon.net,http://www.thesummercamp.org,Tracy St Onge-May, Campers are selected by social service agencies and school.
 limited.org,http://www.recreationunlimited.org,Paul Huttlin & Chris Link, Serving individuals with disabilitiess through sports recreation &
  camp.com,http://www.springlakedaycamp.com,," Spring Lake Day Camp offers a well-rounded program including sports, arts and perfor
  erimpress@aol.com,http://www.summerimpressions.com,Libby & Art White," Specialty camp with professional instructors,heated pools
mcali.org,http://ymcali.org/gcy/daycamps.html,Peter Foster,
org,http://www.miyjcc.org,Joshua Henkel," Camp through sports, games, crafts and activities emphasizes caring sharing & respect with old
 olulu.org,http://www.camperdman.net,Josh Heimowitz, Beautiful camp setting between ocean & mountain on Oahu's North Shore. Camp
 http://www.ymcanyc.org,Christine Inniss," YMCA day camp offering swimming, arts/crafts, nature, sports instruction, focusing on charact
  ome.org,http://www.foresthome.org,Stan White, Escape to one of 6 unique camps - from rustic to deluxe. Nestled in a scenic canyon of
 ttp://www.campchallenge.org,Cathy Allain, A bright light in summer till a cure for cancer is found.
 htacres.org,http://www.albrechtacres.org,Deb Rahe, Recreational camp for children and adults with disabilities offering traditional campi
amp@iaumc.org,http://www.picturedrocks.org,David Bracht-Wagner," Variety of programs for all ages. Music, archery, rock climbing, go-
 m,http://www.redwillowbiblecamp.org,Denny & Becky Goetz, We exist to strengthen and serve the Church in its gospel mission and minis
 ds.com,http://www.campuskids.com,Tom Riddleberger, Mon-Fri sleep-away camp; home on the weekends; transportation provided. Cam
 /www.gsri.org,Amber Fearn," Situated on 170 acres, this girl scout camp provides programs such as swimming, nature, sailing, horseback
ww.gscsnj.org,," All girl camp, in Medford NJ, offers arts & crafts, archery, swimming, canoeing, and nature-based activities. Leadership ad
 oinoniany.org,http://www.koinoniany.org,Steve Lee, 1200 ac. of beautiful wilderness with mountain lakes. Great activities with a focus o
 rg,http://www.seattleoyyam.org,Jamie Fredrickson," Children discover a sense of self, and appreciation of others & nature. See all these w
 enters.org,http://www.chicagoyouthcenters.org,Judith Stanton," To provide the highest quality camping experience to children and yout
 e.net,http://www.rosmarinsdaycamp.com,Scott Rosmarin," Well-established family run day camp. Extensive, expanding summer program
  rg,http://www.easterseals-sepa.org,Katherine Tobias, Specialized Day Camp serving children from Montgomery County. Transportation a
  ter.org,http://www.campsisol.org,Daniel N. Irving," Camp Sisol offers a wide variety of experiences in a noncompetitive, yet challenging e
  enango.org,http://www.capnwp.org,Glenn Oswald, 640 wooded acres with mountain creek. General youth camps and family/adult retre
 .org,http://www.gscoc.org,Elizabeth Frederick," Located in the High Desert outside Palm Springs. Cabins, lodge, 2 lakes, pool & tents nest
  rg,,Heidi Vose," Rustic setting with western pleasure horeseback riding,photographer,woodworking,hiking,cabins,tents,cookouts,primitiv
  ww.kamaji.com,Mike & Kathy Jay," Because Kamaji values childhood simply for what it is, its campers grow up one day at a time in a stru
@ucdavis.edu,,,
eycamp.com,http://www.hiddenvalleycamp.com,Meg & Peter Kassen," 60 years of renowned programs in fine arts, performing arts & cha
 ttp://www.donleecenter.org,"Rev. John A Farmer, CCD"," Small group camping, open to all.Building strong communities in the UMC tradi
nt.com,http://www.campkingsmont.com,Meghan Roman,
  ttp://www.shirevillage.org,Andrew Williamson & Abigail Levine, Non-competitive and inter-racial camp that encourages humanistic value
  daycamp.com,http://www.pinegrovedaycamp.com,Gary Maser," Pine Grove Day Camp creates those fresh & original experineces, produ
 6386,fairviewlake@metroymcas.org,http://www.fairviewlakeymca.org,Marc Koch, We encourage campers to try new things and make ne
 aks.org,http://www.talloaks.org,Sharon Bracken," Primarily hosting site with supplemental challenge course and equestrian programming
 ://www.campwanake.org,Julie Lautt," Christian camping with a wide variety of programs including performing arts, sport, high adventure
 u.edu,http://www.bjpenn4h.org,Kyle Shillinlaw, Traditional summer camp programs that allow campers to experience a diverse number o
 w.uccr.org,Jeff Clark," We welcome non-proffit groups to Camp Lodestar to Camp Lodestar to coordinate their own program with full sup
@campjburg.org,http://www.campjburg.org,Kurt Oelschlager, We aim to enhance camper self-image through a non-competitive program
m,http://www.longlakecamp.com,Marc & Susan Katz, Rich full program culminating in performances. Campers choose from performing/ f
  erfarmandranch.com,http://www.blackriverfarmandranch.com,Katy Scott," Girls just wanna have Fun. Our all girl program lends to incre
 mps.com,http://www.catalinaislandcamps.com,Tom & Maria Horner, Catalina Island Camps provides unique opportunities for campers to
  tx.org,," Camp Kachina gives girls the opportunity to work with others, discover their independence & develop their self-esteem."
  ,http://www.campburton.com,Kathleen Hendrickson, Burton is a resident camp with waterfront on Puget Sound. We specialize in religio
 " Christ centered, adventure filled fun."
  http://www.comgirlscouts.org,,
 rg,http://www.campcosby.org,Wheaton Griffin," Large variety of programs on beautiful lakeside setting. Top quality staff focused on YMC
  /www.kennybrook.com,Howard Landman," A place to have fun and grow in a caring structured environment. Many activities, excellent in
org,http://www.girlscoutsem.org,," A great adventure in three days of camp. Splash in the pool, paddle in the lake, make new friends, and
 ampchestnutridge.org,Rhonda Parker," Christian community in the great outdoors. Committed to hospitality, responsible care for the ear
 http://www.concordialanguagevillages.org,Christine Schulze," Concordia Language Villages offers culture & language immersion in 15 lan
 tionarmy.org,http://www.hoblitzelle.com,John Horton," Our goal is to provide quality services and clean facilities in a Christian setting, an
p://www.campmarist.org,Mr Vincent Gschlecht," 300 acres in the White Mtns. Outstanding staff. 1:3 ratio, select your own schedule from
 lisson.org,http://www.glisson.org,C. Russell Davis," Experiential Christian education that utilizes the building of community and the natur
ers@bccymca.org,http://www.bccymca.org,Shannon Donovan-Monti, Traditional program for girls. Focus on individual growth in a small g
 nt.com,http://www.campmarymount.com,Tommy Hagey, Individual care and personal interest in every child.
 @campsgi.com,http://www.campsgi.com,Rabbi Yossi Rapoport/Rabbi Sender," Day camp offering exciting trips and activities. Emphasizes
  l.com,http://www.campwesleywoods.com,David Leach," Small group Christian living in the Smoky Mountains. Noncompetitive, caring at
 ampbaco.com,http://www.campbaco.com,The Wortman Family, Camps Baco and Che-Na-Wah - camp at its purest. Two separate camps
ampls.org,,Nate Monahan, We provide safe & exciting adventures in a variety of traditional & specialty camps based in a wilderness settin
 857,dave@pccci.org,http://www.pccci.org,Dave Davis," 22 acres of pine forest on Big Bear Lake. Open year round for all groups of 18 to 1
 rg,http://www.synod.org,,
  ,http://www.campaldersgate.com,Jennifer Carpenter," Aldersgate offers fun, affordable, spiritual programs in a natural setting for over 6
  ://www.adventurelinks.net,Happy Olmstead," Embracing the philosophies of experiential education, adventure links brings learning to lif
  http://www.farmandwilderness.org,Pete Bettman-Kerson," Remote boys' camp that honors rustic living skills, strong community, respect
 arbrook@comcast.net,http://www.cascadecampcedarbrook.org,"Rod Epps, Judy Elbert"," Fun: water & target sports, arts & camp skills +
  amp.org,http://www.presbycamp.org,Ann Ditsworth," Christian emphasis. Facility on lake. Music, performance, nature, low challenge co
  rtland.org,http://www.campcollins.org,Willard Burks," Program designed to emphasize progressive, values based learning utilizing adven
ww.campkiwi.com,,
w.jccgw.org,"Sara Portman Milner, LCSW-C"," Convenient location, Jewish values, general & spec prog; teen trips & CITs. Onsite pool. Grea
  u-kohahna.org,http://www.leelanau-kohahna.org,Weldon Rutledge, Camps for children attending the Christian Science Sunday School.
@windingtrails.org,http://www.windingtrails.org,Keith Garbart," Camp offers warm supportive atmosphere for children; outstanding staf
 http://www.capnwp.org,, 1500' Lake Erie beach. Special sports & music camps. Extensive family camp programs serving newborns thru se
  odwillmass.org,http://www.goodwillmass.org,Matt Lowe," Fresh Air Camp provides an opportunity for inner city children to attend camp
 trail.org,http://www.rainbowtrail.org,David K Jarvis," Located in the Southern Rockies of Colorado. Christian backpacking, hiking, Bible stu
  Carmella Malkin-Kuhn,
  utsherssportsacademy.com,http://www.kutsherssportsacademy.com,Marc White," Elective instructional progs taught by quality coaches
  ,http://www.campcedarglen.org,Cory Jones, Camper's enjoy hiking and a variety of recreational activities. Serving groups 15 to 148. Enjo
 amps.org,http://www.calpaccamps.org,Chris Kasten, This is the last remaining trail camp from the great hiking era. Hike 4 miles up the bi
 ecca Foss," Fun, creative and varied program planned by girls & staff in small groups to build self-esteem & sense of community"
 org,http://www.clevejcc.org,Ari Golub," Fun, friends, sports, swimming, music, art and more. Fabulous country and city sites. Open to eve
 rens.shtml,Jenn Cook," A safe, totally experiential, rustic outdoor experience for girls to grow into strong young women."
 jmid.org,http://www.cyjmid.org,Noah Gallagher, Camp with staff:camper ratio of 1:3. Program varied with sports & culture. Emphasis on
 kids.com,http://www.ivyleaguekids.com,Linda Kaplan/Noah Cooper/Nancy Mare," Let us provide your child with a summer of fun, friend
  kare.org,Pat Taylor," Great location, great facility, great food, great staff."
www.gswestok.org,Amanda Eskelson, Girl Scout program in camp. Non-scouts welcome
asternmass.org,http://www.girlscoutseasternmass.org,Meghan Schafer," Girl Scouts builds girls of confidence, courage, and character wh
 ,,Daniel Armanino," Spiritual growth, leadership development & an experience of Christian living through a rugged & rustic camping progr
 odin.com,Howard Salzberg," Oldest Jewish camp in New England. Nurturing noncompetitive environment. Over 60 program options. War
  ca.org,http://www.campcory.org,Michele Rowcliffe," Have the time of your life on beautiful Keuka Lake. A wonderful experience for first
 ca.org,http://www.campgorham.org,Anne Thornton," Camp Gorham is located in the Adirondack Mountains. We offer a traditional resid
esterymca.org,http://www.ymcacamparrowhead.org,Mike Reed, Traditional Day Camp in a 55 acre setting. Ropes elements and a new ou
  symca.org,http://www.ssymca.org,Rachel Grostern & Asa Gallagher," Located on beautiful Cape Cod. We build skills, confidence & coope
 http://www.campwinnekeag.com,Pedro Perez," Lake setting with Christian emphasis. A noncompetitive, caring atmosphere with opportu
  @starband.net,http://www.whippoorwill.com,Shanelle Lambert," Day campers explore creeks, wooded hills and experience the wonders
 ure@scouting.org,,Vic Enchelmayer," Nationally recognized riflery program plus mountain bikes, climbing, rappelling."
ddenvilla.org,http://www.hiddenvilla.org,Nikki Bryant, We develop young leaders committed to social and environmental justice and equi
m,http://www.campmokuleia.com,David Turner," Whether you need a retreat for your corporate event, church conference, family gather
 dation.org,,, Camp for economically disadvantaged Maine children. Leadership development and social skill building. Traditional summer
 et,http://www.christiancamps.net,Bob Strodel, Christian camping for those with a taste for innovation and excellence. Over 300 acres on
 org,http://www.canoeisland.org,Connie Jones," Speak French while swimming, kayaking, sailing, cooking and participating in art, theater
ham@sfah.org,http://www.sfah.org,David Billingham," We focus on socialization, fun and learning skills for independence in a close caring
m4h@earthlink.net,http://www.4hcampct.org,Heather Logee, Camper-centered staff: strong environmental commitment; variety of cam
p://www.farwell.com,Charyl & Bob Hanson," Warm, nurturing environment. Lakeside setting. Outstanding riding program for all abilities.
 g,http://www.campatwater.org,Shadae Thomas," Afro-centric setting. Focusing on leadership development, recreation education and cu
 an@ymcaboston.org,http://www.bostonycamps.org,Liz Young and Tim Spinney," Breathtaking Lake Winnipesqukee site. Character deve
ncan Deas," Residential camp for inner city children. Offering swimming, arts&craft, cookouts, basketball, baseball hiking outdoors."
,http://www.campletts.org,Matt Garcia," Co-ed residential YMCA camp on the Chesapeake Bay near Annapolis, MD, offering horse progra
mps.org,http://www.njycamps.org,Leonard M Robinson," Top rated overnight camp serving the Jewish Community since 1920. Outstandi
 camps.org,http://www.njycamps.org,Leonard M Robinson, Our special needs camp and girls and coed orthodox camps provide the finest
 om,http://www.campsenecalake.com,Aaron Cantor," Warm,nurturing staff. Celebrate Jewish identity. Beautiful lake front setting with sk
http://www.campcarysbrook.com,Kathy Baker," Experience a summer to remember at Virginia's oldest camp for girls. Traditional program
mp.com,http://www.bannerdaycamp.com,"Schwartz Family: Allen, Helen, Brad and Stacy", It's more than just FUN. Banner focuses on de
p://www.annarborymca.org,Sarah Kurtz," Camp Al-Gon-Quian is the Ann Arbor YMCA's residential camp. Offering traditional camp progra

//www.amnicon.org,Alana Butler, Trip Camp. High Adventure. Serving the Lutheran Church & greater community with canoe & backpack t
/www.taumsauk.com,Nick Smith, Dedicated to creating positive lasting impressions. Strong concern for safety & individual attention. Fam
ockies.org,http://www.campchiefouray.org,Marty Ferguson," Traditional camp programs to help children grow in spirit,mind & body.Loca
 ww.cedarbrooktexas.com,Shirley Jamieson, Christ-centered camping. Relationship building with peers and staff. Skill building opportuniti
easterseals.com,http://www.wa.easterseals.com,Ellen Stone, Accessible program on Puget Sound. Outstanding camper-staff ratio. Experie
 -8882,maryiseverywhere@hotmail.com,http://www.LazyJRanchCamp.com,Mary Martin," Visit our 140-acre Malibu. CA Ranch Camp. Kid
 /www.crosstrails.org,Christina Nutter, Ebert Ranch focuses on building Christian community through camper directed programming and
p://www.camprainbowgold.org,Elizabeth Lizberg," Camp Rainbow Gold offers camping experiences each summer and other events during
http://www.oakknoll.org,Dawn Cullinan," Day Camp for age 3-11. Sports, Performing Arts and Travel Camps for ages 8-14. Certified teache
 rris.org,http://www.southeasterndiabetes.org,Terry Ackley, A wide variety of recreational activities offered during weekly sessions. Diabe
 campmicah.com,Mark H Lipof," Jewish coed, overnight camp built in 2001. located in Bridgton, ME. Offering a full range of activities. Cha
dheim@ymcasouthcoast.org,http://www.ymcasouthcoast.org,Derek Heim," Our 60 acre field, forest, wetland site is a beautiful place to s
 axine Hebert," Our YMCA offers daily swim lessons, a climbing tower, basketball, and sports programming."
 ://www.lutherpark.com,Anna Klevgard," Nestled by a beautiful spring-fed lake in the Northwoods, Luther Park offers Christ-centered, Bib
org,,Jennifer Tschida," Girls attending our camps will receive a safe hands on experience including campfires, songs, games, shopping at th
 m,http://www.campskyline.com,Sally Johnson," Founded in 1947 on the principles of Christian leadership,Skyline continues traditions in
 3864,stonybrook@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org/stonybrook,Marla Cohen," Campers discover nature's beauty & com
 oo.com,http://www.campmarshall.org,Jeanne Cassavant, Traditional camp. Noncompetitive environment for youth development.
 imber-lee.com,http://www.timber-lee.com,Tom Parsons," Year-round, including 8 weeks of summer camp grades one through twelve, o
 srsrc.com,http://www.srsrc.com,," The SRSRC camp programs are dedicated to improving participant's quality of life & helping children re
ch.org,http://www.doublehranch.org,Jacqui Brown," Located in the Adirondack Mtns. Offering hope & adventure to 1000 critically ill child
p://www.noblesdaycamp.org,Emily Parker, Multi-specialty camp. Children choose activities daily. Swim program. Noncompetitive atmosp
 sleywoods1955@hotmail.com,http://www.niccamp.org,Jeffrey E. Fry, Wesley Woods provides a beautiful setting in which resident camp
p://www.campmikell.com,Ken Struble," An Episcopal church camp in the woods, open to all, offering Christian education, adventure and

mcap-renzi@ncscweb.org,http://www.ncscweb.org,Megan Cap-Renzi," At the beautiful 1,100-acre Hale Reservation, our exceptional cam
www.camplakota.com,Carol Hager," Traditional structure, high variety of activities, top facilities, caring environment 'We love it so much
http://www.hohcamp.com,C Jane Ragsdale," Nurturing and guiding girls in unique environment while offering substantial benefits of myri
 /www.maplewoodschool.com,Joseph Holden,
 walcamp.org,http://www.walcamp.org,Deon Hull," Providing opportunities to experience Christ in the outdoors through experiential lear
 http://www.campwartburg.com,Robert A. Polansky, To provide an outdoor Christian ministry where people can encounter God and His c

 e@uky.edu,http://www.kentucky4h.org,,
 @newarkymca.org,http://www.newarkymca.org/linwood,Richard Smith," Provide your child a safe, fun day camp experience where we t
 rnmass.org,http://www.girlscoutseasternmass.org,Wendy Garf-Lipp," Open to any girl,we offer programs to develop skills, confidence an
 .org,http://www.campgreenwood.org,The Rev David Weber," Camping that encourages Christian growth, models acceptance of individua
  www.camphenry.org,," Camp Henry provides life changing experiences for all in a Christian environment. We want every camper to have
  du,http://eastern4hcenter.org,Lee Scripture, Located on Bull Bay/Albermarle Sound. 45 miles to the outer banks. Year round facilities for
ngsprograms.com,,,
 /www.lakewoodtrumbullymca.org,Meaghan Ballard," Camp Tepee is a traditional camp offering swimming, art & crafts, archery and mor
g,http://www.campsanctamaria.org,Michael Hickey," North Michigan, 2 inland lakes. Catholic framework builds self-esteem, teamwork th
amps.com,http://www.springhillcamps.com,Todd Leinberger," From Summer Overnight Camp to Winter Teen Retreats, the days at Spring
 n.in.gov,http://www.city.bloomington.in.us,Tim Pritchett," Children experience camp through fun & exciting weekly theemes. Kid City - w
om,http://www.fallingcreek.com,Yates Pharr, Falling Creek seeks to provide a max. opportunity for growth & development in a mountain
 baidservices.org,http://www.setebaidservices.org,Mark Moyer, The HDYC specializes in diabetes education. The camp offers a normal ca
http://www.campvoyageur.com,John C Erdmann," Wilderness trips canoeing, hiking & sea kayaking. In-camp land & water sports. One co
 /www.decisionhills.org,Sarah Lockwood," Our mission is to build life-changing friendships with Christ, people, and nature."
hover.com,http://www.campwindhover.com,Celia Wood, We specialize in offering campers 7-14 & CITs 15-17 fine and performing arts ex
p://www.campchannel.com/campoakhurst,Charles Sutherland," Disabled children gain self-esteem & independence in a Camp where it's
//www.cedarlodge.com,Amy Edwards," Small, family owned camp in SW MI. Strong Equestrian camp with diverse general camp program
@towerhillcamp.org,http://www.il-ODM.org,," Programming that gives the participants an opportunity to 'stretch' themselves, to be crea
org,http://camping.umc-detconf.org,Fred Elmore, Kinawind welcomes all youth. We share God's word in a rustic site through small family

 st@cancer.org,http://www.campgoodtimeswest.org,Karee Boone, Resident camp for children with cancer and their siblings. All fees are c
 k.org,http://www.ramahnyack.org,Amy Skopp Cooper, The Ramah Day Camp is a unique summer experience of fun learning and growth.
 p://www.alamisco.org,, Beautiful Lake Martin is open to all denominations. Summer camp available & open to church & youth group retr
neh.org,http://www.campyavneh.org,Debbie Sussman," Located on beautiful lake in NH. Hebrew, Judaic classes, sports, swimming, arts. S
 tp://www.cancer.org,Mike Parsons," To provide a normal, active and safe camp experience where children can celebrate life while living
rmannsons.org,http://www.texashermannsons.org/camp,Jennifer Cernosek," Scenic hill country. Hilltop for boys, Riverside for girls. Mem
agacamp@aol.com,http://www.ywca.org/vermont,Sandy Valine," On Lake Champlain since 1919,YWCA of VT, residential/day camp for gi
outsnca.org,,Kay Henderson," Traditional Girl Scout camp with emphasis on fun, friend-making, & lots of speciality programs. Fantastic cou
 amp.com,http://www.riverviewcamp.com,Susan Hooks," Lookout Mtn. Traditional prog. Nondenominational Christian adventure, inspira
  4-7636,info@casowasco.org,http://www.casowasco.org,Michael D Huber," Christian community set in the heart of the Finger Lakes. A pl
hantler@ymcade.org,http://www.ymcade.org,Linda Chantier," We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities."
 /www.campeaglehill.com,Jesse Scherer," Camp Eagle Hill is a beautiful 200 acre facility located in the Foothills of the Berkshire Mtns. We
uth.net,,Each rental provides own director & counselors, Summer camps are run by the Disciples of Christ. Campers register thru Tennesse
  reenchimneys.org,http://www.hillsidesummercamp.org,Robin Korson," Hillside Summer Camp offers day, adventure and trip programs. T
 mphorizons.org,http://www.camphorizons.org,Scott Lambeck," Excellent program for people who are developmentally disabled. We sup
g,http://www.bcny.org/camp-cromwell,Fred Guzman," Available only to boys who are members of the Boys Club of New York, membersh
 com,http://www.campquinebarge.com,Thomas Hannaford," Quinebarge is a trad coed residential camp in the lakes region of NH. Ages 7
544,info@nlom.org,http://www.nlom.org,David Coker," Scenic 300 acre Christian Camp. Between Omaha & Lincoln. Cabins, tents, tipis, r
  lakecenter.org,http://www.skylakecenter.org,James Krager,
n.com,http://www.camplivingston.com,Josh Klynn," Jewish camping, 680 acres, scenic horse & hiking trails, tennis, basketball, ropes cour
 ,dhumphreys@diabetes.org,http://www.diabetes.org,Trish Donahue," Opportunity for youth with diabetes to interact with others who sh
utk.edu,http://www.utextension.utk.edu/ridley4hcenter,Terri Quillen,
  ncamp.org,http://www.perlmancamp.org,Lewis Sohinki," Exceptional program of athletics, aquatics, arts, outdoor adventure in a warm f
 http://www.keystonecamp.com,Page Ives Lemel," Founded in 1916,Keystone is a private family owned,residential girls camp,long traditio
Mark Radloff, Lutherwald is owned & operated by the Indiana-Kentucky Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
  nawandah.com,http://www.camptonawandah.com,William B Haynes," Traditional camp emphasizing teamwork, independence, self con
 ndymca.org,http://www.indymca.org,Michael York," YMCA camp can spell leadership, quality instruction, and values to last a lifetime."
om,http://www.pylescamp.com,Sean Mc Enulty," We are a non-profit organization helping boys build pride, self-confidnece, leadership sk
m,http://www.camphorizonsva.com,," An all-around, try stuff, get dirty, have fun, make friends summer camp in Virginia's Shenandoah V
 //www.daycampinthepark.com,Ken Glotzer," 500 Acres, 3 mile pristine lake, pools, waterpark, tennis, ball fields, karate, and climbingwal
aol.com,http://www.sunnyhilladventures.org,Robert Darroch," Adventure theme programs, youth, children & adults with special needs, g
g,,Lauren Dorsch, Beautiful ranch setting near Salmon Rd. Easy access to whitewater rafting. Non -Girl Scout campers and staff welcome.
p://www.camplaney.com,Rob Hammond, Traditional boys camp on Lookout Mountain
p://www.leemar.com,Ariel J. Segal," Highly acclaimed program for children with mild to moderate developmental challenges. All camp ac
 rg,http://www.lutherancamping.org,Marianne Brock," Caring staff guide children as they explore God's creation, their relation to it, throu
 achusett@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org,Christina Eaton," High quality nature camp on 1200 acres come have fun, me
  om,http://www.winaukee.com,Jeff Freedman and Bart Sobel," Trad., premium boys sports camp w/ a culture of athleticism & good value
 er@ymcaboston.org,http://www.ymcaboston.org/waltham,Bethany Grolin and Justin Mazzda," Be a part of the YMCA family & join in the
ntl.org,http://www.globalyouthvillage.org,Mary Helmig," 3 week workshops, youth from 20 countries. Leadership, environment, global iss
anyoncreeksportscamp.com,http://www.canyoncreeksportscamp.com,"Daryl Moss, Nathalie Moss, Jeff Robinson"," CCSC is one of the on
 e@senecahills.com,http://www.senecahills.com,Rev. Michael Harvey," Christian camp focused on evangelism and discipleship, offering a
s.net,http://gocamping.org/sites/sawtooth-camp/,David Hargreaves, Spectacular mountain setting. Rustic cabins; beautiful log lodge. Mo
 u,http://www.altonjonescamp.org,John Jacques," 2300 acres. Private lakefront, historic working farm, hands-on approach to learning. An
 assaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org/bluehills,Martha Flower," Summer nature explorations located atop Chickatawbut Hill off
 dubon.org,,Jane Higgins," Whether searching for tadpoles in the pond, chasing grasshoppers in the meadow or hiking in the woods, camp
taloali.us,, Camp Taloali serves the deaf and hard of hearing from Pacific NW and is open to any deaf and hard of hearing who are 6-18. Ca
cer.org,http://www.cancer.org,Samantha Pittman, Camp Hope is a one week resident camp for youth with cancer ages 7-17 & their siblin
s.com,http://www.oregon4hcenter.org,," Center is capable of hosting a wide variety of outings: EE visits, conferences, retreats, family reu
http://www.cancer.org/campukandu,Nicole Fowler," Camp Ukandu is held yearly at at YMCA Camp Collins, in Gresham, OR located within
org,http://www.cancer.org,Kari Allen," American Cancer Society Camp Goodtimes East welcomes children ages 5-17, who are cancer surv
http://www.kamaainakids.com,Jolie O. Moniz,
mp.com,http://www.forestlakecamp.com,Sara Robertson-Ryan," Considered one of America's great sleepaway camps since 1926. Childre
  .com,http://www.campstewart.com,Si Ragsdale III," Exciting 86th summer. Multi-skills, personal development. Excellent staff & facilities.
ormanok.gov,,Steve Yohn,
grcreek.org,http://www.sugarcreekbiblecamp.org,, A year round ministry for people of all ages. A christian ministry but open to all. We pr
m,http://www.camplouemma.com,Hal Pugach," A summer of fun, a lifetime of memories. Diverse program, modern cabins, excellent staf
  s.com,http://www.genevahills.com,Geoffrey Burns," Guided by our faith in Jesus Christ. Geneva Hills strives to create an environment for
hn@carlislefamilyymca.org,http://www.carlislefamilyymca.org,Justin Rose," Our mission: to promote personal growth, enhance family va
s.com,http://www.birchwoodforboys.com,Melissa & Dan," Wilderness experience, Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Variety trips: canoe, sea
 s.com,http://www.piercecamps.com,Doug Pierce," Outstanding staff, exceptional facilities, famous programs, spirit soars,laughter roars,
 @calvarycamp.org,http://www.calvarycamp.org,Anne M Muhl," Recreational camp which nurtures friendship, models the acceptance of
 ww.kampkaleoontheriver.com,Gaylene O'Brien, Quiet setting located on N Loop River 3 miles from Burwell. Summer activities include tub
 icdunes.com,http://www.peconicdunes.com,Christopher P Colahan," Located on North Fork of L.I., Bordered by L.I. Sound & 30 acre sprin
 ttp://www.azycamps.org,Mike McElhinney," YMCA Ranch & camp offering traditional activities & equestrian programs. 2 wk cowboy cam
 afw.org,,Barbara Cooper," The Day Camp program focuses on traditional activities such as arts & crafts, games, sports, skits, special proje
 ton@ymcafw.org,,Tomesia Morgan,
net,http://www.livingspringscamp.org,Mike Eaker,
 Bryan S. Breault,
mercamp@moranch.com,http://www.moranch.com,Tim Huchton, Beautiful Texas hill country. Caring Christian environment. Enhances de
  nb@cho-yeh.org,http://www.cho-yeh.org,Jason D Brown, Committed staff dedicated to sharing the unconditional love of Christ with cam
  center.org,http://www.johnknoxcenter.org,Bri Payne, On the shores of beautiful Walls Bar Lake.
  eerfoot.org,Ron Mackey, Building godly young men in a Christ-centered community through of wilderness camping.
 wneacademy.org,http://www.browneacademy.org,Jamie Simon, Exciting day camp program. Wonderful 11 acre campus for campers. Spe
 380,jason@buffalomountaincamp.org,http://www.buffalomountaincamp.org,Jason Onks," Sharing the love of Christ, in the glory of God's
  .org,http://www.cancer.org,Johnny Primomo & Joey Cavazos," Camp for kids with cancer who aren't eligible for other Texas cancer camp
 com,http://www.campkidwell.org,K.J. Kelly," Camp Kidwell is a Fun and exciting camp for children, ages 4 to 16. Focusing on traditional ca
org,http://www.gswny.org,Janet DePetrillo," Camp Seven Hills is located in Holland, NY and offers a variety of activities and programs for
www.camplee.org,Kevin McDade, Camp Lee is a christian retreat center where young people and adults may experience God in an outdoo
 www.tallturf.org,Miriam De Jong," Christian ministry of reconciliation providing camps & community based follow-up programs, family ca
  /www.ter.org,Bob Anderson," Christian sports and adventure camp in ranch setting. Individual centered with exciting program. Every age
off, Lake Luther is owned & operated by the Indiana-Kentucky Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
 tp://www.campscully.squarespace.com,Colin Stewart," Camp Scully is a co-ed, day and overnight summer campfor children aged 5 to 17.
 ttp://www.bestcamp.org,Helen Zientek," Teaching girls to reach their potential through friendship, horsemanship, creative pursuits, and p
  rand@ymcachgo.org,http://www.indianboundaryymca.org,Ramona Brand, Camp offers creative learning experiences for children enterin
 ymcachgo.org,http://www.ymcachgo.org,Susan Chasney,
  m,http://www.cascademeadows.org,Rev Randolph Farrar," Cascade Meadows is a non-program facility for churches and non-for profit e
 cese.org,http://www.Campcross.org,Maureen S Cosgrove," Located on beautiful Lake Coeur D'Alene where individuals grow and share in
 mp.com,http://www.jefuniracamp.com,Jeff Gamble, Our exciting well-rounded program and talented staff will provide an extraordinary s
 mail.com,http://www.campthurman.org,Jim Rose, Since 1969 Camp Thurman has been providing a fun in-the woods Christian day-camp e
  ,http://www.campchippewa.org,Howard Sudduth," Camp & Retreat Center, The United Methodist Church. Summer camp w/Christian cu
  erves@LCFPD.org,http://www.LCFPD.org/camps,Lynn Hepler," Outdoor adventures & summer learning for kids 4 years old-10th grade. 1
m,http://www.harborhaven.com,Robyn Tanne," Harbor Haven in West Orange, NJ, is a unique summer program. Children participate in ca
mcaoforange.org,http://www.ymcaoforange.org,Ronald Clear," We build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities."
 a.org,http://www.campmanitou-lin.org,"Ardith Turpin, Executive Director", YMCA Camp Manitou Lin provides a rich tradition of camping
  sofct.org,,Brooke Bradly," Contemporary programs for girls 7 to 17. We help girls develop into young women with strong values, self conf
nie@si.edu,http://www.fonz.org,Elise Bernardoni," Summer Safari Day Camp is held at the National Zoo. 56 sessions, each 1 week long, ar
  .com,http://www.highrocks.com,Don Gentle," Since 1958, High Rocks is a small boy's camp emphasizing outdoor adventure in a non-com
  tp://www.campillahee.com,Gordon and Laurie Strayhorn," Since 1921, Illahee has provided excellence in girls' camping in an ideal mount
  w.lutherock.com,Van Van Horne," Beautiful, pristine, mile-high mountain setting. Specializing in high adventure & Christian emphasis. Ou
 okcamp.com,http://www.rockbrookcamp.com,Jeff Carter and Sarah Carter," A traditional overnight summer camp for girls with an excella
 g,,Kathryn Moore,
  @brethrenwoods.org,http://www.brethrenwoods.org,Doug Phillips, Christian small group camping in a beautiful woodland setting with c

