2021 Overnight Camps

Sleep-away Camp Information Night
Photo courtesy of Friendly Pines Camp
Listings are continuously being updated for 2021 based on information we collect directly from camps through an online questionnaire.
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FLAGSTAFF


St. Joseph’s Youth Camp
Mormon Lake, 30 miles southwest of Flagstaff
480-449-0848 • sjycaz.com
Ages 8-17. Horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, archery, shelter building, campfire, telescope nights, arts & crafts, and more. Sessions run June 13-July 17. $650/week.


PAYSON


Arizona Fish Camp
at R-C Scout Ranch, 20 miles east of Payson
602-955-7747, ext. 239 • azoutdoored.org/fish-camp
Arizona Council of Trout Unlimited and the Grand Canyon Council of the Boy Scouts of America are hosting this second annual camp for ages 13-17. The camp is open to all teens, whether or not they are scouts. 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. May 30-June 4, June 6-11 and June 12-18. $400.

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

A program of the Grand Canyon Council of the Boy Scouts of America for any teen ages 13 and up. Participants will learn about the physics of aviation while building and flying their own custom Modit™ Drone Systems. June 6-12, June 13-19, June 20-26. $600; includes a Modit™ Drone System (a $300 value).

Spade Ranch High Adventure Camp
at Camp Geronimo
2599 W. Webber Creek Road, Payson
602-955-7747, ext. 239 • azoutdoored.org/spade-ranch
A program of the Grand Canyon Council of the Boy Scouts of America for any teen ages 13 and up. Horseback riding, caving, rock climbing, canyoneering, mountain biking and canoeing. May 30-June 5, June 6-12, June 27-July 3, July 4-10, July 11-17, July 18-24. $500; participants not registered scouts must also pay a one-time membership fee of $100.


PRESCOTT


Chapel Rock Camp, sleepaway camp, kids, Arizona
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 30-July 4. $280-$450. We also have a family camp for families with kids of all ages.

Friendly Pines Camp, sleepaway camp, Arizona, kids

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

Ages 6-14. Friendly Pines Camp offers a non-competitive program of more than 30 activities including sports, horseback riding, swimming, waterskiing, rock climbing, performing arts, fine arts, hiking, archery, fencing, canoeing, kayaking, animal care, sewing, and much more. 1-week, 2-week, 4-week, and 6-week sessions May 29-July 24. Discounts for siblings and multiple sessions. Also offers Family Camp sessions Aug. 3-5 and Aug. 6-8. Friendly Pines Camp is hosting a free Open House event for families on May 22.

Then And Now Integrated Care Center Inc.
Camp Pinerock and Retreat Center
1400 Pine Drive #203, Prescott

602-888-9448 • thenandnowicc.com
Camp Then And Now. Ages 11-14. A mindfulness and coping skills camp featuring Paint and Soft Sip, mindfulness walks, bereavement conversations, group therapy, yoga classes, outdoor meditation, outdoor sports, swimming and Night @ the Camp Fire. July 22-25. $549.

Camp Colley
602-262-4872 • campcolley.org

Ages 8-14. An immersive five-day outdoor residential camp that provides nature-based outdoor education, leadership and recreational adventure programs geared toward developing key social skills necessary for success. Weekly sessions May 31-July 30. $430 (includes round-trip transportation from Phoenix).

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 1-6. $670-$790.

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