Wilderness Adventure and Travel Programs for youth

Forest Lake Camp

Residential camp with separate campuses for boys and girls

Chestertown, New York

Established in 1926

Forest Lake Camp

Forest Lake Camp is a traditional sleep away camp located in the Adirondack mountains of New York. We are a general activities camp with separate camps for Boys and Girls, known as a "Brother-Sister camp" with all daily activities done separately. Our programs range from team sports and outdoor activities to horseback riding and the arts.

Our camp is situated on 800 acres of private property where we can enjoy endless ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Coed Camp

Outward Bound

Wilderness adventure programs worldwide

USA and some international locations

Established in 1962

Outward Bound

For 50 years and with more than 1 million participants, Outward Bound continues to be the premier provider of experience-based outdoor leadership programs. A national nonprofit, we offer over 500 adventure-based courses year-round serving youth (starting at age 12), teens and adults.

Course activities include rock climbing, sea kayaking, backpacking, mountaineering, canyoneering, skiing and snowboarding, sailing, dog sledding, canoeing ...read more

Coed Camp

Mass Audubon Summer Camps

Coed Camp with Residential & Day Camp Sessions

19 Locations in Massachusetts, One Location in New Hampshire

Established in 1949

Mass Audubon Summer Camps

Have fun, make friends, and experience nature this summer! Mass Audubon campers enjoy outdoor exploration, habitat hikes, wildlife observation, hands-on activities, interactive games, imaginative free play, creative crafts, and more. Small group sizes ensure camper safety and engagement with positive role models who are enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge of the outdoors.

Sign up for hands-on, outdoor fun this summer. With 19 ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Coed Camp

Roaring Brook Camp for Boys

Residential boys' summer camp

Bradford, Vermont

Established in 1965

Roaring Brook Camp for Boys

For over 50 years, Roaring Brook Camp has specialized in providing instruction in outdoor sports and outdoor skills, and Vermont crafts. A 650-acre forest preserve with 15 acre private lake provides a pristine setting for boys wanting a fun and exciting camp experience. Activities include: rock climbing, rappelling, ropes course, tyrolean traverse, bouldering, slacklining, survival training, orienteering, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Boys Camp

Camp Birch Hill

Residential coed summer camp

New Durham, New Hampshire

Established in 1993

Camp Birch Hill

Birch Hill is a traditional summer camp for boys and girls ages 6 to 16. Our elective program lets campers choose from over 50 activities throughout their 2, 4, or 6 week stay. Birch Hill's 104 scenic acres make the perfect site for the total camping experience. Our facilities: indoor gymnasium, horse stables, riding ring and trails, ball fields, 4 tennis courts, in and outdoor basketball courts, beach volleyball, street hockey arena, golf ...read more

Coed Camp

Night Eagle Wilderness Adventures

Residential boys' summer camp

Cuttingsville, Vermont

Established in 1999

Night Eagle Wilderness Adventures

Night Eagle Wilderness Adventures is a unique primitive summer camp for boys. At Night Eagle, we live in tipis and do things that boys did hundreds of years ago - learn survival skills (fire making with flint & steel or bow drills, plant identification, tracking), create lots of craft items (birchbark baskets, moccasins), go on hikes, canoe, swim, and play lots of games (Buffalo Robe, Stalk the Chief and Slack 'Em to name a few)!

Through ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Boys Camp

Camp Winnebago

Residential Boys' Summer Camp

Fayette, Maine

Established in 1919

Camp Winnebago

Founded in 1919, Winnebago is located on 400 acres with two miles of shorefront on pristine Echo Lake. 150 campers come each summer to enjoy the best summer of their lives. We enjoy a 90% return rate, which is proof of how much fun camp is and how much campers get from the Winnebago experience.

How to measure value at camp? Ask the child, and they answer "fun". Ask the adult and they answer "values" and "healthy ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Boys Camp

Camp Runoia

Residential Girls' Summer Camp

Belgrade Lakes, Maine

Established in 1907

Camp Runoia

Fun and adventure, leadership and lifelong skills for girls aged 8-15. Camp Runoia is located on a crystal clear lake in Central Maine. The camp experience at Runoia is about trying new things in a safe, supportive, fun atmosphere, learning to love living with other people and enjoying the experience of camp!