rc.org,http://www.littlegrassycamp.org,Tommy Gossett, To provide genuine Christian Hospitatlity in an enviornment for you to experienc
 g,,Julissa Colon," Integrated camp serving able & disabled for 20 years. Focus on fun, inclusion & respect for similarities. 1:2 staffing."
org,http://www.gmfymca.org,Justin Parker, Creating memories to last a lifetime.
com,http://www.tenacrecds.org/summer/daycamp/,Libby LaBruzzo," Warm, nuturing atmosphere. Traditional noncompetitive programm
 //www.cathedraldomain.org,Andy Sigmon, Traditional camping program in a Christ centered environment.
 o@internaldrive.com,http://www.internaldrive.com,," Hands on Summer Tech Fun, create video games, websites, robots, movies, & mor
rne@wisconsinumc.org,http://www.wisconsinumc.org/lakelucerne,Chip Hutler," A place apart for faith, fun & friendships! Building strong
hranch.org,http://www.silverbirchranch.org,Brad Ellis, TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN!
h@campwapo.org,http://www.campwapo.org,Loren S Teig," Beautiful lake setting. All ages in all seasons. Cultural, leadership, family, you
p://www.twincedars.org,Dan Saylors,
 chesterrotary.org,http://www.rochesterrotary.org,Tracey Dreisbach, A camp serving Greater Rochesters children with physical disabilitie
 tp://www.bishopgravatt.org,Lauri S yeargin," Camp Gravatt's carefully selected and trained staff provides an experience where campers
 k@losd.org,http://www.lutheransoutdoors.org,Teri Gayer, Lutherans outdoors in South Dakota welcomes all to explore and experience C
merrickwoods.com,http://www.merrickwoods.com,Adam Langbart," Est.1956. Family operated. Mature, supportive staff. Strong instructi
 a Glowik," Camp Anuenue is a camp for children with cancer ages 7-17. Misson to offer children a safe, supportive, enjoyable camp experi
@athensycamps.org,http://www.athensycamps.org,Stephanie Sullards," Chattooga uses camping activities to foster spiritual, emotional, p
  rg,http://www.campfontanelle.com,Trent Meyer, Camp Fontanelle focuses on intentional Christian growth for campers ages 4-18. Camp
  .org,http://www.gswny.org,,
 woodcountryday.com,http://www.crestwoodcountryday.com,Mark Hemmerdinger,
 http://www.clydeyork4hcenter.org,Mr. Scottie Fillers," Spacious camp, wooded area, ropes course. Traditional programs. Challenging act
mercamps.com,http://www.outpostsummercamps.com,Stuart Jones," Come join us for an adventure filled summer. Your child will make

mcanyc.org,,Gerri Sacino,
  ,http://www.the-spa.com/wmgsc,Cristy Tondeur," Girl Scout day camp offering timeless camp activities. Open to all girls ages 6 to 16. Gir
oods.org,http://www.camp-of-the-woods.org/tapawingo,Joy Huseland," New in 2006. Counselor in Training program for girls age 16-17. M
  mail.com,http://www.carmelvalleytenniscamp.com,Steve Proulx and Susan Reeder, Tennis...and a whole lot more! Consistently picked b
ampendeavor.org,Dan Dingmann," Camp Endeavor where the active pursuit of weight management begins! Get fit, feel good, lose weight
mpstnicholas.com,http://www.campstnicholas.com,Katrina Bitar," Pan Orthodox camp (under Antiochians) offering community, teaching
  tp://www.rawhideranch.com,Tom and Val Ewan," Welcome to the 'Old West'. Learn to ride in our CHA-accredited western riding program
p://www.lokanda.com,Ronen & Dana Gabbay," Balanced program, excellent staff, state of the art equipment, Kosher food,structured, ligh
 csoley@indymca.org,http://www.indymca.org,Jacob Reardon Mcsoley, A summer of fun a lifetime of memories.
 ac.com,http://campnabby.com,Joe Bertino," Active fun...what summer is meant to be. Out 71st year.Three tennis courts, three swimmin
  w.nacome.org,Deb Krueger," Located an hour & a half southwewst of Nashville, NaCome's spacious 600 acers offers yr-round modern fac
massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org,Lisa Carlin," If you like to get outside, then this camp is for you."
 aycamp.com,http://www.libertylakedaycamp.com,Andy Pritikin," A safe, warm, environment where children try new experiences, improv
 4,213-863-8445,gregk@C5YF.org,http://www.C5YF.org,Greg Kovacs and Sarah Krentz, The Paintrock canyon program is a 4 year youth de
m,http://www.campozark.com,Carson Schultz," A non-denominational Christian Sports and Adventure camp for kids ages 7-17 offering ov
 rcamps.com,http://www.poultercamps.com,Andrew Stoller," More than 35 years offering life adventures and fun. Exciting wilderness tra
 ttp://www.kanuga.org/camps/campbob,Gary Woodhurst, Camp Bob provides a traditional summer camp experience for children who wo
 /www.lakeregion.org,Ralph Shelton,
 owaydaycamp.com,http://www.willowaydaycamp.com,Lorraine & Arnold Fisher," Mature staff & acres of outstanding facilities with two
 g,http://www.gscwm.org,Kim Hyman," Girl Scouts day camp in the Berkshires. Offering sailing, canoeing, and traditional camping. Open to
 mo.org,http://www.campgalileemo.org,Brad North," To offer a Christ Centered Community where persons are invited into an ongoing re
dblue.net,http://www.bluemountaincamp.org,Steve Lewandowski,
 www.jo-ota.org,Mike Leonard,
@dunnschool.org,http://www.dunnschool.org,Sarah Manfina," 54-acre campus amidst the wine country of Santa Ynez Valley. facility renta
  /www.girlscoutsnca.org/anderel.php,Aimee Canterbury," Outstanding staff and beautiful facilities located on the Elk River. We offer girls
 alileo-learning.com,Tajalli Horvat, Save up to $200 at Galileo programs when you enroll by March 1! Welcome to Galileo Learning where P
 www.kutz.urjcamps.org,Eve Rudin," Leadership training for Jewish teenagers from around the world. Have fun, learn, make lasting friends
  rg,http://www.gesherfun.org,Scott Lantzman," Gesher is committed to providing outstanding Jewish summer experiences, exposing child
  .org,http://www.westohiocamps.com,Jeremy Stanford," Serving all people for Christian birth, growth, and renewal with summer camp fo
 com,http://www.campdoodles.com,David Hughes," A really fun summer day camp in Mill Valley, California. Camp Doodles creates a fun '
  g,http://www.camplakeside.net,Keith Schadel, Beautiful canyon setting for Christian nurture & growth;serving youth & adults ;wheelchai
  b.office@sbcglobal.net,http://www.montessorica.org,Jeff Keiser," Indoor and outdoor environments for young children located on a 3 ac

  calakecounty.org,,Kari Cowart,
  rg,http://www.lionscamp.org,"Raymond Cecil III, CCD", Residential summer campfor youth with special needs and diabetes.
 ,http://girlscoutsnca.org/kana.php,Terri Knowles,
 tp://www.campknutson.org,Rob Larson," Camp Knutson provides a residential camping experience for special needs children. Camping se
g,http://www.cancer.org,Jim Bentley,
 ttp://www.cityunionmission.org/services/camp-cumito-union-missions-camp-ozarks,Travis Bradburn," Our desire is to be instruments of
mping program is open to boys and girls 8-14, where children gain skills and personal esteem in non-competitive programs."
west.org,http://www.cdr.jccmetrowest.org,Diana Ackerman," Nurturing staff promotes self-esteem, integrity & values. Quality programm

 cer.org,,Dannelle Hill, Camp is free to any child who has ever had cancer.
 l.com,,Ron Kuznetz, We specialize in children ages 3-6.
@gmail.com,http://www.campsrus.org,Jason M Turnier, We foster social interaction and personal growth enriching the hearts and minds
rtland.org,http://www.campheartland.org,Jill Rudolph, Camp Heartland provides recreational camping programs for children impacted by
nter.com,http://www.joshuacenter.com,Becky Ottinger," The camp is for children with a diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome, Asperger Syndr
http://www.ymcamidpen.org,Trenton Hill," Join the El Camino YMCA summer fun experts for all the fun & excitement you can possibly sq
p://www.sequoiaymca.org,," We build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities."

ampwatitoh.com,"Sandy, Bill & Suzanne Hoch"," Traditional family-run camp with a wide variety of land & water sports, creative & perform
ttp://www.jaynolan.org,Todd Bailey," Jay Nolan camp is an inclusive camp for children with/without autism, with emphasis on respecting
mca.org,http://www.rockyrunymca.org,Mark Kalloz,
 ://www.camppontiac.com,"Kenneth Etra, Richard Etra and Marc Sklar"," Located in the Berkshires, 100 miles north of NYC. Emphasizes to
 mail.wvu.edu,http://www.tricounty4h.com,Doug Hovatter,
computercamps.com,http://www.computercamps.com,," 'Where Technology Meets Traditional Camps.' GA,IL,MA, & PA. Game design, W
ch@lonetree.org,http://www.lonetree.org,Tim Worrell," Adventure camp specializing in water fun: tube the Rio Grande, ride the SeaWas
e.com,http://www.mycampsunshine.com,Brinsley Thrash Thigpen," Camp Sunshine provides programs for children with cancer, primarily
gmail.com,http://www.stonybrookdaycamp.com,Roger Black, Our goal is to create a happy place for our campers and we succeed. Outsta
  http://www.johnknoxranch.com,Kathy Anderson," Located in the heart of the Hill country, John Knox Ranch is one of the most unique an
utter@somersethillsymca.org,http://www.somersethillsymca.org,Kimberly R de Zutter," Summer camp programs for children 3-15. Camp
  fcamp.com,http://www.golfcamp.com,Joel Lavenson,
 eon@hotmail.com,http://www.openheartscamp.org,David Zaleon,
@philaymca.org,http://www.roxboroughymca.org,Cindy Sassi,
 http://www.diabetes.org,Patsy Reyes, A day camp for children with diabetes. Children enjoy the fun of camp & camp activities while lear
@aol.com,http://www.wildernessretreat.com,,
ationarmy.org,http://www.salvationarmy-georgia.org/Display.asp?Page=campgrandview,,
p://www.campallstar.com,Craig Rosen," All-Star is a co-ed overnight sports camp is Kents Hill, Maine. Girls & boys ages 8-16 enjoy over 30
aniel Whitlow," Discovering, experiencing and sharing the joy of knowing Jesus."
ww.chipinaw.com,Michael Baer, Tradition and innovation combine for an unforgettable summer experience.
adowdaycamp.com,http://www.highmeadowdaycamp.com,Chuck Washer, High Meadow is a traditional camp. Our foundation is based o
http://www.campcomeca.com,Ron Gans," A distraction-free environment for religious, personal, and business retreats."
 uckleycamp.com,http://www.buckleycamp.com,Gary Franklin and Roby Young," Exceptional staff, outstanding facilities - art, sports & en
 ://www.camprockingu.com,Nathan E Wilkinson," Camp Rocking U is dedicated to providing a healthful, structured and comfortable envir
ampsargent.org,Randy Menken," Located on Lake Naticook in Merrimak NH, YMCA Camp Sargent sits on 22 acres & is a co-ed day camp se
org,http://www.rosspoint.org,Executive Director, To provide a glimpse of God's universe through hearing the gospel and experiencing Chr
kos@ymcanyc.org,http://www.ymcanyc.org,Cynthia Bayiokos, 50 beautiful acres. Lake for swimming & boating. Plays & field trips each se
 ,http://www.unitedinharmony.org,Lauren Pelissier, An overnight camping experience for homeless & underprivileged children giving them
Y.com,http://www.campwalden-NY.com,"Lauren & Mark Bernstein, Robyn Spector"," Idyllic lakefront setting, warm caring experienced st
 spring.com,http://www.lutherheights.org,Eric Olsen, Traditional Bible camp + adventure camps and servant events located in beautiful m
 u,http://www.clydeaustin4hcenter.com,Andy J Seals," Convenently located in the mountains of East Tennessee. Modern facilities, private
amprockfish.org,http://www.camprockfish.org,"F. David Weber, Jr."," Small group dynamic camping in an adventurous setting. Positive Ch
e.net,http://www.jrvc.org,C.L. 'Curly' Stumb, Foothills of Blue Ridge. Program offers traditional or 'wilderness' living in Christian communi
 hephards.spring@juno.com,,Ann Cornell/Britnee Harbaugh," Sheperd's Spring Camps promote a stronger relationship with God, join othe
 om,http://www.campgalil.org,Sharon Waimberg," Jewish, Israel cultural activities. Simulates Kibbutz life, community-centered, sports, se
 les@sjjcc.org,,Paul Isserles, Outstanding staff. Excellent swim & sports program. Beautiful facility on 15 acres.
ng.org,http://www.lutherancamping.org,Michael Youse," Provide yputh a safe fun setting for faith development. Personal and spiritual gr
 c.us,Claudia Bowers," Camp Edey is located on 95 acres of wetland preserve. Providing a wide variety of activities including swimming & b
 ,vmaxcamper@aol.com,http://www.redrobincountrydaycamp.com,Michael Cohn, The premiere day camp on Long Island for 2-9 year old
camponas.org,Suzan Neiger Gould," The Onas program stresses sharing, creativity, cooperation, simple living and fun. An adventure progr
m,http://www.lionscamp.com,Stephen S Mabry, TLC is a camp for children w/ physical diabilities & Type 1 Diabetes. Campers attend at no
um.org,http://www.campauxilium.org,"Sr Mary Jackson, FMA",
oods@indymca.org,http://www.indymca.org,Linda White, YMCA camps are building strong kids strong families and strong communities. S
coutsksmo.org,,Jane Twyman," Provide an active learning environment where girls are valued, challenged, and guided to become capable

nager@frontlake.org,http://www.fortunelake.org,Soren Schmidt," A place of grace to experience and grow in faith in the beautiful Northw
org,http://www.camprisingsun.com,Jeff Holt, A camp for children who have faced a diagnosis of cancer-in treatment or in remission. Affil
 ffice@aol.com,http://www.guci.bunk1.com,Rabbi Ron Klotz,
 vansville.net,http://www.campcarson.org,Mark Scoular," All the great activities of a traditional resident camp. Plus horseback, motorized
www.lionscampfl.org,Elisabeth Cage," Inclusive recreational programs for campers of varing abilities ages 5-15, and specially designed/ada
 schoolwi.org,http://www.afterschoolwi.org,Jason Anderson, Day Camps for school age children. Several convenient Dane County and Wa
 p://www.campakita.com,Arthur Preuss,
  roec@rockwood.k12.mo.us,http://www.rockwood.k12.mo.us/bableroec,Rebecca Puckett," Close to nature, close to home! A unique rec
 p://www.campodayin.org,Sara Meslow," Camp Odayin provides fun, safe, and supportive camp experience's and community building opp
  w.campstraphael.org,,
  ancho YMCA offers 40 speciality camps & aquatic programs. Camps range from traditional to rock climbing, surf, sports, and arts."
 s.com,http://www.funcamps.com,David Gindy," Since 1989 MagiCamp has brought over 5000 children into the exciting worlds of Magic,
   ://www.mar-lu-ridge.org,Sarah Lefler," A welcoming Christian camp open to everyone. Programming for all ages led by enthusiastic, cert
 org,http://www.gswise.org,Andrea Yanacheck," Outdoor action, fun & friends in an all girl environment that builds courage, confidence, c
  ttp://www.mddedcelks.org,Gregory A. Wilkes," Provide a safe & healthy experience while learning about nature & team work, develop p
   om,http://www.lpcc.com,Robert Alfino,
  audubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org,," Our nurturing staff have been connecting children with nature on Pleasant Valley's 1300 a
ohn@concernedcarekc.org,http://www.concernedcarekc.org,John Whalen, Concerned Care Day Camp serves youth ages 8-16 with develo
 ymill.com,http://www.valleymill.com,Evelyn McEwen, It's like a going away camp at home.
  indsor.org,http://www.southwindsor.org,Ray Favreau, The South Windsor Recreation Department - Discover the Benefits.
 .wvu.edu,http://www.wvu.edu/~exten/depts/jmill/jmill.htm,Terry Patterson,
 lfleetbaycamp@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org/wellfleet,Amy Ferreira," Have fun in nature at an 1100 acre coastal wild
  .com,http://www.elbowlane.com,Doug Bauer," Celebrating 40 summers of fun. 27 acres 4 pools. We offer a diverse program in a traditio
  vationarmy.org,http://www.salarmy.org/cwj/aboutcwj.html,Shea Simms,
 ker@metroymcas.org,http://www.eastorangeymca.org,Danyel Fleming, East Orange YMCA located at 159 N Munn Ave. offers summer d
@buschgardens.org,http://www.buschgardens.org,Linda Burdick," Busch Gardens Adventure Camps gives kids a one-of-a-kind, behind the
//www.campbeartrack.com,Jack Dowell," Teaching Christian values, Camp Bear Track is a place of individual achievement, adventure, fun
  itymca.org,http://www.summitareaymca.org,Tom Swanciger," We build character in kids. Campers learn new skills, make friends and exp
  kparks.com,http://www.oakparkparks.com/,Bret Fahnstrom, The Park District of Oak Park Day Camps strive to provide diverse recreation
  protary.org,Rich Cowdell, Providing residential camping opportunities for over 80 years. We offer a great mix of traditional and novel cam
 omercer.org,http://www.cyomercer.org,Patrick Hardiman," The goal of the CYO Day Camp is to help each camper have a healthy, happy s
 ttp://www.cvnpa.org,Stacey Heffernan," Camps focus on hands-on encounters with the arts and natural sciences. Learn about theatre, co
ttp://www.camphardtner.org,Patrick R Higgins, Camp Hartner offers a serene woodland setting for youth to learn about themselves and d
 om,http://www.dat-so-la-lee.org,B. Dennis Hugh, Children are spons. by Lions Clubs in Nevada. Attendance must be coordinated through
  roymcas.org,http://www.westessexymca.org,Fran Egnezzo," The program is a place where children, entering K-8, can have the summer e
du,http://www.bucks.edu/disoncampus,,
  rthlink.net,http://burgundycenter.org,Lavinia Schoene," Explore nature in a remote valley with dynamic, knowledgeable staff. High staff:
 c@alpine-cc.org,http://www.alpine-cc.org,, Providing a mountain top encounter with Jesus Christ through Christian camping.
 rg,http://www.campnewmanswig.org,Ruben Arquilevich, Build friendships & enjoy excellent recreation & art program in reform Jewish co
 tp://www.thefirs.org,Rob Lee," Firwood is a counelor-centered, high-energy, activity-oriented, summer camp."
m,http://www.AlpengirlCamp.com,Alissa Farley," Alpengirl Girl Powered Teen Adventure Camp. Montana, Hawaii, Alaska, Washington, No
 go.org,,Jeff Thomas, Our full day summer program is designed to enrich campers' personal growth and increase awareness of their environ
  chgo.org,,Jamie Rose Hamilton, Our YMCA Day Camp offers urban outdoor camping experiences and projects designed to bring out the le
 cago.org,http://www.ymcachgo.org,Denise Lam," Join us for a fun filled program. Our healthy kids day camp includes swimming, field trip
 go.org,,Susan Chansey," To build mind, body, and spirit"
  positticutfarm.com,http://www.pompositticutfarm.com,Jacqueline Kane, Small private camp on farm all inclusive activities staff ratio of 3
 er.com,http://4hcampgraham.osu.edu,Betty Wingerter," 70 wooded acres for hiking, group activities, fossil search, surround open fields,
   o.com,http://www.seashorecampandschool.com,John Villapiano, Seashore has the distinction of being the first private day cap in NJ & h
  t,http://www.norwesca.org,Mollie Ronge," Camp Norwesca is all about fun, friendship and learning more about who we are as children o
 du,http://ripplescamp.com,Bruce Bershad, Our staff of caring educators creates a family atmosphere where campers self-esteem & paren
 aboston.org,http://www.bostonycamps.org,Terri Mulks," Values programming at our 25 wooded acres in Blue Hills, 20 min. from Boston.
  trar@campindiansprings.org,http://www.campindiansprings.org,Lesa Ward, Where a summer will last a lifetime.
 nj.org,http://www.jcccampsatmedford.org,Aaron Greenberg," 120 shaded acres - 5 pools, lake, sports fields & courts, arts pavilions, natur
 eagleridge.com,Kelly and Eddie Byrnes," We combine a traditional camp experience with a focus on leadership, teamwork and achieving y
 @montclairymca.org,http://www.montclairymca.org,James Goodger," We combine adventure, learning and fun to express creativity, lear
 aytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Susan Lee," At our YMCA Day Camp your child will be safe, make new friends, learn new skills
@ymcade.org,http://www.ymcade.org,David Halley," A values-based camp focusing on the development of character in a safe, fun, enrich
  rn.org,http://www.campvictorylake.org,Garnet M Morris, 'Touching lives and making a difference.'
  rk@international-sports.com,http://www.international-sports.com,Mark Major, ISTC's dedicated to providing a complete and comprehen
@concordacademy.org,http://www.concordacademysummercamp.com,Greg Jutkiewicz," We offer flexible one week sessions, camper cho
  7-2889,maria@highlandscamp.org,http://www.highlandscamp.org,Maria Shupe," Coed Christian Camp in the mtn setting providing a var
en@mivoden.com,http://www.mivoden.com,Richard Parker, Waterfront & equestriaan activities are featured along with recreational & s
 hill.com,http://www.campbirchhill.com,Richard Morell," Traditional coed sleep away camp. Family atmosphere, an elective program guid
 ns.com,http://www.campchampions.com,Steve and Susie Baskin, Located on Lake LBJ in the hill country. 'Our passion is to help every cam
  t.org,http://www.jccdet.org,Tal Siegmann," JCC camps provide a wide range of traditional, specialty and sports programs in a fun, inclusiv
mm.com,http://www.parkriverbiblecamp.org,Sean Barnhart," PRBC is a camp and retreat ministry for all ages that encourages a faith rela
  .org,,Comencia O'Neal,
hes.org,http://www.youthranches.org/caruth,Patricia Nelson, Camp provides a wholesome & positive opportunity for troubled & underpr
  ,Carly Robinson, To provide a quality developmental program which empowers Metro Atlanta Youth to become productive adults. Beauti
 esjcc.org,http://www.campolami.org,Danya Kornblum," Camp Olami's schedule is filled with activities, field trips, and programs that foste
 arlake.com,http://www.blackbearlake.com,Mark & Melissa Magid," Individual elective program on 38 acre fully shaded campus with air-c
  efarmcamp.org,David Johnston,
 gbridge.com,http://www.frogbridge.com,"Frank Pugliese, Jr"," 86 Acres of fun. A/C facilities, horses, boating, 3 lakes, performing arts, spo
  CACHGO.org,,Jim Dalbec,
 samfieldy@aol.com,http://www.samuelfieldy.org,David Slotnick," Day, sleepaway, travel, sport & special needs camps serving ages 3-16,
  ncer.org,http://www.cancer.org,Erika Sedillo, week long overnight camp for children who have ever had cancer.Free camp&supported by
 @cox.net,http://www.arizonalionscamp.org,Pamela Swanson, Lions Camp Tatiyee seeks to provide a camping experience for challenged
 http://www.ramahdarom.org,Geoffrey Menkowitz,
  ://www.woodmen.com,,
  elcorazon.org,http://www.campdelcorazon.org,Lisa Knight, Camp del Corazon is a non-profit organization providing a free medically supe
 ampgan.com,http://www.campgan.com,"Maryashie Deren, Rabbi Yoseph Deren", Fun and friendship... That lasts forever.
  @columbusjcc.org,http://www.columbusjcc.org,Halle Schwartz, Traditional day and specialty camp with a broad range of activities and el
hankner@safariclub.org,http://www.safariclubfoundation.org,Donald J Brown," The expertise of the counselors and other staff was invalu
  et,,Buck Prentiss, We offer an integrated camp expereince with disabled & able-bodied campers in a unique desert surrounding. Explore
  p://www.lomocamps.org,Corey Wagonfield," We create places apart where lives are changed through spiritual growth, through the love
  en.org,http://www.woodmen.org,Rochelle Cordova,
  nd@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org,Pilar Redmond," Our goal is to help your child enjoy, understand and appreciate th
 dmoorCamp@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org/camp,Melissa Hansen, Broadmoor Camp connects children and nature th
ownhomeranch.org,http://www.downhomeranch.org,,
 ,,Anita Graham,
@internationalgymnastics.com,http://www.internationalgymnastics.com,"Bruno, Brent, Cheryl Klaus", Residential co-ed gymnastics camp
  .net,http://www.holsonconference.org/camping/dickenson/aboutus.html,Michael Snow," Camp Dickenson is a place where people of al
 diabetes.org,,, Provides children opportunity to participate in summer activities while developing confidence in caring for their diabetes. M
ww.gocamping.org,Eva LaBonty," An intimate camp setting in the old-growth & rees of the Rogue National Forest. Wilderness, water falls
 aol.com,http://www.lionscampmerrick.org,," Traditional activities offered in 3 separate programs. Deaf/HOH 3-1 wk session, Glyndon dia
  n.com,,Curtis Waters,
  1-329-1629,camps@dedhamhealth.com,http://www.dedhamhealth.com,,
 avor.org,http://www.camptavor.org,Shelley Goldwater," We create empowered Jewish youth in a caring, committed safe environment u
  ttp://www.campsunshine.org,Michael Katz," The mission of camp sunshine is to provide terminally and critically ill children & their famili
mcachgo.org,http://www.lakeviewymca.org,Eric Pedersen,
@nshh.org,http://www.nshh.org,Mike Marinello, North shore Holiday House is a residential camp for girls ages 7-11 who meet USDA qual
  com,http://www.campkulaqua.com,Phil Younts," Modeling a joyous christian lifestyle by providing campers w/exciting activities, program
 ://www.scfymca.org/programssummercamp.php,Michelle Head,
 oadventures.com,http://www.cheerioadventures.com,Mark Woodall," Our mission is to provide participants a quality adventure experien
  district.org,http://www.skokieparkdistrict.org,Pamela Zeid and Jenny Elliot, Excellence in everything we do. We will amaze you.
 mp.com,http://www.medomakcamp.com,David Brunner," Medomak is a unique family vacation. Enjoy traditional camp fun, relive summ
  gh.org,http://www.emmakauffmanncamp.com,Sam Bloom,
@woodlandsfoundation.org,http://www.woodlandsfoundation.org,Patrick Monaghan, The Woodlands is committed to extending the use o
 .campstthekla.org,,
  .com,http://www.lockportymca.com,Luke D Cantor," YMCA Camp Kenan Residence camp, Day camp & Adventure center provides the pi
  ttp://www.henrystreet.org,Danielle Algranti,
 nnifer_richmond@uss.salvationarmy.org,http://www.charlestonsalvationarmy.com,Cresson Smith, CHV challenges kids to be the best the
 dooradventurecamp.com,http://www.outdooradventurecamp.com,Matt Knott," Join our family owned & operated adventure camp in H
  en@alohafoundation.org,http://www.alohafoundation.org,Andy Williams," Unique experiences, which combine wilderness travel, skill d
 rg,,Tammy Newton," To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body."
 dsociety.org,http://www.childrensaidsociety.org,Lukas Weinstein," Wagon Road Camp is a place for kids to have fun, be safe, and care fo
  mp.com,http://www.okobojicamp.com,Keith Shew," Participants grow in faith as they swim, boat, do high/low ropes, ride go-karts arche
 e.org,Kristy Gropel,
 @indygov.org,http://www.indyparks.gov,Joenne Pope,
p://www.campharmony.com,Jerry Amedeo," Ugga Bugga Campers will love chanting this every morning at flag raising. Mature, experienc
 h@asheboro.com,http://www.mtshepherd.org,"Rev. Kent L Shrader, CCD", Mount Shepherd Retreat Center seeks to build Christian comm

