Teens and Leadership Camps

Young people build self-confidence and leadership skills through new adventures and experiences.

Summer Rally Days

Save on Summer, March 1-6. $15 off Day Camp Sessions.

Teen Climbing Camp

Entering grades 7 – 9 in fall, 2018

Member Participants: $275/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $300/week

Weeks of July 16, July 30 and August 13

Test your strategy and skill through new fun challenges! Each day focuses on a new element or challenge including knot tying, safety and team work. This camp is designed to build self-confidence and teach valuable skills while enjoying unforgettable adventure. Spend a day at Camp Streefland’s high ropes course.

Wednesdays campers will participate in an exciting full day rock climbing experience at Taylor’s Falls! Campers will return to Camp Streefland at 5:30 p.m. and can be picked up from camp between 5:30 and 6 p.m.

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Teen Outdoor Adventure Camp (NEW!)

Entering grades 7 – 9 in fall, 2018

Member Participants: $230
Non-Member Program Participants: $255

Three week session: Weeks of June 25, July 9, August 6 and August 20

Strike out on a bold adventure of climbing and canoeing as you test your strength, strategy and skill through a week of your favorite outdoor activities. This exciting camp allows you to create and implement a fun outing through the exploration of your favorite outdoor activities. Previous experience climbing and canoeing is beneficial.

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Leaders-In-Training Camp

Entering grades 7 – 9 in fall, 2018

Member Participants: $335/two weeks
Non-Member Program Participants: $360/two weeks

Two-Week Sessions: June 11 – 22, June 25 – July 6, July 9 – 20, July 23 – August 3, August 6 – 17 and August 20 – 31 (No program July 4, fee prorated)

Rise to the challenge in Leaders-in-Training Camp and discover your leadership qualities. You will learn and develop camp skills needed to lead camper activities, as well as responsibility through activity planning. You will have opportunities to shadow counselors and assist staff in their camp activities. There will also be plenty of time to hang out with friends – new and old. Come experience camp from a whole new perspective!

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Teen Service Learning Camp

Entering grades 7 – 9 in fall, 2018

Member Participants: $230/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $255/week

Weeks of June 18, July 9 and July 30

Grow their leadership and teambuilding skills, while bolstering self-confidence through giving back to the community. Earn volunteer hours and improve your skill set while actively participating in traditional camp activities like swimming, canoeing and kayaking, and high ropes course. Service projects take place at camp and in a National Park. You will receive a certificate with the number of service hours completed. It’s a win-win for you and the community!

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Teen Quest Camp

Entering grades 7 – 9 in fall, 2018

Member Participants: $230/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $255/week

Weeks of June 11- August 31 (No program July 4, fee prorated)

Adventure Quest is an exciting day camp program geared toward teens that want total outdoor fun! This program develops valuable life skills such as effective communication, team building, cooperation, and conflict resolution. You will participate in a variety of activities including swimming, canoeing and kayaking, high ropes course, environmental education, bowling, a service project, an all-day field trip, and more!

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Water Adventure Camp

Entering grades 7 – 9 in fall, 2018

Member Participants: $230/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $255/week

Weeks of July 23, August 6 and August 13

The hottest way for kids to cool off this summer! Campers spend the full week enjoying an awesome array of water activities including canoeing, kayaking, swimming and other water activities.

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Forkhorn II Camp

Entering grades 7 – 9 in fall, 2018

Member Participants: $245/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $270/week

Weeks of July 16 and August 6

This advanced archery camp takes students beyond basic archery skills and offers training in bow hunting, map and compass skills, marksmanship training, tree stand safety and setup. Students will be certified in the MN Bowhunter Education Program MBEP as part of the camp. Not currently offering Forkhorn I or III camp, no pre-requisite to Forkhorn II.

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