You should contact the camps you are interested in to see if they offer Fall, Winter and/or Spring Wilderness Programs, too. Winter COVID-19 Update, Please Read: Many Wilderness camps may be changing their schedules and plans because of COVID-19.
BRIEF CAMP DESCRIPTION: At Big Canyon, our mission is to create lifelong memories that enable life-changing encounters with Jesus Christ. We have outdoor activities such as skeet shooting, paintball, giant swing, wall climbing and more.
Campers can meet in multiple areas including our Event Barn which as audio/visual equipment. CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED: Wilderness /Nature, Adventure, Horses/Equestrian, Music/Band, Swimming, Team Sports, and more.
Wall Climbing, Obstacle Course, Team Competitions, Sledding & Snowboarding, Canoeing, Paint Ball, Disc Golfing, & Field Sports. Other great Utah Camps offer wilderness and nature studies as an elective or recreational activity with much less training and intensity.
CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED: Wilderness /Nature, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Adventure, Horses/Equestrian, Fine Arts/Crafts, Video/Filmmaking/Photography, Swimming, Team Sports, Academics, and more. Camp Cloud Rim sits at an elevation of 9,200 feet near Park City, nestled in aspen and pine on the shores of Lake Brim hall.
CAMP FACILITIES: Trefoil Ranch has amazing facilities, including a lodge, ranch house, bunk house, showers, platform tents, horse riding, a high and low ropes course, and archery. Camp Cloud Rim has beautiful facilities, including a lodge and shower house, cabins, platform tents, lakes, and rock climbing.
CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Trefoil Ranch offers horseback riding, high and low ropes courses, archery, biking, and hiking. Camp Cloud Rim offers canoeing, sailing, kayaking, swimming, photography, pottery, rock climbing, hiking, and backpacking.
WINTER (OFF-SEASON) OFFICE ADDRESS: Clearfield Aquatic & Fitness Center825 South State StreetClearfield UT 84015 $5/wk, enhancement classes are available to campers who wish to learn & discover more about fun topics; weekly themes are listed.
CAMP FACILITIES: Camp is outside at Fisher Park, with some activities being done inside at the Clearfield Aquatic & Fitness Center, and Enhancement Classes being done at various indoor & outdoor locations. CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Formerly known as “Rec in the Park,” this summer camp program has been hosted and coordinated by Clearfield City and the staff from the Clearfield City Community Services Department for several years.
Family Owned and Operated, Red Canyon Trail Rides offers full vacation amenities with their sister company Bryce Canyon Pines. Our unparalleled local knowledge and care for the preservation of the Bryce Canyon Area makes us your best choice in guided Bryce Canyon area horse rides.
OTHER CAMP LOCATIONS: Park City, Utah Springfield, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Washington DCWalworth, Wisconsin Charlotte, North CarolinaMauston, Wisconsin 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.
CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED: Wilderness /Nature, Waterfront/Aquatics, Sailing, Adventure, Horses/Equestrian, Fine Arts/Crafts, Dance, Swimming, Golf, Basketball, Baseball, and more. CAMP LOCATION: Our main program is located on 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 camper ships for families who may not be able to afford the tuition for a program. Our longest running program is a residential summer camp where kids, teens, and adults with disabilities are able to engage in a variety of activities.
During a week-long stay, campers go fishing, ride horses, camp out, sing songs, work on arts and crafts projects, challenge themselves on the ropes course, make new friends, and renew old friendships. Other campers may opt to enjoy a week on the road as a participant in the Travel Trip Adventures program.
Groups of campers and staff participate in week-long camp trips to places such as Moab or Jackson Hole. River running, hiking, viewing wildlife, and visiting attractions are all a part of these trips.
CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED: Wilderness /Nature, Waterfront/Aquatics, Adventure, Horses/Equestrian, Travel, Fine Arts/Crafts, Dance, Music/Band, Theater, Swimming, Gymnastics, Weightless, Basketball, Team Sports, and more. From Foothill Drive, head east up Emigration Canyon (via Sunnyside; 8th South).
CAMP FACILITIES: Our facilities now include: Five heated, bunk-style cabins, heated swimming pool and bath house, trout-stocked pond, picnic pavilions, lighted sports court, 30- and 60-foot ropes courses, and the Sorenson Legacy Equestrian Park and Ezekiel Duke indoor arena. CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Dan Kostopulos and his wife Helen had big hearts, and they loved helping people and giving to those less fortunate.
As early as 1954, they formed a charitable organization to address this special populations needs. By 1967, they established Camp Kostopulos -- which would go on to provide smiles to thousands of children and adults with disabilities.