mith@ymaryland.org,http://www.ymaryland.org,Samatha Wright," Whatever your child's age and interests, look to YMCA camping for a s
smith@ymaryland.org,http://www.ymaryland.org,Rodecia Carter," Whatever your child's age and interests, look to YMCA camping for a s
mith@ymaryland.org,http://www.ymaryland.org,," Whatever your child's age and interests, look to YMCA camping for a safe and fun sum
ranch.org,http://www.stoneycreekranch.org,Barrett Rouse, Our mission is to serve young people in ways that will allow them to know Ch
 cer.org,http://www.cancer.org/campadventure,,
rg,http://www.gswny.org,,
www.campangelos.org,Greg Malby, Easter Seals June & July. Fishing Camp in August. Kids & Cancer in August. Conference retreat center y
ww.jccsanantonio.org,Lisa Guerrero," JCC Camps feature a child-centered program in a community setting. Children develop confidence,
  amp@twinrocks.org,http://www.twinrocks.org,Ken Beebe," Christian camping programs for all ages. Located on 118 acres incl mountain
 amp.com,http://www.falconcamp.com,David Devey," Eat, sleep and breathe horses all day, every day. More actual riding time than anyw
 liancenter.org,http://www.quilliancenter.org,Beverly Okosun," Camp Quillian is the only ACA aaccredited day campin Houston. Campers e
 org,http://www.fiver.org,Christie Astman, To provide a camp experience for economically disadvantaged youth that fosters the developm
  m,http://www.campdewolfe.org,Kathleen Lumis-Ward,
org,http://www.westfieldynj.org,,
 lvationarmy.org,http://www.CampPonderosa.com,Neil LaBarge," Our summer program offers a safe Christian environment where kids ca
wcp.com,http://www.manzanoretreat.com,Kim Simmons," Group Rentals, food service, challenge course, team building, soccer, basketba
  maryland.org,http://www.ymaryland.org,," Whatever your child's age and interests, look to YMCA camping for a safe and fun summer ex
  p://www.summerhorsecamp.com,," 'All Girl' Horsemanship Camps. Campers learn to feed, groom, saddle, bath and ridig lessons daily. Ce
om,http://www.campgreystone.com,James F Miller IV," Greystone strives to facilitate growth in the physical, social, mental, and spiritual
  .com,,Shaun Hawke, Blue Sky Meadow-a premiere environmental & science education site near Big Bear. Programs include Summer Scien
mofflight.org,http://www.museumofflight.org/ace,Seth Margolis, The Museum of Flight takes summer camp to the air with it's popular Ae
 ,Carolyn Johnston," Camp Cloud Rim offers girls a place where they can develop their skills, make new friends & strengthen their self este
 narmy.org,http://www.campdeloro.org,,
 ndsor.org,http://www.recreation-southwindsor.org,Ray Favreau,
 an.kane@southwindsor.org,,Ray Favreau,
 chigamme.org,http://www.campmichigamme.org,James Daly," Camping the way it should be; cabins, woods, fun, fellowship, hiking, bon
 www.okdc2.com,," One of few traditional camps left in Sullivan County. Located on private groundsAll sports. Self confidence, self discipli
 er@cfthomeless.org,http://www.coalitionforthehomeless.org,Beverly McEntarfer, Started in 1984 as the first camp in the nation created
a.gov,http://www.camproanoke.com,Greg Martin, Camp Roanoke offers a variety of outdoor activities in a beautiful mountain setting for
 ttp://www.njms.org,Melodie Hessling,
  tor@hotmail.com,http://www.ffgc.org,John Morand, WeKiva is a nature/ environmental camp for 3rd-8th graders. We are located in We
/www.soarnc.org,"Becki Burnett, John Willson, and Laura Pate"," SOAR provides adventure experiences for youth with LD and AD/HD. Pro
ala@prospectheightsparkdistrict.org,http://www.phparkdist.org,,
 rg,http://www.montymca.org,Lenny Rivera, Pre-camp and post camp hours available.
 w.salvationarmy.org,http://www.highpeakcamp.salvationarmy.org,Tim Sunderland,
706,info@campstoney.org,http://www.campstoney.org,Administrator, Bishop Stoney Camp and Conference Center is a Ministry of the Ep
  salvationarmy.org,,Major Chuck Whiten,
 //www.camptioga.com,Mike Wagenberg & Mike Kuznetz," Our campers have the time of their lives. We focus on fun, friendships, and fan
 on_carrie@timhortons.com,http://www.thcf.com,Carrie Patterson, A non-profit organization that provides quality camp experiences for
  w.ucg.org/youthcamps,Steve Nutzman, Variety camps in the US & abroad. Specialty is team building & relationship development. Visit us
kenan@gmail.com,http://www.lockportymca.com,Luke D Cantor," YMCA Camp Kenan gives kids a safe, fun and positive camp experience
w.philarmh.org/ourprograms/ronaldmcdonaldcamp.com,Cindy Candela-Ryan,
 lkdllink.net,,Warren Kaestner," Christian camp, retreat, conference center. Provides program and facility in setting of natural beauty for r
om,http://www.greenwoodtrails.com,Owen Langbart," Choose your own trail! Family owned coed camp offering affordable 2, 4, & 6 wee
www.nighteaglewilderness.com,Bruce T Moreton, Through earth based activities boys learn to live and play in a spirit of cooperation rath
  g,http://www.ymcamidpen.org,Danny Koba, Values based day camp program.
 ossroads4kids.org,Joanne Fay, A small family-style environment teaching youth ages 7 to 7th grade healthy ways to cope with stressful sit
  nma.org,http://www.sjnma.org,LTC James Kebisek," We offer a fun military & adventure skills training camp for boys that promotes lead
utdoor rustic day camp for campers to explore crafts,teambuilding, outdoor living, sports, skating, canoeing, biking, & fun in the sun atmos
 ca.org,,Tina Darling," Where great experiencex build great kids in spirit, mind, and body."

 ymca.org,http://www.indymca.org,Natalie Brake,
mca.org,,Margie Gill," We build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities."
ne.org,http://www.campfuninthesun.org,Lisa Randall," Dedicated to children w/diabetes, A unique opportunity to share experiences and
 rtle.org,http://www.thepaintedturtle.org,Jeremy Zinger, A summer camp and year-round care center for children with serious medical co
 http://www.fernwoodcove.com,Jim Gill," Super staff spirited welcoming community. Build skills, friendships, and traditions. Choice instru

 ringhillcamps.com,http://www.springhillcamps.com,Keith Rudge," Christ centered mission enabling kids from over 40 denominations to g

  aren Pace," Camp Pinnacle Conference and Retreat Center is dedicated to God: to lead people to Christ, to develope Christian character a
 pandretreatcenter.org,http://www.monroecampandretreatcenter.org,," Relate to God, others, world, and self in the outdoor setting."
 du,http://www.pci.sdsu.edu/ub/,Tomasa Mauricio," Upward Bound Summer Residential Camp prepares students for the psychological, so
 s.org,http://www.gscoastalnc.org,Renee Pelletier," Join us for a week of fun and adventure. Make new friends, learn new skills and have a
 w.tulsacountyparks.org,Cherrie Lewellen,
aett@cincinnatiymca.org,http://www.ymcacampcreekwood.org,, To put Christian principles into practice.
 @rlapd.org,http://www.rlapd.org,Heidi Wodrich,
 p://www.camprec.org,, Camp ReCreation is a non-denominational residential summer camping program serving Northern California child
  rg,http://www.gshom.org,," Girl Scout camp housed on 216 wooded and hilly acres. Girls can spend their days swimming, horseback ridin
 rg,http://www.jacobs.urjcamps.org,Jonathan Cohen, A Jewish place at a southern pace-That's what the Henry S. Jacobs Camp has been pr
  amp.org,"David Okubo, MD"," Established by leaders in diabetes and camping in 1962. 4 weeks, 3 family weekends, and 5 winter weeken
org,http://www.campfire-usa.org/,Rick Taylor," Summer day camp and spring or fall environmental education. Beautiful lake, woods and
 dation.org,Danny Kerr," The Aloha Foundation's day camp for K-7th graders. Two-week sessions, transportation, great activities and fun."
  y_morris@uss.salvationarmy.org,http://www.uss.salvationarmy.org/uss/www_uss_mwvyouth.nsf,Capt. Tony Perez, The Salvation Army
  r@flumc.org,http://www.umsummercamp.org,Mike Standifer,
 ca.org,http://www.southcountyymca.org,Jennifer Martin," Day camp situated in beautiful southern RI. Traditional, pre-school & teens are
  aptain Dwayne Durham,
partners.org,http://www.mcleanhospital.org/cns,Melissa Morin," Pragmatic language (social) skills training for Aspergers,NLD,HFA. Develo
 fenn.org,http://www.summerfenn.org,Beth Johns-Thomas," General Camps: arts, adventure, sports, swim. Specialty Camps: ceramics, pa
  nfo@campliveoakfl.com,http://www.campliveoakfl.com,," 1,043 acres in N Miami Beach. Environmental hands on science program and n
 //camp.ymca.org,Tom Madeyski," Western horseback specialty camp in mountains east of San Diego. Spectacular trails, excellent instruct
 6448,camptekawitha@gbdioc.org,http://www.camptekawitha.org,,
  p://www.childserve.org,Melody Bruns,
http://www.tjccshalom.org,Scott Zorn," To provide a safe, inclusive, fun environment for all children."
phapitok.org,http://www.camphapitok.org,,
mca.org,http://www.bccymca.org,Steven Hamill," A variety of team building, leadership, recreation programs for families, teens, scouts, re
maryanne.killeen@ahrcnyc.org,http://www.ahrcnyc.org,John Farmer, Harriman Lodge offers an alternative vacation for adults with mild to
  ,http://www.coppercannon.org,,
 c.org,http://www.ahrcnyc.org,Savita Sharma, Camp Anne offers a structured yet relaxed camp experience for children and adults with sev
 laymca.org,http://www.amblerymca.org,Jennifer Scheetz," To translate the principles of the YMCA's Christian heritage into programs tha
 net,http://www.crystalspringscamp.org,, A Christian camping facility that offers a wide variety of opportunities for spiritual growth. All ca
mp.com,http://www.alohabeachcamp.com,Eric D. Naftulin," Day trips to Los Angeles and Ventura County's best beaches, lakes and water p
  ://www.christiancamps.neg,,
  ://www.airacademy.org,Bob Campbell, The Premier Youth Aviation Camp. Since 1984 EAA has hosted thousands of students on voyages
  nsinyouthcompany.org,http://www.wanderwisconsin.org,Cheri Wilson," Based in Madison, Wander Wisconsin specializes in unique trave
  fgreateratlanta.org,http://www.girlscoutsofgreateratlanta.org,Kathy Elliott," Our camp's 300 acres provide an excellent backdrop for a ca
ubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org/southshore,Ellyn Einhorn, Mass Audubon's Discovery Day camp provides an opportunity for kids
  org,http://www.campwatchaug.org,," Serving the Westerly & Chariho towns in RI to the Mystic, Stonington & North Stonington towns in
  rg,http://www.westohiocamps.com,Eric Witte," Serving all people for Christian birth, growth, and renewal."
  nch@gmail.com,http://www.archkck.org,Deborah & Dana Nearmyer," Camp Tekakwitha is a premiun catholic adventure camp. Scripture
 com,http://www.blcdance.com,Kirstin Spielman," Dance camp for teen-age girls. Modern, ballet, tap, jazz. Stress guidance, choices. Wate
  jccmw.org,http://www.jccmw.org,Caryn Symons," Offering 6 different programs that celebrate camper individuality. Camp Gadol, Camp
 er@aol.com,,Mrs. Lori Stricker," Full activities program: kindercamp, day camp & girls travel camp. Lunch & snack provided daily. Swim in
 tsgcnwi.org,http://www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org,Leslie Worcester," The program offered at Camp Greene Wood aspires to help the Girl Scout
 puskids.com,http://www.campuskids.com,"Jani Brokaw Williams, CCD"," Monday through Friday, home with the family on the weekend.
ch@pilgrimparkcamp.org,http://www.ilucc.org,Deborah and Jim Jarvis,
 l.edu,http://www.4h.unl.edu/camp,Lindsay Shearer RN,
@woodmen.org,,Farris Watson,
 Venus Franks,
 h@ymaryland.org,http://www.ymaryland.org,Bret Bucher," Whatever your child's age and interests, look to YMCA camping for a safe an
amp.com,http://www.brewsterdaycamp.com,Milisa M Galazzi," BDC welcomes 280 campers and 90 staff from 14 countries + 30 U.S. to 4
 ://www.sparkthewave.org,Tom Coyne," Fun, 6-day camp trains teens to be better volunteers/leaders. Hands-on skills of leadership and c
 ymca.org,http://www.tiffinymca.org,Mikki King,
 org,http://www.rap.lacity.org,,
 dscenter@yahoo.com,http://www.pinelandscenter.org,Timothy J Goodwin, Christian camp offering programs for children and youth to e
mhead@scfymca.org,http://www.scfymca.org/programssummercamp.php,Michelle Head,
  ,http://www.ntier.org,Kevin Dowling," Northern Tier provides canoe trips in Ontario, Manitoba, and Minnisota and cold weather/snow ca
p://www.bsaseabase.org,Paul Beal," The FLA Sea Base offers Scouts and coed Venture the FLA Keys through, sailing, SCUBA or camping. T
org,http://www.bearlakecamp.org,Dennis Tomkins, Offering outdoor programs and facilities for physically challenged individuals and grou
 ontiernet.net,http://www.campminnesota.org/kingswood,Paul Harcey," Service Camps, Day Camps, Adventure Camps. Come join Camp K
 www.campminnesota.org,, To assist in supporting wilderness encounters with God leading to Christian discipleship and stewardship of cr
ampminnesota.org,http://www.northernpinescamp.org,Robert Ford,
  mp.com,http://www.starlakewildernesscamp.com,Brianna Ostoff,
 camps.com,http://www.wellspringcamps.com,Kim Mueller," Wellspring is the only weight loss camp exclusively for young women, and th
  nr.org,,Julie Rockowitz," Caring, nurturing, and safe environment. Varied age appropriate programs, fun and games. Strong swim program
@highsierracamp.com,http://www.highsierracamp.com,Scott & Lisa Shaffer," Wilderness adventure in the Tahoe Nat'l Forest for 8-17 yea
 ttp://www.sandycove.org/themarsh,Tim Nielsen, The Marsh is a Christian summer day camp for children ages 6 - 14. Make summer mem
 liff.org,http://www.campbeechcliff.org,," Camp promotes a balance between active & creative with emphasis on being outdoors. Kids dis
es.org,http://www.gscoastalnc.org/campindex.html,Renee Pelletier," Join us for a summer of fun and adventure. Make new friends,learn
urt Podeszwa, Camp For All is a year-round facility specially designed to serve the needs of people with chronic illnesses or disabilities.
ey@gslakesandpines.org,http://www.gslakesandpines.org,,
 outhcamp.com,http://www.columbusyouthcamp.com,Chuck Kime, The Columbus Youth Camp has been a place of laughter and learning
  .hawkins@lcfymca.org,,Heather Hawkins,
treat@comcast.net,http://www.lakehuronretreat.org,Ann Emerson," Adult retreat center open to all churches, faith groups & not-for-pro
 @crystallakeparks.org,http://www.crystallakeparks.org,Sandra Jones-Thompson," One summer at camp, a lifetime of memories"
ampweaver.org,Jamie Cosson, Camp Weaver has been serving children for over 50 years.Still the best secret in North Carolina. An experie
kr.com,http://www.campkr.com,Irene Drantch," The Ultimate Jewish coed sleepaway camp experience for children ages 7-16. All land & w
 coutsofwesternohio.org,,Kelda Heitkamp, Resident camp and rental usage keep Camp Myeerah busy year round. Owned/Operated by th
 ranch.com,http://www.bearriverranch.com,Lori Martin," More animals and science programs than anyone. We have more than 200 anim
 rris@gpymca.org,http://www.summeratthey.org,Heidi Morris,
www.eastbaycamp.org,Deb Townsend,
 http://www.gswise.org,Tracy Watson," Outdoor action, fun, friends in an all girl environment that builds courage, confidence, independe
 outsksmo.org,http://www.girlscouts.net,Kara Kellerman,
mca.org,http://www.hvymca.org,Daniel Williams," Campers experience fun, safe program delivered by mature staff. Our day camp teache
apo.org,http://www.campwapo.org,Char Sunde, International Village campers welcomed to a multi-cultural learning experience in God's
mpwapo.org,,Al Johnson," Welcome to (A Place of Growth). Luther Dell offers a great opportunity to spiritually grow through our rustic set
 ydin.org,http://www.keewaydin.org,Ellen M Flight," Canoeing and Hiking trips w/full in-camp program. Character-building experiences in
 @paliadventures.com,http://www.paliadventures.com,Ian Brassett," a unique summer experience, nestled in the San Bernadino Mtns of
 m,http://www.iroquoissprings.com,Mark Newfield,
mp.org,http://www.ycamp.org,Jen Segelken," Situated on 560 scenic acres of lakes & pinelands, day & overnight camps. A quality experie
 pgh.org,http://www.deervalleyymca.org,Todd Brinkman," One of the finest family camp experineces. In south-central PA. 120 acre lake, h

mca.org,http://www.campcormorant.org,,
p://www.henryhornercamp.com/redleaf,Anthony Warner," Camp Red Leaf a Residential Summer Camp designed to serve youth & adults
hthouse-sf.org,http://www.lighthouse-sf.org,Tony Fletcher," With its completely accessible environment Enchanted Hills camp employs a
w.campjumpstart.com,"Jean Huelsing, RN", Weight loss is amazing but the gain in self-esteem/self-confidence is awesome. Health profes
trus-gs.org,,,

 .gov,,Toby Tobin,
 com,,Dennis Coutts,
g,http://www.indy.gov/eGov/City/DPR/Pages/IndyParksHome.aspx,Joenne Pope," Geared to campers ages 6-12 with physical & intellectu
  ,http://www.indyparks.org,Joenne Pope,
p://www.phoebeneedles.org,John Heck," We believe every young person should have an opportunity to attend summer camp. We create
 org,http://www.campstgeorge.org/,,
  aspokane.org,http://www.ymcaspokane.org,,
 tp://www.swiftnaturecamp.com,Jeff & Lonnie Lorenz, Our small camp provides a nurturing place which promotes a child's curiosity forna
www.Avid4.com,David Secunda," Fun & safety focused outdoor pursuits each day. All activities are age appropriate, including ROCK CLIMB
 ://www.campkudzu.org,,
  k12.mo.us,http://www.rockwood.k12.mo.us/bableroec,Becky Puckett," Back to nature, back to fun. Come enjoy the outdoors in a day ca
 e.com,http://www.camphorseshoe.com,Jordan & Fran Shiner," Camp Horseshoe is known for its exceptional facilities,meaningful traditio
@liu.edu,http://www.liu.edu/summercamps,Dorene Angevine," We provide an opportunity for campers to bond & build relationships thr
@massaudubon.org,http://www.massaudubon.org,Erin Kelly,
 ptlc.com,http://www.hamptoncountrydaycamp.com,Dave Skolnik & Doris Rosen," We teach children the skills of making and keeping frie
 ,oaks@worldimpact.org,http://www.the oakscamp.org,Dana Stewart," Where people of all cultures, expecially from the inner city, experi
mputercamps.com,http://www.computercamps.com,Mike Currence," 'Where Technology Meets Traditional Camps.' GA, IL, MA, PA. Game

eagleriverdaycamp.com,http://www.Eagleriverdaycamp.com,Barry Wasserman," Eagle River Day Camp is located on a beautiful 32 acre c
h.org,http://www.kansasgirlscouts.org,, GS of Kansas Heartland and serves girls from 80 counties across Kansas. Starwood Outdoor Cente

 t-fitness.com,http://www.campdynomite.com,Lisa Bonuguide Neal," Camp Dynomite is dedicated to providing a safe & healthy camp en
kschool.org,http://www.parkschool.org/summer,Mary K Russell," Summer@Park provides varied and flexible programming for children a
wood@peoplestelecom.net,,," A Wildwood experience provides high quality experiential education, adventure education & outdoor educ
daytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,,

tion.org,http://www.victoryjunction.org,Mary Beth Fraley," One of the Assn of Hole in the Wall Camps, our mission is to enrich the lives o
horagemuseum.org,http://www.anchoragemuseum.org/camp,," Investigate ancient artifacts, paint masterpieces or build robots this sum
 ail.com,http://www.njelks.org,Todd Garmer," Elks Camp Moore is a residential special needs camp located in the Ramapo Mountains of n
 ca.org,http://wallingfordfamilyymca.org,Joe Crispino, Let your kids be our kids. Join Camp Ulbrich today
.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Jennifer Frey,
 mcaonline.org/index.php/Programs/Day-Camp.html,Mike Humbert,
mp.org,http://www.lakevalleycamp.org,, Free camp programs for qualifying families. Lake Valley Camp works exclusively through partner
tleyc@ymcarichmond.org,http://www.shadygroveymca.org,Clay Mottley,
/www.abingtonymca.org,Ramon Ryan," We build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Come join the fun at the Abington
 /www.campodyssey.org,Dr. Harlan Eagle, Camp Odyssey's purpose is to provide a magical place of happiness and excitement. A place to
 2,rezoffice@admin.fsu.edu,http://fsu.campusrec.com,Jordan Merrick," Camp Flastacowo caters to children ages 8-16. Canoeing, sailing, k
rg,Lisa Maynor, Camp Cornerstone...Because every child is destined for greatness.
5-8973,dimaynard@ymcasouthcoast.org,http://www.ymcasouthcoast.org,Donna Maynard," Traditional camp & sport specialty camps ag
 dmymca.org,http://www.dmymca.org,,
 /www.skyranch.org,,

titute.org,http://www.ocean-institute.org,Linda Blanchard,
daytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Rob Dent," Your kids wiil be safe, make new friends, learn new skills and most of all, have fu
rg,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Rob Dent," Your kids wiil be safe, make new friends, learn new skills and most of all, have fun!"
 ummerdaycamp@sj-jester.org,http://www.sj-jester.org,,
-3833,alidag@c5yf.org,http://www.c5yf.org,Alida Garcia,
erday.com,http://www.boulderday.com,Kevin Ebner/Samantha Endersby-Smith,
unswick.org,http://www.eastbrunswick.org,Karen Theer," For over 50 years, The Township of East Brunswick has been providing children
 ampwayfarer.com,Jim Bob & Nancy Z Wilson,
yer@woodmen.org,,Ray Curtis,
 w.calleva.org,," Calleva offers 1 week adventure camps. Pick an activity and learn it. Sail, climb, kayak,mtn. bike, raft, fish, horseback ridin
@tds.net,http://www.boston.goarch.org,," Metropolis of Boston Camp is a general camping program. Daily schedules include Orthodox Ch
rnschool.com,http://www.malverndaycamp.com,Tracy McCandless,
n.edu,http://www.usu. csun.edu/sunnydays,Jeremy Hamlett,
 5yf.org,http://www.c5yf.org,Jeff Cohen, Develope positive assets in todays youth encouraging them to achieve their full potential throug
 http://www.campkindle.org,, Serving children or youth infected with or affected by HIV/Aids.
rry@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Teresa Perry,
 gswny.org,Janet DePetrillo, Camp Piperwood is located in Victor NY & offers a variety of activities and programs for individual growth and

 m,http://www.campgi.com,Chana Kramer," The Best Camp for the Best Children...Your campers make friends & learn about Jewish cultur

