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Type: Profit
Category: Camp
State / Province: CO
The mission of Avid4 Adventure is to provide kids and teens with the skills and confidence to choose active outdoor lifestyles.  We transport campers to authentic local recreation areas and teach them to climb, bike, paddle, hike and thrive in the outdoors.

Type: Non-Profit
Category: Camp
State / Province: WY
Teton Valley Ranch Camp was founded in 1939 and since inception, has offered an authentic western experience to children ages 11-16 from across the country.

Type: Non-Profit
State / Province: MI
Since 1904 Hayo-Went-Ha Camps has offered single gender summer camping for boys on Torch Lake, Michigan.  In the early 1990's Camp Arbutus Hayo-Went-Ha for girls was established on Arbutus Lake near Traverse City.  In 1981 a co-ed Environmental Education program was established and the Fall-Winte

Type: Non-Profit
State / Province: MT
MWS provides empowering multi-week backcountry expeditions for youth ages 14-18 on wild rivers and public lands in Montana.

Type: Non-Profit
State / Province: WA
YMCA Camp Orkila is one of two summer camps operated by the YMCA of Greater Seattle. Camp Orkila is located on Orcas Island (about 3 hours north of Seattle) in Washington State's beautiful San Juan Islands.

Type: Profit
State / Province: ON
Evolve Tours organizes experiential outdoor student tours to destinations around the globe. Our outdoor tours in Central, South & North America often include stays at remote eco lodges, adventure activities, and hands-on experiential education. 

Type: Non-Profit
State / Province: MT
Montana Conservation Corps is a nonprofit organization that empowers youth and young adults through hands-on conservation service and education.

Type: Non-Profit
State / Province: WA
Established in 1905, Camp Seymour is located near Gig Harbor, WA on 150 forested acres with hiking trails and one half mile of saltwater shoreline on a protected estuary with river otters, bald eagles, salmon, seals, and great blue herons.