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Area summer camps and more

Kamp Kenwood

Built on the shores of Lake Wissota through volunteer labor by members of Wisconsin Farmers Union over 50 years ago. The education programs focus on cooperatives, family farms, sustainability, leadership, conservation, rural communities, social justice, and active citizenship. Overnight camp activities include: hiking and campfires, swimming and sports, singing and drama, speakers and workshops, co-op games and theme nights, and arts and crafts.

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L.E. Phillips Scout Reservation

Camp Phillips offers a wide array of programs in association with the Boy Scouts of America. Their programs include climbing & ropes course, sharpshooting, aquatics, outdoor skills, ecology & conservation, first year orientation camping, handicraft, and civics.

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Lake Wapogasset Lutheran Bible Camp

Wapogasset is a camping and retreat ministry serving youth, adults, and families throughout the year, with thousands of campers participating every summer in the life-changing experience that is discovering Jesus Christ through Christian community in an outdoor ministry setting.

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Menominee Camp for Boys

Camp Menominee fosters an environment of unconditional acceptance, where campers accomplish goals—large and small—and grow into impactful members of the community at camp as well as home.

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Milestones Early Education Community Summer Program

Milestones provides a summer full of fun and unique weekly camps. You may send your child for one week of fun, or for all 12. Children have the option to select from five reading and writing choices to work toward personalized literacy goals.

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Museum Explorers & Time Travelers

The Chippewa Valley Museum hosts two sets of summer programs. Museum Explorers is for ages 3-5 and features activities for a younger crowd. Time Travelers is for ages 6-12 where kids can learn about trees, the history of bicycles, farms, birds, and music in Eau Claire.

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Northern Star Scouting Tomahawk Reservation

Activities at Tomahawk include archery, boating, sharpshooting, atv riding, axe throwing, blacksmithing, robotics, blow darts, bog walk, camp cooking, canoeing, sailing, conservation, climbing tower, horseback riding, fishing, ropes course, geocaching, and much more.

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Osprey Wild Learning Center

A residential environmental learning center that is a 780-acres refuge powered in large part with renewal energy systems. Summer camps include outdoor adventure, rafting, and animal learning for ages 4-8. Grandparent & Grandchildren program for ages 12-15.

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Shell Lake Arts Center Camps

The Shell Lake Arts center offers overnight camps for children to hone their artistic talent. Their camp offerings include drum, guitar & bass, trombone, music production & editing, jazz ensemble & improvisation, concert band, rock band, piano, show choir, saxophone, viola, film production, musical theater, and painting & drawing.

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Summer Camps at Children's Museum of Eau Claire

Register your kids for a week of hands-on, interactive "edu-tainment" during the following summer day camps. Includes art classes, construction, gardening, and hands-on tiny science! Free for Eau Claire Area School District students.

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Summer Programs at Beaver Creek Reserve

Summer Camps available for youth. This year will feature birding, fly fishing, reptiles, butterflies and more. Explore the rivers like a 17th century voyageur fur-trapper: kayak, eat lunch on riverbank, and glide under eagles nests. Details and registration for summer camp events will begin in April.

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Swift Nature Camp

Swift Nature Camp offers experiences for youth ages 8-15 a camp to get out into nature even if they're a little cautious in the woods. Activities include archery, canoeing, arts & crafts, lifeguarding, fire safety, astronomy, fishing, bird watching, water skiing, biking, horseback riding, riflery, and more.

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Sylvan EDGE Camps

Whether your child is interested in a robotics camp, a video game design camp, or a cool study edge camp, these camps are designed to be fun and interactive. Kids just love them. Camps are offered winter, spring and summer breaks.

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Towering Pines Camp for Boys

Towering Pines Camp is an overnight camp for boys ages 7 to 16 years old, located in Northern Wisconsin, near Eagle River. Activities include creative arts, horseback riding, marksmanship, outdoor adventure, performing arts, sailing, team sports, swimming, tennis, tutoring, and water sports.

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UWEC Blugold Camps

UW-Eau Claire hosts over 50 youth camps and clinics each year, focusing on sports, academics, music and leadership. Camps empower young students and athletes to pursue their passions, explore the world, and take their first steps towards inspiring others.

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UWEC Continuing Education: Summer Institute

UWEC Continuing Education hosts the Summer Institute in Eau Claire and Chippewa falls for kids grades K-5. Topics include getting ready for kindergarten, science, reading, art, outer space, animals, pioneer days, paleontology, aviation, kitchen, nature, music, travel, and more.

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WeHaKee Camp for Girls

At WehaKee Camp for Girls, girls age 7-17 will have fun, create friendships with girls from around the United States and the world, and discover the gifts within themselves. 40+ creative, active, and water activities to enjoy including horseback riding, water skiing, dancing, roasting marshmallows, and so much more all while building great relationships. Also hosts the WeHaKee Leadership Academy for high school girls.

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Wilderness Pursuit Horseback Adventures

Camps are week-end stays, Saturday through Sunday. Camps consist of cabin stays with emphasis on nature and horses Cabins are comfortable and cozy, log-sided sleeping cabins. Gentle, well trained Horses. A Picnic Shelter and small lodge is used for meals and visitation.

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Y-Tee Summer Golf Program

Y-Tee of the Chippewa Valley is dedicated to enhancing the lives of youth through character development and value-driven educational curriculum all through the game of golf. As golfers advance, they will continue to learn more rules, goal setting, golf etiquette and build off their existing skill level.

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YMCA Camp Icaghowan

By living with other campers, they learn to work together and demonstrate the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. They offer a traditional, well-rounded overnight camp experience as well as specialty camps with focuses on leadership, teen extreme outdoor excursions, canoe trips, and horse-back riding.

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