 10@yahoo.com,,Rev. Mary West," The mission of the CMBC Summer Youth Camp is to partner with families to teach children lessons tha
 /www.ganizzysb.com,Rabbi Zalmy Kudan, The Best Jewish Camp for the Best Children...Yours. Gan Izzy-made from the best staff on earth
 ison.org,http://www.campharrison.org,Dave Purcell," YMCA Camp Harrison is a spectacular tract of 1438 acres of woods, streams, and tr
 ion.com,http://www.summit-vision.com,Larissa Kopestonsky, 7 Summits Camp is founded on the belief that healthy decision making & p
  zu.org,http://www.camparanzazu.org,Tammie Shelton," Camp Aranzazu is dedicated to enriching the lives of children & adults with chro
  ttp://www.alsipparks.org,Ashley Adsit," e offer a great summer day camp for kids in grades 1-8. Play games, swim, attend field trips and m
 w.cs-yc.com,Rob Lang,
smith@ymaryland.org,http://www.ymcamd.org,Kim Auker," A human service organization dedicated to developing the full potential of e
st.net,http://www.dyfofindiana.org,," DYF_Camp till the cure since 1989, The Diabetes Youth Foundation of Indiana has been educating,s
  ww.campjrf.org,Rabbi Isaac Saposnik," The official camp of the Reconstructionist movement. Sports, arts, ropes course, aquatics, outdoo
nmeadows.com,http://www.camphiddenmeadows.com,Thomas Bryant," In the beautiful Allegheny Mountains, program fosters growth a
://www.lakevalleycamp.org,,
  ky@pinnaclesports.org,http://www.pinnaclesports.org,Rich Garbinsky," Indoor/outdoor day camping offering sports instruction, athletic


ncieymca.org,http://www.muncieymca.org,Jennifer Carrier," At Apple Tree Child Development Center YMCA, we demonstrate YMCA best
 com,http://www.campevergreen.com,Jim Loscutoff," We are a traditional day camp that encourages physical, social, & creative developm
 ttp://www.gsri.org,,
 incinnatiymca.org,http://www.ymcasofky.org/html/kenton_county_branch_ymca.html,Merilee Meschefske,
 nefits.com,http://www.teamsterscamp.com,,

 org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Gayle Horton,

 riedbergjcc.org,http://www.friedbergjcc.org,Sue Lederman," The largest campgrounds on Long Island, largest private pool complex in the
  w.woodmencamp.org,Elizabeth Anderson,
  .aspiretrp.org,Marilyn Moore, Camp Hope offers camp activities to individuals with and without disabilities through a fun and safe learnin
   edore@myep.us,http://www.myep.org,Cokie Ikerd,
 98 x601,732-932-1197,rosasr@rci.rutgers.edu,http://www.spark.rutgers.edu,Rosa Salgado Rodriquez," SPARKS mission is to provide a ric
 g,http://www.indymca.org,Monica Richardson," A summer of fun. A lifetime of memories. Sports, traditional, preschool, enricment, and l
 ,http://www.camppathway.org,,
 www.gsri.org,Beth Bergeron,
  w.gsri.org,Dorothy Pansa,
 a Rudow," Camp Veritans is a day camp offering fantastic activities on 64 acres including Red Cross swin instruction, sports, creative arts,c
erizon.net,http://www.pinevalleybiblecamp.org,,
  om,http://www.ticcamp.com,Emily Riedel, The Washington area's premiere technology & sports day camp. Staff ratio 4:1. The excitemen
  /www.campoakhill.org,Peter Rochelle," Co-ed Christian camp, ages 7-17, offers swimming, ropes, field/gym games, archery, Bible, canoe
 or@cgirunningsprings.com,http://www.cgirunningsprings.com,Rabbi Hertzie Richler,
 mmercamp@bankstreet.edu,http://www.bankstreet.edu/camp,,
 tt.Bailey@great-circle.org,http://www.bgtm.org/programs/mwlr-aboutus.htm,Brett Bailey,
 www.hope-pc.org/camp,,
 ttp://www.girlscouts-gsci.org,Billie Waddell," Each summer Girl Scouts of Eastern Illinois offers a variety of camp adventures packed full o
  amp@aol.com,http://www.fundamentalssportscamp.com,," The goal of our camp is to provide quality sports education to children. In ad
 rnell.edu,http://www.campwyomoco.com,Marie Wixner," Traditional camp experience, 6 day camp. Non 4H welcome. Campers sleep in
  //www.netopsummercamp.com,Stephen Hallowell," Boys overnight camp in Casco ME featuring sports,water activities,rock band,film, w
  fire-al.org,http://www.campfire-al.org,,
  hool.org,http://www.conserveschool.org,Cathy Palmer," Outdoor summer adventure mixed with serious learning. Academic and camp p
w.charishills.org,Rand Southard," Charis Hills is a Christian camp for kids with learning differences such as ADHD, Asperger's and high funct
  il.com,http://www.asrieec.org,Tracey Hall,
  http://www.campketcha.org,Liz Tully," Our day campers, ages 3-14 can enjoy sandy beaches on a private pond, pool, hiking trails, and a w
 p://www.valpo.us,, This summer let me be...me! Discovery Camps is where I can be me!
 http://www.kenwaldaycamp.com,,
 g,http://www.jccotp.org/nkdc,Stacy Budkofsky," Camp programs strike a healthy balance between structure & creativity,competition & t
  ,info@allsaintsTexoma.org,http://www.allsaintstexoma.org,Gareth Kalfas, Our program is to provide a Christian place for God's people;e
 ciymca.org,http://www.ciymca.org,,
 ubs.org,http://www.wbgclubs.org,,
dence.org,http://www.ymcyoprov.org,Maria Piccirilli," Established in 1950 our camp encourages children to grow socially, physically, and
 //www.bgcpawt.org,Kery Kozlowski,
  owatelecom.net,http://www.thearcjc.org,,
2-324-6359,sjobin@rbaymca.org,http://www.rbaymca.org,Marivel Ramirez," Summer Stars Day Camp offers an array of character buildin
  gmail.com,http://www.covenanthillsvt.com,Kelly Alderman,
m,http://www.campvictory.com,David Nelson, It is better to build boys and girls then mend men and women.
   iymca.org,http://www.ciymca.org,,
@ciymca.org,http://www.ciymca.org,Jacob Munyon, The Venture Family YMCA is an organization operated by people who believe that bui
 oan.price@ciymca.org,http://www.ciymca.org,,
  .silva@ciymca.org,http://www.ciymca.org,,
mcarichmond.org,http://www.ymcarichmond.org,Adria Kilbreath," At the Midlothian Family YMCA, we believe in the potential of every ch
 ongrockcamp.com,http://www.strongrockcamp.com,,
   Becky Saad,
  n Young, Camp Kaizen is a fitness camp for overweight girls ages 10 to 14. We offer a 5 week resident program. Learn healthy lifestyles an
 www.naturesacademy.com,Jessica Adams," Camp Lovewell is situated on a 22 acre working farm. Mature trained counselors supervise fu
  e.com,http://www.camptimberline.com,Isaac Bartholomew,
@aol.com,http://www.campstone.org,Yehuda Rothner,
 www.dmymca.org,,
 renze@dmymca.org,http://www.dmymca.org,,
 a.org,http://www.dmymca.org,Holly Vickers,
 ridge@skybest.com,http://www.laurelridge.org,, A mountain place set apart for forming disciples of Jesus Christ who live and learn in com
 adallas.org,http://www.collincountyadventurecamp.org,Kevin Spaeth,
 http://www.aquarium.ucsd.edu,," Dive in for an exciting summer where campers can explore the ocean from top to bottom. We are dedi
 du,,Anita Graham,
@fanwoodscotchplainsymca.org,,Shannon Frank,
www.lutheridge.com,Rev's Tim and Mary Canniff-Kuhn," Lutheridge serves all ages with programs for 1st grade through senior high. Christ
 gmail.com,http://www.dges.org,Joe Barr,
  perience.com,,,
  .campmotorsport.com,Diane Tyrrell CCD," The coolest camp on wheels! Camp Motorsport, a car and go kart driving specialty camp for ki
ecamps.com,http://www.diamondridgecamps.com,Steven Bernstein," Day and Overnight Camp with 2, 4, 6 & 8 week sessions. Traditonal
 //www.tourettecamp.com,, offer residential camp programs for children who have tourette syndrome.
om,http://www.bushyhill.org/,,
  anford@usw.salvationarmy.org,http://www.kroccenter.org,Andrea Sanford, The day camp provides children of all ability levels the oppo
  .org,http://www.svdpdet.org,Ken Pullis," Camp Ozanam serves youth whom the world wounds, oppresses,isolates,rejects & marginalizes
Huelsing RN, The Living Well Village houses HEALTH camps and WELLNESS programs across the life cycle.
 @courageouskids.org,,,
nymca.org,http://www.elginymca.org,,
 a.org,http://www.elginymca.org,,
 ecamp.com,http://www.chestnutlakecamp.com,,
 .com,http://www.camphaverim.com,Itzik Ben Sasson," Our Jewish day-camp fosters friendships and engages campers in fun, interesting
 //www.caraway.org,Jeremy Jackson, Camp Caraway provides extraordinary experiences for boys to facilitate social and spiritual growth. W
 ey," YMCA day camp that lets the child explore the great outdoors through 26 different camps. There are camps for the sports lovers, tho
p://www.pendola.org,Lori Rosene, Camp Pendola offers traditional summer camp experiences for girls and boys. Catholic values are pract
 anbirdsanctuary.org,,,
b@owensboro.org,http://www.owensboroparks.org,,
 m,http://www.campakeela.com,," Camp Akeela offers a top-notch, traditional camp program in a small and supportive community that h


 //www.campfirefw.org,Diane Phillips,
 n@blackhawkymca.org,http://www.familyymcabhc.com/,,
 p://www.ebparks.org,Jeremy Saito,

 hd.org,,, Give your kids a summer of adventure at the camp voted best in the South Bay! This summer will be one to remember at Advent

ycamp@smokeriseministries.org,http://www.smokeriseministries.org/camp,Gregory Burdett,
scouts-gsci.org,," Girl Scouts of Central Ill offers a variety of camp adventures packed full of outdoor fun. We build self-confidence,enhanc
ww.camprisingsunnm.org,Laura White," Camp Rising Sun is an inclusive summer camp for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and

 p://www.dragonflyforest.org,,
 a.org,http://www.gapiedmontymca.org,Tracey Milush,
  ://www.camphuawni.com,," Started in 1965 and still family-owned/operated today, Camp Huawni is a co-ed summer camp in East Texas

www.campglen.com,,
sschnitzler@daytonymca.org,,,


 ban@ymcanyc.org,,,
ymcanyc.org,,,
 p://www.lakedelawareboyscamp.com,,
//www.diin.org/camp_delafield,Kristin Baxter," Camp Delafield is an integrated summer day camp for youth with specific learning disabili
 gov,,," Camp Friendship is a summer day camp program in Gahanna Ohio that offers a fun, safe & educational experience for youth ages
@howellnaturecenter.org,http://www.howellnaturecenter.org,Richard Grant," A complete year round conference, environmental educat
 rolandelli@yahoo.com,http://www.riveredgefarm.com,," The riding program is designed to build confidence, teach riding & horsemansh
camp.com,Brian Cohen & Danny Kahn," At Beam kids learn to make things happen through the fine and manual arts, technology and colla
.net,http://www.cherokeeretreatcenter.com,,
jccpgh.org,http://www.jccpgh.org,Liza Baron," Located on 100 acres. Our program offers a full day of fun including sports, arts & crafts, n


 ies@ymcasl.org,http://www.shermanlakeymca.org,Luke Austenfeld," Great indoor and outdoor facilities for resident and day campers wh
//www.campjori.com,,
ek.org,,Tim Vanden Bos," Among majestic trees, unspoiled air & star filled skies. Sessions for dad's with son or daughter."
 @indymca.org,http://www.indymca.org,Anthony Dean, Day camp serves all of Hamilton Co. Sport Art Teen Preschool camps. Character d
 lcott@daytonymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Jeni Wolcott,
 outh.org,http://www.bgcmonmouth.org,Katherine Dinolfo,
  458,erinctrs@aol.com,http://www.swsra.com,,
sbcglobal.net,,Rev Jenni Liem,
m,,Timothy Craig,
ualartscamp@massaudobon.org,, Art and natre focused camp with fun ad creative activities. A variety of themes for ages 3-14 and extend


mberly.damiani@itascacc.edu,http://engineering.itascacc.edu,Kimberly Damiani,
zzed.com,http://www.campjoy.com,Laurie Pfahler,

 sohio.org,,Darlene Honigford,
 ks.org,http://www.wheatonparkdistrict.com,,
w.alohafoundation.org,,

mer@taboracademy.org,http://www.taboracademy.org/summer,Noel Pardo," Coed, day & residential program located on Sippican Harbo
rrison@gadnr.org,http://www.georgiawildlife.com,,
 @gmail.com,,,
  83-2279,summer.lazenby@akchallenger.org,http://www.,,
 ,jzislis@gojcc.org,,,
d@yahoo.com,http://www.handinhandqc.org,Mark Smith,
 71-0494,ganizzyla@gmail.com,,,
http://www.chewonki.org,Genell Vashro," Chewonki is on Fourth Debsconeag Lake, surrounded by 90,000 acres of conversation lands. Ou
  oneschool.org,http://www.thecornerstoneschool.org,Cheryl Gans," Outdoor adventure oriented camp, small group activities, hiking in lo
 ,http://www.gs-top.org,Summer Littlejohn,
wkeye.com,http://www.camphawkeye.com,Garrett Colgan-Snyder,

 -il.org,http://www.campnageelamidwest.org,,
wport.org,http://www.bgcnewport.org,Lauren Schmieg,
camplakotah.com,Cliff Clauer, Lakotah offers an extensive traditional co-ed overnight and day program for youth and families enabling ea

tp://www.jccoc.org,Audra Martin,
sconsin.com,http://www.ramahday.com,Benji Bearman, http://www.ramahday.com/
net,http://www.kidzklubsummercamp.com,,
e nonprofit groups to Camp Sierra to coordinate their program with the full support of our staff. Camp Sierra is located at 4800-elevation
,dwhite@chapelrock.net,http://www.chapelrock.net,,

 /www.princetonymca.org,Paul Zeger, Camp M.V.P. is the ideal program for the young athlete who can't get enough of sports and loves th
as.org,http://www.smountainymca.org,Lisa Drogon," Creative Dramatics Camp explores the magical world of theater. Campers learn skills

rs.org,,Tim Fox," Sensational day program is an Esy Program for school aged children or the Autism Spectrum. Special Education Teachers
 es.org,,Kari Cromwell,
onymca.org,http://www.ymcaonline.org,Rob Dent," Your kids wiil be safe, make new friends, learn new skills and most of all, have fun!"
 nter@alaska.net,,,

 stonscamp@yahoo.com,http://www.kingstoncamp.com,Lisa-Beth Sanford,
@paloaltojcc.org,http://www.paloaltojcc.org/camps,Michele-Bridget Ragsdale, JCamp builds confidence in children & introduces them to
28,740-349-8535,heather.hawkins@lcfymca.org,http://www.lcfymca.org,Heather Hawkins,
du,http://www.recservices.ken.edu,John Krehnovi,
gmail.com,http://www.ticcamp.com,Jeffrey E Greenstei, The Washington area's premiere technology and sports day camp. Staff ratio 1:4

tp://www.galileo-learning.com,Tajalli Horvat, Save up to $200 at Galileo programs when you enroll by March 1! Welcome to Galileo Learn
w.annarborymca.org/programs/summer-day-camps/camp-birkett.php,,
 ttp://www.cvnpa.org,Stacey Heffernan," Jr Ranger Day Camp in Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a unique program that gives campers a

.org,http://www.jointhej.org,Katie Karmel," Camp at the J offers fun, exciting activities. Campers of all ages enjoy a great outdoor waterp
om,http://www.elcalivingwater.com,Daniel Smith,
calivingwater.com,http://www.elcalivingwater.com,,

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e, stimulating experiences in a Christian outdoor setting. Recreational/Personal Growth."

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o grow, make new friends, and participate in fun and exciting activities."
m builds strong kids, strong families, and strong communities."
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mp in mountains above Palm Springs.

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young campers.
mphasis on 1st time camper, memories to last a lifetime, highly trained staff. Wonder Valley Family Camp avail in Aug."

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e, open all year for all ages & interests."
 g aquatic skills taught, beautiful lake & ocean settings. Lmtd Enrollment. Much Individual guidance & attention."
fires. Spirit filled counselors, worship & Bible study."

ng, honesty, respect and responsibility are pillars to live by. All are welcome."
s to provide a beautiful mountain facilty for group camping, emphasizing the needs of the disabled."
mping ministry of Pioneer Clubs in middle southeast. All campers welcome. Low camper to staff ratio. Adult staff.
transportation in fee, swim daily, be in same group with friends. Entering our 56th successful year."
ctive activities in the out-of-doors like Tom Sawyer & Becky Thatcher."
mic, ethnic backgrounds. All girl environment promotes independence & self-reliance. Life changing experience"
 ratios offering every camper a personalized experience. Extended day services available 7:45am-5:30 pm.

ew log cabins sleep 8; beautiful high desert."
 . Where youth experience the joys of nature.

 lanned program in Big Bear Lake. Serves girls grades 2-12."
 s. Door-to-door transportation. Safety, fun, personal attention for your child. Established 1954."
  program with a variety of activities on the shore of beautiful Huntington Lake, Sierra National Forest, since 1933."
asis on nature, crafts and social skills. Parent-child weekends in the spring."
 lations , cooperation & independent living."
 . We also have family & special needs programs."
 s with experiences including rock climbing, crafts, & campfires - all in a safe, nurturing atmosphere."
ny facets of Jewish life. Specialty programs: athletic, artistic, wilderness. Kosher."
  of a great outdoor experience. Children are separated by age & gender and sleep in fully enclosed cabins."
rrounded by the amenities of Griffith Park and the exciting city of LA.
part of our program. Join us for the magic in Malibu.
 ension of fine programs offered during the academic year, including outdoor education, sports, equestrian, arts, and more. OVS is located
  260 acre wooded site at 4200' in the Cuyamaca Mountains."
gram plus specialty activities for 7th-11th grades. Overnights in meadow and camp outposts.

 logy, sailing, canoeing, horses, cycling, wilderness trips, and American Heritage skills."
 omy. Campers thrive in noncompetitive caring atmosphere."
  County residents.
 r experiences that build self-esteem.
 meadows & lawns; family-like envir. Advent & fun used to stimulate healthy esteem; posit. envir, individ choice 20 acti."
 ows healthy bodies, minds, and spirits."
a's 5 acre day camp in a safe setting while cooking over the fire and taking part in archery, camp songs, and skits."
conomically disadvantaged youth."
 perience is all about. A camp for ALL youth."
 ding, outdoor education & children's summer camp. Join us in the beautiful Santa Barbara Mountains."
  ities for underprivileged children between the ages of 7-12, residing in Los Angeles Cnty."
 -art facility designed & built especially for the young child ages 3-6 years of age.
 enerstone of of our high return rate. We focus on campers first. Transportation provided.
sponsibility and self-discipline."
 w through activities,gaining a sense of self & feeling part of a community. Activities include swimming,sports,arts,music & drama. At Cam
 500 acre mountain ranch. Home grown food, positive role model staff, a wide choice of outdoor activities. Our 72nd year of fun."
 ocuses on Christian heritage of the YMCA in a rustic mountain setting.
ms for 1st - 12th grades. Rental facilities for church and para-church groups."
ernational & American counselors provide caring guidance."
munity for children grades 1-12 & developmentally challenged children and adults. Beautiful mtn setting. Good food, fun."
promote a wholesome environment for inspiration, renewal, worship, education, fellowship, and recreation."
  l size gym, outdoor play area for kids in K-6th. Offering swimming daily, fun field trips and Jewish culture."
 dent camp for Los Angeles area kids who live at or below the federal poverty level.
 nment with an emphasis on caring, honesty, respect and responsibility."
e week academic program, three week recreational camps, or our one week surf camps."
 re confident at volunteer-led camps."
 ational program. A unique camping experience for all.

ng, summer and winter for kids 5-12. Breakfast and snack provided along with arts, sports, computers and more."
 iego's high mountains. Character building experiences.
ce for youth of all backgrounds. Exploring nature, developing social skills, lasting memories."
 ers coming back. Safe/exciting adventures/personal growth. GREAT MEMORIES.
 n coast, is the premier Jewish resident camp in the Pacific Northwest with varied activities."
on Girl Scout campers welcome."
 t.McLoughlin, emphasis on safe quality programs. Wkly theme sessions."
mphasizing living skills, values, and self-esteem building."
 om Pacific Ocean. Girl Scouts & non-members are welcome.
environment."
 odlands, Hale Day Camp offers the perfect backdrop for a summmer of outdoor exploration and fun for children ages 4-15"
ountains. A traditional camp experience for all ages.
nt has been Big Lake's goal since 1962. Each summer our carefully selected staff lead hundreds of young people from over 150 countries o
ailing, windsurfing, canoeing. Special trips."
milies affected by type-1 diabetes. Providing innovate programs combining education & recreation"
 ed children and adults. Helps establish independence, friendships and varied recreational opportunities."
 eir own programs with the full support of our staff. Enchanted Hills is located 10 miles west of Napa CA. Nestled amid majestic coastal red
portive atmosphere. Special programs in horseback riding (E, W, vaulting), high adventure, beach."
ren & adults with disabilities. Our mission is to help campers achieve greater self-sufficiency"
rs-Private Lake-Individual Programming from 35+ Activities. Mature & Caring Counselors. Memories for life.
hip training, rock climbing, arts & crafts, fun."
   is a non-denominational Christian camp. Our program consists of small cabin groups and mature staff.
oordinate their own programs with the full support of our staff. Valley of the Moon is located in Glen Ellen CA, at the heart of the camp is
  Summer Camp minis try is to provide a safe environment where kids can learn about God and his creation, develop healthy relationships
mily camp. Group rentals for retreats and conferences year round."
 e Great Commission to coordinate their own programs wiith the full support of our staff. Community of the Great Commission is located a
 eds, high and low ropes course, program activities, miles of hiking trails in a beautiful Redwood Forest."
   instill, strengthen leadership skills. Through outdoor programs youth are taught respect, responsibility"
 erience a positive, meaningful and challenging summer adventure. CYO camp has been providing this experience to the Bay Area for over
 , archery, tennis, ropes course, batting cage, soccer. Resident RN. Coed fun, safe & challenging."

 n of the Jewish culture in a supportive, safe atmosphere."
 les from the beach. 65 year history, original family owners. Activities include horses, pools, ropes, trapeze, fencing, adventure. Enjoy fun-
 tivities: Horsemanship, climbing, aquatics, crafts, archery, more. Focus on Christ, friends, teamwork."
amps throughout the summer months in an incredible facility and outdoor settig. Please visit our website for details.
 for oneself & others in a noncompetitive supportive environment.
 m with the full support of our staff. Camp Cazadero is located northwest of Santa Rosa in the rolling hills of the Russian River. Come & en
arm water lake in a pine forest. Small cabin groups and high counselor/camper ratio.
ort of our staff. Monte Toyon is secluded among coastal redwoods just inland from the shores of Monterey Bay & a few miles south of San
 n. Focus on building self-esteem & growth in social & sport skills. 1:4 ratio"
 al summer camp for children and adults with disabilities. Traditional, free-choice programs, cabin, outdoor and travel camping."
 ffers hiking, biking, service, language study abroad, field studies & writing programs to students finishing grades 4-12. For 26 years we've
 creation and education. Convenient drop off locations and hours.
Horseback riding, swimming, arts & crafts, nature activities & leadership development"
 oy horseback riding, swimming, boating, hiking, archery, riflery, rock climbing & more."
 ating, ocean beach, nature activities,l eadership development, wilderness travel and more. & more"
 to anyone looking for fun, excitement, great outdoor experiences and special programs."
young people ages 9-17, and families, focusing on active exploration and enjoyment of the natural world."
chee. Our scenic camp offers 13 acres, log cabins,ropes course,waterfront & hiking trails."
 ed & trained staff. Rustic experience in caring & supportive atmosphere. A very special place for kids since 1947.
 . Outdoor Ed and Leadership programs. All in quiet & secluded lake front setting w/camper planned programs for small groups.
tanding coed prog, individual choice 20 activities, sailing, sports, riding, arts and crafts, & garden"
 d and forests, natural lake, spectacular view Mt Ranier-watersports, hiking ages 8-12, wilderness ed 13-16, low camper/staff ratio"
  God's beauty in a camp setting.
 p living & camper involvement in planning activities. Outstanding teen programs. School Environ Ed."
ent all or parts of camp. Very well-kept facilities. Rustic setting, modern kitchen, pvt lake."

zing the core values of respect, responsibility, honesty, caring, faith & fun."
 vironmental ed prog year round.
adership, stewardship and conservation. Emphasis on self discovery and community living."
  earthskills, camper planning, FUN."
mpers develop self esteem,independence,and leadership with the support of trained caring staff."
n, creativity, self-confidence, enviromental awareness & time to play."
am with craft and game electives based on age and interests. Experienced dedicated staff.
e camp family. Creative & diverse programming. Wilderness expeditions in the Soutwest's canyons and mountains.
re all about. Your child will be guaranteed a safe, fun and wacky summer."
 12-day backpacking and 8-day horse programs. Scenic wilderness located in NE New Mexico in elevations 6700 feet to 12441 feet.
 ott Nat Forest. Enjoy: horseback riding, archery, team challenge, arts, sports, and many more. See website for details."
h horseback riding, backpacking, kayaking, waterskiing, rock-climbing, or mtn biking."

es, 30+ choices: horses, waterski,tennis, hikes, ropes course & more fun. A place for children to enjoy childhood."
 intball, high ropes, giant swing, dirt boarding with one goal...to build character of kids."
 me in the Jemez Mountains of New Mexico."
 irl centered and foster self-esteem and cooperation
  fe, fun, & challenging activities in a supportive community honoring our rich western heritage."
nter & fosters self esteem & cooperation."
st in noncompetitive, caring atmosphere. Incredibly qualified & fun staff. Think YMCA."
  kpacking, bicycling, nature study, swimming, crafts, outdoor skills and new friends"

 f, quality program including trips, challenge course and horsemanship."
 ith caring, certified staff. For ages 5-15."
 d girls 7 to 17. Our mission is to impact lives for the better through fun, relationships, and spiritual impact!"
ette Burrows," Harlem Y day camp is the place to be. There's fun, there's games & activities, So, 'Come on down so you can see.'"
 canoes, nature, arts & crafts, water-skiing, swimming, ropes challenge course."
elping people grow in body, spirit, & mind."
 tivities which strengthens family life, respect for God, Country, body, & mind."
 ience the Love of Christ in unique settings and new ways."
 g individuals & groups to grow in Spirit Mind and Body. Build strong character with focus on the YMCA care values.
acilities. Make life long friends, learn new skills & have fun. Modern, air-conditioned facilities."

 n. We offer a normal camping experience for children with diabetes.

 p. Quality horse program. Girls: 1-2-3 wks, June & July; Boys: 1-2 wks, Aug."
 at inspire, build and strengthen relationships with God, his creation and each other."
 sailing, arts, crafts, sports, archery, skin & scuba, fencing, waterski & more"
 llenge course and more."
 hildren & adults with disabilities. We concentrate on camper's Abilities, not disAbilities."
ps & overnights.
 tic and nature activities. Non girl scouts are welcome."
nity through noncompetitive activities and camper-directed programming.
  diversity of programs by trained & qualified staff in a safe place."
 choose from. Warm supportive staff; outstanding camper/staff ratio. Beautiful surroundings."
 ampers learn cooperation, sharing, teamwork & friendship. Fun activities include: swimming, horses, tennis."
h camp and retreat center on 381 acres in the beautiful Berkshires. Established 1941 co-ed ages 7-18."
 ment to Judaism and Israel, Camp Young Judaea fulfills its mission,educate, inspire, and enrich."
hasis on the child as an individual outstanding staff field trips.
aiting to happen! We are located in the Colorado Mountains and encourage all campers to enjoy nature and themselves while building sel
  thru hands-on activities, aquatics camp-outs and more."
with a strong emphasis on building a Christian faith.
 er, leadership and skills. 85 Seasons of family owned and operated summer time growth, fun, friends."
 children & adults with disabilities. Outdoor accessible experiences in a challenging setting.
ky Mtns. Jewish heritage, study and services, outdoor program, sports, creative arts, and lots more."
eme prog for campers of all backgrounds. Rich heritage; leadership emphasis."
o care for others in a natural mountain setting."
 th at our co-ed mountain camp. We provide the opportunity to develope team work & outdoor experiences.
 CO Rockies 8200 ft. Varied programs, horses, low rope course, canoeing, zipline, camping etc."

nturous program. Personal growth emphasis. Mature, caring staff. Exciting wilderness trips, plus outstanding in-camp program in the Colo
ime & extended hours available. Regular day camp plus baseball sports camp."
 e kids, all abilities. Safe, loving, environment, spiritual growth & personal challenge."

 oor education, badge work, affordable."
 s on outdoor skills, recreation & water activities. Non girl scouts welcome."
 ding summer snowbard & skateboard camp since 1989. World class facilities, & professional coaching in a fun, safe environment."
 hasis on camper growth & development. Non Camp Fire members welcome"
 re top priorities. Noncompetitive, esteem-building programs that are age-tailored."
 alty horse camp. leadership training. School year environ. & conference programs avail"
  camp, conference and retreat center set on 300 acres of Oklahoma woodlands and prairie. We are centrally located just 2 miles off I-35."
motes creativity, social skills, cooperation & enrichment."
essee River offer young girls learning adventures in a warm & supportive atmosphere.
one is treated with dignity and respect."
ng support so campers belong, contribute, and grow. Open year-round for retreat rentals."

 , medical, and developmental challenges."
 of enrichment classes and adventure activities that encourage and foster intellectual, social, and physical growth."
ar Atlanta. We are one step on the way to your daughter developing into a strong, self-assured young woman."
 ms: 1600 acre mtn top setting, Blue Ridge Mtns, Western Carolinas. Int'l staff & campers."
 ture programs. Join us beneath the pines at Camp Toccoa, where every child is special."
mps with Christian values for boys and girls since 1956. Over 30 activity choices. All-inclusive fee. Emphasizes personal attention with low c
night trips; small groups, nurturing environment; fantastic staff, great campers."
 dventure activities in an unsurpassed wilderness setting for girls 7 - 17.
hildren sharing their life experiences.
y from stresses of real world and a thread woven into tapestry of Jewish American experiences.
 arating age-appropriate program. Fabulous staff. Dynamic facility. Kosher.
 e offering traditional programming. Non scouts welcome. Campers housed in cabins, buildings, & platform tents."
undance of cultural, social, religious & recreational programs"
oors. Emphasis on building self-confidence, having fun & making friends."
 rams in sailing, motorboating & popular land activities, horseback riding & leadership development."
 r boating, 18 hole golf course, adventure programs & many traditional camping activities. Spring, summer, & fall"

 cing God's transforming love through communion with God's people and creation.
 ill-building and fun in a warm, nurturing environment."
 tunity to spend their summer in a place of spectacular beauty, adventure & fun, set in the Allegheny Mountains of W. Virginia one incred
 . The Kerr Lake Cove is the place to be. Ask about group camp."
nd adventure. 5:1 camper/counselor ratio.
phere and the opportunity to make lasting friendships in the outdoors.
nurtures the child while fostering a connection with the land and the simple joys of childhood.
 y strong aquatic and equestrian programs.
 ety of programs for girls.
wide variety of group &individual activities."
ebrates 72 years of excellence. One and two week sessions ages 7-16. Nationally recognized water programs."
 n camp setting, sister camp to Timberlake for Boys."
ns of N. Carolina near Asheville.
  NC. Coed wilderness tripping program offered. Christian emphasis.
 ng activities such as swimming, horseback riding, sports, art, sailing, kayaking, campout, drama, small groups with amazing staff."
de. Non Girl Scouts welcome.
 ironmental ed program. Weekend leadership & ropes program. 'A classroom without walls.'
erative extension office for a 4-H center near you.
  onders of the underwater world with teens 12-17 since 1966. Dive into summer at Seacamp. For all the sea has to teach us and all the fun
well as the environment of South Florida. We give girls the opportunity to be involved in their programming. We strongly believe in buldin
  ive disabilities. Increasing independance while building friendships & experiencing recreational opportunities.
m tents. CIT program. Progressive riding program."
weeks or all summer. State-of-the-art pool complex nestled in forest provides unique experience.
 ity limits, 10 acres with woodlands, small lake and a pool. A place to play, to learn, to discover, to grow."
 lity with excellent ropes course & horseback riding prog
& character. Accredited equestrian program, amazing ropes course, awesom riverfront."

 offers countless activities for youth 5 to 15. Christian emphasis.
 ent. Resident camp programs build self-esteem and skills. Camp programs encourage healthy interactions, outdoor activitiesand hands-on
evelopment. Resident camp programs build self-esteem and skills. Camp programs encourage healthy interactions, outdoor activitiesand h
 . All girls 5-17 welcome."
Outstanding staff. Fun summer in a boy's world. Horses, tennis, ropes course, water slide, riflery, climbing."
 on-camp activities, 15 off-camp trips. Outstanding staff, caring atmosphere."
number of traditional camp activities are blended. Northwoods setting.
  science camp for gifted and motivated learners grades 2-12, nurturing, hands-on learning, fun."
ages 7-14. We offer a place where children of all backgrounds & experiences can come to broaden their own experiences.
nce, noncompetitive atmosphere, overnight camping program, 57 super summers."
mily owned /operated since 1944. Excellent facilities and a challenging, fun program."
  , to genuinely share Biblical truths. Goal setting, team building, community, worship."
At the heart of WeHakee is relationship. Grow,learn,make lifelong friends. Over 30 activities and fun-loving staff. A Dominican ministry sin
mainland & 5 acre island. Traditional, noncompetitive, character stressed. Caring staff. Be yourself. HAVE FUN."
 l attention & scheduling. Pristine northwoods lakefront. Outstanding facilities"
 hysical disabilities 6&12 day sessions. Dedicated staff, tradtional activitites, safe yet challenging programs youth & adults."

ding. Beginners to advanced. Other activities, sports, crafts, drama, and complete horse care. Choice of 1-10 weeks."
 ldren opportunities for fun, learning and adventure. Emphasis on building relationships & self esteem"
nment that builds confidence & self-esteem. Leadership training.
take risks, have fun, and learn about themselves, others, and the outdoors."
 steem, social & personal values stressed. Traditional program & adventure trips."
and mild cognitive disabilities and children with diabetes. Family camp weekends and facility rental from Sept-May."
unities, traditional pgm & Canada canoe trips, fish from our Canadian island lodge."
phere in Wisconsin's Northwoods. Individual choice of extensive water activities including waterskiing, land sports & activities, & many wi
atics, wilderness trips, teens, family camps, youth ldrship, kayaks and land sports."
portive environment for both camper & parent."
 n-scouts welcome. Caring environment teaching independence.

