American Wanderer Summer Camp & Camp Berger
Offers a rare opportunity to explore the Wonders of our National Parks. Every day is a new adventure. Come Explore With Us. If you are 11-17 and want to explore the coolest places on the planet, then join us for the adventure of a lifetime. Pack your gear, our Cabins roll and our Camp moves. We offer 4 distinct 2 week sessions exploring over 34 Parks and their surrounding areas in 8 States.
Raft the wild Arkansas River, Climb to alpine lakes in the Grand Tetons, Hike down into the Grand Canyon, Explore ghost towns and ancient ruins, Pan for gold in the Black Hills, Hunt for fossils in Wyoming, Float on the Great Salt Lake, Hike the Virgin River in Zion, Map caves by candlelight
Photograph elk, buffalo, antelope, moose or bear in their natural habitat, Get lost in the red canyons of Utah. Sled down sand dunes and summer snow in the Rockies. Moonlit walk to Delicate Arch
Catch the Perseid Meteor Shower.
Bridgton Sports Camp
In a jam packed 3 week session, campers will “major” in the sport of their choice at our state-of-the-art facility, while experiencing everything a traditional camp has to offer. We strongly believe in structure at camp and have developed a program that allows campers to devote themselves to the “Major” activity for which they have the most passion, while at the same time experiencing everything camp has to offer. Our camp is nestled in the western foothills of Maine on Long Lake. We are 3 hours north of Boston.
SPORTSMANSHIP * TEAMWORK * LOYALTY * KINDNESS
At Bridgton Sports Camp, we live by these values each day. We coach more than just sports; our goal is to have campers improve their athletic abilities while gaining enduring life skills for a successful future.
Camp Berger celebrating our 62nd summer. A traditional co-ed overnight camp for ages 8-14 and CIT program for 15-17. We offer 7 weekly sessions from June 25th through August 12th. The program offers a wide variety of activities: swimming, boating, fishing, arts & crafts, nature, sports, theatre, forest golf and more. Located on scenic 82 acre Park Pond in Winchester Center, CT. Camp tuition is $400/week one of the most reasonable in all of New England. Camp Berger - rned a small profit for the first time in 10+ years...ACA accredited.
Chewonki celebrates the power of unplugging from ordinary life and plunging into the rivers, lakes, mountains, woods, and coastline of Maine and eastern Canada. Find out what's out there-and what's inside of you. Develop your leadership skills. Be part of a small community where you belong and take responsibility for success. If you're looking for challenge, friendship, and a new understanding of yourself and the world, we want to take you outside.
Our friends return to Chewonki summer after summer, developing their skills, their spirit, and their relationships to people and place. On Chewonki Wilderness Trips, each summer is a new adventure but our core values hold constant. Our programming encourages a genuine concern for others, an understanding of the power of integrity, the courage to be your best self, and a genuine curiosity about and care for the natural world. Founded in 1915 by Clarence Allen, Chewonki is an environmental education organization and summer camp located on a 400 acre peninsula reaching out into waters of Montsweag Bay. We inspire transformative growth, teach appreciation and stewardship of the natural world, and challenge people to build thriving, sustainable communities throughout their lives. We hope you join us!
Camp Nashoba North
Beautiful Sebago Lake region, just 2 hours north of Boston. Nashoba offers something for everyone. 2 week Community Service program for 16 & 17 year olds. Traditional, co-educational programs for 190 campers ages 7 to 17. Spectacular lake for all Water Sports. Energetic staff in a supportive atmosphere. Beautiful modern facilities. Experience tennis, soccer, theatre, dance, archery, art, pottery, photography, woodworking, basketball, baseball, rock-climbing, hiking trips and more! Extensive horseback riding & golf. Wonderful food. A.C.A. accredited. Family owned & operated. 3 to 1 ratio.
Camp Wa-Klo is an all girls, summer camp located in the beautiful southwest region of New Hampshire. “Our little corner of the world”
provides a special summer home for girls with a warm, nurturing, and inviting family. We offer a 3, 4, and 7 week option for girls in grades 1-9, a 2 week option for girls in grades 1-6, and for girls in grades 10-12 leadership opportunities. With equal emphasis on land & water activities, creative arts, and horseback riding, the Wa-Klo girl can create a unique and exciting schedule. Girls can audition for plays, choose individual and/or team sports, opt for an array of waterfront activities, cantor on a horse, feed a cow, participate in field archery, and much more!
Emagination blends technology learning with fun summer camp activities to create a well-rounded summer camp experience. Sessions are two-weeks long so campers have time to become part of a community while learning new skills at tech camp.
