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Over 10 Washington Family Summer Camps Listed Below with In-Depth Camp Info, including: Videos, Photos, Maps & Detailed Descriptions


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Winter & Winter Break Family Camps, Programs, Workshops, & Classes in Washington are Starting in November, 2019

Many of our Washington Family Camps offer Winter & Winter Break Family Programs, Activities, Workshops & Classes starting in November, 2019.

Be sure to check the "Year-Round Programs and Other Camp Info" headings of each camp listing for specifics, or give any Family Camp you're interested in a call to check on Winter & Winter Break dates, times and availability.

Winter & Winter Break 2019-20 Family Camp Open Houses & Reunions

Many of our Family Camps will be hosting Winter & Winter Break Reunions for their previous campers, and Winter & Winter Break Open Houses for interested new campers and families. Each camp is different, and some offer activities for the entire family.

Contact the camp(s) directly to see if there are any Camp Reunion or Open House Plans for November, 2019.

Best Washington Year-Round
Family Camps, Classes & Family Programs

Many of our Best Washington Summer Family Camps also offer Year Round Family Camp Programs, Classes, and Activities. You should contact the camps you are interested in to see if they offer Fall, Winter and/or Spring Family Programs, too.

Best Washington Winter & Winter Break Family Camp Jobs

Searching for Washington Family Camp Jobs? Many of our Best Family Camps are now listing their 2019-20 Winter & Winter Break Camp Jobs, too. Look for the heading "Summer Camp Jobs" in each camp listing. You can also check any camp's website for their "Work at Camp" or "Winter & Winter Break Employment Opportunities" pages.

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Camp Lantern Creek
Montgomery, Texas
936-597-8225

Ages: 7 - 17. All Girl Campers. Overnight Camp.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Lantern Creek is an overnight camp for girls ages 7-17 located in the piney woods of Montgomery,Texas.  We have gone beyond the traditional rules for what summer camp "should" be and developed unexpected, wide-ranging activities with a common theme: fostering self-confidence and creative thinking in girls. We nurture a diverse group of girls to feel that they can accomplish anything - or at least try. We celebrate both successes and great attempts.

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Camp Huston
Gold Bar, WA

Visit Our Camp Huston Website
360-793-0441
info[AT]huston.org
14725 Ley Rd.
Gold Bar, WA 98251

MOST RECENT UPDATE:
More than 6 months ago. Contact camp for the latest 2019 camp info.

CAMPER AGES: 6 - 16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Christian.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Theater, Fine Arts/Crafts, Horses/Equestrian, Team Sports, Adventure, and more. Leadership

CAMP LOCATION: Camp Huston sits on 70 acres in the Cascade foothills in Gold Bar, WA, about an hour east of Seattle off of Hwy 2. Our Episcopal program is based around the idea of creating a Christian community that allows children to discover more about their gifts and talents in a beautiful natural setting. At Camp Huston, children develop a sense of self in the world, discover their place in nature, build self-esteem, grow into leaders, and most of all, have fun with new and old friends.

CAMP FACILITIES: 14 cabins, archery range, outdoor swimming pool, beautiful dining hall, neighbors Wallace Falls State Park, covered sports court, open-air chapel, program pavilion, sports fields.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: In addition to our classic resident camp experiential model, we also have a Missoula Children's Theater session, and several horse camps that run concurrent with our regular resident camp sessions. Our focus is on team-building activities and have a low-ropes course to facilitate groups' progress towards the goal of shared leadership. During the week, groups may choose to go on hikes at the state park, or on overnight camping trips in tents on the camp property.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: Leadership program.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Labor Day Family Camp.

OTHER CAMP INFO: We have other programs at Camp Huston throughout the year that may interest you and your family. Please visit our calendar of events page at Our Camp Website Link: huston.org

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Counselor Training ($225): June 26-July 5
Discovery Camp 1 ($435): July 7-13
Horse Camp 1 ($645): July 7-13
Missoula Children's Theater ($435): July 14-19
Discovery Camp 2 ($435): July 28-August 3
Horse Camp 2 ($645): July 28-August 3
Mini Camp ($270): August 5-8
International Odyssey: Discovery Camp 3 ($435): August 11-17
Buckaroo Camp ($645): August 11-17

Labor Day Family Camp (price varies depending on accommodation): August 30-September 2

For more information on summer camp sessions, please visit our website at Our Camp Website Link: huston.org

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The Museum of Flight Aerospace Camp Experience
Seattle, WA

Visit Our The Museum of Flight Aerospace Camp Experience Website
(206) 764-5867, (206) 768-7141
CTallyFoos[AT]museumofflight.org
ace[AT]museumofflight.org
9404 E. Marginal Way S
Seattle, WA 98108

CAMPER AGES: 4 - 17

TYPE OF CAMP: Day Camp. Hours: Monday through Friday 9am - 4pm, extended care available