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e of Salvation Army camping is serve the needs of campers: Physical, social, and spiritual. We serve children in SW OH and NE KY."
m is Christ-centered and small-group oriented. Exceptional staff.
cility. Caring atmosphere with opportunities to grow & have fun."
ial, day, and retreat and conference center serving the central Ohio area."

f-esteem building. Diverse staff promotes acceptance."
ties to develop individual self-esteem & socialization, cooperative, & physical."
 of all ages experience God's love and joy within a Christ-centered community.

 us on developing close relationships between children & staff for positive role modeling.
n fostering self-esteem.
velopment through creative programs with excellent role models.

  disadvantaged youth & youth with medical conditions in resident camp.
gned to promote wholesome fun, develop horsemanship skills and to help youth build a relationship with Jesus Christ."
 values-driven community, offering arts, nature study and special themes."
uding Judaic programs for children of all abilities
sailing & ropes course, 960 acre campus, 3 mile shoreline. Kosher."
woods lake setting. Girls experience unconditional acceptance in an exciting challenging nurturing community.
oods lake setting. Boys experience unconditional acceptance in an exciting challenging nurturing community
alized balanced program. Expert instruction. Exciting wilderness trips. 120 staff. Diversity welcomed.
 eautiful Ozark foothills at Missouri's premiere residence camp.
 building to sleeping under the stars - enjoy all the fun at Camp Cedarledge."
 mp adventures packed full of outdoor fun. We build self-confidence,enhance teamwork,encourage creativity & girl planning. GSCI Camps
 pping programs. Camper to staff ratio 2 to 1. We are committed to kids, the outdoors and having fun."
ng communities where children, primarily from disadvantaged families, develop character & competence. School year activities also."
 n community building, cooperation, discovering personal best, responsibility, leadership."
 to explore their interests, discover their strengths & ambitions, develop lives of good character. Real teens, real life results."
y have built our reputation. Teen leadership a specialty.
of activities. Year round programs: sports, enrichment, after care."
ure, mad, sports & horse. 250 acres, great recreation activities, great staff make great camp weeks for youth development."
l setting for kids to learn about themselves, others, and the outdoors."

 ortation. Hiking songs swimming environmental education center.
ovides the facility and the group provides the staff and campers.
ent, responsible women. A general camp program full of fun and adventure just for girls."
  of the Ozarks. Rustic camp setting."
 fun, learn about Israel, and celebrate Judaism by living it everyday."
he Woods in northern Minnesota. Live, love, laugh, and learn at Laketrails Base Camp!"
osphere which fosters individual growth at the campers own pace.
us. 1 week session for boys; 5-1 week sessions for girls."
an outdoor setting.
s sport camp & college preview focusing on computer use.
 before & aftercare. Resident camp programs for ages 5-17. We build caring confident youth & future leaders"
mas Tree provides an introductory outdoor experience for children ages 4-16.
 eautiful Turtle Mountains of North Dakota. Serving Lutherans & other Christians.
self-esteem development & spiritual growth.
ps are open to children and adults with or without disabilities. Day, week, and weekend camp options."
 hat has a warm caring family atmosphere. Over 30 activities. Visit our website to learn more."
er w/3.5 miles of lake shore, great facilities & outstanding camps & other programs for youth, families & adults."


 e including campfires, songs, games, shopping at the camp store, swimming and boating, journaling, arts and crafts, as well as the discove
y through wilderness experience.
 autiful 2000 acre working ranch and fun-filled family environment."
 ed ministry through creation and community.
 c growth. This growth produces greater success at home and in school.
  that build confidence and outstanding memories of fun and friendship. Quality staff. Independent daily signup
 mping & respite care to children of all abilities & adults with disabilities.
 /water activ. 1:3 staff/camper ratio; 2-8 wks + golf, tennis, family wk., video/brochure."
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 ronment with exciting programs to meet contemporary girl need and enable girls to grow strong.
0 land/water activies; 1:3 staff/camper ratio; 2-8 wks + golf, tennis, family wk., DVD/brochure."
eem group cooperation through challenging adventures 600 acre island.
gful experience for youth through outdoor activities. Become a part of the tradition."
 fe hands on experience including campfires, songs, games, swimming, boating, archery and more!"
dable price. Independent girls keeping it simple while making great like minded friends. Campnewyago.org
 mile of lake front provide many opportunities for discovery adventure/watersports.
 ent diabetes enjoy camping activities while learning diabetes management. Camp Motto is 'I can handle it.'

d program with excellent wilderness trips. Character development, individualized programs and strong traditions for girls."
ng experience for children with diabetes that will help them to develop & maintain active, healthy life styles."
 1953. Emphasis on fun, friends & improvement of diabetes self-care skills. Family camps offered."
d traditional camp offering summer camp programming in a fun and exciting environment.
 ers thrive in noncompetitive atmosphere traditional camping programs specialty camps technical tree climbing
while having summer camping fun too.
 ams incl Env Ed, horses, theater. We build self-esteem."
 ironment where children learn to play together, build social skills and gain self-esteem."
nts they never knew were there while creating friendships that last a lifetime.

 r children and adults with mental retardation and developmental disabilities.
 ts of fun in a caring, Catholic environment that emphasize Catholic values and actively celebrate our Catholic faith. Located on the shores
un in a caring, Catholic environment that emphasize Catholic values and actively celebrate our Catholic faith. Located on the shores of bea
n themselves, others and nature."
 a balance of spiritual, recreational and personal growth opportunities, in a variety of programs"
n in an outdoor setting through traditional and adventure programs with positive staff role models.
or teens in the USA, Hawaii, Alaska, Europe, Asia, South and Central America, Fiji, Bali, and Africa."
 filled & supportive natural environment.
amp program that is peaceful and tons of fun.
  Activities include swimming, arts & crafts, etc."

 the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee. Building character in boys through athletics,mountain trips with a professional staff."
m & teamwork. Sail, climb a lighthouse, & splash in crystal-clear Higgins Lake, while living in a caring Christian community."
  adventure. There's sailing, boating, fishing, swimming and an Aqua Jump. We offer day and resident camps."
 h a wide variety of opportunities. Promoting independence & personal growth.
 t need ventilator or other respiratory assistance.
activities. Wilderness setting & trips. Character development-100 plus year tradition.
 wth-adventures;nurturing relationships with God,others,creation,and developing independence."
 vide quality year round camping experiences for children and adults with disabilities.
  campers on high tech, science adventures in a mountain setting."
tewardship $ cooperationn through work, play & the arts. Great food made from local organic ingredients as much as possible. Year-roun
velop outdoor skills, great adventure. Grow spiritually in small group Bible studies. Fun programs for kids/teens/adults."
  East of Cleveland. Affil. w/ Association of Cedarbrook Camps-Faith, Friends, & Fun."
 fers year-round recreational, theraputic, and educational programs for children facing serious illnesses and other physical, emotional, and
s skills for backpack-canoe trip."

pirit. Located on 165 acres including 4 lakes, cliffs, a cave, a natural bridge & thousands of trees."
providing a camp setting for bringing people to a saving knowledge of Jesus.
 h and without special needs. Located in Northeast Ohio. Activities include swimming, horseback riding..."
 eater hill, archery range, large play field. Traditional, noncompetitive program. Leadership training."
of Cleveland residents.
 ive in noncompetitive, caring atmosphere, opportunities to belong, learn, contribute."
 ence in medically safe environment.
 ng camp for blind, disabled infants, children, adults and families. Beautiful ambiance & independent living."
place to have fun & make friends. A well rounded program permits all campers a chance to experience all phases of camp life
 urages campers individual growth at their own pace.
 mosphere of care & understanding. Ohio's premier private camp."
haracter through outdoor adventure, friendship and plenty of safe fun."


ores of Lake Erie. Traditional programs with outstanding, staff offers a wide variety of programs and great memories"
 n with serious illnesses & life challenges to experience the joys of childhood & grow in their confidence and capabilities. Also have session
ams feature swimming, canoeing, arts & crafts, horseback riding & more. Open to all girls."
  ive in noncompetitive, caring atmosphere, opportunities to belong, learn, contribute."
heir siblings.
 y, fairness, caring. 60 college-age staff. Traditional yet progressive programming."
creation and respite services to children & adults with disabilities in Iowa.
phasized. Traditional camp."
   rolling hills of eastern Iowa. Come, join the fun."
nity living skills, fun and laughter."
  lop campers and foster new friendships everyday. Our exceptional programs teach new skills and activities through the direction of our P
 l Iowa. Adult & youth retreat facilities. Full summer program. Programming help available.
 rough life together in an outdoor atmosphere. Many opportunities for Christian birth, growth, and renewal."
  kids learning and having fun.Come & be a part of it.
petitive, cooperative setting. GS focus. Adventure programs. Outdoor education."
 oga's caring camp community. Varied program options and lifetime memories."
  ff for specialty camps, family camps, and rental groups. Pool, challenge course, & shooting sports offered"
 ing the core values of caring, honesty, respect & responsibility."
entures in the great outdoors, by campfire, on a nature hike, or during an afternoon swim."
ummer Camp, located on beautiful Cedar Lake in northeast Indiana's lake country, has a selective, unique program that combines academ
  MI (near South Bend, IN), Tannadoonah offers sports, swimming, boating, nature & science, art, team building & leadership programs an
door activities.Caring atmosphere with trained,loving,caring counselors."
available. Traditional program in a caring supportive atmosphere.
ront setting combine to give children a safe place to grow and have fun."
where people can grow in their relationship with Christ w/others & with themselves.
e youth for leadership & responsible citizenship in society by developing and nuturing the whole individual.
amazing facilities. Family culture. Affordable. Outstanding return rate of campers and staff. Parents love our camp too"
  dvantaged in Marion & surrounding counties of Indiana. With one session specifically for children with severe to moderate asthma.
 res. Healthy environment. Some programs: Horseback, waterskiing, sailing, town & high challenge."
 itional camp set in a beautiful oak shaded valley near Paso Robles. Sleep under the stars, experience outdoor living, hike,swim,sing, make
turous outdoor activities for persons with special needs.
  rking with social/emotional needs. We also have specialty camps for children affected by HIV/AIDS and for wellness. We work to make ca
 with disabilities from ages 8 and older during the summer months.
ability or chronic illness. Environmental education, retreats and adventure education program & horsesshoes of Equine Academy."
   experiences that lead to formation of personal faith within a safe faith community and to a stronger relationship to creation.
ve programs like horses and aquatics. Don't miss out on the fun and memories.
 laxed atmosphere.
e a learning environment with positive values. Activities focus on fun, friendship, teamwork."
 onal camp activities. Upscale, modern facilities. Low stress environment."
 tmosphere with opportunities to belong and contribute."
 s, land sports, creative arts. All in a supportive, fun, family atmosphere."
 hicago. Provides positive alternative to summer in the city with full program of fun and activities."
ampers can learn independence, new activities, and enjoy a safe camp vacation."
esteem, learn new skills, have fun, cabin group emphasis. High return rate of campers & staff."
hicago with horses, farm animals, woods, creeks, nature, crafts, and outdoor fun. Canoe, hike, leadership adventures for older teens."
 ame is the greatest of them all. Counselors are heroes."
  ng experience in the beautiful Northwoods. Visit our website www.kawaga.com"

 as role models to lead campers in a variety of safe activities.

tes personal and spiritual development for campers grade 2-12 in beautiful location.
 and unique actvities. Program focuses on 4 core values: caring, honesty, respect & responsibility."
stic cabins; traditional camping program.150 acres of unspoiled nature. Great outdoor fun: Swimming, hiking, horseback riding, archery, fi
 ons of sports and tradtional camp activities. Everything is a choice. Friends & memories last a life time. 800-236-CAMP.
a summer. Individual attention makes us more than a camp. It's a feeling.
  Pool. A/C, gyms/rollerblade court, high ropes program. Adult supervision."
 gram, & quality instruction in a close-knit community."
mp. We focus on buildingrelationships & teaching skills in a non-competitive, nurturing environment."
 rship programs provide experiences that allow participants to build self esteem strenghten values develop life long skills and have fun! Tr

 sapeake Bay, ride a horse, fly down a zipline, scale a 50' climbing tower -- and that's just the beginning..."
  on individual achievement & positive group relationships. Large private site. Sister Camp Woodland.
aditional program with emphasis on individual achievement & positive group relationships. Brother Camp Towering Pines.
campers in grades 2-12. We combine creative and innovative Jewish experiences with all the fun of summer camp. Programs in the arts, k
arts camps."
evement. 40+ activities, campers customize their own program 1:3 staff/camper ratio"
 ty limits of Saugatuck.
all with honesty and respect in a fun, safe and exciting atmosphere."
ained in the special needs of youth with diabetes.
  golf, mini golf, spy camp, teens. Friendly, experienced staff. YMCA values."
 ge service learning, and teach leadership skills while protecting the well-being of our campers."
 rs a variety of camp adventures packed full of outdoor fun. We build self-confidence,enhance teamwork,encourage creativity & girl plann
 ronment. 1.5 hrs N. of Chicago in SE Wisconsin. Wooded property on lake.
mmer camp for children and adults with special needs.
p lifetime skills. Brother/Sister camp offers best in traditional camping. Residential & tripping.
  ge, full recreational & Jewish educational program. Teenage L.D. program available."
  he hearts and minds of our campers in a nurturing environment.
or campers ages 3-15."
ago with pool; lake access for boating/canoeing. Girls live in platform tents; both GS and non-GS are welcome
co-ed groups,hands on nature explorationscooperative games,200 beautiful acres of forest,streams,& gardens for exploration"
enuine attitude in working with children.Teaching of skills is an easy way to reach children."
 sports, each child is given opportunities to grow to his/her potential. Harand's now located at Carthage College in WI"
  ish riding, climbing, aquatics, theater, trips. Many returning campers & staff."
  abins, motel-style retreat center, food service, climbing tower & many more opportunities."
confidence, responsibility, appreciation for outdoors, good leaders and friends."
g, Crestfield offers programs and facilities for children and adults."
  drilling, match play. Plus a wide range of instructional electives."
 . opportunities provides life-changing adventures in faith."
 t teach problem solving,develop creativity, build relationships and nurture faith."
n the mountains of Western Pennsylvania, on Slippery Rock Creek, is a place where children can experience God's love in nature & in his p
  reational activities, arts and crafts, music, swimming, all led by a committed staff."
 s1-6/16,2-6/23, 3-7/7, 4-7/14, 5-7/21, 6-7/28, 7-8/4."
 o, challenge adventure trips, equestrian, golf, tennis, gymnastics programs."
 ent summer camp experience for girls and provide the setting each needs to grow and develop life skills. Campers leave having learned o
 y atmosphere. Individual scheduling. Long-lasting friendships. Trips."
 nselors of all backgrounds learning and growing together. Off season ropes & enviromental ed programs
o persons with disabilities 3:1 camper staff ratio.
  of Cetral Virginia so that they might realize the intrinsic value in themselves and others.
  utposts. Open to families & groups year round.
  mall group living. High adventure, mission options. Learing skills for a lifetime of service and caring."
  a. Activities include swimming, art, nature, Isreali culture, music, sports, drama and dance."
a Christian community. Self-esteem specialty.
  ompetitive encourages responsibility, coop group building."
 ut 45 minutes northwest of Roanoke in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, offers children and adults with special needs the opportunity
dren with chronic health problems. Open year-round for family respite programs, partnering camps, rental and other programs."
 rograms. Tents, modern bathrooms, pool, good food."
  ping girls grow strong, opportunity to try new skills & share within a well supervised environment."
  red program. Great food. Camper/counselor ration 4:1. Traditional camp where fun abounds.
   place where 7 to 18 year old campers have fun, develop self-confidence, and make lifelong friends."
 recreation for 7 to 12 year olds. Excellent staff. Great home cooking. Mountain location.
study, worship, sailing, swimming, ropes course, group games, servant opportunities."
gram. Enjoy friends, fun, singing, swimming, crafts, nature, horsemanship,campfires & great food."
  beautiful setting perfect for learning about the outdoors in a safe & fun environment. Open to Girl Scouts and non Scouts. Give the gift th
ependence, lasting friendships, life skills and natural adventure to create the power of youth."
  r building. Christian emphasis with outdoor specialization, econ. disadvantaged."
enture trips. Christian community, caring & safe since 1930."
 l development via participation in a broad range of activities.
p experience for dependents of active and retired Minnesota National Guard, ages 10-12 and 13-15."

mer in a outdoor/camp atmosphere.
913. Sailing, canoeing, kayaking, sports, arts, rock climbing, high ropes, teen adventure trips and family programming."

  ful Bristol Hills region of the Finger Lakes/coed camp for youth and adults ages 5 & up. 76th season.
n with disabilities. 2:1 Camper/staff ratio. 24hr nursing. Qualified staff provide direct care as needed. Cabin living.
s together. Camp offers traditional day and resident programs. Visit www.girlscoutsfoothills.org
 p for Living Judaism has come to embody the transformative power of Jewish camping. Youngsters from the URJ's Northeast, Greater New
wim, tennis & drama. Positive, loving & traditional."
es and trips. Supportive cabin groups. Full season promotes social and emotional growth.
ers with special consideration given to our youngest and first time campers.
mental disabilities. Located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of PA. Limited day camp services available.
 ncompetitive and caring atmosphere."
 ful country setting. Strong staff and strong program, great waterfront. Established 1888."
 vidual activities. Daily scheduling from menu of choices."
 s. Extensive sports, arts, tripping. Emphasis on skill development and participation."
 ren. Confidence built via cutting edge program implemented by exemplary staff.
 t celebrates timeless traditional values, inspiring boys to seek something higher than their own self-interest."
  wn for its friendliness, fun and adventure. The camps have been family owned since 1905."
 am designed to build self-confidence, trust, discipline & motivation. Our focus is on teaching these & social skills."
  uring, non sectarian community offering non competetive environment for low and moderate income families."
  blend of wholesome fun & quality instruction in a warm, nurturing environment. Superb staff."
  ke. Supportive mature staff for an outstanding camp experience.
al events and trips in a Jewish oriented atmosphere
 afting, social action, hiking, Kosher."
 recreational social and educational activities.
 den, horse riding, aquatics, arts, music, drama, mountain hiking. Community work projects. Ratio 1:3"
 es to belong, learn, contribute. Traditional camp setting"
 al, instructional sports program in a warm caring and nurturing environment."
ampers experience an 'I can do it' sense of achievement. Specialty & traditional programs.
 . Quality experience in guided Christian living outdoors. Wide variety of activities.
ns plus father/son camping programs 'Building Christian Men from Boys' 'Because Boys WIll Be Men'
   can participate in traditional camp program as well as adventure programs
 in individual and team sports. Excellent water front, nature & hiking programs."
Safe environment. Good values. Fun, tradition, spirit. Great sports instruction, thoughtful approach to competition."
ay with better skills for getting along with others, greater independence, enhanced self-esteem, stronger Jewish identity and much more.

 ndly supportive environment. Great staff and superb facilities.
 ositive risk tkaing, its incredible campus, and its attention to the individual, have combined to create an extraordinary growth experience
atics on Mt Lake. Emphasis on values & community."
n, camps in the North Country."
 ities and hiking trails on a mile of shoreline. Caring and compasionate counselors help girls challenge themselves, have fun and build lifelo
 mping families. Traditional values,sports & skills. Superb staff,a great mix of kids in a top notch environment. See you at camp."

 ructured Jewish camp. Strictly Kosher. Always open for visit."
 al programming, age 10-12. Separate teen camp has an overnight trips."
with cancer.
 nal Christian camp for girls 7-14. Featuring, horseback riding, swimming, dance, cheerleading, art, Bible, soccer."
 ed, noncompetitive program with an exceptionally mature staff. Instruction in 14 areas. Family-run day camp celebrating its 54th season.
 ness program.
 ational activities in a fun, safe environment."
ed on caring and respect. Nestled in the Adirondack Mountains,lakeside. Instruction in all sports by talented staff"
ooperative atmosphere, lake setting. 4th generation leadership."
p programs in dance, theater, music,visual art sports, circus, and horseback riding programs."
 ild a summer to treasure-YMCA Day Camp! You relax knowing your child is having fun and sharing the values of caring, honesty, respect, r
 e environment. Features choice and group time, swimming, day trips/events, theme activities, and mini-sports clinics."
ditional program designed to help inner-city girls build social skills, self-esteem and increase academic achievement."
hool to second grade. All activities are age-appropriate except for swim lessons which are level-appropriate.
 s an array of outdoor activities for children ages 7-11 staffed by Christians, children will be shown Christ, loved & served."
 . We offer 2-8 week sessions to campers ages 6-16. Hilltop's nurturing, structures & positive community has over 60 activities to fill your s
 ont & trips.Excellent instruction.Mature & caring staff. A fun-filled summer to remember."
m Director," Providing Christian camping experiences in the Presbyterian tradition for children, youth, adults, and families."
r. Teen prog w/travel. Cabins have rustic living rooms w/fireplace & bathrooms.
 hristian staff. Open to all faiths."
ve, over 60 activities:horses, trapeze, all sports. Specializing in first-time campers since 1957"
  e oldest co-ed camp in the US. Camping at ots best: Swim and sail our mile long private lake. Explore our 700 acres. Canoe the CT River, h
 m climb, hike, camp, scenic lake, full water sports. Personalized programs; structured & elective."
ke Gaston. Built on a unique railroad theme with HTD/AC Boxcars as dormitories.
 ff. Strong instructional program. Land & water, team & individual sports, arts & trips."
 n. Individually elected activities. Caring staff. Intercamp games & sensational trips. Full and partial season campers.
y camp for kids ages 2-15. Unique Riverside location on beautiful grounds offers one of a kind programs in safe caring setting
xceptional all around camp activities. Est 1929
ummer camp it is an 'experience of a lifetime'. Top facilities, topstaff. Success in our community is based on attitude not aptitude."
ers thrive in noncompetitive setting under direction of mature staff."
at Pathfinder have been developed to ensure health, safety, & enjoyment for each child with enrichment in social, creative, athletics"
es. Modern environment. Diverse programs. Aquatics/sports/hobbies. High return of staff & campers.
 led & ADD campers. Traditional prog of excellence. 2:1 cmpr:staff ratio."
 ere, skill building in all sports dynamic arts & crafts programs."
un plus values & healthy relationships. We have stayed small, yet expanded our already top facilities."
 children the skills of making and keeping friends while building their self-esteem, self-confidence and resilience."
xcellence in teaching with patience, good humor and kindness. We believe in the unique worth of every child."

ping industry for over 100 yrs. Great 1st time camp. 25+ specialty activities, elective prog daily."
 es, broad based creative program which is differentiated by age & experience."
 iful scenic environment. Excellent athletic & art facility.
0 min from G.W.Bridge. Convenient pickups. Diverse program."
 orth. Warm caring staff. Strong arts, water, land sports programs."
 ed with non-stop activities, loads of opportunity for achievement and memories to last a lifetime."
heir dreams as they have fun, make new friends, develop new skills & experience adventure. Camp Echo is a private, traditional sleep a w
on wide-open fields, ride, throw a pot, act in a play, make friends, ENJOY."
 t. A natural lakeside setting and a caring atmosphere where every girl is special"
 adership. Teen & preteen travel, 7 heated pools in a sleep-a-way setting"
  n are challenged to dream and equipped to achieve those dreams.
 op facilities in incomparable Adirondack setting. Excellent instruction by caring, professional staff. A summer that is beyond fun."
 igious studies, Israel. Complete sports facilities. Heated pool, ropes crse, biking"
of athletics, waterfront, tripping & hobbies."
 western VA. Deserving youth sponsored by Elks lodges.
canoe, mountain, bicycle trips; strong sense of community; learning at own pace."
 ity. Diverse athletics, aquatics, art and adventure activities. Incorporates Jewish culture and values."
 tive movement.
  irls camp with world class sports/adventure/creative programs. 200 beautiful acres on lake. Warm family atmosphere/traditional values.
Accentuated by the beauty of Maine, Laurel boasts a first-rate staff, superb facilities and top programming."
e lake over 50 indoor buildings, 7 heated pools, hot lunch, transportation, air conditioned dining hall & indoor gym"
 wooded acres, 5 heated pools. Call for an appointment."

afts,special events & field trips. Safe,clean organized & most of all FUN for children in the Tulsa & surrounding areas."
   We offer fun and skill development in a safe, warm, and nurturing community."
 lley, small camp for inner city children with spiritual emphasis."
unique program for teens emphasizing: freedom of choice, prof. instructors, impressive facilities. Theater, music, dance, glassblowing, reco
ture & supportive staff, enabling children to learn new skills, make & keep friends, try different activities."
safe and connected. They'll have fun learning new skills and making new friends while truly having a summer to remember."
vides a variety of activities, including swimming. For siblings attending together."
allenging & fun outdoor programming."
around the Riverbend. The Breene family honors each child's individuality. Crafts, sports, swimming. Bus service included."
  ifestyles. Located on 6000 acres in Catskill Mts.
y to learn, discover, explore, challenge, create and make new friends in a casual outdoor environment."
perience with emphasis on sound medical management of diabetes."
   low income families in Middlesex Co."
  e atmosphere. All activities, door to door transportation, and lunch included."
 lude horseback riding, science, travel & Kinder Camp. We offer transportation & extended care."
   supervised, fun, and active program. (Teen Adventure and C.I.T. available)."
video, radio, riding, swimming, tennis."
 rogram for 4-12. Transportation & extended hours. Caring mature staff, owner operated 56th year"
drop our outdoor adventure programs. Skilled, fun staff, natural envir. & values based mission build strong kids and families."

 dults with developmental disabilities gain independence & build self esteem. Adapted typical camp activities.
 fferent countries. Programs are age specific and discovery based. Lake Ann Camp is nestled 15 miles west of fabled Traverse City and 20 m
s, & a retreat center for rental groups. Two private lakes & a wide variety of activities are available. Conveniently located in Livingston Cty
for people with disabilities. Activities typical of camps but adapted to meet the campers needs.
  safe & healthy camp experiences with positive role models. Campers have fun, build confidence & form lifelong friendships."
ce (11 labs), adventure, sports, and waterfront. We also offer arts & crafts, woodworking, archery, riflery, trips, ropes, climbing, sailing, ka
s to develop fullest potential in spirit, mind & body."

 nient, flexible scheduling for busy parents."
upervision. Mini sports camps. Bunk & free choice activities"
 es, Miniature Golf and lots of Camp Games Off-site adventure each week"
 onderful staff & campers .Seeking committed young people."
 g in our pool, canoeing on our lake, & our nature trails & exercise course."

 cs, sports, and arts activities to meet the interests of all campers. 2 pools, golf range, lakes, 10 tennis cts., etc"
orts, nature & Judaic culture. Camps include field trips, overnights and specialty camps."
 under leadership of child care professional YMCA staff.
 e friendships for a lifetime. Most land/water sports. Trips to Broadway/concerts. One on one nutrition counseling.
  of outdoor activities, including individual and team sports, climbing tower and lake activities for each camper."
 per is treasured & fun & growth are daily companions."
 Modern, year round facilities. Ideal for retreats/seminars. Available to groups."
d recreation as a Christian Camp. Favorite activities include tubing the Pocono Creek Rapids and zipline
 al challenge; on site nurse.
 oviding a varied, traditional program with over 45 activities including horseback riding. We offer 2, 3, 4, 5, & 7 week sessions for 140 girls
Lake, with 125 acres of forests, wetlands, fields and lawns."
 etic program. Family atmosphere. 64th Yr. Fun & friendship.

 n a safe and nuturing environment at our fantanstic facility convenient to Bucks and Montgomery counties.
music, theater, dance, visual arts, photography, video, recording arts, creative writing, sports and swim."
  life for children with chronic illnesses or major physical disabilities.
ple's lives by offering a life experience in a challenging and supportive environment
  40 activity choices. Exceptional trips. High rate of return. Cabins with screens. Located on lake.
p. Fun with great staff. All-around program.
 rafts, watersports, landsports, theater & outdoor tripping."

 music, dance, drama, Hebrew, outdoor fun, pool, lakefront act, emphasis on community and friends & Jewish family atmosphere"
er camp, Lake Owego 1/2 mile away."
ge of exciting programs for boys, men and their families."
truction- aquatics, sports, sailing, drama, arts; nurturing, caring staff & atmosphere."
dren from five county Philadelphia area.
 setting. Traditional programs plus exciting outdoor adventures and ropes challenge course.
 provides day & overnight camp experiences for children with physical and/or developmental disabilities. We also provide extended schoo
ms lives and cultivates lifelong friendships through caring for each camper. Activities include arts, sports, high ropes, swim, music and crea
ance, human relations, wonders of nature, & high adventure."
l programs of swim, sports, arts and outdoors. Instruction at all activities & levels. Great lunch & trans provided."
Timber Tops is sister camp 1/2 mile away.

 s to keep your child happy and healthy.
ve day camp serving the main line area under same family since 1956 all inclusive tuition.
viding every aspect of camping, fun & companionship. Join us"
 local Salvation Armu unit in the DC Metro area and the state of Virginia.

ment, horses, swimming, riflery, archery & more. Two week sessions of overnight camping."
with outstanding view of Blue Ridge Mountains."
activities taught by certified instructors, free bus service, 40 park-like acres, 3 pools, boating lake."

 oose interest area. Science, visual arts, theater or sports, and photography."
s & golf. Specialized clinics in lacrosse, soccer, waterskiing, baseball, football, hockey, & basketball."
  week sessions. Horseback Riding, Performing Arts, Fine Arts & Crafts, Sports, Aquatics. 2 hours from DC."
ure, and outdoor program activities for girl scout and non girl scout groups of youth and adults."
 hich leads to lasting friendships and unforgettable memories.
  on-site riding, swimming & boating."
 the Catoctin Mountains of Western Maryland. Experienced college aged staff.
 : sports camp, arts camp, teen camp & special needs camp."
es for youth & adults with disabilities. Travel, primitive, day camp also available with staff support to meet camper needs."
 ming that promote God-inspired life-changing experiences through retreat ministry, outdoor school, & camp."
medical support. No charge to campers."
sts, look to YMCA camping for a safe and fun summer experience."

wth in personal maturity."
  qualified trained staff, over 50 yrs in operation. Large program selection"
 lege. Sandy beach, swimming, canoeing & surfbikes. Christian, non-competitive, caring. Adventure camps, climbing tower, and giant swin
ue Mt. in Berks County Pennsylvania.
   featuring creative Jewish activities."
rip program. Transportation available. Contact on-site director with questions.
ential with communication disorders.
 of Sassafras River. All girls 6-17 welcome, resident camp and day camp."
make friends & are challenged by exciting activities."
with disabilities.
 ng, riding, etc."
er-planned activities, special events, and outstanding staff."
 amp activities in a beautiful island setting. Sister Camp, YMCA Camp Nokomis."
   of choice gives maximum attention to the individual girl. Emphasis on personal development in group living.
  am with emphasis on character development. Established in 1901.
upportive environment. Outdoor adventures rockclimbing hiking canoeing, open to all girls."
atmosphere on beautiful Sebago Lake - Celebrating our 100th summer and still run by the same family."
 ment. Huckins offers a nuturing environment where each camper may grow and develop her own skills.
d atmosphere increasing self confidence, respect and good sportsmanship."
  ,woodworking,sports,theater,trips.extended daycare.Voted best camp on South Shore for 2000,2001,2003,2004,2005,2006."
ntral MA. Land and water activities Arts, sports, adventure. Healthy menu, family environment. Many new facilities."
  Great food. Lobster bakes.
  esponsibility & choice. Superior instruction. Beautiful location"
d their families who live with threatening and chronic illinesses."
 anding facilities & staff. Active program including land & water sports. Effort - not competition is stressed.
ased in character development & provide a ware friendly atmosphere. sports, arts, nature, RedCross swim."
  esteem & community. Swimming, boating, arts, riding, campcraft, tripping, & CIT."
   Coed, traditional based day and adventure camp that offers fun-filled adventures with great, caring staff."
r lake. Programs blend tradition and innovation in a safe supportive community.
ative arts & athletics.1 1/2 miles lake front property. Close to White Mountains. Warm, friendly, family camp."
 forming arts. Great staff, great place, great fun."
 ampers choose activities with skills emphasized. Safety & fun"
e each week, wilderness setting complete with Moose. Join us for Fun."
ng staff. Transportation included, extended day p.m"
 etitive activities, strong camp traditions, register early."
 idual instruction in land & water sports, arts, combined with a warm family atmosphere ratio 2.5:1."
 ment. More than 90 yrs of excellence in YMCA camping.
 ts, horses, wilderness trips. Individualized scheduling. Lakeside family camp."
 ly off rope swings, build a tree house, laugh with friends, milk cows, eat great food, create amazing art"
ay life-long individual sports & crafts. Crafts and art are important, with 5 separate studios."
ve in noncompetitive atmosphere with opportunities to belong, learn, contribute."
here memories are made.'
dios. Nontraditional, noncompetitive, non-sectarian."
mphasis on personal development & teamwork. Campers choose traditional activities with focus on wilderness trips & waterfront.
ers,21 states,9 foreign countries,80% return rate"

s are full of fun out & indoor activities."

mping featuring athletics, water sports."
 200 ac private peninsula. Individual instruction, outstanding-mature staff."
m, transportation, extended day, and hot lunches. Half-day option for 3.5- to 4.5-year-olds. We also have a sports specialty program featu

ge, respect, appreciation, warmth & citizenship - where values matter & people thrive."
pers develop skills in activties of his/her choice. Lakefront location. Jewish camping experience. Kosher.
arm atmosphere. Structured so boys feel good about themselves. Strong sports instruction.
hievement. Inter-personal skills and lasting friendships are fostered within a warm camp community."

 rural/settings on a privatelake. Emphasis on skill building & making choices in small groups w/caring staff"
nal prog. Adventure course, state-of-the-art. Waterskiing. On Appalachian Trail."
d, warm, caring& fun. Program taylored to fit the individual. Celebrating 58 years in camping."
tanding veteran staff & happy positive spirit. Superb location and facilites. Private lake.
 ositive, and creative learning environment for children."
programs for children and adults with or without disabilities. Programs include activities adapted for all ability levels.
  nniversary in 2007. 30 states, 20 countries, 90% staff return rate, daily choice of activities."
 d lots of fun. Come & find out all about a God who loves you and a world that is waiting to hear! Staff are amazing!"
 es 7 to 7th grade to develop healthy social behaviors and to have fun.
nd excellent instruction in a family camp atmosphere."
horses & have fun. Also a great place to make friends because everyone here loves horses."
 draws people from their routines into opportunities to enjoy, creation, recreation & relationships so that all will experience God through
ng community led by great staff & based on Waldorf education. Harmonizing sports, arts & nature."

 old interestedin exploring the outdoors.
s, enriching activities, and leadership development. Swimming, boating, adventure, sports, art, games."
l lakeside setting in central New Hampshire pine forest. Enjoy swimming, drama, horseback riding and more. Today's kids. Tomorrow's lea
 phere & close guidance fosters the development of personal growth and confidence. Extensive program.
iful camp setting, aquatics, sports, arts, nature, ropes course, overnights. We build skills & self-reliance through fun & adv"
 leadership, sucess, sportsmanship, self-esteem"
grow through shared work, simple living, and meaningful responsibility in community service and caring for farm animals and gardens."
 ounter, hiking & nature trails, lake front, recreational facilities & rustic buildings."
amily atmosphere. We take care of children. Beautiful setting on a lake.
Outdoor activities in beautiful setting: Lake & mountains."
wimming, boating, and exploring the enviroment. Emphasis on girls taking active role in planning."
 rnational clientele. Elective program. Outstanding staff & programs.

 th guidance from caring counselors. Transportation available, a place for fun."
  with a camper/counselor ratio of fewer than 3:1 with a noncompetative program. Individual attention a reality.
  and children of hemophiliacs."
 e Mountains. Mature staff with lots of choice in a nurturing, warm, caring environment."
ualized program teaching skills & values in relaxed,caring,supportive atmosphere."
 am of sports, arts/crafts, music/dance/drama. Mature staff. Great facilities. Outstanding swim program. Ropes course."
 . Two experienced leaders guide canoe trips for 1-6 week sessions in Maine and Canada.
 with global view. Rustic cabins.
 s grow strong with opportunity to try new skills and share within a well-supervised environment.
ds of each camper non sectarian with noncompetitive philosophy.
r and many local attractions makes our camp something special. Fun in, on & out of the water."
nd, ropes course, nature center. Transportation available from many Greater Boston communities."
 ties with a Christian foundation
 nal residential summer camp. Also offering speciality programs for 5-9 yr olds and Special Needs campers.
 at state of Maine on a pristine mountain lake. Wekeela offers outstanding programming, dedicated staff and fantastic facilities."
onnecticut's summer tradition for fresh air, fun and friendship."
 ture study & wilderness trips for all. Nonprofit; year-round environmental education programs."
 nt camps. We focus on rich friendships & character lessons. Friendly to all since 1921. Chershire YMCA.
hammering, painting, building, climbing, talking, hiking, paddling, and swimming. Learn self-reliance."
  program. Character building experiences in safe, fun environment. Experienced, caring staff."
am for teens, 13-17. We are an international, co-ed, overnight camp located in Maine. Specializing in music, tennis, waterskiing."

 xperience. Wide variety of activities. Warm, caring staff. Kosher."
spirit. 650 acre lakefront site. Jewish camping experience. Kosher."
ay camp, & adventure camp that encourages children/families to live well with diabetes."
 ield, woodland and lake. Established in 1948 we serve boys & girls in a general camping program."
promote physical, intellectual, moral, and character growth."
al. Try new experiences and be their best."
 h amazing animals and friends, learn about conservation at home and abroad, and create memories that last a lifetime."
 snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, marin science, island ecology, underwater photography and video, mtn biking, fun."
 ntered summer Bible camp program,youth & family retreats, high & low ropes course, environmental education program."
e traditional camp activities while growing in their faith and developing character.
ke in Central NJ. Dynamic adult staff, college counselors & specialists with expertise in their program areas, provides a safe evnironment f
  staff serving NE Ohio. Children register through local Salvation Army. Nominal fee.


 ilies whose lives have been touched by cancer, violence, or sickle cell anemia."

p, 7-12 grade resident camp. 95 acres of woods, lake, animals, & challenge course."
Camp with missions, education, hiking, swimming, adventure, recreation."

ation for girls to learn independence, leadership & personal strength as they enjoy new & old friendships. Safety is our #1 priority."
 ldren at Camp By The Sea enjoy beach time, surf lessons and trips to fun filled locations. The camp offers a wide variety of activities as we
mps for children and young adults ages 5 - 21 with cognitive and other developmental disabilities. Locations in Parma, Lakewood, Wickliffe
  include swimming, horses, leadership training, tower climbing. Located near the Wisconsin Dells."
ectives. Extensive indoor and outdoor facilities. Outstanding staff.
h the World of God.
 eem building activities. Campers make friends. Nurturing staff serve as role models. Half & full day. Teen travel. Transportation. Hot lunch
unity atmosphere. Kids build character & self-esteem while having loads of fun.
music, writing. General camp programs for less-experienced campers. Indoor/outdoor sleeping"
ering separate camping experiences for girls & boys."
 elf-esteem, leadership, social skills and FUN."
where kids have the greatest summers of their lives. All-Activity programs (3-15) and All-Sport programs (7-15).

or skills & more. Safe, supportive atmosphere. Runs M-F, 8 am - 6 pm."
fun. Travel programs, traditional, athletic, and themed camps. Lunch and transportation available."
 exciting camp options. Specialty sports
 ition, spirit & fun. Structured & elective program."
ver. We focus on self-esteem, appreciation for nature, & fostering positive Jewish identity."
e Palomar Family YMCA has the right camp for your active camper! We offer both traditional and specialized day camps. With our large po
mphasis on discovering wildlife that lives in fields, forests, and wetlands."
 per to staff. 25 acs, 6 pools, 7 tennis courts, athletics, crafts & drama. Rockland, Bergen & Orange Cos. NYC."
nal camping experience providing youth with opportunities for self-discovery and personal development.
  camp. Campers learn through hikes, nature games and nature craft."
 e Sports, Performing Arts, Dance, Sailing, Fitness, Too Cool for Camp, Teen CIT."
hips and leadership training."
 s, rockwall, etc. in a safe christian setting. 1 to 4 leader to camper ratio."
  Yorks Adirondacks, Beaver Camp offers traditional resident camping, wilderness & sports camps."

m in fine arts, dance, music, theater, individual sports. Professional staff, estate living."
Skiing, tennis, arts, crafts, and pool. Organic food menu. Mother/daughter week."

n to everyone. Full of many exciting adventures."
 in 2001 for Woodmen members & user groups. Great facility - good rates - asl about Woodmen membership.
 arge fields/indoor buildings. Serving NYC/Westchester/CT. Please visit our website for more info..
  time to grow in faith and help campers respect themselves and those around them."
 ilds community. Celebrating diversity & tolerance."
 al, backpack & CreationCare programs in the Rocky Mountains near Yellowstone Park."
n a safe and nurturing environment. We offer many activities for the campers."
amping program you can count on not just for good supervision and safety, but for the personal growth of your child. We work hard to se

g a caring atmosphere with opportunity to belong & learn.
 ages that honors, nurtures and inspires one's spiritual journey."
recreational program for children & adults with disabilities. Traditional & adventure activities offered. Trip/Travel programs also.
setting, where activities and facilities are designed for growth and enjoyment."
 p camps. Ropes courses on mainland & island. Outdoor ed program. Upper Peninsula MI.
entally and physically challenged people and respite care for parents.
n with all kinds of animals, including sharks and penguins plus make new friends, all during this memorable SeaWorld Adventure Camp."

 pecial and general populations including programs for active older adults. Comfortable accessible facilities and activites.
 and Sertoma Deaf Camp. Near Hanging Rock State Park. Cheshire Hall dates to 1893.
  access. Activities include pool, mountain bikes, challenge course, pioneer living."
 skill building focus. Mature volunteer staff. Come for fun and friendship to Camp Cederbrook.
 r ratio. Beautiful rustic setting, updated cabins. Traditional camp programs inc outdoor adventure, waterfront, sports."
endence. This is accomplished through barrier-free camping, rec. and educational programs."
  ew ideas and friendships. Take action on their talent and skills.
Children live and play in a structured environment, while the individual differences and needs of each camper are respected."
 r campers grades K-9. Safe campus setting with low camper to counselor ratios providing great memories.
 pportive atmosphere for your child to learn, laugh & grow. Join our family"
 ges. Formal social skills training, academic support and over 40 traditional activites."
  out themselves. Emphasis on swimming & athletics, fun runs through the program."
provide day and residentail camp. Offsite trip opportunities as well.
Mountains of West Virginia. Choose from 25 activities taught by trained staff.
uilding lives in Christ, through the wonder of God's creation, and the study of God's word."
  essed in energetic cheers and activities, special friendships, inclusiveness and rich traditions."

 ommunity, campers choose their own activities. Respect, Responsibility and Risk are Windsor Mountain's 3 'R's."
 ieve a child's summer vacation should be a time for play, to venture forth in learning new skills, and to grow."
 ian community. Adventure trips.
  experience nature and explore the outdoors.Wide variety of exciting programs led by trained adult staff
 ummer & create opportunities to build memories that last a lifetime.
ing children entering grades 3-11. Kosher. Features ropes course, climbing tower, mountain biking, sports, arts, theater."
r own registration of campers. No individual registration is possible through Camp Ohio. Group reservations only.


nal and educational opportunities for children with various disabilities. Each 1 week session is tailored to meet a different physical, menta
  positive and productive life skills in the unique natural environment of the Whitewood campus.
 r day camp. 'Activity with Direction' for children in the South Bay & Palos Verdes Peninsula area of southern California. Transportation ava
r persons with and without disabilities.
 ter activities, fine arts, horseback riding, rope course, adventure challenge, & much more. Western & Alaskan trips"
 vities include athletics, swimming, hiking, ropes course, & outdoor enrichment."
program taught in a positive Christian value environment. Good food, good friends, good fun."
n Oak Crest summer. Inredible facility, 6 heated pools, climbing tower, hot lunch, door to door transportation."
  SM Mts. Supportive caring staff, transportation available to westside & valley"
 tivities; strong teen development; dynamic fine arts; 87% of staff return; Christian culture.
anta Cruz Mountains. Busing available from the East Bay. Call for more info about camp and rentals.
g to girl scouts and other groups. During summer both residential and sleep away camps are offered. Heated cabins are available all spring
rogram. Nurturing, spirited, & emergetic, with a deep sense of tradition. Staff is warm, mature, and experienced."
  home. Empowering girls through art, science & self esteem creating new adventures. Safe place for girls to be girls"
  Full day camp. Specializing in English horseback. Outstanding staff & environment.
ds. 2:1 camper/staff ratio. Enrollment is limited to South Carolina residents.
 t camping since 1939.

nfidence in a safe and caring environment girl scouts-where girls grow strong."
 cialty, theatre and teen camps."
based program. Focus on individual uniqueness, appreciation of God's creation."
cing self esteem skills Camp Abe Lincolns major focus is character development.
ng learning. Each girl creates her own schedule from 45 exciting activites. A carefully selected staff love & guide her positive devlopment.
r Truman Lake. Small group activities focused on personal development.
gram. Leadership & counselor training for teens. Christian emphasis.
 we offer a non-competitive environment to grow in your understanding of God, self, creation, and community."

 amp. Catholic Mass 1 time a week. Cabins w/ bathrooms and showers. All camp games each night w/ campfire following. Year round pro
 ompetitive, caring atmosphere with opportunities to belong, learn, contribute."
aine's finest mountains and rivers. Tradition, friendship, teamwork and freedom within a framework."
onment with extensive fine arts program & challenge/team building course."
 make lasting friendships and new discoveries. With equal emphasis on land & water activities, arts & theatre, horseback riding, & fun Wa
 camp. Recreational skills along with cooperative living skills & independence are developed."
 since 1921. We provide a caring environment with outstanding staff. All sports, water, fine arts, cultural activities."
 nd. Beautiful island with medium & high comfort living.
ntures, arts & crafts, music & dance."
e activity field, basketball, variety of lodging facilities."

ent in a convenient location. Also open for non-profit guest groups year round.
 Long Beach Peninsula with lighthouses, oyster farming and Lewis and Clark sites."

nator or psychologist
aring non-competitive Christian setting. Adventure programs, trips, drama, service, ziplines, archery, Bible study."
  Horsemanship Camp'. Great traditional cmap programs & activites. Complete shooting sports facilities."

 rvation and Research Ctr in Front Royal Virginia. Weeklong sessions about wildlife topics.
 Manitowish Chain of Lakes in N. Wisconsin. Canoeing, sailing, horses, waterskiing, overnight trips, campfires & more."
 nd crafts. Weekly themes for ages 4-11. Specialty art and/or adventure camps for ages 9-14. Open 11 weeks."
cipline model. Also have 6 week local school program for grades 3-5. At risk.

mily feeling on a beautiful private 75 acre lake with 3 swimming pools.
tting adjacent to Robert Allerton Park. New log cabins. References available
 in Central OR. For all ages; facilities available for nonprofit groups
ential in a relaxed and supportive environment.

bing, boating, mountain bikes, ropes course, backpacking, windsurfing, & sailing. Family camp also offered."
g skills, self-esteem, & Jewish values."
 water front horseback trails or on the ropes course. Camp Cullen is about fun for the camper.

 kpacks & packtrips on foot & horse back.
with insurnce.
osphere of Christian love. Campers bunk in cabins with caring counselors. Choice of activities.
 staff, great activities and joyful christian values provides a place for confidence building, adventure, fun, fellowship and friends. Residenti
eat views of the mountains anytime of year.
ne, make new friends, and much more at Camp Tuckaho."
eat center tucked into the bluffs of SE Minnesota.
ned & experienced staff combining learning & outdoor fun for ages 2 to 9.
e in the Adiron. Mtns.Our 2.5:1 staff ratio offers children a caring environment & fine instruction
mp for girls, plus year-round team building, rentals, family events and environmental programs for all."

 cott, AZ. Friendly & caring environment. Emphasis on creative program. A summer of fun & a lifetime of memories."
 ompetetive family atmosphere. Farm life, choice of activities daily. Sonoma Coast. Summer should be this fun."

 eautiful lake, structured & elective program, land & water sports, musical theatre, go-carts& ropes. Recording studio & movie theater."
 dships. Emerge as leaders, value team work. A fun & safe environment"
 g skills & respect fpr self and others. General camp activities.
anced program. Site includes lake, river, pool, scientists engage girls in ecological activities"

 l programs for children and adults with disabilities.
ek is filled with a variety of field trips, active games, songs, swimming and many more fun activities."
and beautiful setting for a variety of traditional camp activities and high adventures.
 course, nature hikes, athletics, camp outs and more!"
 Tx. Our new Crain Conference Center is state of the art,equipped with wi/fi,integrated sound system & break out rooms. We also have ne
 guests into the camp community where we experience the hospitality of the creator.
e Ridge Camp is a family operated, coed, activity oriented camp. We offer 2, 4, 6 or 8 week sessions for campers 7-16."
 led campers may also attend. Variety of activities on site. Close to town and airport. 1 to 4 ratio.
 e a traditional camp experience, explore nature with special events for teens."
ers year round programming including residence camp and retreats and conferences.
 ive and share with others; discover and build individual skills; and increase appreciation of the natural environment.
rests and meadows. Quality summer camp for 145 girls ages 9-15. Founded in 1919.
eaching values to children using outdoor programs with a family emphasis.

  adventure and pottery programs. Diverse summer programs. Music camp. Two retreat centers available in summer."
  xperience. Campers explore farm, forest, field, and pond environments through age-appropriate activities."
 t. biking, outdoor heated swimming pool. Fun, safe, caring environment. Teen Adventures too."
  available to outside groups. Year round.
allenge themselves, to develop new skills, and build friendships."
W PA. Centralized location, easy access, PA Rts 80 & 79."
m horseback riding & go-carting to arts & crafts, inflatables. Our 274' water slide will be a favorite."
 cilities with AC, lake, pools, sports, alpine tower, more."
 sons daily, art, sports and adventure programs, field trips and overnights included"
  ek, inclusive of special needs. Resident day and adventure camps."
mentally. Experience success & excitement through outdoor exploration."
 s, optional lunch available, flexible dates."

ve opportunity to experience the love of God through Jesus Christ in ways that deepen faith and build meaningful relations .
th developmental disabilities. Programs adapted to all abilities. Outdoor and travel programs.
ated pools with pool slides; high ropes course, dreamfields, comp. atletic & culture arts prog, bungee trampoline & rockwall."
ative & innovative program. Mature, caring staff. Small groups. Specialty camps available."
ding self-esteem and self confidence.
rvivors to share common experiences, make new friends and enjoy camp activities"
 Friendly, warm, caring counselors. Exciting programs. Day and resident programs available."
Traditional active and reflective camp activities in the out-of-doors. Non-competetive, nurturing atmosphere."
itive sports. Caring, specialized staff. Improved Self-Esteem. 2 year follow-up."

ograms family reunions shcool activities corp. functions & corp. & youth trainging on teamwork & communication
n 156 acre country site, rolling hills with wildlife & natural beauty. Come-join us at the campfire."
g the hearts and minds of our camper's in our nurturing environment."
  building experiences. There is much to do here at camp and in nearby Cle Elum. We are open year around and have a lot of snow in the w
mphasizing Armenian ethnic and cultural studies
 ,change lives,share Christ's light.Fun/learning in beautiful NC mountains."
ronment for youth. Activities focus on self-esteem and social development."

y center, play tennis, softball, swim, fish, hike, shoot archery, crafts."
anoe, fish, hike, arcnery, horse back lessons, and crafts."
ence caring, noncompetitive community, increase knowledge/appreciation of the environment."
ere your child is more than a number."
ration at Camp Lookout.

n community, teamwork, self-esteem and lasting friendships. Wide variety of activities to choose from."

 ge boys & girls. Several sites in Central Iowa: Des Moines, Ames, Boone. Theme weeks. Field trips. Zoo Camp. Middle School Camp."
ness experiences offering hands on leadership development training and a distinct focus upon spiritual growth.
e summer w/new & exciting themes every 2 wks.They will experience each topic through demonstrations,crafts,stories,songs,games,trips
mp for 12 summer weeks that includes sports, arts, crafts, games, swimming, field trips and more."
 tailored for fun, exploration and adventure! Campers enjoy outdoor education, arts & crafts, group games & sports, teambuilding, field t
ed living, respect, responsibility. Outstanding staff; beautiful setting."

 s 40+ hours of training.
  games and activities in a fun-filled, enriching environment."
 iding lessons and equine vocational training framed with character development activities. Highlights: field trips and outdoor adventure
 mont's Green Mountains. Strong electives. Fun and sportsmanship at one of the top 10 tennis camps in the US 4:1 ratio"
 nce. Specialize in meeting the unique needs of girls. Most popular activities include swimming and hoseback riding.
  2 1/2-5 hours daily or participate in team building, high adventure & sports activities, always have a blast at Forrestel."
wth and leadership development through the camping experience. Fun, adventure, friendship, and worship experienced in the wonder of
 on, spiritual growth and leadership development through the camping experience. Fun, adventure, friendship, and worship experienced i
ess experience in the California High Sierra on a beautiful lake. Supportive and caring guidance. Structure and free choice.

 ies, arts & crafts. Strong swim program on beautiful secluded 72 acre campus. Hot or cold lunched included."
 and fun for children and adults with developmental disabilities and other challenges in an outdoor environment."
 ompetition. Girls don't need to be Girl Scouts."
h special needs. Program is non-competitive w/ an emphasis on team building.
activities that develop creativity, independence and a sense of teamwork."
 enic lake. Girls 2nd-12th grade are welcome to attend.
e fun, make friends and develop live skills including independence, self-confidence and tolerance. They feel like Hazen is where they belon
serving at risk children and youth since 1887. We focus on team building and cooperative living skills.
 Camps provide values-based traditional camp activities. Campers will have opportunities to explore their world through free play, nature
. Explorative activities, well trained and caring staff. Pool on campus, and fabulous special events. Summer fun for all."
nds, and adventure all summer long."
nselor ratio of fewer than 3:1 with noncompetative program. Individual attention a reality.
  recreational fun. Qualified Medical staff are present.
n small groups to build self-esteem and sense of community."
st a lifetime, make new friends and discover the wonders of outdoor living. Open to all girls."
es. Come share in the fun as we explore God's world.
girls. Helping girls grow strong inside and out.
aff encourage confidence, cooperation, appreciation of natural environment & spirited fun."
0 acres including 5 heated pools, 50 acre lake, full range of arts & athletic facilities."

 s day camp. Staff ratio 1:4. The excitement of learning and the fun of sports for kids 7-16.
avel is offered to campers ages 10+
ctor. Lake region, cabins, free-choice, family style dining."

mping programs for children & youth focused on building community & faith formation. We provice campers an experience of Christian lo
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  Lake. Features sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, swimming & adventure challenge. All girls welcome."
 the arts, aquatics and outdoor skills. Girls build confidence & friendships that last a lifetime."
 tion grounded in the philosophy of spirit, mind & body for each boy."
 Orthodox Christian faith.
hores of beautiful Long Lake, Chippewa county. Campers experience nature, teamwork, life ling skills and camping memories."
n with diabetes."
 ec, crafts, farm, camp, garden, canoe, horseback, counselor training."
 ersonalized, owners very involved. High quality, not high gloss."
  with 75 yr tradition of serving youth through camping. Ropes course, climbing & skiing. A/C cabins"
d to help high-potential teens from risk-filled environments develop the skills they need to reach their full potential.
ng swimming pool. Emphasis on cooperation not competition.
  Adventures' summer camp is agreat blend of nature and adventure. Your 8-15 year old will make new friends."
 riety of recreational, educational, social & cultural activities, strives to give children an opportunity to grow."
 ive impact on a child's future development & stimulate thirst for learning.
nter offers a wide variety of activities including technology and arts classes, as well as adventure and recreation classes."
 e trail, paddling a canoe, rock climbing. Post adventure, share stories, forge friendships, make music, build community"
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 ild in a safe outdoor environment. Our 53rd year offering a dynamic camp experience. Diversified program of sports and activities.
 peration not competition. Transportation provided.
  ships Forever. Kingsley Pines - it is the way camp should be. (Ages 8-15, Coed, 2 & 3 Week Sessions)"
hattan & Westchester. Small groups led by professional educators. Transportation & hot lunch. Swim, sports, arts, and more."


 ides girls with opportunities for growth, challenge and life long friendships in a nuturing community."
  tes. Learn about diabetes while enjoying a variety of activities. Medical supervision.
  staff, weekly performances, water & land sports on beautiful lake; supervised social activities; 73rd yr."
 -H Camp is a community where laughter and fun, adventure, respect for others, safety, sustainable living and environmental education co
cializing in the arts, sports, and swimming. Mature staff. 60 years of service."
 t-risk youth with up to seven years of a summer camp experience.
 e staff. Trad. all around prog, various activities, Kosher food, 2 exper. nurses, 4 on-call peds. Both land & water sports. Many non-sports a
  & adventure. Professional instruction. 65+ activities plus horseback riding, jet ski, paintball, quads & waterski. 1st time camper specialists
orienteering, fitness, fishing, blacksmith, woodwork, canoe trip, rock climbing."
ed lodges. Facilities can accomodate 50 in the modern lodges and another 25-35 in the bunk rooms
  and make lifelong friends. Heated olympic pool on lakefront site. Jewish camping experience. Kosher.
ditional camp activities with appropriate accommodations so all children are successful, regardless of the nature or severity of their disab

y camp offering a variety of outdoor activities including horseback riding.
, Asperger's, syndrome. Focus on building social competence, personal responsibility and self conficence."
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bilities.Emphasis on building character & good values.
 itional Camps.' GA,IL,MA, & PA. Game design, Web design, animations. Build Robots, RC cars. Explore programming. Sports & rec."
ome atmosphere & positive camping opportunity for troubled & underprivileged youth.
 nsibility, and achievement."
 an innovative outdoor adventure program for kids aged 5-15. Our authentic brand saves kids from nature-deficit disorders, reconnecting
 th the leadership capabilities required to end the cycles of violence.
d parents with peace of mind, kids love our Indian village, waterslides and miniature town."
e open fields, 3 swimming pools, a lake, art, nature, 2 rock walls, a zip line & so much more! We pride ourselves on our high return rate of

 hristian camp offering 1 week & 1/2 week sessions, traditional activities, challenge course, climbing tower, zip-line, Lake: swimming & boa
 nd girls classified as having ADD, ADHD, NVLD, Bipolar Disorder, Asperger's, Tourettes and/or OCD."