3 Program Options:
Tech Camp: Campers ages 8 – 17 choose three technology workshops and one recreation workshop. Our STEM-based tech workshops allow campers to explore their interests in coding, science, and technology. Campers round out their day in a fun, physically active way, with one of our recreation workshops which include Retro Games, Improv, and Free Swim.
Game Design: Teens ages 15 – 18 experience what it’s like to work at today’s top game design studios. Choose a role on a development team then design and build a 3D video game. Teens learn the key technical and creative components of video game design including level design and function, the creation of 3D characters, lighting, sound effects and programming. Learn to use industry standard software including 3ds Max © and Maya © from Autodesk; Adobe Photoshop ©; and Unreal Engine 4 from Epic Games.
Programming Camp: Teens ages 13 – 17 learn to program using Java, one of the most popular programming language for creating windows applications. Campers will learn the basics of programming in Java and how it is used by today’s developers to bring seamless integration into desktop and web applications. Progressive curriculum allows campers with prior coding experience to expand Java coding skills. Less experienced campers learn Java fundamentals then move on to more complex concepts.
University locations in Fairfield, CT and near Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Atlanta bring together "kids like me" from nearby towns, states across America and many foreign countries.
The Emagination Difference:
* Three different technology workshops each day. Learn multiple topics.
* Two-week sessions. Time to make friends and be part of a summer camp community.
* Campers learn tech skills AND life skills.
* Senior Camp for Teens with more independence, free time and special activities.
French Woods Festival of Performing Arts
French Woods is one of the largest and most comprehensive performing and visual arts training centers for children in the world. Located on a private lake in the western Catskills of New York State, French Woods attracts campers from throughout the U.S. and around the world. We offer specialty programs in music, theatre, dance, circus, art, magic, rock, cooking, video, tech theatre (lighting, sound, set design, stagecraft), sports, tennis, cooking, waterfront, and horseback riding for three, six, nine or twelve week sessions. Major and minor activities, are combined in a six-period day – the major, which is primarily instructional, being chosen at the beginning of each session and the minor, which can be recreational or instructional, being chosen on a day-to-day basis. Perform in a Broadway show with full orchestra, play another camp in soccer, basketball or baseball, fly on the high trapeze, produce your own movie, record original music, make a stained glass window, ride a horse, dance in a ballet, play in the symphony, bake a soufflé, water ski, play tennis or jam with a rock band. All these activities and more are available at French Woods Festival.
French Woods Sports and Arts Center
One of only dozen coed, sleep-‐away camps in the USA that are specifically for teenagers. Campers ages 12-‐17 have the option of an affordable 2, 4, 6, 8 or 10 week session. Campers come from all over the USA and abroad with a variety of interests. Nestled comfortably on 200 pristine acres in the Catskill Mountains, 2.5 hours from New York City, French Woods Sports and Arts Center offers the perfect balance of Summer Camp in the mountains with clean living and modern facilities.
Offers a fully elective program, which allows campers to choose from traditional and not-‐so-‐ traditional summer camp activities. Exceptional programs are offered inSports, Arts, Technology, ExtremeSports, Circus, RockMusic, Digital Music Production, Dance, Water Sports, DJ and Radio, Theater, Horseback Riding, Communications, Computers, Magic, Cooking, Gymnastics, Fitness-‐Toning-‐Weights, and Role Playing Games. With ahighly qualifiedexperienced staff, French Woods Sports and Arts provides the summer of a lifetime in a safe, supportive, supervised and age appropriate environment.
Independent Lake Camp
Established as a non-traditional summer camp, ILC is dedicated to:
Celebrating diversity of people, activities, places, ideas, views & beliefs,
Promoting creativity within each camper and the community,
Empowering individual growth with our personalized scheduling - each camper chooses their own activities, and
Maintaining top-notch facilities & equipment and employing a talented staff so all activities offered are rich with integrity.
ILC is a fantastic Circus, Sports, Performing Arts, Magic, Extreme Sports, Digital Arts, RPG, LARPing, Fine Arts, Music, Climbing Wall, Aquatics, and Horseback Camp all rolled into one! Join us as we celebrate our 26th summer - make memories that will last forever.
Offers some of the most exciting and cutting-edge summer camps and programs for kids and teens throughout the East Coast, St. Louis, Nashville, and Los Angeles!
With camps in sports, technology, the arts, an overnight camp, and a CIT Leadership Program for teenagers, we have a wide range of highly focused camps for your child/children, ages 5 to 15. Our camps allow campers to select one camp for the entire week (or multiple weeks) and focus their interests on a specific subject for maximum learning and improvement. Lavner Camps is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA).