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: The Aerospace Camp Experience (ACE) at The Museum of Flight has exciting programs and activities, caring and knowledgeable staff, and a world-class museum to explore. If you have an inquiring mind and want to have fun this summer exploring aviation and aerospace, ACE is the camp for you.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Campers are welcome at ACE regardless of gender, race, national origin, or religious affiliation. Contact the ACE Coordinator concerning campers with special needs or physical restrictions prior to registration. The Museum of Flight strives to accommodate all children within the constraints of our facility and our programs.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Computers, Math, Science, Technology, Academics, and more. Camps Are Offered In: Aviation, Space, Engineering, Robotics, & STEM

CAMP LOCATION: We are located at The Museum of Flight just south of Boeing Feild in Seattle, WA.

CAMP FACILITIES: The independent, non-profit Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, attracting more than 500,000 visitors annually. The Museum's collection includes over 150 historically significant air- and spacecraft, as well as the Red Barn, the original manufacturing facility of The Boeing Co., the original papers of the Wright brothers, and the one-of-a-kind NASA Space Shuttle Trainer, used to train every space shuttle astronaut since the inception of the program.

Among the most popular exhibits at the Museum are the world's first fighter plane, the first jet Air Force One, the prototype Boeing 747, the West Coast's only Concorde, and the world's fastest aircraft, the Blackbird spy plane. More than just an attraction, however, the Museum is a hub of science, technology, engineering, and math education, serving over 150,000 participants each year through on-site and outreach programs and the Museum's aviation and space library and archives are the largest on the West Coast, holding more than 1.4 million images. The Museum of Flight is accredited by the American Associations of Museums, and is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: The Aerospace Camp Experience (ACE) has exciting programs and activities, caring and knowledgeable staff, and a world-class museum to explore. Only with The Museum of Flight can campers launch rockets, create aircraft, experience microgravity, build robots, and pilot actual airplanes. If you have an inquiring mind and want to have fun this summer exploring aviation and aerospace, ACE is the camp for you. Campers are welcome at ACE regardless of gender, race, national origin, or religious affiliation. Contact the ACE Coordinator concerning campers with special needs or physical restrictions prior to registration. The Museum of Flight strives to accommodate all children within the constraints of our facility and our programs. The Aerospace Camp Experience is the recipient of the ACA Gordie Hamilton Award for Excellence in Camping Programming. The Aerospace Camp Experience is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA).

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: ACE Counselors Apprentice Program is a program where participating students will learn about all aspects of a summer camp. Each apprentice will spend time interacting with campers, developing programs, and assisting with other camp-related duties. Apprentices will also have the opportunity to participate in trips during the summer. ACE Counselors in Training must complete one week of training. After completing training, Apprentices must volunteer a minimum of 35 hours during the summer but will be able to create their own volunteer schedule.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: This year we hope to offer an amazing ACE experience to as many campers as possible. Camperships are available thanks to the generous donations from Southcenter Rotary and other supporters of ACE. To apply for financial assistance, download the application from our website or call the ACE Coordinator.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Parents, friends, and family are encouraged to join campers on Fridays at 4:00 p.m. for graduation.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
For 2015 We have eight different programs:

Solar Travelers half day camps for campers going into grades K - 1

Flight Camp for campers going into grades K - 1

Orbital Pioneers for campers going into grades 2 - 3

Aerospace Explorers for campers going into grades 4 - 5

Planetary Voyagers for campers going into grades 6 - 7

Advanced Camp for campers going into grades 7 - 9

ACE Apprentices: a volunteer opportunity for students going into grades 10 - 12

For a listing of camp sessions, dates, times, and fees please visit Our Camp Website Link: www.museumofflight.org

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Family Camps in WA
Offer Day & Overnight Options

Some Washington Family Camps offer BOTH Day and Overnight Camp options. Be sure to check each camp's description under "TYPE OF CAMP" for complete information, and exact hours.


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One Step Programs
Washington Location(s)

Visit Our One Step Programs Website
312-924-4220
312-235-6838

dperkins[AT]onestepcamp.org
300 Conference Point Road
Williams Bay, Wisconsin 53191

OTHER CAMP LOCATIONS:
Park City, Utah
Springfield, Illinois
Chicago, Illinois
Washington DC
Walworth, Wisconsin
Charlotte, North Carolina
Mauston, Wisconsin

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
213 W. Institute Pl. Suite 511
Chicago, Illinois   60610

CAMPER AGES: 5 - 19

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp. 3-day, up to two-week long programs

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: We are an organization that provides programs to help campers with the special medical needs that they may have as a result of treatment for cancer.

