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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 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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Camp Outrageous

Camp Outrageous 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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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 Monakiwa

Forested area near the Pecos Wilderness

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Camp K

On the shores of Kenai Lake

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