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Camp Orca

Open to the public. Puget Sound beach front facility on Key Peninsula.

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Camp Niwana

in the famous Pineywoods of East Texas, also known as the Big Thicket, the first national preserve ever created.

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Camp Nawakwa

wilderness area near Jenks Lake, 20 minutes from Big Bear City

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Camp Natoma

360 acres of rolling woodlands in the Adelaide mountains southwest of Paso Robles

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Camp Namanu

Located on 552 wooded acres on the shoulder of Mt. Hood, Camp Namanu has a large meadow, pond, swimming pool, and overlooks the Sandy River. Established in 1924, Camp Namanu welcomes campers each summer in Resident Camp and Namanu Ranch.

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Camp Monakiwa

Forested area near the Pecos Wilderness

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Camp Kirby

A traditional resident camp with emphasis on an outdoor living experience located on 47 acres of woodland with1 1/2 miles of shoreline.

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Camp Killoqua

Forest site on the shores of Crabapple lake: trails, game fields and waterfront.

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Camp Kata Kani Day Camp

Seven beautifully wooded acres- near city amenities- cabin with kitchen. No showers or beds.

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