2022 Overnight Camps

Sleep-away Camp Information Night
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Listings are continuously being updated for 2022 based on information we collect directly from camps through an online questionnaire. Please verify all information with camps directly.
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Camp Not-A-Wheeze
689 E. Michelle Way, Gilbert • 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 moderate to severe asthma learn effective asthma management skills. We provide recreational activities such as horseback riding, music, hiking, arts & crafts, 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. Camperships awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, please fill out campership application when registering.  Designated camperships are available for asthmatic Native American children.  Camp dates are June 5th thru June 11th, 2022 in Heber, AZ.  The cost to attend is $650.

Camp Then And Now
1400 Pine Drive #203, Prescott. 602-888-9448 • thenandnowicc.com/camp

Ages 11-15. A three-day residential camp focused on mindfulness and coping skills. Arts, mindfulness walks, group therapy, yoga, meditation, outdoor sports, swimming, painting, zip lining, camp fires, and more. June 26-29. Camp sessions are $549.

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

Ages 12-17. Is adventure calling you? Hiking, camping, swimming, horseback riding and more await you at Orme Summer Camp. Make friendships that last a lifetime as you join other teens in conquering daily challenges that are designed with teens in mind. Campers will take advantage of this historic Orme School campus that is home to equestrian facilities, a competition swimming pool, a gymnasium, and endless miles of hiking and biking trails. Take our virtual tour at www.ormeschool.org. Give your teen a week they won’t forget! July 13-19 (ages 12-14). July 21 – 27 (ages 15-17).

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

Ages 7-18. Christian outdoor camp that helps campers come to know Christ and develop daily habits of Christian living. By participating in Christ-centered outdoor programs, campers develop positive self-concepts, experience God’s beautiful creation, explore His Word and build meaningful relationships with staff members and other campers. Campers enjoy archery, riflery, hiking, crafts, nature, singing, camp fires, waterslide, ropes course, laser tag, and more. Separate camps for girls and boys. June 19-25. $550 per camper.

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

Ages 7-16. High ropes, climbing tower, archery, target sports, paintball, canoeing, paddle boarding, nature studies, outdoor skills, performing arts, fine arts, ceramics, engineering, media and journalism. Weekly sessions May 29-July 30. $675-$825/week; scholarships available.

Summer Camps AZ
5101 S Senator Highway Prescott. 480-217-0652 or 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. Summer Camp AZ brings this life-changing mountain retreat experience to city children. On this 2 week session from May 29-June 11 campers will experience canoeing, laser tag, astronomy, horseback riding, water fun, dancing, gold panning, bonfires, nerf wars, sports, petting zoo, hay rides, archery, archery, and more! $2699/person. Discounts available.

Camp Aloma
300 S. Margaret Drive, Prescott • 928-778-1690 • campaloma.com

Ages 8-18. Affiliated with the Arizona Lutheran Outdoor Ministry Association. Campers will experience hiking, archery, rock climbing and canoeing. $235 for mini camp for grades 1-3 (June 13-16), $325 week for grades 3-12. 7 weeks of sessions June 5-10, June 12-17, June 19-24, June 26-July 1, July 3-8, July 10-15, July 17-22. Scholarships, sibling discount, early-bird discount available.

Camp Colley
602-262-4872 • campcolley.org

Ages 8-14. An outdoor residential camp that provides nature-based outdoor education, leadership and recreational adventure programs geared toward developing key social skills.

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

Ages 5-17. These brother-sister camps are located on opposite sides of Lake Hubert in Minnesota’s Lake Country, in 750 acres of pine and birch forests. More than 40 land and water activities. 2 or 4 week sessions June 14-Aug. 10. $3275 and up; scholarships, sibling discount and need-based financial assistance.

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

Ages 7-16. Give your child a life-changing experience at Camp Ocean Pines in Cambria, California. We’re a small, nature-based resident camp in a pine forest above the Pacific Ocean. Your camper will build friendships, experience amazing nature and just get to be a kid! 6- and 13-day sessions June 12-Aug. 2. $1,900 and up; scholarships available.

Camp Tuku
1400 Pine Drive, Prescott. 928-224-5855 • camptuku.org

Ages 6-13. A traditional residential summer camp with a holistic approach designed to integrate mind, body and heart. June 19-July 2. $1195 (1 week)-$2290 (2 week).