Activities include: sailing, canoeing, wind surfing, waterskiing, kayaking, arts and crafts, theatre, pottery, wood shop, stained ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association

Kingsley Pines Camp

Residential coed summer camp

Raymond, Maine

Established in 1984

Kingsley Pines Camp

You can't go very far at Kingsley Pines without hearing a laugh or seeing a smile. In our safe surroundings and enriching environment, children have the responsibility of choosing their own activities. They develop a higher level of self-confidence and form friendships that last forever. Our camp is so much fun they'll want to come back year after year! Kingsley Pines - it is the way camp should be!

Ages 8-16, Coed, 2 & ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Coed Camp

SOAR, Inc.

Residential Coed Summer Camp

Programs in the Florida Keys; the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina; the California Coast; the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming

Established in 1977

SOAR, Inc.

SOAR offers high adventure summer camps designed specifically for youth and young adults between the ages of 8 and 25 diagnosed with ADHD and LD. Each of our summer camp programs promotes friendships, increase self-confidence, and develop life skills. Created in 1977 by an adult with learning disabilities, SOAR provides fun and successful experiences so that participants may gain greater awareness of their own strengths and improve self-esteem ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Coed Camp

New York YMCA Camp

Coed Residential Camp

Tri-State Area of NY-NJ-PA

Established in 1917

New York YMCA Camp

The New York YMCA Camp offers summer camp programs for all ages and interests - the excitement awaits! Traditional Coed Sleepaway Camp programs are available for ages 7 to 11 Camp McAlister and ages 11 to 15 at Camp Talcott. Both McAlister and Talcott campers enjoy swimming lessons, a variety of sports, arts and crafts, outdoor living skills, boating, Wibit, and ropes courses. BOLD/GOLD Adventures provides campers ages 15-16 the opportunity to ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Coed Camp

YMCA Camp Mi-Te-Na

Residential boys' summer camp

Alton, New Hampshire

Established in 1913

YMCA Camp Mi-Te-Na

Established in 1913, Camp Mi-Te-Na has been providing boys of all ages (8-15) with the opportunity to experience the summer of a lifetime. Mi-Te-Na is located on the pristine spring-fed Halfmoon Lake where campers and staff can enjoy swimming, water skiing, tubing, a water trampoline, boating, basketball, mountain boarding, archery, and many other exciting activities.

There are 75 acres of woodlands and fields to enhance everyone's ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Boys Camp

Acadia Rock Climbing and Adventure Camp

Wilderness adventure program

Bar Harbor, Maine

Established in 1994

Acadia Rock Climbing and Adventure Camp

Acadia Mountain Guides offers small group coed camp experiences for ages 9 - 12 and ages 13 - 18.

Our Explorer Series for young campers features multi-sport adventure and focused climbing camps primarily within Acadia National Park in Maine. These camps are available in day or overnight formats. Adventure camps include lots of activities such as rock climbing, ropes course, hiking, nature study, canoeing, caving, swimming, first ...read more

Accredited by the American Mountain Guides Association Coed Camp

Camp Hilltop

Residential coed summer camp

Hancock, New York

Established in 1924

Camp Hilltop

Camp Hilltop- A Heap of Friends, A Mountain of Fun!

Camp Hilltop, everything a camp should be! Campers feel comfortable and excel in a non-competitive, structured and nurturing environment. It's a traditional overnight camp in the Catskill Region of New York. Family values are the foundation from which Hilltop is built. We offer 2-8 week sessions at reasonable rates. Come see what sets Hilltop apart.

The daily program ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Coed Camp

Frost Valley YMCA Summer Camp & Adventure Trips

Residential Coed Camp

Claryville, New York

Established in 1901

Frost Valley YMCA Summer Camp & Adventure Trips

As a parent, you want your child to have growth-filled opportunities, healthy habits, and lifelong friendships. We partner with families to do exactly that. More than a place to cool off, our lake is where children learn to swim for the first time or share a canoe with a new friend. Our zipline isn't a ride, but a safe place for teens to find courage they never knew they had. And our cabins provide more than shelter; they're a space ...read more

Accredited by the American Camp Association Coed Camp

Adventure Treks

Wilderness adventure program for Teens

Colorado, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, British Columbia, & NC

Established in 1978

Adventure Treks

Ever climbed a snow covered volcano? Slept under a starry sky on a wilderness beach or rafted a crazy fun whitewater river? Here is your chance! At Adventure Treks this is just a snapshot of your best summer ever. You will see incredible scenery, make great friends from across the country, laugh more than you ever thought possible, and become a better leader. A recent study shows Adventure Treks will improve the 21st century life skills you will ...read more

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