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ST. LOUIS SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES VIRTUAL FAIR

Below are the Online Virtual Fair Exhibitors.

Camp Agawak for Girls
  • Minocqua, WI
    715-356-5383
    Fax: 715-356-1683
    fun@agawak.com
    Contact: Christine Garcia
    Type: Ages 7-16, girls
  • Exciting overnight program with a warm family atmosphere. Campers choose from over 45 activities. Best American and International staff. Beautiful grounds and facilities
  • Camp Akeela
  • Appleton, WI
    866-680-4744
    dave@campakeela.com
    Contact: Dave Baker
    Type: Ages 9-18, coed
  • Coed 2- and 4-week overnight camp in Wisconsin where "quirky" kids thrive! Top-notch program, traditional camp activities, and a focus on social growth.
  • Camp Bear Track
  • Drasco, AR
    501-825-8222
    Fax: 501-825-8255
    oliviadowell@campbeartrack.com
    Contact: Olivia and Jack Dowell
    Type: Ages 6-16, coed
  • Christian high adventure camp in Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. ACA accredited. Awesome fellowship, fantastic modern facilities, BEST staff ever!
  • Camp Ben Frankel
  • Makanda, IL
    618-235-1614
    info@campbenfrankel.org
    Contact: Aaron Hadley
    Type: Ages 7-16, coed
  • Overnight camp for Jewish boys and girls. The charm of a small camp. The fun and excitement of a big camp! Capacity only 100.
  • Camp Birchwood for Boys
  • Grand Marais , MN
    218-388-4402
    Info@birchwoodforboys.com
    Contact: Molly Bredemus-Cullen or Patrick Cullen
    Type: Ages 7-17, boys
  • We mix traditional in camp activities with wilderness trips to teach respect for others and the wilderness. We teach skills that last a lifetime.
  • Camp Birchwood for Girls
  • Laporte, MN
    800-451-5270
    info@birchwoodforgirls.com
    Contact: Rachel & Terry Bredemus
    Type: Ages 7-17, girls
  • Located on a perfect lake in Minnesota, Camp Birchwood offers campers a variety of water sports as well all kinds fun things on land.
  • Camp Carson YMCA
  • Princeton, IN
    812-385-3597
    Fax: 812-386-1654
    campinfo@ymcacampcarson.org
    Contact: Mark Scoular
    Type: Ages 7-16, coed
  • Join campers/staff from around the country and around the world as you dive into daily adventures. Archery, Pottery, Dirtbikes, Horseback, Waterziplines, and more.
  • Camp Chippewa for Boys
  • Cass Lake, MN
    612-267-2625
    Fax: 763-575-8117
    mike@campchippewa.com
    Contact: Mike and Mary Endres
    Type: Ages 8-17, boys
  • In-camp activities and wilderness adventures promote self-confidence, resiliency, skill development, friendships and an appreciation of our wilderness setting. 75 boys makes that happen.
  • Camp Eagle Ridge
  • Mellen, WI
    414-745-3989
    kelly@campeagleridge.com
    Contact: Kelly Rossebo
    Type: Ages 7-17, coed
  • A traditional summer camp full of amazing activities AND a rich environment full of opportunities to practice leadership skills.
  • Camp Foley
  • Pine River, MN
    218-543-6161
    fun@campfoley.com
    Contact: Alli Faricy
    Type: Ages 8-16, coed
  • Foley campers grow Grit, investigate Independence on Whitefish Lake in Minnesota as they engage with each other and participate in numerous activities.
  • Camp Kamaji for Girls
  • Cass Lake, MN
    218-556-1805
    kat@kamaji.com
    Contact: Kat and Jason Nelson
    Type: Ages 7-15, girls
  • Kamaji is a place for nice girls to unplug, learn new skills, make lasting friendships and to be silly and act like a kid.
  • Camp KangaZoo
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-646-4556
    Fax: 314-646-5535
    johnson@stlzoo.org
    Contact: Jaclyn Johnson
    Type: Ages PS-12, coed
  • From the ever-popular Camp KangaZoo, to individual classes, overnights, and daytime adventures, we have just the thing for you and your family this summer!
  • Camp Kawaga
  • Minocqua, WI
    847-748-8055
    ty@kawaga.com
    Contact: Ty Simpson
    Type: Ages 7-16, boys
  • Celebrating 104 years of camping built on tradition. Focused on character building, fellowship, sportsmanship, spirit and enthusiasm. Come Learn what it means to BE KAWAGA!