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: We are an organization that provides programs to help campers with the special medical needs that they may have as a result of treatment for cancer.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Fine Arts/Crafts, Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Horses/Equestrian, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: Our main program is located on the the beachfront of Lake Geneva, approximately 1 hour from Milwaukee, and 1 1/2 hours Northwest of Chicago, Ill.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: While we only ask parents for 10% of the cost, for a camper to attend a program, we offer partial or full camperships for families who may not be able to afford the tuition for a program.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): We have a Brain Tumor Family Camp that is specifically designed for families with a child with a Brain Tumor diagnosis, and/or a Brain Tumor Survivor.

In addition, we have out "general" Family Camp for families with a child that has a cancer diagnosis, and/or are a survivor.

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Special Interest Family Camps in Washington

Some Washington Family Camps offer Special Interest programming and family activities, such as: family trail rides, performing arts, technology quests, family outdoor adventures, wilderness camping and survival, travel and sightseeing, and many more.

Be sure to speak with each camp you are interested in, so you know exactly what to expect.


YMCA Camp Reed
Spokane, Washington

Visit Our YMCA Camp Reed Website
(509) 720-5630
campreed[AT]ymcaspokane.org
1126 N Monroe St
Spokane, Washington 99201

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our YMCA Camp Reed Video

CAMPER AGES: Entering 1st - 10th grade in Fall 2014

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. week long, mini camp, Counselor in Training

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): YMCA, American Camp Association accredited

SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPERS: Camp Reed is not accredited as a special needs camp. If your camper/participant has special health needs (including but not limited to: diabetes, cardiac illness, severe asthma, seizures, serious behavioral issues, or severe allergies), you must contact the camp director for advance clearance.

On a case by case basis, we consult with parent/guardian and our camp nurse to determine if accommodation and appropriate care is available. If we are unable to accommodate a special need, we do our best to provide information as to other camps that may be better suited for the particular situation.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Wilderness/Nature, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: Located just thirty miles north of Spokane, Camp Reed is set on close to 600 acres on beautiful Fan Lake. Camp Reed is a place that allows a �kid to be a kid,� experience life in the beautiful outdoors, and the opportunity to learn from our excellent staff and rich program activities. Our staff strives to make sure that each child feels special and comes away with the values and experiences that they may treasure for a lifetime.

CAMP FACILITIES: � Year-round lake view retreat
� 2 lodge bunk rooms (each sleep 20)
� 24 modern cabins (each sleeps 10 � 12)
� Full meal service available
� Multipurpose lodge
� Hiking trails
� Archery
� Meeting areas
� Commercial kitchen
� Climbing tower
� Excellent challenge course

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: A camper�s time at camp is divided between unit time, cabin activities, free-choice time and all-camp events. Each day we have flagpole gatherings, chapel, waterfront activities, cabin clean up, work areas and siesta after lunch. Day and night hikes are extremely popular.

Once a week, weather permitting, each cabin joins with another for a sleep-out. This often includes a long hike (1 � 7 miles) and a night out under the stars. Younger cabins stay close to camp, while older campers explore further away from camp. Backpacks or bags to carry sleeping bags and water bottles are helpful. The two oldest cabins may have the opportunity to bike about 30 miles from camp for their overnight.

We have three campfires with songs and crazy staff skits with a special �sticks� campfire on the last evening. One night is reserved for a carnival and a camp dance. These events conclude around 9:30pm, and lights are out between 10:30 and 11:30pm. Wake up bell is at 8:30am.

Free-choice activities include arts & crafts, archery, climbing, sports, waterfront and wilderness activities. We also offer plenty of new and unique activities each day such as turtle hunts, random parades, stream hikes, boat races and a �Shark Swim� across the lake. This is a great time for campers to be with friends in different cabins.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: The Camp Reed Counselor in Training (CIT) two-week program is designed for 15 & 16 year olds that will be entering their sophomore year of high school in Fall 2014. This very popular two week program consists of a Work Week and a Bike Trip. It is designed to provide a comprehensive youth experience where each individual is encouraged to reach his/her full potential.

The philosophy behind the Camp Reed CIT program is founded in an outdoor experience where the participant is challenged physically, mentally, socially and spiritually. It is fun, challenging and life changing!

CIT Leaders are experienced and mature Camp Reed staff who utilize group dynamics to encourage each participant to learn more about themselves and others in the group. They have the opportunity to work as a team as well as to practice leadership and group dynamic skills. This philosophy is the key to maintaining focus throughout the program�s entirety.

In order for the CIT program to accomplish its objective, each participant will be held to a high level of commitment and maturity. The CIT program is a transition for participants from camper to young adult. Expectations are higher in areas of personal responsibility, maturity and accountability. CIT Leaders will therefore treat CITs more like young adults than campers.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Camperships are available for any Camp Reed program - Mini Camp, Traditional Camp, CIT, and JC programs. We advise you to complete the campership process before registering your child for camp, as camperships are not guaranteed. For the complete process, visit: Our Camp Website Link: campreed.org

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Camp Reed Family Camp is a great opportunity to bring the generations of your family together for fun, adventure and memories to last a lifetime. Activities are run by Camp Reed staff but parents are responsible for supervising their children.

