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Unforgettable Summer Camps

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Keewaydin Temagami
Who: ages 10-18
Where: Devil's Island, Lake Temagami, Ontario, Canada
Cost: $4,125-$7,050+
Photo by: Keewaydin Temagami

Related: Reborn: American Drive-In Movie Theaters What: Keewaydin is one of North America's oldest camps, and it was immortalized in print by an alum, Disney CEO Michael Eisner, in his book "Camp." The campers hardly spend any time at Devil's Island - that's just the base for wilderness trips that last from five days for newbies to seven weeks for the most experienced campers. Boys and girls travel by canoe, towing their supplies, and they cook all meals from scratch over open fires, from pancakes and bacon in the morning to stews and chili at night, and even bake bread and doughnuts using reflector ovens.
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Tall Ship Summer Sailing Camp
Who: ages 10-18
Where: Claremont, Calif.
Cost: $1,495-$3,900 for 7- to 20-day trips
Photo by: Tall Ship Summer Sailing Camp

Related: Baseball's Greatest Attractions
What: Kids who board the SSV Tole Mour for Tall Ship Summer Sailing Camp learn maritime history, marine science and all about the teamwork it takes to operate a tall ship. On their expedition, which departs from Long Beach and travels through the Channel Islands, kids get to experience the glory of unfurling the sails and standing watch on the bow in the wee hours of the morning, tempered by the mundane but necessary tasks of putting in shifts in the galley or washing dishes in the scullery. They will also go snorkeling, diving in kelp forests, kayaking and boogie boarding.
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Camp Motorsport
Who: ages 9-16
Where: Virginia International Raceway, Virginia
Cost: $1,095 per week
Photo by: Camp Motorsport

Related: Best Educational Trips for Kids
What: At Camp Motorsport, aspiring Nascar and Formula One drivers can get as close as legally possible to driving race cars while they're still underage. Mini drivers can command half-scale race cars, dirt kart and go-karts, as well as riding along in a real race car on a racetrack. In addition to driving, the camp offers activities including fishing and swimming.
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Seacamp
Who: ages 12-17
Where: Big Pine Key, Fla.
Cost: $3,850+ per 18-day session
Photo by: Seacamp

Related: Traveling Internationally? Avoid These Gaffes
What:The nonprofit Seacamp aims to educate kids about marine science through experiences including scuba, sailing, board sailing and arts and crafts. Scuba campers, which costs an extra $425, can collect scientific data on their dives, and more advanced divers can take a marine investigations course.
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Cub Creek
Who: ages 7-17
Where: Rolla, Mo.
Cost: $795-$4,700 for programs 1-6 weeks
Photo by: Cub Creek

Related: World's Most Remote Resorts
What: Cub Creek Science Camp offers programs for aspiring forensics experts (crime science) and Navy Seals (survival skills). One of its most popular courses is the junior veterinarian program, pictured here. Cub Creek bills itself as the only residential camp in the world with a real zoo, and also offers wildlife-themed programs such as Adopt an Animal and Water World.
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Camp Kamaji for Girls
Who: girls ages 7-15
Where: Cass Lake, Minn.
Cost: $4,800/$8100 4 weeks/8 weeks
Photo by: Camp Kamaji

What: Plenty of camps let a girl ride her horse, but at Camp Kamji, girls can take their horses swimming. Minnesota's oldest camp for girls also offers activities like geocaching (a treasure hunt that uses GPS), windsurfing, sailing, horseback riding and rock climbing (indoors and out, including the shores of Lake Superior). Campers go on excursions such as wilderness adventures, moonlight sailing and kayaking on the Mississippi.
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Pali Adventures
Who: ages 8-17
Where: Running Springs, Calif.
Cost: $1,300-$6,295
Photo by: Pali Adventures

Keewaydin Temagami
Who: ages 10-18
Where: Devil's Island, Lake Temagami, Ontario, Canada
Cost: $4,125-$7,050+
Photo by: Keewaydin Temagami