  • Camp Kodiak
  • McKellar, ON
    877-569-7595
    Fax: 905-569-6045
    info@campkodiak.com
    Contact: Victoria Troke
    Type: Ages 6-18, coed
  • Integrated overnight camp for children and teens with & without LD, ADHD and high-functioning ASD. SOCIAL SKILLS PROGRAM, ACADEMIC PROGRAM, 50+ sports and activities.
  • Camp Kooch-i-ching
  • International Falls, MN
    513-772-7479
    office@campingedu.org
    Contact: JR Verkamp
    Type: Ages 8-18, boys
  • Camp Kooch-i-ching's mission is to inspire the growth of young men through fun, challenging, wilderness adventures that promote self-discovery, teamwork, and service to others.
  • Camp Lincoln/Camp Lake Hubert
  • Eden Prairie, MN
    952-922-2545
    Fax: 952-922-7149
    Stacey@lincoln-lakehubert.com
    Contact: Stacey Dyer
    Type: Ages 7-17, separate
  • Founded in 1909- Tradition, quality and excellence. 30+ land and water activities in Minnesota's pristine lake country. Easy travel from St. Louis
  • Camp Manitowa
  • Benton, IL
    314-375-6766
    campmanitowa@gmail.com
    Contact: Dan Grabel
    Type: Ages 7-15, coed
  • Camp Manitowa offers 1 and 2 week sessions, awesome counselors, amazing activities, and the best customer service in the business
  • Camp Marimeta for Girls
  • Eagle River, WI
    847-970-4386
    cj@marimeta.com
    Contact: C.J.
    Type: Ages 6-15, girls
  • Marimeta is a traditional overnight camp for girls. We offer a large variety of land and water activities including a high ropes course!
  • Camp Med-O-Lark
  • Washington, ME
    207-845-2555
    info@medolark.com
    Contact: Scott Weinstein
    Type: Ages 8-15, coed
  • Founded 1967 on Washington Lake,Maine. Coe-ed.Non-competitive.Specialty focused programming.Elective schedule-over 50 choices.Cabins with hot water bathrooms. Enriching, diverse community.Buffet meals.
  • Camp Menominee
  • Eagle River, WI
    847-306-2267
    Jason@campmenominee.com
    Contact: Jason Feldgreber
    Type: Ages 7-16, boys
  • Dynamic athletics, aquatics and outdoor education program is the foundation for a camp that truly focuses on growth and development of our campers
  • Camp Mishawaka
  • Grand Rapids, MN
    218-326-5011
    info@campmishawaka.com
    Contact: Steve Purdum
    Type: Ages 9-16, separate
  • Since 1910 a traditional camp experience. Unique blend of co-ed and gender separate in northern MN.
  • Camp Nebagamon
  • Lake Nebagamon, WI
    208-345-5544
    Fax: 208-345-5454
    adam@campnebagamon.com
    Contact: Adam Kaplan
    Type: Ages 9-15, boys
  • Camp Nebagamon is hallowed ground to thousands of boys who have attended since 1929. Located in northwestern Wisconsin, Nebagamon is a traditional boys residential camp.
  • Camp Nicolet
  • Eagle River, WI
    715-545-2522
    Jess.shannon79@hotmail.com
    Contact: Jessica Shannon
    Type: Ages 7-17, girls
  • All-girls overnight summer camp in Wisconsin featuring a free-choice activity program including waterskiing, horseback riding, sailing, drama, outdoor adventure, and more.
  • Camp North Star
  • Poland Spring, ME
    207-998-4777
    Fax: 888-817-8311
    info@campnorthstarmaine.com
    Contact: Steven and Brooke Bernstein
    Type: Ages 7-17, coed
  • 2 - 7 week sessions. 100+ activities in Athletics, Enrichment, Arts, Outdoors, and Waterfront. Beautiful 200-acre facility with 55-acre private lake
  • Camp O-AT-KA
  • Sebago, ME
    207-787-3401
    hplati@campoatka.com
    Contact: Heather Plati
    Type: Ages 8-16, boys
  • Celebrating 113 years, traditional, boys overnight camp on beautiful Sebago Lake in Southern Maine. 30+ activities in sports, arts, waterfront, boating, wilderness. Sessions: 2-7 weeks.
  • Camp Ogichi Daa Kwe
  • International Falls, MN
    513-772-7479
    office@campingedu.org
    Contact: Kathy Dix
    Type: Ages 8-18, girls
  • Ogichi Daa Kwe's mission is to empower the strong spirits of young women through wilderness tripping and lifelong community.
