At summer camp, students can make lifelong memories, cultivate incredible friendships and discover new passions. Summer camps provide a safe place for students to explore, immerse themselves in nature and spend time growing and learning away from home.
Spending a summer away from home is an amazing opportunity. And, spending a summer at camp in the United States allows students to experience a new country and culture.
Take a look at these 4 amazing USA summer camps for youth:
USA Youth Tours- Phoenix, Arizona
USA Youth Tours is the number one youth camp in Arizona for travel, sports and education. The residential summer camp is open to students between the ages of 10 and 20 from all around the world. Campers get to immerse themselves in American culture, learning English, visiting iconic sites in Arizona and California, and engaging with their peers. They can tailor their camp experience to focus on basketball, soccer, volleyball, tennis, advanced English, or advanced computer science. USA Youth Tours’ summer camp has something for everyone! Peter Ezugwu, the camp’s founder and CEO, has been involved with youth programs for more than 20 years. He specifically designed the camp to empower, encourage and equip campers to be their very best. Contact USA Youth Tours today for more information about this life-changing cultural opportunity for students.
River Way Ranch Camp- Sanger, California
River Way Ranch Camp is a youth getaway in Sanger, California. The camp focuses on outdoor experiences for kids ages 7 to 16, giving campers the opportunity to try mini biking, horse jumping, rifle shooting at targets, archery and martial arts. Campers are separated into groups by age. The buckaroos, campers between the ages of 7 and 9, are accompanied by their counselors all times. They can create their own schedules and participate in activities tailored to their interests and abilities. Rancheros, kids ages 10, 11 and 12, design their own schedules weekly and have four activity periods each day. Seniors, campers between the ages of 13 and 16, can focus their camp experience. They can specialize in an activity such as dance, gymnastics or paintball.
Camp Marimeta- Eagle River, Wisconsin
Camp Marimeta, a girls-only overnight summer camp in Eagle River, Wisconsin. The camp has been around since 1947 and strives to help campers become empowered, independent women. Campers get to take advantage of the beautiful lake next to them, participating in water activities including boating, windsurfing, and tubing. This camp also has well-established gymnastics, aerobics, dance and yoga programs for the girls. Camp Marimeta offers 4-week and 8-week sessions. Many campers return year after year and develop a deep love and appreciation for the camp.
Silver Lake Camp- Swan Lake, New York
Silver Lake Camp offers 3, 4 and 7 week sessions for youth. Each of Silver Lake Camp’s sessions include a full-camp trip, a color war, a theater performance, a circus performance and an end-of the summer banquet. The circus program teaches campers how to juggle, walk on a tightrope and perform on the flying trapeze! Campers can also hop in the camp’s private lake or take a dip in a heated and well-lighted swimming pool. This camp is great for students who love trying out new activities, enjoy being in the water, or who have an interest in the performance arts.