 Fun, caring, nurturing environment. 90 miles from NYC"
ancer can benefit from sharing a 'normal' camping experience with other children who have cancer.
  vironment. Socialization & teamwork encouraged. Fun activities include swim class, water parks, art, nature, computers, tennis, golf and
 uannock watershed providing Newark residents only comprehensive, exciting, activities, peer-comradery."
ecial design for mental & physical handicapped."
  for children with diabetes while teaching diabetes management."
 p on Percy Priest Lake in Rutherford Cty near Nashville & Murfreesboro TN. Co-ed overnight & day sessions for ages 7-14 swimming,pool,
  ivate lake, woodlands, modern cabins, academically enriched traditional programs/inner city."
 medically supervised, year-round camps for children with cancer & their families."
ng, all sports, circus, theater, science, magic, dance, music, horseback, art, pioneering, mtn. bike, waterfront."
ms emphasizing personal growth and skills development. Limited enrollment.
   age. Learn to live with diabetes."
 4 staff to camper ratio. Activities include swimming,field trips, nature,crafts,sports,music & drama."
cated on state property in the greater Orlando area, our focus is on improving our campers' self-esteem & independency by focusing on w
g new strengths through gardening and working with baby farm animals, swimming at water front, hiking, and climbing."
 re disciples for Jesus Christ through programs, retreats and Christian hospitality."
   role models + creative learning experineces + teaching rooted in God's word = life-changing fun.
 em, create community, develop respect for others&the environment in a Christian atmosphere"
 communities."
 njoyable hands on outdoor experiences
dence and self esteem. Beautiful mountain/lake setting. Age 3-15.
 first time & general camping"
 ctured day of typical camp activities, with emphasis on there enjoyment. Low staff to camper ratios help ensure success."
 program, afternoon sports recreation & all camp activities group & individual activities. Coed Day Camp."
 onment. Special attention given to first time campers."
ge, self-esteem, cooperation & responsibility while having fun & making new friends."
 diana Kentucky Incorporated.
 tstanding camps for kids & families in the beautiful Ozarks.

enture for kids in the middle of a large city. Focus: Nature, conservation, science, ecology & environment. New themes every week. Individ
 providing a fun, safe, quality outdoor experience developing mind, body and spirit."

 s, sports & specialty camps."
 ere. Opportunities to build self-esteem, belong, learn & make friends."
 outdoor program building relationships for now and forever.
nd seasonal retreats for teens, adults, families & children. A place where lives are changed. Adventure friends and fun!Fun, friends & fellow
hrist. Carefully chosen staff model Christian integrity & individual value.
 ed staff serve persons w/disabilities. Forest/river recreation. Individual choices, meaningful relationships & fun."
ach their potential by building self-esteem, friendships and character in a safe positive environment."


270 acre lake."
ntains. Offer traditional camping with outstanding staff.
 outhwest camping exp. since 1951. Wide open spaces, mile high air and real ranch life."
 enture and growth in a caring, supportive and value based community"
asis on golf, tennis & outstanding waterfront programs."
ecial experience."
eation. The treasure of a life time. A little piece of heaven on earth."
 offer overnight experiences for 2nd-12th grade girls filled w/fun, friendships, and activities. Educated and fun staff help provide a summe


airstown Center, through its adventure based and experiential education programs, promotes positive change in the lives of underserved
 camp offering a variety of activities on water and land that will enrich your child's summer.
m focuses on self-esteem You don't have to be the best but you have to try your best Fun
mp setting, brother camp to Merri Mac for girls."
tiful 50 acre landscape, 3 pools, exciting activities."
 activities, outstanding trained staff. Non Girl Scouts welcome."
 with a broad spectrum of summer day camp programs a coed camp; ranging from 5 years of age by September to 17 years of age. Specia
g learning and life skills summer camp in the world with over 50,000 graduates in 27 years. Kids love it. Parents love the results."

ding self-esteem, honesty, caring, respect, & responsibility on beautiful Branch Lake in Maine."
mited to Woodmen of the World Life Insurance society members only.


e, and educational. We focus on those core ideals."
uilding and self-esteem. Outstanding staff.

 activities. Let us help you create a special summer to remember a lifetime.

he true rock, 100 yr old camp that excels through Christian truths, varied physical activities, & brotherly inter"
 oor to door transportation. Located at Calamigos Ranch on 120 private acres with 2 ponds.
dren the opportunity to experience independence & develop decision making-skills. Children love Camp Horizons.

 o. Counselors are univ students. Supervised by SpEd professionals. National Forest setting.
ng. Offering community for spiritual growth, affirmation."

utdoor activities, including individual and team sports, crafts, climbing tower, and activities for each camper."
 nal experience at camp for youth ages 6-18 who have diabetes. View photos at CampHertkoHollow.com
vide the schedule, counselors, campers, program theme, & some staff. Camp Palmer provides food service, specility staff, site."
 a camp, it's a production."
 or personal growth and leadership development through camping.
m - 6 pm options. Extended care incl. Swim lessons & recreational swimming, arts & sports."
h based programs with one of the NW's largest challenge courses. A wonderful place to relax.
 bstance abuse treatment and behavior problems. Individualized service plans.
 e. Beautiful lakeside mountain setting. Noncompetitive, focus on outdoor & challenge activities."
 pers a variety of camp activities to chose from including group games,team building,arts & crafts,sports,field trips and more."

 s. Caring counselors & warm Christian atmosphere-campers feel secure, welcome & reassured. Cabins. 1000+ pics at web site."
ere international and transracial adoptees can affirm one another's experiences."
 ountain setting. Place for worship, study and recreation."
ounselor ratio. Twenty-four hour nursing staff.
milies, children. Simple living & outdoor adventures for older youth. Horseback riding. Christian emphasis."
 northern Minnesota. Traditional camp experiences for children, teens and families."
  ake North Star an ideal summer camp experience. Programs include arts, sports, outdoor adventure, over 50 electives."
  for kids with cancer. This free program is sponsored by the American Cancer Society, Great Lakes Division."
 s-in a therapeutic recreation setting."
 mily weekends. Non Girl Scouts welcome."
campers to discover and grow in their awareness of God thru adventure, community, creation, reflection"
ming Arts Camp. Dance, gymnastics, drama, juggling, unicycle, stilts, trapeze, sports. Tipi living. Lake with 350' water slide."
ek sessions provide over 35 different Fine Arts courses under the expertise of 150 of North Americas finest arts educators. www.internatio
 for children with congenital or acquired heart defects, ages 8 - 16 from across the US."
 lly appropriate program with opportunity for choice of specialties.
  blings that allows them to run, swim, hike & just be kids"

and-based recreation & outdoor skills, individual & team building opportunity."
an enriching experience for young people physically, mentally and emotionally."
 ronmental hands on science program and noncompetitive sports. Certified teachers as counselors. Exciting canoe trips.
 eeting rooms. Full meal service from on-site chef up to 44 guests. Close to mountains, beach,shops. Hospitality of historical proportions!"
vironment emphasizes:swimming, sports, fine arts, nature, rope courses and special events."
 amp experience for children with life threatening illness's,from June to August with 9-1 week sessions each summer."
dventures for girls to discover, connect, and take action in outdoor caming programs."

 g with swimming, archery,boating, hiking, singing, crafts & other recreational activities."
 g, skills, swimming, and pioneer crafts. Family camp also."
 & we specialize in fun. Variety of activities, we have something for every child. Ages 3-15"
 d nature discovery on the North Oregon coast."
  and great staff."
  rseback riding, swimming, sports, archery, crafts and making new friends."
Southern Baptist mission efforts in an outdoor setting.
e campers. Specialized older girl programs.
 ldren the opportunity to try new activitites, take on new challenges, increase their self-esteem and grow in a safe, nurturing, fun environm
dent camp located in Portola Valley CA on the beautiful campus of Woodside Priory school. Founded in 1976 our program focuses on hav
  & choice program. Compu-nature. Trapeze & trips & TLC. Pool & all lake sports. All land sports
 ffer quality day camp programs with a wide variety of activities everyday."
  od about yourself, the YMCA way."
 ng for children entering grades K-8. All activities are age appropriate & based on weekly themes.
hers & nature. See all these as a reflection of God."
roups, trained volunteer staff, nature, crafts, camp skills, games."
  vice agencies and school.
 ilitiess through sports recreation & education on 195 acre accessible campus. Featuring 4 main camp offerings.
m including sports, arts and performing arts for campers' ages 3-15."
 fessional instructors,heated pools,soccer fields,rock climbing,GA-GA basketball & tennis courts,arts barn,safety city,special visitors,aweso

 s caring sharing & respect with old friends and making new ones. Small groups low camper:staff ratio."
 tain on Oahu's North Shore. Campers come from all over the world to experience the magic of YMCA Camp Erdman.
 ts instruction, focusing on character development and values."
uxe. Nestled in a scenic canyon of the San Bernardino mountains.

abilities offering traditional camping activities.
 Music, archery, rock climbing, go-karts, Bible studies.Fun, lifelong memories, friends, grow in faith in Christian Environment"
 rch in its gospel mission and ministry with and through Jesus Christ to every generation.
 nds; transportation provided. Campers choose their activities individually. Located on the campus of Blair Academy.
mming, nature, sailing, horseback riding, adventure & more. Girls learn new things and explore their interests in a safe & caring environm
 re-based activities. Leadership adventures for girls to discover, connect, and take action in outdoor camping programs."
kes. Great activities with a focus on community building. Faith-centered program and quality staff.
 of others & nature. See all these wonders as a reflection of God."
 g experience to children and youth to help enhance their individual physical , mental, social & spiritual growth."
 nsive, expanding summer program. Warm experienced staff, limited enrollment."
 tgomery County. Transportation available. Transportation available at an additional cost.
 noncompetitive, yet challenging environment."
outh camps and family/adult retreats. Adventure/ropes course. Tripping sessions for teens. Rustic and winterized cabins. Swimmimg pool.
s, lodge, 2 lakes, pool & tents nestled below Pacific Crest Trail."
 ng,cabins,tents,cookouts,primitive camping and more. Girl Scout emphasis."
row up one day at a time in a structured, supportive, supervised and child-centered setting."

 in fine arts, performing arts & challenging outdoor pursuits. U.S.& International campers ages 8-14, professional staff, memorable comm
ong communities in the UMC tradition in a coastal camping setting.Specialties in sailing, trip adventures & ecology"

 that encourages humanistic values.
resh & original experineces, produce spontaneous, unforgettable moments & play matchmater to those life lasting friendships."
 ers to try new things and make new friends in a safe environment while building self-confidence and self-reliance. Founded in 1915.
 urse and equestrian programming. Excellent accessible facilities. Youth, adults, and families welcome."
orming arts, sport, high adventure and special needs."
 to experience a diverse number of activities in a safe environment.
 e their own program with full support of our staff. Located at elevation of 3000 in Sierra Foothills near Wilseyville CA. Huge pins firs, and
 ough a non-competitive program and caring staff. Caring staff. Program brings people together in small communtity groups.
 mpers choose from performing/ fine arts while enjoying traditional fun.
Our all girl program lends to increased self-esteem and FUN. BR offers Western Horseback riding, vaulting & other activities."
 ique opportunities for campers to develop lifelong skills in a fun and cooperative group living environment.
 evelop their self-esteem."
get Sound. We specialize in religious education and special population.


g. Top quality staff focused on YMCA core values. Air conditioned cabins. Life-long friends, skills, fun."
 ment. Many activities, excellent instruction. Continued outstanding leadership for over 40 years."
 n the lake, make new friends, and much more at Camp Fiddlecreek."
tality, responsible care for the earth & meaningful fellowship. Excellent staff. Trips & horseback."
 e & language immersion in 15 languages. High school credit, adult, & abroad programs also available."
n facilities in a Christian setting, and to furnish opportunities for fun, fellowship, and adventure."
 io, select your own schedule from over 35 activities. Fully equipped cabins."
lding of community and the natural environment to create challenge, reflection, conversation & action that influences the personal, socia
us on individual growth in a small group setting. Character building through values centered prog. Beautiful Berkshire site.

 ng trips and activities. Emphasizes sports, swim program & Jewish culture. Hockey rink, Cyber Lab, game rooms, and pool on premises."
 ntains. Noncompetitive, caring atmosphere. Many specialty camps for youth."
at its purest. Two separate camps built on a single tradition - its people. 100% Camp. Nothing artificial.
 amps based in a wilderness setting.
 ear round for all groups of 18 to 190. Swimming, boating, skiing, hiking, archery, high and low ropes."

 ams in a natural setting for over 65 years. Campers, families and congregations have come to Aldersgate to make new friends, live and wo
  venture links brings learning to life in the outdoor classroom."
 g skills, strong community, respect for each other and the land, and positive models of what it means to be a man."
  target sports, arts & camp skills + Bible, leadership training, friends, learning about self and God. Beyond fun separate programs for boys
  rmance, nature, low challenge course. Singles, adult, and youth camping."
 ues based learning utilizing adventure education, environmental awareness & service. Camp Collins focuses on developing skills & fosterin

een trips & CITs. Onsite pool. Great trips. Total inclusion. Camp JCC is the place to be."
  hristian Science Sunday School.
here for children; outstanding staff, located on 350 ac recreation area, 100 ac lake."
 rograms serving newborns thru senior citizens.
  inner city children to attend camp. We give campers recreation, academics, art & privide a positive environment."
 stian backpacking, hiking, Bible study, worship. Outstanding staff."

 al progs taught by quality coaches, top facilities, individual attention, supportive,fun atmosphere."
 es. Serving groups 15 to 148. Enjoy excellent meal service in an award winning Camerer Hall.
t hiking era. Hike 4 miles up the big Santa Anita Canyon in the Angeles N.F.
m & sense of community"
country and city sites. Open to everyone."
 g young women."
 ith sports & culture. Emphasis on Judaism & Zionism.
child with a summer of fun, friends & fabulous memories."


 dence, courage, and character who make the world a better place."
 h a rugged & rustic camping program"
 nt. Over 60 program options. Warm, caring staff."
e. A wonderful experience for first time & experienced campers. Dynamic sailing,waterski,golf,field archery & leadership programs."
ntains. We offer a traditional residential camp program with an emphasis on horseback riding, wilderness tripping"
 ng. Ropes elements and a new outdoor education center are available. Emphasis on character development and outdoor fun.
We build skills, confidence & cooperation in a challenging, caring, fun environment."
  , caring atmosphere with opportunities to learn new skills."
d hills and experience the wonders of nature while having fun at Whippoorwill Farm."
ng, rappelling."
nd environmental justice and equipped with a sense of awe for natural & human beauty tools for non-violent multicultural comminuty bu
  church conference, family gathering or just need to get away Camp Mokule'ia welcomes you."
 skill building. Traditional summer activites and programs.
and excellence. Over 300 acres on New Hampshire's largest lake.
 g and participating in art, theater, archery, fencing. International staff. 4:1 camper/counselor ratio."
 for independence in a close caring environment for special needs individuals."
ental commitment; variety of camper selected activities; great price; wonderful 270 acre rural setting; TLC to each child.
 ng riding program for all abilities. Cabins, trips, great food."
ment, recreation education and culture."
 nnipesqukee site. Character development, group living combined with diverse activity choices."
 l, baseball hiking outdoors."
 napolis, MD, offering horse programs, sailing, archery, paintball, rope challenge course & lots more."
 Community since 1920. Outstanding arts, sports, and science. Excellent facilities with flexible sessions. All new total speciality camps and
orthodox camps provide the finest summer experiences on an outstanding site.
Beautiful lake front setting with ski & sailing programs. Group and individual choice activities"
 camp for girls. Traditional program, instruction in 18 activities."
an just FUN. Banner focuses on developing skills and building self-esteem. The Banner experience is truly beyond words. Plan a visit today
p. Offering traditional camp programs, AGQ has become a home away from home for many of our campers throughout our 85 year histor

 mmunity with canoe & backpack trips in the western Lake Superior area.
 safety & individual attention. Family atmosphere.
 n grow in spirit,mind & body.Located in Rocky Mountains 80 miles NW of Denver."
 nd staff. Skill building opportunities. Traditional outdoor activities. Beautiful 300 acre wooded facility. Separate weeks girls-boys.
 anding camper-staff ratio. Experience of lifetime for people with disabilities.
-acre Malibu. CA Ranch Camp. Kids enjoy horseback riding,archery,animal care,pool,surfing,fencing,riflery,kayaking,and more. Free tours a
 mper directed programming and experiencing the ranch lifestyle in the Texas Hill Country.
h summer and other events during the year. We host a 1 wk camp for children with cancer, and a sibling camp."
mps for ages 8-14. Certified teachers, nurses, hot lunch, and carnivals."
ered during weekly sessions. Diabetes education / care provided by a comprehensive medical staff.
ering a full range of activities. Challenging environment infused with Jewish trad."
etland site is a beautiful place to swim, make new friends, learn about nature, and challenge yourself on the ropes course."

 er Park offers Christ-centered, Bible-based programs hosted by caring, Christian role models."
  ires, songs, games, shopping at the camp store, swimming and boating, journaling, arts & crafts, as well as the discovery, connection, or t
hip,Skyline continues traditions in a modern camp setting. We offer more than 20 activities. Enroll now for one of our summer sessions. O
 rs discover nature's beauty & complexity through trail explorations, hands-on activities, and noncompetitive games."
ent for youth development.
  mp grades one through twelve, offsite adventure trips. Environmental education for schools, and guest group retreats."
quality of life & helping children reach their fullest potential, while being safe & having fun"
adventure to 1000 critically ill children, 500 children in our adaptive ski program & 800 for specialty fmy cmps"
program. Noncompetitive atmosphere. Popular pre-school camp for 3 - 5 yrs old.
 ful setting in which resident campers and retreat groups can pursue group goals with the support of our hospitality staff.
 ristian education, adventure and creative arts programs, and a whole lot of fun."

 Reservation, our exceptional camp community celebrates the outdoors, teamwork, and summer fun! Campers swim, boat, fish, climb, le
environment 'We love it so much we bought it.'"
 fering substantial benefits of myriad skill sets and fun. Beautiful setting on Guadalupe River in Texas Hill Country, air conditioned family st

outdoors through experiential learning, teamwork, & personal growth."
 ople can encounter God and His creation.


  day camp experience where we teach caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Mature, trained staff provide quality care."
ms to develop skills, confidence and encourage proactive learning. Fun that counts."
 h, models acceptance of individuals and nutures out-of-door friendship as a place to encounter and enjoy God's creation."
nt. We want every camper to have a ton of fun, try something new, experience God's love & know they can change the world. Resident ca
 ter banks. Year round facilities for all groups-youth & adult. Great ropes courses & boating of all type

ming, art & crafts, archery and more. It all takes place on 47 acres with a pond and ropes course."
 k builds self-esteem, teamwork through ropes course, horsemanship, pioneering and sports."
 r Teen Retreats, the days at SpringHill are packed with inspirational fun."
  iting weekly theemes. Kid City - where everyone learns, grows, & belongs. Arts/crafts, field trips, sports, nature."
wth & development in a mountain setting. Low camper/staff ratio
 tion. The camp offers a normal camping experience for children who happen to have diabetes.
camp land & water sports. One counselor to four campers. Owned & operated by the Erdmann family since 1951."
 eople, and nature."
   15-17 fine and performing arts experiences along with traditional camping activities. One-of-a-kind in the South.
 dependence in a Camp where it's easy to participate in activities, make friends & be accepted."
 th diverse general camp programs. Jumping, vaulting, Polo, overnights, show team. Great References."
  to 'stretch' themselves, to be creative, to try new ways to 'play', and to push one's boundaries."
n a rustic site through small family group outdoor activities.

cer and their siblings. All fees are covered.
 ience of fun learning and growth. We offer a full gamut of camp activities all with a Jewish dimension. Conservative
  pen to church & youth group retreats.
c classes, sports, swimming, arts. Shabbat observant & kosher. New: family camp 8/22-8/26."
ren can celebrate life while living with, through, and beyond the diagnosis of cancer."
  for boys, Riverside for girls. Membership only."
  of VT, residential/day camp for girls.Traditional,general, fun program develops leadership,empowerment & achievement for all."
  speciality programs. Fantastic counselors."
 tional Christian adventure, inspiration, character & confidence. 15+ choices."
 the heart of the Finger Lakes. A place where lives are changed. Fun, friends, & fellowship."
ong communities."
oothills of the Berkshire Mtns. Well rounded program, group & individual selected activities."
st. Campers register thru Tennessee congregations. Groups may rent facility rest of year by calling 615-952-9184.
ay, adventure and trip programs. The camps offer a mix of activities designed for each individual to have fun and new experiences."
developmentally disabled. We support and challenge campers in a fun positive environment with enthusiastic, trained staff."
Boys Club of New York, membership is open to all. Membership fees are .50 to $1.00 per year."
p in the lakes region of NH. Ages 7-15 non-competitive fostering growth, friendships, riding, trips, waterfront, ropes."
ha & Lincoln. Cabins, tents, tipis, retreat and conference facilities."

ails, tennis, basketball, ropes course, private lake, swimming pool."
etes to interact with others who share same condition. Fun, safe, environment. Swimming,athletics,climbing wall and water park."
ts, outdoor adventure in a warm family atmosphere. Create a summer of friendship, activity, learning & fun. Kosher"
 residential girls camp,long tradition of strong values. Offering daily horseback riding,arts&crafts,team spor"
 n Church in America.
 eamwork, independence, self confidence and traditional values in a natural setting in mtns"
 n, and values to last a lifetime."
 ide, self-confidnece, leadership skills, and a desire to reach their potential through a great summer camp"
r camp in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. 1 & 2 week sessions & specialty equestrian & performing arts weeks. ACA-Accredited. Celebrating
 all fields, karate, and climbingwall. Complete sports prog. arts, nature, boating & water park."
dren & adults with special needs, groups. A/C heat available - group rentals."
 out campers and staff welcome.

opmental challenges. All camp activities & academics, speech & language therapy. Mature staff."
 creation, their relation to it, through Bible study, craft, recreation"
on 1200 acres come have fun, meet frogs, catch insects, play games, hike and make friends! Specialty weeks:art, photography, adv photo
 ulture of athleticism & good values that is passed down from generation to generation.Magnificent setting.Warm & friendly."
rt of the YMCA family & join in the fun. Swim lessons daily - 30 minutes, archery, arts & crafts, nature, sports, field games and small group
eadership, environment, global issues, arts, esl., travel, music training and 10 day workshops."
 Robinson"," CCSC is one of the only sleep-away sports camps in California. Campers build confidence, independence and learn teamwork
gelism and discipleship, offering adventure based and small group activities for team building and individual growth."
tic cabins; beautiful log lodge. Mountain bikes& trail onsite. On the Boise River.
 ands-on approach to learning. An ideal place to explore nature."
 ocated atop Chickatawbut Hill offers campers a unique location to discover nature through hands on exploration, creative play, & experie
dow or hiking in the woods, campers are encouraged to explore and ask questions. Our small age-based groups allow campers to connect
d hard of hearing who are 6-18. Camp uses sign language but campers using additional communication devices are most welcomed.
ith cancer ages 7-17 & their siblings at no charge to their families. Medical needs are met on site by a nurse.
 , conferences, retreats, family reunions, specialty camps and special events."
ins, in Gresham, OR located within beautiful Oxbow Park. Camp traditionally lasts for one week. Camp will be held June 20- 26, 2010. Offe
en ages 5-17, who are cancer survivors. The week-long outdoor camp is free to all participants."

epaway camps since 1926. Children participate in a wide range of life-enhancing activities on 825 beautiful acres in the Adirondacks with p
 pment. Excellent staff & facilities. Texas Hill country. Top USA Camp"

 an ministry but open to all. We provide great memories and personal growth experiences.
 am, modern cabins, excellent staff, Kosher. Ideal for 1st. timers."
rives to create an environment for both Christian & secular education through summer camp, outdoor experiential education programs &
 rsonal growth, enhance family values, and provide community service through programs available to all."
 noe Area. Variety trips: canoe, sea kayak, backpack, mtn. bike & climb. 45th operating season."
grams, spirit soars,laughter roars, est. 1918 an oasis of fun."
ndship, models the acceptance of individuals & values all of God's creation."
well. Summer activities include tubing and canoeing on the river and horseback riding. Near Calamus Resv.
dered by L.I. Sound & 30 acre spring-fed lake. 'The total outdoor experience.'"
 trian programs. 2 wk cowboy camp, lesson, overnights. Target Sports, high ropes, zipline & climbing wall."
 games, sports, skits, special projects, archery & exploration. Indoor & outdoor."
 ristian environment. Enhances development of self-esteem and leadership.
conditional love of Christ with campers in a fun and safe environment.

ess camping.
 l 11 acre campus for campers. Specialty camps for CIT programs offered. Click on our website for more information.
 ove of Christ, in the glory of God's creation."
 gible for other Texas cancer camps. Kids have fun and interact with their peers, in a positive, relaxed atmosphere."
 4 to 16. Focusing on traditional camp activities allows us to help kids have fun & grow as people."
ety of activities and programs for individual growth and exploration. Open to Girl Scouts and non Girl Scouts give the gift that lasts a lifetim
may experience God in an outdoor setting.
 sed follow-up programs, family camp and one Latino Family Camp session."
d with exciting program. Every age, every week."
 in America.
 er campfor children aged 5 to 17. Camp has 6 core values which guide our daily life service, caring, understanding, love, loyalty and youth
 emanship, creative pursuits, and personal enrichment."
ng experiences for children entering grades 1-9. The focus is on a well rounded experience.

  for churches and non-for profit educational orginzations. We provide housing and a you cook"" kitchen."""
here individuals grow and share in their faith, while having an incredible time"
  aff will provide an extraordinary summer experience for your child
 n-the woods Christian day-camp experience for kids 4-12.
rch. Summer camp w/Christian curriculum camp,activities,Church leadership & second season opportunity for retreat"
g for kids 4 years old-10th grade. 1-week day camp sessions include nature & wildlife, art, history, fishing, canoeing at forest preserves in N
 rogram. Children participate in camp activities & lightly therapeutic interventions to improve skills."
 d strong communities."
 ovides a rich tradition of camping experience for youth. Transportation provided for Day Camp.
 omen with strong values, self confidence and life skills while having fun."
   56 sessions, each 1 week long, are held during an 8 week period. Classes are lead by teachers & naturalists."
 g outdoor adventure in a non-competitive atmosphere."
  n girls' camping in an ideal mountain setting. We invite you to discover why Illahee girls return year after year."
 venture & Christian emphasis. Outstanding staff."
mmer camp for girls with an excellant horseback riding program, outdoor adventure trips, crafts, and sports. Friendly noncompetative env

  beautiful woodland setting with caring well trained staff. Traditional and adventure options. Year round programs and rentals

 enviornment for you to experience the unconditional love and grace of God.
 t for similarities. 1:2 staffing."

 ditional noncompetitive programmed activities. High ratio mature staff:campers. Over 40 years young. Swim 2x daily, heated pools."

s, websites, robots, movies, & more. Also Surf & Tech. Over 60 universities in 25 states, including UCLA, UCSD and UCI. Special teen progra
  fun & friendships! Building strong foundations in future leaders through wilderness trips, horse programs, nature study, aquatics & team

 s. Cultural, leadership, family, youth camping in a Christian environment."

 s children with physical disabilities. Sponsored by the Rochester Rotary club.
 es an experience where campers grow spiritually, make friends, share in an affirming, Christian camp community, and have a lot of fun in
 es all to explore and experience Christ's love in community and creation!
, supportive staff. Strong instructional programs in swim, sports, crafts. Teen travel."
upportive, enjoyable camp experience. Free to Hawaii children."
es to foster spiritual, emotional, physical, mental and social growth in a beautiful outdoor setting through Christ's teachings."
wth for campers ages 4-18. Camp Fontanelle hosts visitors with year round hospitality in food & lodging.


ditional programs. Challenging activities. Friendly staff & environment."
ed summer. Your child will make friends, develop life-long skills and enjoy one-of-a-kind activities with our caring staff."


 . Open to all girls ages 6 to 16. Girl Scouts discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together."
ning program for girls age 16-17. Max of 6 girls to be trained in leadership ability, wilderness trips and receive Biblical dir."
 e lot more! Consistently picked by Tennis Magazine as a top 5 residential tennis camp in the USA. Only Tennis Camp in West Accredited b
 ins! Get fit, feel good, lose weight & learn how to make change happen while making new friends and enjoying the summer in the beautif
 ns) offering community, teaching, full liturgical life, sports, crafts, all in an Orthodox, natural context and setting."
accredited western riding program; vaulting lessons, animal care & plenty of other activities to enjoy."
ment, Kosher food,structured, lighted fields, pool & lake swim."

 ree tennis courts, three swimming pools ,nature craft, music. Excellent facilities, program and staff."
0 acers offers yr-round modern facilites & programming for all ages. Vist www.nacome.org"

 dren try new experiences, improve social skills and self esteem, foster strong friendships and create lasting memories."
nyon program is a 4 year youth development program that strives to empower youth to achieve their potential by building self confidence
 amp for kids ages 7-17 offering over 70 different sports, water, adventure, and creative skills activities."
es and fun. Exciting wilderness travels, mounteering plus dynamic in-camp programs at our beautiful facility."
mp experience for children who would not normally have the opportunity. Campers attend at little or no-cost to their families as they are s

of outstanding facilities with two swimming pools, sports, lake programs, pond with fishing & boating, nature, tennis, go karts & performi
, and traditional camping. Open to all girls ages 6 to 16. Beautiful lakefront property."
ons are invited into an ongoing relationship with Jesus Christ, one another, and the world."


 of Santa Ynez Valley. facility rentals, traditional day camps for 2 year olds - 5th grade. Enrichment programs for middle school age kids. Sw
 ed on the Elk River. We offer girls learning adventures in a warm, supportive atmosphere."
 lcome to Galileo Learning where Pre K-8th grades bring their ideas to life. www.galileo-learning.com
 ve fun, learn, make lasting friends, change your life"
 mmer experiences, exposing children to a variety of athletic, creative, social and cultural activities."
and renewal with summer camp for children and youth as well as year round usage for retreats."
 nia. Camp Doodles creates a fun 'home away from home' ambiance for their participants."
serving youth & adults ;wheelchair accessible-pool;hiking;adjacent to state lake for canoeing & sailing.
 r young children located on a 3 acre wooded campus, Montessori activities, pony rides, and field trips."


 needs and diabetes.

special needs children. Camping sessions are made through accredited groups, not on individual basis."
Our desire is to be instruments of change in a Christ-centered atmosphere, to provide opportunities for change in the lives of poverty-stri
 petitive programs."
egrity & values. Quality programming creates life skills & lasting memories all in a great Jewish camp environment."




th enriching the hearts and minds of our campers in a nurturing environment.
programs for children impacted by HIV/AIDS.
 urette Syndrome, Asperger Syndrome, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder grades 3 thru 8."
 & excitement you can possibly squeeze into 3 short months. Make friends, have fun, learn values."