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

Ages 5-16. We offer a wide variety of traditional summer camp activities such as archery, riflery, fencing, arts & crafts and swimming, to name a few. Campers also get to choose which offsite activities they wish to attend such as stand-up paddle board, horseback riding and roller skating.

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

Grades 1-10. Camp activities include snorkeling, sailing, tubing, water-skiing, kayaking, stand-up paddling, crafts, ropes course, climbing wall archery, riflery, nature and more. 1- and 2-week sessions June 13-Aug.8. $2,325 and up; sibling discount and early-bird discount.

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

Ages 6-18. A Christian camp during which campers will experience a challenge course, outdoor games, arts and crafts, music, campfire, water games, friendship-building activities, and prayer activities. May 29-June 18. $210-$460.

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

Grades 2-11 (completed). Activities vary by session but may include horseback riding, rock climbing, mountain biking, target sports, lake activities, court sports, special theme days, cookouts, campfires, dances, capture the flag, team building, wilderness travel and adventure. Two- and four-week sessions June 9-Aug 8. $3260 and up; discounts for early registration, siblings and multiple sessions.

Drone Flight School
2599 W. Webber Creek Road, Payson. 602-955-7747, ext. 239 • azoutdoored.org/drone-flight-school

Campers will learn about the physics of aviation while building and flying their own custom Modit™ Drone Systems.

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

Ages 14-18. We offer a number of amazing pre-college summer programs, including Tech in Action – Game Design, Robotics & Animation as well as Engineering, Space, Helicopter, Flight, UAS/Drone and Spy Camps! We have state-of-the-art facilities and participants will learn from ERAU’s world-class professors.

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

All ages. Family activities as well as individual activities. Archery, Ropes Course, Kayaking, Hiking, Arts and Crafts, Yoga, and more.  July 16-21, $425 for adults and $475 for kids. Kids under 4 (babysitting available). Early bird discounts available. 

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

Learn the ecology necessary to select proper fly or bait, understand where to cast, and master the art of provoking fish to attack your fly or lure.

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

Ages 7-17. Campers can focus on one particular area of interest or choose from a variety of activities in dance, theater, music, circus, magic, visual arts, film and video, sports, tennis, fitness, waterfront, skate board, rock and roll and horseback riding.

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

Ages 6-14. Campers will enjoy activities including sports, horseback riding, swimming, waterskiing, rock climbing, performing arts, fine arts, hiking, archery, fencing, canoeing, kayaking, animal care, sewing, and more.  May 28-July 23. Discounts for siblings and multiple sessions.

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

Girl Scouts Summer Camp. Ages 5-17. Residential Mini Camp (three days), Residential Camp (6-11 days) and day camps will be running all summer long.

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

Ages 5-adult. Intensive hands-on workshops in creative writing, dance, fashion, filmmaking, music, theater, visual arts, and Native American arts and culture. 1- and 2-week sessions. Scholarships, sibling discount, early-bird discount, need-based financial assistance.

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

Ages 6-16. Two California locations. Relax among the cool redwoods of the central coast or enjoy the thrills of an Alpine lake. In Santa Cruz we offer horses, ropes courses, sports, swimming and much, much more. On Huntington Lake, kids can water ski, kayak, canoe and swim from our private dock. All under the watchful eyes of experienced counselors.

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

Ages 8-16. Acting, Aviation, broadcasting, Cirque du Pali, comedy, culinary, dance, DJ, extreme action, fashion, film, fine arts, flying trapeze, Girl Power, Hollywood Stunts, LARP, magic, motorsports, Ninja Warrior, Rock Star, Secret Agency, Street Art, Wacky Science, Wacky Sports, water sports and more. Weeklong sessions June 12-Aug 13.

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

Horseback riding, caving, rock climbing, canyoneering, mountain biking and canoeing.

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

Ages 8-14. Activities include space, outdoor photography, horse riding, kayaking, rappelling, mountain biking, STEM, archery, hiking, wilderness survival and swimming.

St. Joseph’s Youth Camp
Mormon Lake, 30 miles southwest of Flagstaff
480-449-0848 • sjycaz.com

Ages 7-17. Horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, archery, shelter building, campfire, telescope nights, arts & crafts, and more. Week long sessions June 12-July 16. $800/session, early bird discount of $50 available.