Maine Teen Camp
A fully elective; 2, 3, 4 or 7 week sleep away camp for teenagers only (13 – 17 years). MTC takes the best aspects of an American Summer Camp - a true community of peers, space and opportunity for growth, introduction to new skills and people, lack of electronic screens and lots of exposure to nature and the chance to simply be yourself - that are most important for teens; while making the whole experience more approachable for a teenage camper - programming designed with teenage needs and interests in mind, an open and welcoming clique-free social environment, and a diverse and international population.
MTC is the best choice for a teen looking to change camps, or try camp for the first time. Your camper can feel confident coming to MTC and knowing that they are not the only "new kid", that the activities and schedule are designed JUST for teenagers, and that they will be meeting new friends from across the country and around the world. Most of our campers come to MTC without knowing anyone else. For a teen looking for a summer of self-growth and independence, this is vital. All our age groups will have significant numbers of first time campers. By focusing only on teens, MTC is not diluting its activity offerings, attempting to cater to 9 year olds and 15 year olds as if they were developmental the same. We recognize that adolescence is a unique stage, and account for this in all we do at camp. We offer a strong activity list featuring rock music, a professional level tennis program, waterskiing and wakeboarding, cooking, and community service (and so much more!)
New York YMCA Camp
New York YMCA Camp has partnered with the BOLD/GOLD Y of the USA movement in wilderness tripping. Our main focus is allowing our oldest campers, 15 and 16 year-olds, to experience the outdoors with back-country activities. We do this by dividing our time both on our 1,000 acre wooded campus and locally, off-site on the river or trail. The intention behind these activities is to provide opportunities for our young adults to learn both how to lead and about their individual leadership style. We also take time to reflect on issues they may be facing in their own lives and those that may be affecting us on a larger scale. Campers will have the chance to learn or advance their skills related to primitive camping as well. The results are pretty amazing!
Nobel Explorers is an online camp for middle- and high- school students, designed to help them explore and acquire skills for their future careers through an immersive, real-world experience.
Small Teams. Big Benefits.
Each Explorers’ Team consists of 6-8 students who actively collaborate with an Instructor and a Coach online on their project of choice.
Each project is facilitated LIVE by an Instructor and a Coach to optimize the learning process and ensure more effective communication.
Flexible Family Time
Busy, modern families can hit the road, spend quality time together, and still have their student master new skills during the summer holidays.
A co-ed overnight teen and "tween" summer camp for 60 teenagers ages 12-16 located in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania. We offer exciting and engaging activities and events everyday including:
Our teen “tween” campers learn new skills, gain self confidence, make strong friendships and become members of our strong, value centered summer community. Things that make SMA Teen Camp unique are:
Young Teen Focused Activities
Choose Your Own Activities Everyday
Adventures and Camping Overnights Out of Camp
Campers increase self confidence and independence
As with many aspects of teenagers lives our camp is also a very social place and we work hard to model and encourage positive relationships, create community in an authentic way, stop cliques from developing, and take away many of the traditional pressures that teens feel in school. The result is that campers feel a new found freedom to explore who they truly are while at the same time feeling like they have a new “home away from home” at Stone Mountain Adventures.
SOCAPA, the School of Creative and Performing Arts
Join the next generation of visual and performing artists at SOCAPA. With summer intensives ranging in length from one to six weeks, and campuses in New York, California and Vermont there's no excuse for not taking action!
Since its inception, SOCAPA has quickly become one of the premier visual and performing arts programs for young people in the world. Our students travel from across the United States and all corners of the globe to participate in our Summer Intensives. Whether a novice or an advanced student, each is dedicated to working hard and gaining the most that they can for the length of the program. Our teachers are leaders in their field and love teaching at SOCAPA. Many of our founding faculty are with us today! They are dedicated to their craft and to passing on their knowledge to the next generation of artists. Our support staff care deeply about the safety, education, and social experience of the students. They work tirelessly to ensure that each student has a rewarding experience at SOCAPA. This combined effort allows for our students to have one of the most fulfilling experiences of their lives.
SOCAPA offers programs in New York City, Los Angeles, and Burlington, VT with intensives in filmmaking, photography, dance, music and acting. In addition, we take advantage of our beautiful locations, planning trips and time to enjoy new friendships in some of the most artistic cities in the USA!
YMCA Camp Tockwogh
Camp Tockwogh fosters healthy living and social responsibility through the development of independence, confidence, lifelong learning and character in youth, teens and families. We are a spectacular, rural camp on 309 well-preserved acres spread over a mile and a half of Chesapeake Bay shoreline. Each year, we serve over 5,000 participants in a variety of programs.