Related: Reborn: American Drive-In Movie Theaters What: Keewaydin is one of North America's oldest camps, and it was immortalized in print by an alum, Disney CEO Michael Eisner, in his book "Camp." The campers hardly spend any time at Devil's Island - that's just the base for wilderness trips that last from five days for newbies to seven weeks for the most experienced campers. Boys and girls travel by canoe, towing their supplies, and they cook all meals from scratch over open fires, from pancakes and bacon in the morning to stews and chili at night, and even bake bread and doughnuts using reflector ovens.
less
Tall Ship Summer Sailing Camp
Who: ages 10-18
Where: Claremont, Calif.
Cost: $1,495-$3,900 for 7- to 20-day trips
Photo by: Tall Ship Summer Sailing Camp

Related: Baseball's Greatest Attractions
What: Kids who board the SSV Tole Mour for Tall Ship Summer Sailing Camp learn maritime history, marine science and all about the teamwork it takes to operate a tall ship. On their expedition, which departs from Long Beach and travels through the Channel Islands, kids get to experience the glory of unfurling the sails and standing watch on the bow in the wee hours of the morning, tempered by the mundane but necessary tasks of putting in shifts in the galley or washing dishes in the scullery. They will also go snorkeling, diving in kelp forests, kayaking and boogie boarding.
less
Camp Motorsport
Who: ages 9-16
Where: Virginia International Raceway, Virginia
Cost: $1,095 per week
Photo by: Camp Motorsport

Related: Best Educational Trips for Kids
What: At Camp Motorsport, aspiring Nascar and Formula One drivers can get as close as legally possible to driving race cars while they're still underage. Mini drivers can command half-scale race cars, dirt kart and go-karts, as well as riding along in a real race car on a racetrack. In addition to driving, the camp offers activities including fishing and swimming.
less
Seacamp
Who: ages 12-17
Where: Big Pine Key, Fla.
Cost: $3,850+ per 18-day session
Photo by: Seacamp

Related: Traveling Internationally? Avoid These Gaffes
What:The nonprofit Seacamp aims to educate kids about marine science through experiences including scuba, sailing, board sailing and arts and crafts. Scuba campers, which costs an extra $425, can collect scientific data on their dives, and more advanced divers can take a marine investigations course.
less
Cub Creek
Who: ages 7-17
Where: Rolla, Mo.
Cost: $795-$4,700 for programs 1-6 weeks
Photo by: Cub Creek

Related: World's Most Remote Resorts
What: Cub Creek Science Camp offers programs for aspiring forensics experts (crime science) and Navy Seals (survival skills). One of its most popular courses is the junior veterinarian program, pictured here. Cub Creek bills itself as the only residential camp in the world with a real zoo, and also offers wildlife-themed programs such as Adopt an Animal and Water World.
less
Camp Kamaji for Girls
Who: girls ages 7-15
Where: Cass Lake, Minn.
Cost: $4,800/$8100 4 weeks/8 weeks
Photo by: Camp Kamaji

What: Plenty of camps let a girl ride her horse, but at Camp Kamji, girls can take their horses swimming. Minnesota's oldest camp for girls also offers activities like geocaching (a treasure hunt that uses GPS), windsurfing, sailing, horseback riding and rock climbing (indoors and out, including the shores of Lake Superior). Campers go on excursions such as wilderness adventures, moonlight sailing and kayaking on the Mississippi.
less
Pali Adventures
Who: ages 8-17
Where: Running Springs, Calif.
Cost: $1,300-$6,295
Photo by: Pali Adventures

What: Pali Adventures has a program called Girl Power Extreme Camp, which includes not only action-packed activities like high ropes, ATVs, skateboarding and self-defense, but also the gentler choices of yoga and mani-pedis. Pali Adventures also offers many other sub-camps for kids: Extreme Action, Hollywood Stunt, Flying Trapeze & Aerial Arts, Secret Agent. Perhaps more common but still exciting activities offered at this camp are archery, paintball, dirt biking and zip lines.

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