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The Ultimate Camping Guide's Top 50 (31 - 40)

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31. Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions
Since 1926 Cottonwood Gulch has made exploration and adventure a tool to inspire learning. From conquering the towering peaks of the majestic Rockies, to spelunking in lava tube caves, to howling for wolves, we know adventure and its value as a teaching tool. We make valuable use of the Southwest's stunning wilderness areas as the setting in which expedition members experience responsible camping and backpacking skills.

URL:  Cottonwood Gulch Expeditions
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32. Camp Cayuga
Camp Cayuga is the premier summer sleepaway camp located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of northeast Pennsylvania. Catering to boys & girls ages 5 to 15, Cayuga offers over 60 fun-filled activities, including Backpacking on the Appalachian Trail, Reppelling, Mountain Biking, a 20ft climbing wall, a 205 ft. zip line, a Ropes Course with 6 stations, Canoe Trips on the Delaware River, and Horseback Overnights.

URL:  Camp Cayuga
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33. Flight Training Adventure Camps
Live like a gypsy. Travel & study in our moving class-room. Enjoy adventures such as river rafting, water skiing, open air theatre, caves, horse back riding, hiking, primitive camping, parachuting, swimming, cliff jumping, museums, bicycling, mini golf. Count shooting stars as you fall asleep under an airplane's wing.

URL:  Flight Training Adventure Camps
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34. America's Adventure
Since 1976, America's Adventures has combined great adventures, teens and leaders on 18-40 day expeditions around the world. America's Adventure Venture Europe teaches skills which result in a lifetime of outdoor activities and friendships.

URL:  America's Adventure
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35. The Mountain Institute
The Mountain Institute focuses its work in very specific areas--mountain areas--including the highest, longest and oldest mountain ranges on the planet. We believe that places shape our lives. Our work is with mountain people, people whose knowledge, respect and love of their places makes them truly native to their environments. It is their wisdom we work to share. The Mountain Institute is truly international in scale, linking mountain areas through Global Initiatives and providing active field programs in mountain ranges on three continents--the Andes of South America, the Himalaya of Asia, and the Appalachians of North America. The programs of the Institute vary like the cultures and environments we encounter, but our mountain focus--a focus on people, on place, and on purpose--remains constant.

URL:  The Mountain Institute
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36. Indian Head Camp
Through the 1990s, Indian Head Camp continues to build upon this solid foundation, enhancing the camping experience for every camper. Indian Head features personalized elective programs which increase in scope as campers get older, special events throughout the season to draw out the creative talents of adults and campers, and a strong, distinctive Wilderness/Adventure program.

URL:  Indian Head Camp
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37. Snow Mountain Camp
We are a children's Residential Summer Camp in the Sierra foothills near Grass Valley and Nevada City, California. We specialize in providing personal attention by a caring and supportive staff who value people's diversity and promote positive attitudes about life. We offer quality instruction in a variety of safe, exciting and wholesome activities, including speciality programs in Water Skiing/Wake Boarding, & Horsemanship. Our campers return home happy having had their days filled with fun making new friends, learning new skills, while building self-confidence, a sense of belonging and of being valued.

URL:  Snow Mountain Camp
Gallagher's High Adventure Camp

38. Gallagher's High Adventure Camp
Our camp is nestled in a magnificent forest at 5000 feet elevation in the Northern Sierra Nevada. We are just over Eureka Ridge from the 2000 mile long Pacific Crest Trail, which runs through some of the most beautiful and rugged wilderness, and is considered by many to be the best backpacking country in the world. Located just a short drive from the North Fork Yuba and Middle Fork of the Feather River, two of the premier whitewater rivers in the west, our camp has an exciting, rigorous, and rewarding challenge course hidden in the trees. We are offering a fun-filled two weeks for boys 8 to 14, who are interested in climbing, rappelling, backpacking and whitewater rafting in an unsurpassed Sierra setting.

URL:  Gallagher's High Adventure Camp
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39. OMNI Camp
OMNI stands for "Open Minds, New Ideas" and offers a rich and varied program, including outdoor challenge, and adventure. Campers have over 50 elective activities from which to choose, including water-skiing, land sports, rock-climbing and ropes course. Weekly back-packing trips, canoe trips, flight instruction, and community service are also offered. International campers add a special element. The setting is a picturesque 240 acres of stately pine trees, fields, and dramatic rock outcroppings surrounding a private spring-fed lake.

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40. Camp Thunderbird
A River Runs Through It!" Explorers is designed for campers ages 13-16 seeking the excitement of adventure and the splendor of the outdoors. Explorers camp at outposts located in Southern Virginia and West Virginia. Canoe-Camping, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Climbing, Caving, and Whitewater Rafting are all wrapped up into this unforgettable 12 day adventure.

URL:  Camp Thunderbird

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