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Girls outdoor adventure camp offered in Montana, Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Wyoming. For 1 or 2 weeks pre teen and teen girls ages 11 - 16 enjoy hiking, camping, horseback riding, rafting, backpacking, sea kayaking, surfing, rock climbing and more!

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OMSI Outdoors & Science Classes
Portland, OR

Build a robot. Create chemistry magic. Launch a rocket. Raft Oregon’s rivers. Hike the Redwoods. Wake to a desert sunrise. OMSI Outdoors and Science Classes explore the Northwest from the classroom to the Canadian Rockies!

In a Child's Path Farm
Boring, OR

Campers start each day by helping with morning chores, such as collecting eggs, cleaning stalls and feeding. After the farm work the children will spend up to 4 hours focusing on the week’s camp theme.

Opal Creek Expeditions
Lyons, OR

One week backpacking in the heart of the pristine Opal Creek & Bull of the Woods Wilderness Areas. Learn hands-on what it takes to be a confident & safe backcountry traveler in the beautiful and rugged West Cascades.

Canyonview Camp
Silverton, OR

Canyonview Christian Camp, Silverton Oregon -- Quality Christian Camping since 1959

Farmworks at Springbank Farm
Lebanon, OR

Proven curriculum for fun and formative camp experience bonding with nature, other campers, counselors and animals. Waldorf, Montessori, and Reggio philosophies inspire activities that are adaptable for everyone and foster ownership in campers work and surroundings

Northwest Adventures
Eugene, OR

A Week-long Adventure Program For Age groups 12-13 & 14-15.

Adventure WILD Summer Day Camp
Portland, OR

Urban and rural nature are our playgrounds! Children are encouraged to WONDER, INQUIRE, LEARN and DISCOVER about their surroundings.

Camp Namanu
Sandy, OR

Co-ed residential camp serving ages 6 to 17. Offers a variety of classic summer camp activities on 552 beautiful acres of forest at the foot of Mt. Hood.