2024 Overnight Camps

Sleep-away Camp Information Night
Photo courtesy of Friendly Pines Camp
Listings are continuously being updated (January 17, 2024) based on information we collect directly from camps through an online questionnaire. Please verify all information with camps directly.
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Anytown Leadership Camp
Mingus Mountain Camp, Prescott • 602-529-5101 • Apply@anytownleadershipcamp.organytownleadershipcamp.org

Ages 14-19. ANYTOWN is a nationally recognized, award winning leadership and social justice program for teens.  Every year, we bring diverse groups of Arizona high school students together for a weeklong residential learning experience. Through interactive workshops, simulations and discussions, participants explore topics like prejudice, discrimination and bias. Anytown addresses widespread cultural competence gaps by educating young leaders about the value of diversity and inclusion and teaching participants to recognize and counter stereotypes and bullying.

Arizona Adventures Camp
ArizonaAdventuresCamp@gmail.com • (805) 270-5413 • arizonaadventurescamp.com

Ages 10-15. A Christian-led, character-building, youth program focused on outdoor Adventure, Exploration, and Appreciation. We offer day-trips and several distinct multi-day adventures. Students are given the opportunity to hike, camp, practice outdoor skills and more while traveling to and exploring some of Arizona’s most unique destinations.
They’ll learn social skills, survival skills, outdoor appreciation and stewardship, while making lifelong friends and memories. For kids who have a spirit of adventure.

Camp Aloma 
300 Margaret Dr, Prescott. 928-778-1690 or campaloma.com

Grades 1-12.Summer 2024: “Hope”. New friends, outdoor activities, and worship. All in one! Campers will take part in archery, rock climbing, hiking, crafts, frisbee golf, gaga ball, basketball, volleyball, canoeing, laser tag, talent show, and other camp games! June 2-July 19.  $275-$415. Kids local to the Prescott Area can join us for day camp ($45/day).

Camp Not-A-Wheeze
Heber, AZ • 602-336-6575 • campnotawheeze.org

Accepting ages 7-14 years old. Camp Not-A-Wheeze is a unique recreational, educational overnight program helping children with asthma and / or allergic conditions learn effective management skills for their conditions. Camp provides recreational activities such as horseback riding, kayaking, water slides, petting zoo, music, hiking, and more. The activities allow children to exercise control over their disease and learn to lead active lives while learning to successfully manage their chronic illness – all while under the watchful eye of volunteer medical professionals (Physicians, Respiratory Therapists, Nurses, Pharmacists, Paramedics, NP/PA’s). 2024 Camp dates are June 9 thru 15 in Heber, AZ.  The cost to attend is $1,050 – scholarships are available to those who qualify. Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, please complete application when registering on website. We look forward to seeing you at camp!

Camp Daisy and Harry Stein
3400 W Camp Pearlstein Rd, Prescott • 480-951-0323 • campstein.org

Camp Daisy and Harry Stein, a Jewish overnight camp nestled in the forest of Prescott, AZ, is a place where campers discover more about themselves and their Judaism. With a sophisticated program and top-notch facilities, our campers challenge themselves by incorporating a variety of activities into their days. We offer sports, arts, horseback riding, theater, and more! One-week, two-week, and four-week sessions provide an opportunity for campers to build friendships within our camp community. June 4-July 28. Scholarships available.

Camps for Kids
5101 S Senator Highway Prescott • 480-217-0652 • summercampAZ.com

Ages 7-17. America’s best sleepaway camp in Prescott Arizona National Forest is a perfect place to unwind from technology and interact with nature. Camps for Kids brings this life-changing mountain retreat experience to city children. Campers will gain independence, leadership, and confidence. From June 16 – 22, campers will experience canoeing, nature hikes, volleyball, foam party, outdoor movies, laser tag, soccer, astronomy, horseback riding, water fun, dancing, gold panning, bonfires, nerf wars, water slides, flag football, petting zoo, hay rides, archery, bubble party, GaGa ball, homemade ice cream, and more! $1290/person. Sibling discounts available. No other camp does all of this! Register soon before we are sold out!

Camp Then And Now 
5101 S. Senator Hwy., Prescott (Camp Wamatochick) • 602-888-9448 • thenandnowicc.com/camp-then-now

Ages 11-15. Camp Then And Now we make it our mission to provide a camp environment that inspires, empowers, and builds character by surrounding our campers in a safe and creative atmosphere. From the time our campers arrive to the moment you collect them at the end of their visit each activity they complete has been curated with them in mind. Our camp is small but mighty. We offer almost an 4:1 ratio – four campers to everyone staff members. We will be enjoying the great outdoors but exploring walking trails, playing outside sports as well as nights by the campfire. Camp for mindfulness runs June 8-11.

EF Exchange Year
charity.stuart@efexchangeyear.org • 602-330-2053 • efexchangeyear.org/iec/charity-stuart

Hosting an exchange student is a great way to bring more fun and excitement into your home – while also learning about another part of the world! Host for 5 or 10 months. An exchange will go quickly, but the connections you make will last forever. Open your eyes to the world through exchange and build a global family. Hosting is a great way to volunteer. Open your home and enrich both your community and family’s life!

The H.E.A.R.T. Center at Camp Colley
Happy Jack, AZ. 818-613-6394 • theheart-center.com/camps

Ages 9-18. One of a kind nature-based adventure camp using horses and experiential learning to foster environmental education and social emotional development for youth of all abilities. 

