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8IZMV\ 2017 Summer Camp Preview
$35 registra on fee. Details:
Call 541-276-2752 or visit
Camp Tamarack, near
Sisters. Five-day camp for
ages 8-13 runs in mul ple
sessions, July 16 through
Aug. 25. These co-ed camps
encompass typical camp
experiences such as arts
and cra s, water fun, team
sports, woodworking and
more. Cost: $475. A Type 1
Diabetes Camp is also oﬀ ered July
9-13. Diabetes Camp includes tradi-
onal camp experiences while help-
ing children manage their diabetes
with the supervision of counselors,
nurses and doctors. Cost is $325.
Details: Call 541-633-9847 or visit
registra on packet is available on-
NBC Basketball Camp, U.S.
Sports Camps. Extended day or
sleepover at Eastern Oregon Univer-
sity in La Grande. Complete Player
Camp (co-ed), ages 9-18, runs July
5-8. $420 for extended day or $470
for overnight. Girls’ high school
camps (team or advanced skills) run
June 26-30. Boys’ high school camps
(team or advanced) run July 10-14.
High school camps (age 13-18) focus
on skill level, conﬁ dence, chemis-
try, and overall unity. High School
Team Camp is $435; High School
Team/Advanced Skills Camp is $495.
Details: 1-800-406-3926 or online
NIKE Junior Golf Camps, U.S.
Sports Camps. These overnight
reading, shelter con-
struc on, knot tying
and campﬁ re cooking.
Cost: $395 per week.
For details and online
registra on visit www.
golf camps for both boys and girls
from 10 to 18 are oﬀ ered in sev-
eral loca ons in the Northwest and
include golf instruc on, course play,
meals, housing and evening ac vi-
es. In Oregon, camps are held in
Redmond, Portland, and Eugene.
Redmond camps are slated for July
25-29 (Tues.-Sat.) or Aug. 6-10 (Sun.-
Thurs.) at Eagle Crest Resort; cost:
$950. For details and camp loca-
ons, search the interac ve map
Nike Swim Camp, U.S. Sports
Camps. Whitman College, Walla
Walla, Aug. 6-9. Cost for overnight
campers: $555. See lisƟ ng under
Northwest Youth Corps, Eugene.
Weeklong (Sunday to Saturday)
Northwest Adventures camps
for co-ed youth ages 12 to 15 are
oﬀ ered from July 9 through Au-
gust 26. Camps begin and end at
Northwest Service Corps in Eugene.
These camps focus on learning the
basics of Leave No Trace camping.
Par cipants will learn outdoor skills
like camping, map and compass
Oregon Museum of
Science and Industry
(OMSI). OMSI of-
fers camps across the
Northwest for campers
from kindergarten through high
school, even family camps. Camps
vary widely in length and cost, some
include hiking and wilderness camp-
ing. Teens can work on a coastal
documentary ﬁ lm or backpack in
the Canadian Rockies or Olympic
Na onal Park. Residen al camps of-
fer Oregon Coast explora on, teach
desert survival skills, astronomy,
and paleontology. For a searchable
list covering all of OMSI’s oﬀ erings,
Trackers PDX, Portland. Camps
oﬀ ers a large variety of specialty
co-ed camps for youth, grades 5-12.
Overnight camps are held near
Sandy. Most of these camps are
six-day (Sunday to Friday) and cost
$615 and up. Trackers PDX oﬀ ers
unique camping experiences such
as role playing, chef-in-training,
Cascade Survival Expedi on, and
farm and folk cra . Longer excur-
sion camps to the San Juan Islands
and fossil hun ng are also oﬀ ered.
For details and to register visit www.
camps.php or call the camp oﬃ ce at
Windells Camp at Mount Hood.
Weeklong camps run June 16
through Aug. 12. Campers with a
passion for skateboarding, skiing,
snowboarding or BMX will ﬁ nd just
what they’re looking for. These
residen al camps for boys and girls
from 9 to 20 aren’t cheap, star ng
at about $2,000. But they are all-in-
clusive, with meals, lodging, equip-
ment, and pick-up at PDX airport, if
needed. Safe prac ce is emphasized
on Windells’ impressive ski and
skate courses. For dates, prices and
more info, visit www.windells.com.
RecTennis Summer Camp, U.S.
Tennis Associa on. Camp runs from
8 a.m. to noon, June 19 to Aug.
18 (no camp on July 4). This new
version of summer tennis camp
involves USTA-trained instructors,
age-appropriate equipment and
games to energize children from 6