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: CAMP REED OFFERS RENTALS TO NONPROFIT GROUPS, SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES:
� Year-round lake view retreat
� 2 lodge bunk rooms (each sleep 20)
� 24 modern cabins (each sleeps 10 � 12)
� Full meal service available (not required)
� Multipurpose lodge
� Hiking trails
� Archery
� Meeting areas
� Commercial kitchen
� Climbing tower

RETREATS & CHALLENGE COURSE NOW BOOKING 2014 & 2015 DATES! Contact Nicki Watt at 509 276 5307 or nwatt[AT]ymcaspokane.org.

EXCELLENT CHALLENGE COURSE!
 Improve team communication and motivation
 Create a cohesive and productive team climate
 Build player satisfaction and team trust

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Registration opens December 9, 2013. Visit Our Camp Website Link: campreed.org for more information.

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The Road Less Traveled
Washington Location(s)

Visit Our The Road Less Traveled Website
773-342-5200
info[AT]theroadlesstraveled.com
2331 N Elston Court
Chicago, Illinois 60614

OTHER CAMP LOCATIONS:
Colorado, Florida, California, Louisiana (New Orleans), Texas, North Carolina, Washington, Utah, Hawaii, Norway, Africa (Tanzania and Uganda), India, Belize, Bonaire, Costa Rica, Ecuador and the Galapagos, Peru, Panama, Iceland, Italy, Thailand, Vietnam, Nepal, New Zealand

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
See listed above - primary address

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our The Road Less Traveled Video

CAMPER AGES: 11-17 (approximately)

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Two-four week long community service, wilderness adventure, and language/cultural immersion programs.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: The Road Less Traveled is a life-changing educational travel experience - an extraordinary opportunity to join with others, explore humanity, and build deep relationships and an appreciation for our world’s vast adventurous scenery. RLT offers domestic and international community service, language, and multi-sport adventure travel programs all over the world. We engage in the service of presence and active listening. We support young people to get outside, seek adventure, experience challenge, make new friends, build community, and understand the world in a new way. We encourage involvement, cultivate leadership and sensitivity, develop personal initiative and communal participation skills, and inspire a sense of social activism and environmentalism.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Waterfront/Aquatics, Academics, Adventure, Travel, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Scuba Diving, White-water Rafting, Rock-climbing, Hiking, Backpacking, Camping, Zip-lining, Surfing, Paddle Boarding, Kayaking, Farming, Teaching English, Cooking Classes, Yoga Classes, Music Classes, Art Classes, Cultural Immersion, Community Service

CAMP LOCATION: Our year-round office is located in the heart of Chicago, in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. Our trips are run in a multitude of domestic and international locations. Our staff training is held every year in Michigan, several weeks before trips are scheduled to depart.

CAMP FACILITIES: Facilities and accommodations vary from trip to trip.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: The Road Less Traveled as an organization was founded by Jim and Donna Stein in 1991, and has been successfully running safe, exciting, life-changing trips for teens ever since. Both Jim and Donna are still the current directors, and are integrally involved in every single aspect of the company. In the summer, they are on call 24/7, available both to parents as well as to our leaders in the field.

We are an ACA accredited organization with an impeccable track record. We believe in the process of accreditation. It allows us to compare our standards to other professionals in the industry. Our accreditation allows us to follow specific standards related to leader screening including use of application forms, reference checks, personal interviews, work history review, and background checks.

Many years ago, we were the first company serving young adults to require that all leaders have a Wilderness First Responder (WFR) medical certification. WFR training is far more advanced than standard first aid or wilderness first aid. In addition to this certification, we carry extensive first aid kits on all of our programs that include antibiotics and epinephrine. Contents, protocols, and standing orders are reviewed and updated every year by our Medical Director who is an MD.

Since our inception, RLT has been on the cutting edge of technological advances in communication. We began carrying Iridium satellite phones on all of our programs as soon as they were available. Today we continue to carry the latest in emergency communication systems. According to geographic location, programs are equipped with satellite phones, ground-to-air radios, and/or cellular phones providing the possibility of 24-hour access to medical help in case of emergency.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: We offer many need-based scholarships and financial aid packages. Visit Geography of Hope's website to learn more: Our Camp Website Link: www.geographyofhope.org

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): We offer custom trips as well as family programs in the winter, spring, and at the end of the summer. Please contact us at 773-342-5200 with any questions.

