Wilderness Adventure and Travel Programs for youth

There are many different kinds of Summer Camps, in addition to wilderness adventure and travel summer camps programs for teens. The online directory of summer camp at CampPage features a variety of activities and locations.

Fireside Adventures

Wilderness Adventure Coed Camp

Locations Throughout British Columbia & Yukon

Established in 2005

Fireside Adventures

BC & Yukon Summer Camps, Retreats and Expeditions for Children, Youth and Adults

Look no further, as our summer camp experiences connects the best outdoor activities with the treasured moments of being a kid, even if you are an adult. Sign up for our summer camps and expeditions taking you to Hope, Whistler, Vancouver, Gambier Island, Galiano Island, Sechelt, Whitehorse, Dawson City, Carmacks, Yukon River, Howe Sound and more.

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

Coed Camp

Langskib Wilderness Experience

Wilderness canoeing adventures for boys

Temagami, Ontario

Established in 1971

Langskib Wilderness Experience

Langskib offers wilderness canoeing adventures from our remote Canadian island base camp with an emphasis on personal growth, leadership development, and expedition skills. We believe that our canoe trips are an excellent metaphor for life's journey and represent an important rite of passage into adulthood. While the experience is challenging, it is more about learning from the land and each other, than conquering one mountain or river. ...read more

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