& water sports, creative & performing arts and outdoor living skills."
ism, with emphasis on respecting differences, teamwork, and cultivating positive relationships."

 miles north of NYC. Emphasizes top quality sports instruction, crafts, water and outdoor adventure, self-esteem & friendships."

' GA,IL,MA, & PA. Game design, Web design, animations. Build Robots, RC cars. Explore programming. Sports & rec."
  the Rio Grande, ride the SeaWasp. Christ-centered program and staff."
for children with cancer, primarily living in Georgia."
r campers and we succeed. Outstanding staff gorgeous campus.
anch is one of the most unique and beautiful camp and retreat centers in Texas."
programs for children 3-15. Camp offerings include fine and performing arts, sports, gymnastics and adventure. Camp programs offered a




camp & camp activities while learning diabetes management. Skills provide a lifetime of success


rls & boys ages 8-16 enjoy over 30 land & water sports. $8 million sports center, 200,000 sq. ft. turf fields, & amazing performing Arts Cen


 l camp. Our foundation is based on the belief that children grow best when inspired & challenged in a caring & nurturing environment.
usiness retreats."
tanding facilities - art, sports & enrichment activities for ages 3-15 in a unique quiet country setting. There's no place like Buckley."
  structured and comfortable environment where friends can be made and lifetime memories created."
   22 acres & is a co-ed day camp serving children ages 5-16 since 1924. Activities include boating, swimming, archery, sports, nature, arts &
 g the gospel and experiencing Christian Community.
 boating. Plays & field trips each session. Outstanding staff. Transportation.
nderprivileged children giving them a break from their daily struggles.
etting, warm caring experienced staff. Full range of land & water sports, crafts, drama, trips & great fun."
vant events located in beautiful mountains outstanding Christian staff.
nnessee. Modern facilities, private setting. Friendly staff & environment"
  n adventurous setting. Positive Christian atmosphere with raditional activities as well as speciality programs. Great food, low camper/sta
 rness' living in Christian community.
er relationship with God, join others and the whole of creation through daily scripture study. Campers enhance their confidence and indiv
e, community-centered, sports, seim, high ropes. Hebrew language."

 lopment. Personal and spiritual growth through Bible study, nature and adventure activities, small group setting."
f activities including swimming & boating, that meets the needs of every girl."
 mp on Long Island for 2-9 year olds. Full Miki days including transportation & lunch. Small groups with excellent staff to child ratios.
 living and fun. An adventure program offers a variety of challenging activities Year round programs offered."
e 1 Diabetes. Campers attend at no cost. The goal of the camp is to create a 'can do' atmosphere.

 amilies and strong communities. Specialty camps.Half-day & daily programs.Ages 3-16
 d, and guided to become capable and self-reliant."

ow in faith in the beautiful Northwoods, Christian community for life long learning. Nourish body, mind, soul."
in treatment or in remission. Affiliated with the American Cancer Society. Free of charge.

 camp. Plus horseback, motorized dirt-bikes, water zip-lines, target sports and more. Christian atmosphere."
s 5-15, and specially designed/adapted programs for adult campers challenged by a disability."
 convenient Dane County and Waukesha County locations. Weekly themes for 5-7 yr olds. Specialty unit choices for 8-11.

ture, close to home! A unique recreational facility open to people of all ages and abilities. Located outside Saint Louis, MO in Edmund A. B
nce's and community building opportunities for young people with heart disease and their families."

 ing, surf, sports, and arts."
nto the exciting worlds of Magic, Dinosaurs and Space & Rockets."
 r all ages led by enthusiastic, certified staff."
 that builds courage, confidence, character, independence & skills for life."
ut nature & team work, develop physical skills & foster attitutues of patriotism & establish self esteem."

ature on Pleasant Valley's 1300 acres of forest, meadow, mountain, brooks and beaver ponds since 1947"
erves youth ages 8-16 with developmental disability. Campers must reside in Clay County Missouri.

cover the Benefits.

nature at an 1100 acre coastal wildlife sanctuary on Cape Cod! Explore, discover and get hands-on in nature!"
 fer a diverse program in a traditional camp setting, with an emphasis on developing a positive self image."

 59 N Munn Ave. offers summer day camp for children ages 5-13. We offers a full range of educational & recreational activities.
es kids a one-of-a-kind, behind the scenes, hands on experiences with amazing animals-including many that are endangered."
dual achievement, adventure, fun, fellowship and friends."
 n new skills, make friends and expand their horizons in a natural environment."
 trive to provide diverse recreational activities for children ages 4-13.
at mix of traditional and novel camp activities. Come try our BMX bike race track.
ch camper have a healthy, happy summer while developing body, mind and spirit. We stress safety first."
  sciences. Learn about theatre, cooking and survival all while staying in a national park. Tradtitional camp experiences, such as hiking, cam
 h to learn about themselves and develope new relationships with peers and God under leadership of staff.
 nce must be coordinated through a local club. Inquiries encouraged.
tering K-8, can have the summer experience that builds self esteem, lasting friendships, and treasured memories."
c, knowledgeable staff. High staff:camper ratio builds strong community. Individual projects, variety and laughter."
gh Christian camping.
 & art program in reform Jewish community. Entering 2nd-8th grade.

a, Hawaii, Alaska, Washington, Norway. Backpack, yoga, horses, surfing, organic fitness & genuine friendship."
ncrease awareness of their environment.
ojects designed to bring out the leader in all.
 amp includes swimming, field trips, arts & crafts, and bilding strong friendships. Come for one week or the whole summer. See you soon!

 l inclusive activities staff ratio of 3:1 experiential learning philosophy with prof staff.
ossil search, surround open fields, pool, 14 cabins, rec & dining halls. Rental groups welcome. Food service."
 the first private day cap in NJ & has given children extraordinary summers for 80 years. Tuition inc door to door trans.
re about who we are as children of God. Explore the Ponderosa forest Chadron State Park, sleeping under the stars and so much more."
here campers self-esteem & parental trust are priority #1.
 n Blue Hills, 20 min. from Boston. Transportation and lunch provided"

elds & courts, arts pavilions, nature complex, mini golf, splash park, ropes course & more. Transportation & Lunch"
 ership, teamwork and achieving your personal best. Lots of individual attention."
 and fun to express creativity, learn new skills and build meaningful relationships."
make new friends, learn new skills, & have fun!"
t of character in a safe, fun, enriching, outdoor environment."

oviding a complete and comprehensive training to our campers in a safe and fun environment conducive to learning.
 le one week sessions, camper choice & nurturing, fun adult head counselors. Tons of activities & events."
 in the mtn setting providing a variety of exciting & nurturing activities - canoeing, bacckpacking, horse camps, biking, archery et al."
atured along with recreational & skill buildling classes that develop character & self-worth. Open year round.
osphere, an elective program guided by caring & competent staff."
 . 'Our passion is to help every camper become the champion God intends him or her to be'. Let us tell you how we do it.
d sports programs in a fun, inclusive environment."
  ages that encourages a faith relationship with Jesus Christ through bible study, worship,music and fellowship."

pportunity for troubled & underprivelaged youth. Donors around the state sponsor youth to attend camp for free.
become productive adults. Beautiful rental facility at Franklin Hall available in off season for weddings and family gatherings.
ield trips, and programs that foster Jewish learning opportunities."
cre fully shaded campus with air-conditioned activity buildings. Tuition includes lunch, towels, horseback & transportation."

ating, 3 lakes, performing arts, sports, 52,000 sq ft indoor space. Much more"

al needs camps serving ages 3-16, based on developmentally appropriate activities"
d cancer.Free camp&supported by donations&the American Cancer Soc
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on providing a free medically supervised residental camp for children ages 7-17 who are suffering from heart disease.
That lasts forever.
h a broad range of activities and electives. Strong Jewish environment. Warm and caring staff. FUN
 nselors and other staff was invaluable, and a lot of lessons that I learned there are ones that I will carry the rest of my life."
ique desert surrounding. Explore abilities while overcoming social boundries.
spiritual growth, through the love & joy of Jesus Christ. Camp Luther, located on 66 wooded acres long the shores of Lake Erie, provides a

joy, understand and appreciate the natural environment through hands-on, inquiry-based activities."
 p connects children and nature through fun outdoor explorations in a safe environment! Programs for children in grades k-9.


 esidential co-ed gymnastics camp for ages 7 to 17 located in northeastern PA the premiere US gymnatics camp. Visit Web site www.inter
nson is a place where people of all ages can experience God through creation, recreation, and community."
ence in caring for their diabetes. Medical supervision.
nal Forest. Wilderness, water falls & creeks to explore. Experience Christian community."
/HOH 3-1 wk session, Glyndon diabetes program, 1 family session, 4-1 wk session, 1 wk adult blind."


g, committed safe environment using leadership skills for boys & girls ages 9 thru 17."
critically ill children & their families a retreat & respite, all at no expense to the family."

ls ages 7-11 who meet USDA qualification for free lunch. Campers invited to the two week camp at no cost.
 pers w/exciting activities, programs, classes & special features."

pants a quality adventure experience in a Christian atmosphere. Trips in mountains of SW Virginia, NW North Carolina & beyond."
  do. We will amaze you.
 traditional camp fun, relive summers past & develop a love of nature: new experiences are shared & friends are made."

 committed to extending the use of facility to all children and adults who have disability or chronic illness. Wonderful adaptive recreation

 Adventure center provides the picturesque setting for all individuals to grow personally and professionally."

 challenges kids to be the best they are while encouraging everyone on their level. Positive words of priase are our guideline for all activit
 & operated adventure camp in Harpers Ferry WV for incredible outdoor experiences your child will never forget! Activities include rafting
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it, mind and body."
s to have fun, be safe, and care for self and others."
igh/low ropes, ride go-karts archery, disc golf & more. Safe, comfortable facilities & caring staff."


at flag raising. Mature, experienced staff. Carnival, Caribbean Day and PJ Brunch: a few special days."
nter seeks to build Christian commitment through camping and retreat ministries year-round. We look forward to serving you.

ests, look to YMCA camping for a safe and fun summer experience."
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CA camping for a safe and fun summer experience."
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ugust. Conference retreat center year round.
ng. Children develop confidence, build character and meet new friends."
cated on 118 acres incl mountain trails, lakefront property, & modern accommodations. Just one block from the beach."
More actual riding time than anywhere. Some experience necessary. Excellent horses and instructors."
d day campin Houston. Campers enjoy a variety of activities including sports, games, crafts, daily swimming, special events, teen camp, e
d youth that fosters the development of self-esteem.


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e, team building, soccer, basketball, softball, volleyball, pool, hiking, 100 acres bordering national forest."
ping for a safe and fun summer experience."
dle, bath and ridig lessons daily. Certified Riding Instructors. Recognized by The Wall St Jrnl."
sical, social, mental, and spiritual dimensions of each camper's life."
 r. Programs include Summer Science Camp for middle-school students and Outdoor Science School with 2 to 5 day custom curriculum op
amp to the air with it's popular Aerospace Camp Experience (ACE).
riends & strengthen their self esteem."




oods, fun, fellowship, hiking, bonfires, songs, and swimming, all for the Glory of God."
ports. Self confidence, self discipline, appreciation for nature and others"
e first camp in the nation created to serve homeless children to enrich growth of each camper by providing a respite from homelessness.
n a beautiful mountain setting for children ages 6-17.

8th graders. We are located in Wekiwa Springs State Park and have an exciting program.
for youth with LD and AD/HD. Programs in NC, FL, WY, CA, IL, and Costa Rica. Emphasis placed on developing self-esteem and self confide




ence Center is a Ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande.

e focus on fun, friendships, and fantastic lifelong memories. COME JOIN US"
 des quality camp experiences for economically disadvantaged children selected through community agencies.
relationship development. Visit us on the web at www.ucgyouth.org to request our camp magazine.
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y in setting of natural beauty for refreshment, recreation, and renewal."
p offering affordable 2, 4, & 6 week sessions. Warm, friendly atmosphere & extensive facilities in the beautiful Berkshires make for magica
play in a spirit of cooperation rather than competition

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camp for boys that promotes leadership development, self-confidence, & team building. 3 ten day sessions."
 ing, biking, & fun in the sun atmosphere."




 ortunity to share experiences and learn more about managing their disease"
or children with serious medical conditions and their families.
ships, and traditions. Choice instructional program."

 from over 40 denominations to grow spiritually in a high energy, creative and accepting environment. Formerly InPursuit."

, to develope Christian character and to promote world missions."
 nd self in the outdoor setting."
s students for the psychological, social and academic rigors of college."
 riends, learn new skills and have a great time out-of-doors."




m serving Northern California children and adults with developmental disabilities.
 ir days swimming, horseback riding, hiking and having fun. Non-Girl Scouts welcome."
 Henry S. Jacobs Camp has been providing since 1970. We are a small camp that delivers big fun & huge impact.
y weekends, and 5 winter weekends. Activites, education, and medical supervision."
cation. Beautiful lake, woods and wetlands."
ortation, great activities and fun."
t. Tony Perez, The Salvation Army's Camp Tomahawk provides a Christian-based environment where character-building & socialization ski

 raditional, pre-school & teens are our major focus. Choices include sports, adventure, arts & crafts, performing."

 ng for Aspergers,NLD,HFA. Develop peer relationships w/fun, interactive activities & drama. www.campnewconnections.com"
im. Specialty Camps: ceramics, painting, wood, photo, video. Trip Camps: Nature, adventure. Ropes, rock wall, pool."
al hands on science program and noncompetitive sports. Certified teachers as counselors. Swim in our blue lagoon."
pectacular trails, excellent instruction, all levels."




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 ve vacation for adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilties.

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ristian heritage into programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all."
tunities for spiritual growth. All can experience God's natural beauty in camping environment.
y's best beaches, lakes and water parks. High-action and quality fun. 2-day, risk-free, 100% money-back guarantee."

housands of students on voyages of self-discovery and aviation adventure.
sconsin specializes in unique travel and adventure camping programs for youth aged 8-15."
 ide an excellent backdrop for a camper to grow inside and outside. From horseback to drama to archery, we have a place for every girl."
  provides an opportunity for kids to explore the natural world with other young naturalists in a safe & supportive environment.
gton & North Stonington towns in CT since 1948."

atholic adventure camp. Scripture study, prayer, horeses, high ropes, climbing, outdoor adventures & caring staff makes us unique."
zz. Stress guidance, choices. Waterfront, tennis, arts and coed evening activitites."
individuality. Camp Gadol, Camp Xtreme, Summer Arts Center, Dance Intensive, Toward Tommorrow, and the CIT Summer Experience."
h & snack provided daily. Swim instruction. Weekly trips. Jewish heritage program."
Wood aspires to help the Girl Scouts of DuPage County Council 'discover the fun, friendship and power of girls together.'"
 e with the family on the weekend. Camper choice program. Friendly, fun, positive camp community. Transportation provided."




ok to YMCA camping for a safe and fun summer experience."
 f from 14 countries + 30 U.S. to 4.5 acre campus on Cape Cod. All share Courage, Hope, Good Spirit and Peace."
Hands-on skills of leadership and community service taught by youth staff. Post-camp mentoring."


ograms for children and youth to experience the traditional camp activities while growing in their faith and developing character.

 nnisota and cold weather/snow camping in Minnesota. Delivering wilderness adventure for 88 yrs."
ough, sailing, SCUBA or camping. The Conf. Ctn. is offered Scouts or Non-profit groups."
 lly challenged individuals and groups.
 venture Camps. Come join Camp Kingswood for quality Christian camping in rustic but comfortable setting. Close to Minneapolis."
discipleship and stewardship of creation.


 clusively for young women, and the most fun, most famous, most effective and most affordable summer weight loss camp."
   and games. Strong swim program."
 he Tahoe Nat'l Forest for 8-17 year olds. Small, noncompetitive, near 70+ lakes & miles of trails."
  n ages 6 - 14. Make summer memorable. Spend it at The Marsh.
  phasis on being outdoors. Kids discover new talents, learn skills, and make lasting friendships."
  venture. Make new friends,learn new skills and have a great time in the out-of-doors."
  hronic illnesses or disabilities.

 n a place of laughter and learning since 1935.

 urches, faith groups & not-for-profit organizations. We are located on the shores of Lake Huron. We offer exceptional food service & clea
p, a lifetime of memories"
 cret in North Carolina. An experience that lasts a lifetime. Great staff & activities.
 for children ages 7-16. All land & water sports, crafts, performing arts, and much more. Since 1927 Kinder Ring has provided countless chi
 ar round. Owned/Operated by the Girl Scouts of Appleseed Ridge
one. We have more than 200 animals, jr vet & adopt an animal programs. Traditional camp where campers learn & have fun"


 s courage, confidence, independence and skills for life."

mature staff. Our day camp teaches caring, honesty, respect & responsibility. Programs include arts, sports."
 ural learning experience in God's family without leaving the United States.
itually grow through our rustic setting, beautiful wildlife & Boy Lake sunsets."
Character-building experiences in friendly, informal, unpressured atmosphere. Experienced staff, (3.1 ratio)"
 tled in the San Bernadino Mtns of So Cal. Pali offers 16 amazing specialities, incredible afternoon activities and awesome night activities. G

 vernight camps. A quality experience at YMCA Camp Ockanickon & Matollionequay & Lake Stockwell."
n south-central PA. 120 acre lake, horses, art studio, are just a part. Unique location great for nature & adventure"


 designed to serve youth & adults with developmental disabilities, emotional and behavioural needs. Specialized sessions."
t Enchanted Hills camp employs adaptive strategies that facilitate blind & visually impaired campers full participation in activities such as n
 dence is awesome. Health professional progam-camp rate. Come see what a difference summer can make.




ges 6-12 with physical & intellectual disabilities. Our ratio counselors to campers is 1:3. We have lots of fun, daily swimming, crafts & mor

 attend summer camp. We create an environment that is safe physically, spiritually where campers develop positive self-esteem, leadersh


 promotes a child's curiosity fornature. Traditional activities are blended with animal care and chasing frogs.
ppropriate, including ROCK CLIMBING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, HIKING, KAYAKING, RAFTING, HORSEBACK RIDING, & MUCH, MUCH MORE!"

me enjoy the outdoors in a day camp program with a resident camp feel. Environmental & experiencial learning, leadership, nature."
 ional facilities,meaningful traditions,andunique philosophy. Canoeing,treasure hunts. At Camp Horseshoe each boy matters."
s to bond & build relationships through traditional camp activities such as art, sports, computers, cooking and more."

he skills of making and keeping friends while building self-esteem, resilience and self-confidence,"
pecially from the inner city, experience the love of Christ through excellent facilities, creative programs and loving staff."
onal Camps.' GA, IL, MA, PA. Game design, Web design, animations. Build robots, RC cars. Explore programming. Sports & rec."

 is located on a beautiful 32 acre campus, complete with olympic length pools for swimming and lake for boating. Children ages 3-15 atten
s Kansas. Starwood Outdoor Center offers a wide variety of activities. Starwoods provides primitive and non-primitive accomodations and

oviding a safe & healthy camp environment where innovative programs build character through fun. We value friendships, understanding
exible programming for children ages 5-15; excellent counselor/camper rations & experienced, professional, and dedicated staff"
enture education & outdoor education to diverse groups in the Kansas City region, immersing children in a unique environment that enco


our mission is to enrich the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses."
terpieces or build robots this summer at an Imaginarium Explorer Camp. New for 2011, dig deeper into the mystery of the ice age with ca
ted in the Ramapo Mountains of northern New Jersey. During each campers week long stay they have the opportunity to take part in man




works exclusively through partner agencies and is not available to the general public.

Come join the fun at the Abington YMCA."
piness and excitement. A place to make memories to last a lifetime. We have something for everyone.
dren ages 8-16. Canoeing, sailing, kayaking, outdoor education, arts & crafts, and water safety skills are all part of the fun."

 camp & sport specialty camps ages 5-12. Educating spirit, mind & body. Swim lessons, archery, model rocketry, sports & ropes course. Lo
 new skills and most of all, have fun!"
 most of all, have fun!"




 swick has been providing children with a positive, stimulating and happy summer daycamp experience where they create wonderful mem


mtn. bike, raft, fish, horseback riding & high adventures."
aily schedules include Orthodox Christian services., study, Bible & contemporary discussions."


 achieve their full potential through summer camp experiences and a year round leadership developmen


 rograms for individual growth and exploration to Girl Scouts & non Girl Scouts. Give the gift that lasts a lifetime send your daughter to Gir

 riends & learn about Jewish culture through sports, swimming, crafts & more in a fun-filled enriching environment. Kosher lunch & snacks

milies to teach children lessons that will last a lifetime: leadership, independence, cooperation"
made from the best staff on earth.
 8 acres of woods, streams, and trails centered around a private, 140 acre Lake Broyhill."
 that healthy decision making & problem solving skills provide the foundation for long term development growth & success.
ves of children & adults with chronic illness & disabilities by providing camp, environment & retreat experiences."
mes, swim, attend field trips and more. We offer 4 or 8 week sessions."

  developing the full potential of every individual through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body."
 n of Indiana has been educating,supporting,encouraging & entertaining children with type 1 diabet"
 ts, ropes course, aquatics, outdoor living, ecology, and Jewish education. Scholarships available"
 untains, program fosters growth and friendship. Individual schedules focus on workshops, personal goals, and new experiences. 1-week sp

 ffering sports instruction, athletic performance training and good old fashioned summer camp fun all rolled into one program."


MCA, we demonstrate YMCA best practices in high quality care by providing developmentally appropriate programs for children"
hysical, social, & creative development in a safe nurturing environment. Small groups, caring & dedicated staff, & an opportunity to belon




argest private pool complex in the country, miles of playgrounds,ball fields,amphitheatres,hiking trails & Mini golf."
ties through a fun and safe learning environment.

SPARKS mission is to provide a rich educational and social environment for youths in an active college setting. Emphasis is placed on fun-f
ional, preschool, enricment, and leadership camp for ages 3-16."




 instruction, sports, creative arts,challenge course & more."

mp. Staff ratio 4:1. The excitement of learning and the fun of sports for kids 7-16.
gym games, archery, Bible, canoeing, climbing, horseback, etc. Special week for asthma/diabetes."




  of camp adventures packed full of outdoor fun.We build self-confidence,enhance teamwork,encourage creativity & girl planning. GSCI Ca
 sports education to children. In addition to playing sports during the day, children learn sports values & teamwork."
on 4H welcome. Campers sleep in accessible cabins. Different themes each week, Tropical Vac, Olympics, County Fair,etc"
 ,water activities,rock band,film, woodcraft,wilderness trips. 100 acres,beautiful lake,platform tents. 2.5,3.5,5 or 6 weeks. Plus, 'starter (10

us learning. Academic and camp programs for kids grades 6-10. Venture, Achieve, Succeed at Lowenwood this summer."
 ADHD, Asperger's and high functioning Autism. We share the Good News about Jesus."

te pond, pool, hiking trails, and a world of opportunities. Equstrian Camps ages 6-14."


cture & creativity,competition & teamwork.This balance gives each camper an opportunity to grow and excel in all areas."
Christian place for God's people;encourage the development of leadership skills & educate all people in stewardship of God's creatio


n to grow socially, physically, and intellextually in a safe and caring environment. Located on over 100 acres."


ffers an array of character building activities based on the Y core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility. The program is fill




ed by people who believe that building strong families and strong communities is not just a slogan but our mission driven commitment. Th


believe in the potential of every child. Our caring staff takes an interest in each participant to ensure they have a wonderful camp experien


rogram. Learn healthy lifestyles and have fun while making lifelong friendships. Enjoy this in the beautiful northeast kingdom of Vermont.
re trained counselors supervise fun activities that build self-esteem. Low ropes, archery, nature, more"
 us Christ who live and learn in community to serve in the world.

 from top to bottom. We are dedicated to providing a camp experience that stimulates social interaction, encourages good choices, and d


  grade through senior high. Christian community is stressed. Programs include adventure, arts, and more."


  kart driving specialty camp for kids ages 8-16, is a unique fusion of driving education, life-skills development, and traditional summer cam
 4, 6 & 8 week sessions. Traditonal program for ages 4-7. Specialized program in Sports, Arts and Outdoors for ages 8-14."


 ldren of all ability levels the opportunity to play & grow in a positive & safe enviroment. We strive to develop the whole child.
ses,isolates,rejects & marginalizes by offering an atmosphere that promotes spiritual/emotional growth."




 gages campers in fun, interesting and exciting activities in a safe, healthy and nurturing environment."
 litate social and spiritual growth. We affirm that each camper is a person of worth designed by god for a unique purpose.This is communic
 e camps for the sports lovers, those who enjoy the arts as well as those want to explore nature. Camps build character, friendships, and w
  nd boys. Catholic values are practiced in community living.


 and supportive community that helps campers improve their social skills. Akeela campers are bright and well-behaved boys and girls who




will be one to remember at Adventureplex.


 . We build self-confidence,enhance teamwork,encourage creativity & girl planning. GSCI Camps-for all girls. You don't have to be a curren
 h Autism Spectrum Disorder and their typically-developing peers. Recreation, independence, and friendhsip are the main focus of our fun




 co-ed summer camp in East Texas. Based on Christian principles, we are driven by our five core values: fun, meaningful relationships, outd
outh with specific learning disabilities.(including dyslexia) Campers return to school with a more positive outlook, the confidence they can
ational experience for youth ages 5-12. Visit www.gahanna.gov for more information!"
conference, environmental education and team building facility which is led by a professional and committed staff. We offer day and resid
dence, teach riding & horsemanship skills, instill respect for the environment, while encouraging new friendships."
 manual arts, technology and collaboration. They create the spectacular Beam Project, learning to transform ideas into artifact and action

n including sports, arts & crafts, nature, Judaic programs, cookouts, swimming, ropes course, and more."


s for resident and day campers who enjoy climbing, boating, swimming, horses, theatre, dance, skatepark, and more."

son or daughter."
 een Preschool camps. Character development emphasis team building & fun.




 themes for ages 3-14 and extended day options. Small camp with great staff and guest artists.




rogram located on Sippican Harbor. Activity & optional enrichment courses."




00 acres of conversation lands. Our progression based tripping model offers in-camp activities & wilderness ravel for girls 8-16. In-camp a
small group activities, hiking in local rock quarry, fort building, weekly cookout, focus on building relationships"
 for youth and families enabling each individual camper to explore a wide variety of new interests. Camp Lakotah is a place where you are




 ierra is located at 4800-elevation in the Sierra. One hour East of Fresno between Shaver & Huntington Lakes nestled in a pine & fir forest.


  get enough of sports and loves the spirit of competition. Coaches work with campers to challenge them and give them the one-on-one a
rld of theater. Campers learn skills such as acting, choreography, & set/costume design. Each 3 week session concludes with a performanc

 trum. Special Education Teachers lead the program which incorporates recreational activities. OT, ST & therapeutic riding, while also wor

 skills and most of all, have fun!"




 in children & introduces them to new experiences while creating friendships in a fun/safe environment that last a lifetime. Variety of cam


nd sports day camp. Staff ratio 1:4. The excitement of learning and the fun of sports for kids7 to16.

March 1! Welcome to Galileo Learning where Pre K-8th grades bring their ideas to life. www.galileo-learning.com

 ue program that gives campers a chance to explore and interact with rangers. Campers explore forests, streams, meadows, and trails. On

ages enjoy a great outdoor waterpark & heated outdoor pool. Our caring staff lead awesome craft, music, sports & nature activities as we




 a safe, quality, Jewish day camp experience with a focus on fun, spirit, friendship & community. Our JCC camp programs offer campers a
 300 acres of forests & fields on campus of Virginia Wesleyan College. Activities are available allowing children to experience a traditional

 Day Camp in Huntington Beach for children with mild-moderate behavioral,emotional or social difficulties. Proven effecdtive individualize
 ter Boston, we create truly magical summersfor children, instill Jewish pride, and build lasting friendships. Our staff is chosen for their bo

 ports, entertainment, Islamic stories, prayer, theme days with special activities."




March 1! Welcome to Galileo Learning where Pre K-8th grades bring their ideas to life. www.galileo-learning.com

 ue program that gives campers a chance to explore and interact with rangers. Campers explore forests, streams, meadows, and trails. On
ages enjoy a great outdoor waterpark & heated outdoor pool. Our caring staff lead awesome craft, music, sports & nature activities as we
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ian, arts, and more. OVS is located in So. California near the Pacific Ocean and Los Padres national Forest."
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ports,arts,music & drama. At Camp Emeth there is something"
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en CA, at the heart of the camp is a large grassy meadow bordered by coastal redwoods."
 on, develop healthy relationships. gain new skills, and have fun."

the Great Commission is located at 4000 elev. Less than 1 1/2 hour from Sacramento CA.


perience to the Bay Area for over 60 years."




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ment. See you at camp."




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alues of caring, honesty, respect, responsiblilty, and faith. YMCA of the Rockieshas affordable cabins, lodge rooms, and activities for all!"
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5, & 7 week sessions for 140 girls ages 7-16 with a 3:1 camper-counselor ratio."




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