OTHER CAMP INFO: Flights, travel arrangements, and other trip-specific information is available on our website.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Visit our Program Chart to see all trips, dates, and prices: Our Camp Website Link: www.theroadlesstraveled.com

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Trip Leader/Co-Leader

Travel domestically and/or internationally with a group of high-school and/or middle-school students, monitoring and facilitating community service, language/cultural immersion, and/or wilderness adventure trips

Minimum Qualifications
• Minimum of 21 years of age
• Minimum of a bachelor's degree or in the process of completing a degree. Equivalent experience working with teenagers in related field will be considered if not currently enrolled in school
• Experience Previous program leader experience working with and or teaching young people age ranging in age between 12-19. Knowledge of and experience with group dynamics, teaching or facilitating groups, supervision of meal planning, food preparation and cooking, managing logistics. Ability to teach program specific skills, environmental awareness, and related scientific, cultural, and historical knowledge pertaining to the regions through which you will travel and their relationship to each other.
• Strong Physical Condition
• Current CPR for the professional rescuer
• Current Wilderness First Responder, WEMT or EMT certification
• Current Red Cross lifeguard or Swiftwater rescue certifications preferred but not mandatory
• Current unrestricted valid drivers license with no major convictions during the previous three year period; driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, reckless driving, hit and run, homicide or assault with a motor vehicle, drag racing, operating a motor vehicle without the owner's consent, license suspended or revoked within the previous three year period for accidents and or moving violations. Driving record should reflect no more than three moving violations and/or chargeable accidents during the previous three years

• For Adventure Programs: Knowledge of three or more wilderness travel methods. Whitewater rafting, sea kayaking, international trekking, biking, backpacking, technical rock or ice climbing and mountaineering. Mandatory requirements for adventure trips include: the ability to lead groups of students on backpacking trips of three to eight days, ability to comfortably lead through remote wilderness areas. This includes, but is not limited to, backpacking preparations, backcountry travel, route finding, campsite selection, equipment maintenance, Leave No Trace camping techniques in desert and alpine terrain and proper protocol in dense bear country.

All leaders must possess the ability to make prudent decisions in adverse conditions. International Service Learning and Language Immersion Programs: Leaders and must be highly proficient or fluent in the spoken language of the program country (Spanish, etc.) and have extensive experience with community service, international travel, managing multiple responsibilities abroad, experience and/or living abroad, cultural immersion. Knowledge of the following is helpful but not mandatory: Sea Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting, Trekking, Surfing, and Snorkeling

• International Service learning and Language Exposure Programs: Leaders to have extensive experience with community service, international travel, managing multiple responsibilities abroad, experience and/or living abroad, cultural immersion. Knowledge of the following is helpful but not mandatory: Sea Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting, Trekking, Surfing, Snorkeling 

• Service Learning Programs: Leaders to have extensive experience with community service, experience managing multiple responsibilities, construction experience preferred. Knowledge of the following is helpful but not mandatory: Sea Kayaking, Whitewater Rafting, Rock Climbing, Hiking, PADI Scuba certified
• Ability and experience supervising co-instructors and participants
• Valid Passport
• Ability to drive a standard transmission vehicle
• Ability to communicate and work with teenagers and co-instructors, and provide necessary instruction
• Ability to creatively schedule programs, facilities, and co-instructors
• Ability to observe participant behavior, assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures, and apply appropriate behavior-management techniques
• Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to the activity
• Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid
• Good character, integrity, and adaptability
• Enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience and self -control
• Ability to follow written procedures as outlined in the leader-training manual
• Ability to support program philosophy and implement procedures
• Ability to work long hours
• Ability and experience in facilitating groups

Specific Responsibilities/Job Description
1. Plan, coordinate and execute daily activities and trip logistics 
2. Monitor co-instructor and participant assignments for the day 
3. Monitor groups and supervise co-instructors' responsibilities 
4. Act as a positive role model for participants 
5. Responsible for the relationships with general public, people of the land, and subcontractors 
6. Monitor ongoing safety and provide education for co-instructor and participants 
7. Supervise the health and safety of the participants and environment 
8. Together with co-instructor and participant, plan and execute the evening program 
9. Identify and address inappropriate behavior with participant or with other co-instructor, for actions that put health and safety of a participant at risk 
10. Together with co-instructor, plan and implement evening program as needed
11. Management of financials and accounting including monitoring of expenditures, record keeping, advances, bookkeeping and end of trip summary of information 
12. Management of gear, vehicles, inventory, storage, documentation and end of trip summary information 
13. Evaluate co-instructor and perform reviews and summer end evaluations 
14. Evaluate program and current season and make suggestions for following season

Dates of Employment
June through August seasonally - recommend early application.

Remuneration
Salary is commensurate with experience/certifications/qualifications. Your salary with The Road Less Traveled includes all food, lodging and transportation from the beginning through close of your trip. We also offer pro-deals on outdoor equipment from a variety of well-known manufacturers.

THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
Jim Stein-Director
2331 N Elston Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
employment[AT]theroadlesstraveled.com

Please visit: Our Camp Website Link: www.theroadlesstraveled.com

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International Family Camps in Washington

Some of our Washington Family Camps accept International Campers from all around the world. Some camps could offer special Summer International Programs, scholarships, or other incentives to international campers.

International Campers and Parents: Be sure to contact each Washington Family Camp you are interested in to see if they accept campers from other Countries, if they hire any international staff, or if they offer any Special Summer Family Programs for International Campers.


Camp Solomon Schechter
Olympia, Washington

Visit Our Camp Solomon Schechter Website
206-447-1967 (off season)
206-715-2588 (mobile)
360-352-1019 (summer)
604-288-7655 (Canadian Voice Mail)
206-447-2629 (fax)

info[AT]campschechter.org
1627 73rd AV SE
Olympia, Washington 98501

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
117 East Louisa St. #110
Seattle WA
98102

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our Camp Solomon Schechter Video

CAMPER AGES: 7 to 18

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Jewish.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Basketball, Football, Baseball, Weightloss, Soccer, Tennis, Waterfront/Aquatics, Team Sports, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Ga Ga, Disc Golf, Ultimate, Lawn Sports, & Archery.

CAMP LOCATION: An hour south of Seattle and two our north of Portland and 5 minutes off of I 5 in Olympia Washington Our 175 Acre property has its own lake, the descutes river, bogs, wetlands, beaver ponds, bald eagles, Osprey, deer, many birds, many trails.

CAMP FACILITIES: Challenge course, zip line, climbing tower, lake, river, bog, woods, trails, cabins with bathrooms in the cabin, kosher kitchen, hotel, amphitheater, basketball court, tennis courts, soccer fields, softball fields, lake, dock, trails

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: 60 year old independent Jewish summer sleep away camp with its roots in conservative Judaism. Best Jewish camp in Washington State 4 years in a row, JT News.

CAMP LEADERSHIP CIT/LIT PROGRAMS: 11th grade Counselor in Training program.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: First time camper incentives, sign up discounts and financial aid/scholarships are available.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Family Camp Memorial Day weekend!

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Aleph Rishon Grades 2 – 4; June 30- July 13
Aleph Sheni Grades 2 – 4; July 14 – July 20
Bet Grades 5 – 7; June 30 – July 20
Gimmel Grades 8 – 10; July 23 – August 12
Oded Grade 11; June 15 – August 3
Family Camp May 23 - 25

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
Junior counselor, senior counselor, kitchen staff, head staff -- please contact the camp for more information.

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Camp Nor'wester
Johns Island, Washington

Visit Our Camp Nor'wester Website
(425) 670-1935
norwester[AT]rockisland.com
Johns Island, Washington 98250

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
PO Box 1055 Edmonds, WA 98020

CAMPER AGES: 9-16

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Camp Nor'wester offers a unique, outdoor summer camp experience for boys and girls ages 9-16 in the San Juan Islands of Washington. Sessions run for four weeks to provide our campers opportunities to meet new friends, form a strong, cohesive unit together and learn about themselves through engaging in activities including waterfront, challenge course, music, nature, archery, drama and arts and crafts activities as well as overnight and outcamp trips. More information is available on our website Our Camp Website Link: www.norwester.org or by calling the camp office.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Music/Band, Fine Arts/Crafts, Soccer, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Adventure, Travel, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Archery, Ropes/Challenge Course, Nature, Kayaking, Canoeing, Overnight Camping, & Multi-day Outcamp Trips. Recreational Activities Include Soccer, Frisbee, Gaga Ball, Volleyball, Basketball, Capture The Flag & Other Field Games.

Camp Nor wester is a Top Family Summer Camp located in Johns Island Washington offering many fun and educational Family and other activities, including: Travel, Waterfront/Aquatics, Theater and more. Camp Nor wester is a top Family Camp for ages: 9-16.
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CAMP LOCATION: We are located on Johns Island, a small island just north of San Juan Island, in the northern part of Puget Sound. Our 135-acre property offers open meadows, a pond and marsh, intimate coves and beaches and old-growth forests. Please visit our website for photos and descriptions of our site and program areas.

CAMP FACILITIES: Campers and Staff live in canvas tipis, in units of 6-8 tipis, with three people per tipi. Third and fourth graders live in platform tents, with four people per tent. We have an open-air lodge for dining and all-camp events, and two shower houses, one for each side of camp. The bulk of our activities take place outdoors - on the Waterfront, in the Challenge Course, the Archery range, Craft Shop porch or out in the woods exploring our property.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Our program is based on creating a community living and learning situation for camper units of the same age or grade. Campers learn to cooperate with and support other members of their peer group, while moving through our program areas as a unit. While we have several free-choice opportunities throughout the session, our campers learn and grow as individuals while working through activities and challenges as a unit.
All of our staff go through a two-week staff training together, preparing program areas, practicing safety procedures, working with equipment and attending important sessions covering topics from working with children to bullying and child-abuse prevention.

