This summer, explore a top campus, make friends as you master new tech skills, and join a community of more than 275,000 alumni. At iD Tech summer camps, students ages 6-18 can learn to code, build websites, design video games, experience virtual reality, mod Minecraft, engineer robots, model and print 3D characters, and more!
Camp Marimeta for Girls is nestled within the glorious pine forests of Northern Wisconsin. Since 1947 Marimeta has been providing girls ages 7-15 the opportunity to build skills and self-confidence in a caring and loving atmosphere.
Fun is what camp is all about! At SNC we use Adventure, Learning and Kindness all in a Natural setting to promote each campers's personal development. Our nurturing atmosphere gives campers confidence to make friends easily and to try new activities. Our Gaol is allows each camper to truly be themselves, maybe thats why 92% of our campers return each summer.
Girls Horse Camp in Central Wi. Our camps boast 3 hours riding every day! Not only will you ride but you'll learn to groom, saddle, bridle and care for your horse! Hayrides, games, campfires, crafts! It's all here!
Pilgrim Center provides a place and community where young people gather for fun, adventure, sharing and exploration of their faith. The emphasis is on building community, respect for each other, and enjoying the great gift in the people and world around us.
Woodbrooke is a small, noncompetitive, nature oriented camp for younger children located on 142 acres. Campers thrive in a caring, safe community where each person is challenged to explore the natural world and their own talents and skills.
Camp Eagle Ridge - Boys & Girls Leadership Camp is an exciting mix of a traditional summer camp experience combined with a focus on leadership training and teamwork!
Conservation Camp is for those interested in nature, the outdoors, and learning about natural resources careers.
A first class educational and athletic travel program for golfers, ages 10-18. Destinations include Scotland, Ireland, Canada, and the U.S. Golfers compete directly against individuals or teams from the countries we visit.