The Spark


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 such as swimming, canoeing, hiking, archery, nature activities and adventure course, which features a climbing wall, high ropes, and a giant swing. Night-time brings campfires, s’mores, night hikes, and other fun activities!

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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. Open since 1949, Waluhili’s 219 acres of forest and 3 miles of shoreline offer countless activities including water sports, shooting sports, climbing/rappelling, outdoor skills, and Counselor-In-Training programs.

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Camp Tacanneko

Camp Arroyo Grande Methodist Conference Campground in the hills above the Village of Arroyo Grande

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Camp Sweyolakan

300 acres on forested hillside and has a mile of shore line on Mica Bay, Lake Coeur d'Alene.

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Camp Shiwaka

A forest in the city on 5 acres in East Long Beach, near the 605 fwy. Traditional camp opportunities including low -element challenge course, archery, outdoor skills and out door fire ring cooking. Craft activities are geared toward the camp theme. Campers earn a variety of nature awards as learn to value the natural enviroment.

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Camp Si-La-Meo

Located on the campus of Alaska Pacific University

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Camp Sunshine Day Camp

Camp Fire Program Center – includes 1.5 acres of fenced outdoor space.

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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 Outrageous Hantesa

Camp Outrageous Hantesa helps middle school students grow while participating in extreme activities that help them to test their boundaries and meet new friends. Summer at Outrageous is jam packed with rock climbing, target sports, paintballing, and more! Grow into a leader through “outrageous” activities designed to meet the needs of this specific age group.

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A purpose in life, less depression and anxiety, better social skills, higher school attendance…all of these benefits (and more!) when kids/teens have opportunity to nurture their Spark with adult support! See all the awesome benefits when you share your email! Enjoy: