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Camp Waluhili

Our resident camp programs are open to all boys and girls 8-17. We intentionally focus our campers’ experiences on building leadership skills, self-confidence, an appreciation for the outdoors, and awareness of community responsibility – all in an inclusive, family-like environment.… Read More >

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Camp Tanadoona

Camp Tanadoona is 103-acres of forest and prairie nestled between Excelsior and Chanhassen in the southwest metro  Since 1924 Tanadoona has been creating memories for youth along the shores of Lake Minnewashta. During the day, campers enjoy traditional camp activities… Read More >

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Camp Sealth

400 acres of forest and wetlands on shores of Puget Sound. Vashon Island is west of Seattle/Tacoma area.

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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 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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