Friendly Pines Camp
933 E. Friendly Pines Road, Prescott • 928-445-2128 • friendlypines.com

Ages 6-14. Pines Camp is an independent, family-owned sleep-away summer camp that’s full of traditional camp experiences. From horseback riding, to hiking, to canoeing, to ropes course, to arts & crafts, to axe throwing, to sewing, to swimming…there’s not much campers CAN’T do at Friendly Pines! Our highly qualified counselors help provide a well-rounded and FUN experience for all, where campers develop life skills that will last them a lifetime.

Orme Summer Camp
1000 E Orme School Rd. Mayer • 928-632-7601 • ormeschool.org/summer-camp

Ages 8-16. Adventure awaits you this summer at the Orme School! Are you an artist? Do you love horses? Whether your interests are in the arts, horseback riding, swimming, team building, or the outdoors, we have it all! We are offering three camps: Traditional (ages 8-11), Fine Arts (12-16), and Horsemanship (12-16). Orme offers campers a chance to make lifelong friendships and learn new skills. Come join us this summer, we can’t wait to meet you!

St. Joseph’s Youth Camps
4860 Mormon Lake Rd. Mormon Lake, AZ, 30 miles southeast of Flagstaff
480-449-0848 • sjycaz.com or sjycaz.com/cit

Ages 7-17. Campers aged 7-15 enjoy traditional camp activities, including horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, archery, ziplining, campfires & s’mores, astronomy, arts & crafts, and more. Bus transport to/from Phoenix provided. 5 week-long camp sessions available: June 9 – July 6. $800 – $950 per week. Discounts and scholarships are available. Counselor-in-Training (CIT) program that allows teens aged 15-17 to participate in personal development activities and discussions to give them skills in communication, leadership, greater good, positivity, and inclusion. With these skills, they will be ready to be leaders at camp and in their day-to-day lives. If selected, counselors will be asked to return for the camper weeks to put their skills into action (and earn community service hours). CIT Week runs from June 2–8. $225. Scholarships are available.

Triangle YMCA Ranch Camp
34434 S. Y Camp Rd., Oracle, AZ 85623
520-884-0987 • tucsonymca.org/triangle-y-camp-retreat-center

Ages 6-17, co-ed. For over 70 years, Triangle Y has been a haven for seekers of adventure and nature enthusiasts alike, offering cherished experiences to visitors from Southern Arizona and beyond! Nestled amidst the stunning Galiuro and Santa Catalina Mountains, Triangle Y is a picturesque spot ideal for corporate retreats or as an overnight camp for your kids. Escape the hustle of city life and immerse yourself in a place that offers a plethora of activities crafted for team building and personal growth. From archery, horseback riding, swimming, and ziplining to engaging Tie-dye and STEAM activities, Triangle Y is a haven for endless days of excitement, culminating in serene evenings under the breathtaking starlit sky! Scholarships available!

Camp Lincoln For Boys And Camp Lake Hubert For Girls
23416 Camp Lincoln Road, Lake Hubert, Minnesota • 800-242-1909 • lincoln-lakehubert.com

Camp Ocean Pines
1473 Randall Drive, Cambria, California • 805-927-0254 • campoceanpines.org

Camp Sky-Y
5725 S. Senator Highway, Prescott • 800-660-1385 • azycamps.org

Camp Tuku
1000 Orme School Road, Mayer, Arizona. 928-224-5855 • camptuku.org

Camp Wasewagan
42121 Seven Oaks Road, Angelus Oaks, California • 805-498-5572 • wasewagan.com

Catalina Island Camps
100 Howlands Landing, Avalon, California •  626-296-4040 • catalinaislandcamps.com

Chapel Rock Camp and Conference Center
1131 Country Club Dr, Prescott. 928-445-3499 • chapelrock.net

Colvig Silver Camps
San Juan Mountains, Colorado • 970-247-2564 • colvigsilvercamps.com

Elks Youth Camp | Arizona Elks Major Projects
Nf-487, Young, AZ 85554 • 480-805-1984 • elksyouthcamp.com

Embry-Riddle University Summer Programs
3700 Willow Creek Road, Prescott • 928-777-3956 • summercamps.erau.edu/camps/

Family Homeschool Camp
Camp Wamatochick, Prescott • sarah@afamilyedu.com to register

Fish Camp
R-C Scout Ranch, 20 miles east of Payson. 602-955-7747, ext. 239 • azoutdoored.org/fish-camp

French Woods Performing Arts Camp
Catskill Mountains, New York • 800-634-1703 • frenchwoods.com

Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council
602-450-7000 • girlscoutsaz.org/camp

Idyllwild Arts Summer Program
52500 Temecula Road, Idyllwild California •  951-468-7265 • idyllwildarts.org/summer

Kennolyn Camps
8400 Glen Haven Road, Soquel, California • 831-479-6714 • kennolyncamps.com

Pali Adventures
Running Springs, near Los Angeles, California. 909-867-5743 • paliadventures.com.

Saguaro Camp Cedarbrook
3000 Spence Springs Road, Prescott • 623-979-1984 • saguarocampcedarbrook.com

Spade Ranch High Adventure Camp
2599 W. Webber Creek Road, Payson. 602-955-7747, ext. 239 • azoutdoored.org/spade-ranch

Tonto Creek Camp
245 S. Camp Tontozona Road, Payson • 844-411-2267 • tontocreekcamp.com

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