A Week in the Life of CA Camps

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Sailing Camp

The ultimate sailing camp for beginners to advanced sailors. The session begins with basic sailing techniques such as rigging the boat, tacking, jibing, docking, beaching, and safety procedures on our JY15 and Sunfish sailboats. Campers are taught by experienced instructors on Lake Kittamaqundi and also travel to Baltimore’s harbor where they sail with experts from Get Away Sailing. The novice sailors camp out at a local campground on the second Thursday of the 2-week session.

When they are not on the water, campers may also have the opportunity to sail on a Skipjack in Annapolis, visit sailing and nautical museums, swim at local swim parks and learn about the environment where we sail. For more information, visit columbiacamps.org

Jungle Land Fun Camp

Jungle land fun camp is our fun filled three week camp for 3.5-5 year olds. We provide a safe and secure environment for young children to explore their social skills in free time, fine motor skills during creative time, and gross motor skills through non-competitive sports and games. Recreational swimming is provided daily Want more information? Visit columbiacamps.org.

Camp Discovery

Parents, did your children love Nature Camp but are now too old? Kids, do you enjoy being outside and challenging yourself? Camp Discovery is the camp that you have been looking for! Each session is packed with fun filled day trips to outdoor recreational activities. Activities may include hiking up a waterfall, rock climbing, canoeing on a lake, tubing down a river and swimming in a stream. Once a session, there is an overnight trip with tents, a campfire and all the S’mores you can eat! Our goal is to introduce unique and challenging activities while teaching skills in leadership, teamwork, and problem solving. New this year: Campers will explore historical sites in combination with their daily and overnight schedule. More information at columbiacamps.org.

Access to Nature Camp

Access to Nature is a specially designed inclusion program for campers with disabilities that offers modified versions of all Nature Camp activities, including canoeing, archery, sports, crafts, swimming and more. Access to Nature provides children with varying degrees of intellectual, physical, and/or social disabilities with an opportunity to try new things and enjoy summer camp. For more information on Access to Nature camp, please visit columbiacamps.org



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