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Yosemite Sierra Summer Camp

Dedicated to greater learning opportunities through longer stays at camp, Yosemite Sierra Summer Camp offers two-week long sessions for boys and girls 8 to 16 years old. A Christian adventure camp nestled in the shadow of Yosemite National Park, YSSC helps campers develop new skills, new friends, self-esteem, confidence, and wholesome role models. Come be part of the fun and the family at the "Home of the World's Greatest Campers!

Bar 717 Ranch / Camp Trinity

Camp Trinity on the Bar 717 Ranch is a non-competitive, co-educational camp located on 450 acres in the midst of the pristine wilderness of Trinity County.

For 80 years Camp Trinity has offered children the opportunity to experience nature, develop friendships, learn new skills, and enhance their self esteem. The ranch setting provides children with many challenging and exciting opportunities to interact positively with their environment and with each other.

Children are encouraged to participate in ranch activities which are of benefit to the entire camp community. These activities include animal care, ...

Farm Camp

Established in 1952, Farm Camp is a traditional, coed, overnight camp for children ages 8 to 17. We are located less than 3 hours north of San Francisco on 500 acres of beautiful Sonoma County Redwoods, just 1 1/2 miles up from the Pacific Coast Ocean.

Farm Camp is located at Plantation, which is a working farm located on 500 acres in the coastal hills of Northern California's Sonoma County. Farm Camp's emphasis is in nurturing self esteem and building responsibility in an atmosphere of shared fun in a relaxed and beautiful setting. Campers stay for 1,2, or 4 week sessions. They choose daily from a variety of ...

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