Each camper unit has two unit leaders who attend all activities with that unit and provide support for each camper while facilitating team building and group bonding. These unit leaders are in addition to our program teaching staff, allowing our staff:camper ratio to be at least 1:5. Units are schedule to participate in activities week by week, including drama, archery, nature, adobe oven, garden, high and low ropes course elements, canoeing, kayaking, sailing and an endless amount crafts activities.

In addition to our daily programs, all camper units go on overnight camping trips once per week, and beginning at age 13 participate in multi-day outcamp trips. These excursions include hiking, canoeing, kayaking, sailing and biking. There are many opportunities for campers of different ages to interact with each other, including all-camp activities in the evenings such as square dances, and special events days.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Financial Aid applicants submit a camper application and scholarship forms by Dec 31st of each year for the next summer. Awards are announced by March 1st. Approximately 20-25 families receive financial aid each year. Most awards cover a portion of tuition, and our focus for awards is geared towards families with an income of $50,000 or less. For more information please visit: Our Camp Website Link: norwester.org

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Explore Nor'wester (Family Camp) - Four-day program for families with at least one camper aged 6 and up. An introduction to our program for families to get a feel for what our full program is like. More info at: Our Camp Website Link: norwester.org

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Please visit our website for this season's rates and dates at: Our Camp Website Link: norwester.org

SUMMER CAMP JOBS:
We hire 85-90 staff seasonally including Unit Counselor and Program area positions to support all of our activities. Each unit of campers will have two unit staff and at least four program staff living with them in their unit. The Nor'wester staff experience can be as unique and rewarding as the camper experience. Interested staff applicants may find more information on our website at Our Camp Website Link: www.norwester.org .

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Ken Chertow Wrestling
Washington Location(s)

Visit Our Ken Chertow Wrestling Website
814-466-3466
camps[AT]kenchertow.com
1450 S Atherton St
State College, Pennsylvania 16801

OTHER CAMP LOCATIONS:
Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Colorado, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Arizona, Utah, California, Oregon, Washington, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, Texas

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
PO Box 120
Boalsburg, PA 16827

CAMP VIDEO LINK:
Watch Our Ken Chertow Wrestling Video

CAMPER AGES: All ages and skill levels

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Day Camp. We will condcut camp in Allentown, PA July 27-August 8

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Wrestling, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: Please visit the website for complete information on ALL locations.

Pennsylvania: The Ramada Inn Convention Center is centrally located in State College, PA. It is just 15 minutes from I-80 and easily accessible from the Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Harrisburg areas.

CAMP FACILITIES: Please visit the website for complete information on ALL locations.

Pennsylvania: We train, eat, and sleep all at the Ramada Inn Convention Center Hotel. It provides an ideal learning experience and air conditioned wrestling area.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: USA Olympian - Ken Chertow

OLYMPIC AND ALL-AMERICAN COMPETITOR
•3x Academic All American
•3x NCAA All American
•2x Junior National Champion and OW
•2x Junior World Champion
•Olympic Festival Champion
•Midlands Champion & OW
Owner and Coach of the Gold Medal Training Camp system for 20+ years. Our campers have won 500+ State Championships in the last decade.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: GROUP DISCOUNTS: We offer substantial group discounts and enable coaches and group leaders to attend camp at no charge. We allow all the wrestlers in the community to combine for the group total.See below for details.

FUNDRAISING: Raise funds for camp with Reaching Our Goal. It’s quick, easy, and profitable, with no risk to you. Click here for more information!

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Father/Son Camp Options

Parents, you are welcome to attend either the Kids Training Camp or the Future Champions Camp with your son. This is a unique opportunity to learn and bond together in a world class wrestling environment that also stresses fun, fitness, and fundamentals. We encourage you to attend sessions, take notes, video tape the instructional presentations, and/or assist your son. We offer a variety of housing and meal options to meet the needs and budget of your family. We look forward to providing you and your child with a memorable learning experience.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Visit Our Camp Website Link: www.KenChertow.com for camp options, pricing and more info!

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Camp Indianola
Indianola, WA

Visit Our Camp Indianola Website
360-297-2223
office[AT]campindianola.org
10635 NE Shore Drive
PO Box 1150
Indianola, WA

MOST RECENT UPDATE:
More than 6 months ago. Contact camp for the latest 2019 camp info.

CAMPER AGES: 1st-Adult

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway. Overnight camp or retreat options.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

AFFILIATION(S): Christian.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Dance, Theater, Music/Band, Swimming, Waterfront/Aquatics, Team Sports, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more.