Trip 1: June 2-6 -- Adults to Salt Lake Balearic 2: June 9-13 -- A & T to Bryce/Capital Reentry 3: June 16-20 -- A & T to Zion's Maynard DixonTrip 4: June 23-27 -- A & T to Horse Adventure×Trip 5: June 30-July 4 -- Adults to Jackson Holstein 6: July 7-11 -- Teens to Salt Lake Balearic 7: July 14-18 -- Adults to Salt Lake Balearic 8: July 21-25: A & T to Jackson Holstein 9A: July 28-August 1: Teens to Jackson Holstein 9B: July 28-August 1: Adults to Salt Lake Valley 1) K-Kids Adventures: Offers recreation and experiential learning for children ages 7-17 with special needs.
The goal for the K-Kids Program is to provide activities to develop functional life skills, increase leisure awareness, and reduce barriers to recreation participation. This program provides teenagers with an opportunity, at least once a week, to socialize with their peers, while addressing their individual needs.
Located 2.5 miles up Emigration Canyon and ten minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, Camp Kostopulos is an excellent retreat environment for business, civic, church, community, and other groups. Its facilities, lodged amongst the oak and cottonwood trees and Emigration Creek, are ideal for groups wanting to reinforce team enrichment in either the workplace or community.
Lodging, horseback riding, swimming, and other challenging and team-oriented activities are offered to enhance personal growth, as well as build team and family relationships. Available for day and/or overnight excursions, Camp Kostopulos is an ideal place to conduct family- and work-related activities providing both a recreational and leisure environment all year long.
The equestrian center sits on the mountain top overlooking Emigration Canyon. Horse programs will run year round in this heated facility.
Activities are centered on the YMCA values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility and the goal of having FUN. CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED: Wilderness /Nature, Adventure, Horses/Equestrian, Fine Arts/Crafts, Theater, Swimming, Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, Science, Academics, Technology, and more.
Adventure CampArcheryArts & Crafts Arts Campfires SkillsExtreme Campfire BuildingFishingHorseback RidingHorse CampMountain BikingNatureOrienteeringOutdoor CookingSurvivalTheater Camp Roger is approximately one-hour from Salt Lake City, in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
CAMP FACILITIES: We have 15 cabins, a Lodge, Health center, a corral, two-bath houses, a volleyball pit, basketball court, and an amphitheater CAMP PROGRAM INFO: Camp Roger begins each season with a week-long staff training to ensure staff are given all the tools to run quality programming and guide friend-making.
Over the years we have welcomed campers from around Utah and the world for a memorable experience that will last a lifetime! Camp Roger is approximately one-hour from Salt Lake City, in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
Camp facilities include cabins, a lodge, basketball court, sand volleyball court, beaver pond, bike trails, horse trails, hiking trails, boy and girl bath houses, nature center, craft house, infirmary, and a large meadow great for running and group games. During their time at Camp Roger leadership campers will be learning what it means to be a leader, and the necessary skills and responsibilities involved.
CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS OR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: The YMCA realizes that families have differing abilities to pay and has introduced a voluntary tiered pricing program to enable all families the opportunity for a quality camp experience for their children. This program is voluntary, requires no paperwork, and in no way influences the experience your child receives.
TIER A is based on the full cost of a child participating in camp programs. This rate reflects the actual cost of sending a camper to camp.
TIER B is a partially subsidized rate that will help families that cannot afford the full cost of the camp program. FAMILY CAMP SESSION(S): Try It Out Camp-Out is held June 8-9, 4 pm-8 am followed by our public Annual Open House.
We hire for the following positions:-Health Coordinator-Maintenance-Bus Driver-Kitchen Manager-Kitchen Assistants (3)-Equestrian Coordinator-Female Counselors (14)-Male Counselors (16)-Program Specialists for each of the following areas: Adventure Camp, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Circus Skills, Fire Building, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Nature, Orienteering, Outdoor Cooking, Survival, and Theater. Our campers will spend their time on the farm seeing, hearing, touching, and exploring as we learn about where our food comes from, and maybe more importantly, gain an appreciation for the simple beauty of life.
CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED: Wilderness /Nature, Science, and more. CAMP FACILITIES: Our campers participate in activities on our working farm.
We meet in the barn, work in the fields, plant and maintain our own garden space, care for animals, and help out in our operating farmers market. Each year we make improvements to our curriculum and incorporate activities that children request.
CAMP INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERED: Wilderness /Nature, Adventure, Fine Arts/Crafts, Dance, Science, Academics, and more. CAMP LOCATION: Nestled within Salt Lake City's centrally located Liberty Park, Tracy Aviary is the largest and oldest public aviary in the country and has been a unique asset to residents of the Salt Lake valley since 1938.
We celebrate the unique opportunity to connect our visitors with nature and the environment all through the magic of birds. CAMP FACILITIES: Tracy Aviary's Avian Adventure Summer Camps take place both within our indoor educational facility, and on our eight beautiful acres of grounds, which feature a wide variety of bird species.
Each camp has a different theme, but all are packed with bird-related activities, crafts, and most importantly nose-to-beak experiences with Tracy Aviary's feathered friends, providing your child with an exciting day investigating birds and the natural world. You can go directly to any of our other 2021 Special Interest Camp Directories from the list in the black bar at the bottom of this page.