CAMP LOCATION: In the shadows of the rainforest, on the shores of Puget Sound, campers may explore the wooded trails, discover shellfish at low tide, and enjoy the wonders of God�s creation

CAMP FACILITIES: Large 42 bed self contained lodge with beautiful ocean front property and views, 3 lodges, rustic cabins, cottage, outdoor basket ball and volley ball court, 1 mile of beach to explore, kayaking, rope swing, perimeter trail, 2 campfire amphitheaters, worship site on the hill, indescribable views of Mt. Rainier and Seattle.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Camp programs for kids ages 1st-12th grades with week specific programming, Family Camp, Senior High Adventure, check out our website for more information and specific camp dates!

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Family camp.

OTHER CAMP INFO: Join us this summer as a camper or book a retreat for a weekend getaway. Don't miss out on this amazing place!

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
July 3-6, 2013 Family Camp
July 8-13, 2013 Music and Drama Camp
July 21-24, 2013 Elementary Camp
July 29-August 3, 2013 Senior High Camp
August 5-10, 2013 Junior High Camp
August 5-10, 2013 Senior High Camp

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Salish Sea Sciences
Friday Harbor, Washington

Visit Our Salish Sea Sciences Website
360 622-9883
admissions[AT]salishseasciences.org
505 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, Washington 98250

WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 326
Friday Harbor, WA 98250

CAMPER AGES: 14-18

TYPE OF CAMP: Overnight/Sleepaway.

CAMPER GENDER(S): Coed Campers.

BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: Salish Sea Sciences offers 26-day and 14-day immersive adventures for motivated students ages 14-18. In partnership with the University of Washington Friday Harbor Laboratories and a host of local scientific and cultural organizations, students learn what it takes to be effective collaborators with working professionals, including extended maritime expeditions exploring the San Juan Islands and the great inland ocean called the Salish Sea.

CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED:
Music/Band, Computers, Math, Science, Technology, Adventure, Wilderness/Nature, and more. Participation In Ongoing Scientific Field & Lab Research Projects, Audio Field Recordings & Music Production, & Scientific Diving.

Salish Sea Sciences is a Top Family Summer Camp located in Friday Harbor Washington offering many fun and educational Family and other activities, including: Wilderness/Nature, Computers, Math and more. Salish Sea Sciences is a top Family Camp for ages: 14-18.
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CAMP LOCATION: We are located 70 miles north of Seattle, WA in the town of Friday Harbor the beautiful San Juan Islands.

CAMP FACILITIES: We have a large, green campus in town with new dormitory with full kitchen and dining facilities. We are affiliated with the University of Washington Friday Harbor Laboratories, located on a 484-acre biological preserve.

CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Salish Sea Sciences: Field & Lab Science is a 26-day residential program in marine science and maritime ecology operated in conjunction with the University of Washington Friday Harbor Laboratories, the SeaDoc Society, the US National Parks Service, and Northwest Maritime Center. Activities include interactions with scientists, data-collection on the FH Labs' research vessel Centennial, a 5-day/4-night longboat voyage, and exposure to an array of research disciplines, projects, methodologies, and data sets in a variety of island habitats and lab settings. A typical day might include data collection with FH Labs or US National Parks investigators and lessons in scientific drawing and data analysis. Most evenings, contributing scientists and participants come together for conversation and presentations over a home-cooked dinner.

The Acoustic Session is a 26-day residential mashup of bioacoustics and music operated in conjunction with the University of Washington Friday Harbor Laboratories, the SeaDoc Society, SMU Consulting/University of St. Andrews, professional musicians of the Archipelago Collective, Kaigani Voyaging/Wayfinders, the Whale Museum, and internationally recognized acoustic and electroacoustic composer Alex Shapiro. Includes a 5-day/4-night voyage.

Starting in summer 2019, Salish Seas Sciences will offer a 14-day scientific diving course designed specifically for high school divers who already have their recreational certification. Upon completion of all requirements, students will be certified as an American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS) Scientific Diver and can receive Verification of Training at their present and future institutions. Diving course students will reside with a cohort of Salish Sea Sciences students, investigators, and instructors participating in related programs.

CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Limited sponsorships may be available; please contact us to learn more.

FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): End of session picnic July 19th

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS: A semester school is planned for spring 2020. Please contact us to learn more about this exciting new opportunity for high school juniors. For more information, see Our Camp Website Link: salishseasciences.org.

OTHER CAMP INFO: Students may request a written evaluation, grade, and course description. Ask your high school how to get academic credit for marine field/lab research and leadership skills.

CAMP SESSION DATES & FEES:
Field & Lab Science
June 23—July 19, $5,900
Our Camp Website Link: salishseasciences.org

The Acoustic Session
July 21—August 17, $5,900
Our Camp Website Link: salishseasciences.org

Scientific Diving
July 21—August 4, $3,400
Our Camp Website Link: salishseasciences.org

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