  • Camp Pegnita
  • Kirkwood, MO
    314-822-2601
    camppegnita@villadimaria.org
    Contact: Jeremy Lang
    Type: Ages 5-14, coed
  • Camp Pegnita is an old-fashioned day camp that gives the feel of away camp. Activities include archery, art, sports, campfires, cooking, hiking, and nature.
  • Camp Taum Sauk
  • Lesterville, MO
    314-993-1655
    Fax: 314-993-1655
    taumsauk@gmail.com
    Contact: Nick Smith
    Type: Ages 8-15, coed
  • Co-ed overnight camp with a fun-filled family atmosphere. Full range of activities including horseback riding, canoeing, caving, ropes course, creative arts and more.
  • Camp Timberlane for Boys
  • Woodruff, WI
    520-477-7531
    mike@camptimberlane.com
    Contact: Mike Cohen
    Type: Ages 8-15, boys
  • A warm, non-competitive atmosphere in Wisconsin's Northwoods. Individual choice of water activities including waterskiing, land sports & activities, & multiple wilderness treks. 3:1 ratio.
  • Camp Wartburg
  • Waterloo, IL
    618-939-7715
    Fax: 618-939-6288
    robert_polansky@lcfs.org
    Contact: Bob Polansky
    Type: Ages K-12, coed
  • Located 30 miles from St. Louis, offering a variety of programs and activities for all interests.
  • Camp Weloki for Girls
  • Chesterfield, MO
    636-530-1883
    Fax: 636-530-0039
    Director@campweloki.com
    Contact: Maddie Cofer
    Type: Ages 8 - 17, girls
  • We offer amazing experiences in leadership and self awareness at weeklong camps in Missouri. Girls learn important lifelong skills while making deeper connections and friends.
  • Camp Westminster
  • Town and Country, MO
    314-997-2900
    campwestminster@wcastl.org
    Contact: Abby Karsten
    Type: Ages K-9, coed
  • Camp Westminster in St. Louis offers a variety of half- and full-day summer camps for boys and girls, grades K-9, in June.
  • Camp Whitfield
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-434-5141
    Fax: 314-434-6193
    meredith.schuh@whitfieldschool.org
    Contact: Meredith Schuh
    Type: Ages K-8, coed
  • Camp Whitfield is where campers in grades K-8 participate in activities centered on technology, arts and crafts and sports and games.
  • Challenger Learning Center Summer Space Adventures
  • Ferguson, MO
    314-521-6205
    Fax: 314-524-3764
    info@clcstlouis.org
    Contact: Tasmyn Front
    Type: Ages 8+, coed
  • Our innovative and immersive programs will ignite your kids' interest in math, science and technology - all while having fun!
  • Chaminade Summer Academy
  • Saint Louis, MO
    314-993-4400
    Fax: 314-993-4403
    dkarcher@chaminade-stl.org
    Contact: Dr. Dan Karcher
    Type: Ages grades 3-12, boys
  • Chaminade offers sports and enrichment programs for students entering grades 3-12. Basketball, lacrosse, Minecraft, writing, drama, and band are popular choices.
  • Cheer Midwest Spirit Camp
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-616-8308
    Kellymartin5@mac.com
    Contact: Kelly Martin
    Type: Ages k-6, coed
  • Calling all cheerleaders! This cheerleading camp teaches all aspects of cheerleading including cheers, chants, jumps, and motion technique.
  • Cheley Colorado Camps
  • Denver, CO
    303-377-3616
    Fax: 303-377-3605
    shawn@cheley.com
    Contact: Shawn Ness
    Type: Ages 7-17, separate
  • Cheley is an outdoor adventure, youth development-focused camp. Featuring: hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, outcamping, rafting, rock climbing, sports, SUP, mountain biking, crafts, riflery and more!
  • Chess Summer Camp - Saint Louis Chess Club
  • Saint Louis, MO
    314-243-3069
    Fax: 314-361-5465
    scholastics@saintlouischessclub.org
    Contact: Kareem Talhouni
    Type: Ages K-12, coed
  • Chess Summer Camp taught by Grandmasters and certified Scholastic Instructors for all skill levels and ages. Day camps and residential options available. Please inquire.
  • Chesterfield Day School
  • Chesterfield, MO
    314-469-6622
    jwatson@chesterfielddayschool.org
    Contact: Julie Watson
    Type: Ages PK-6, coed
  • CDS camps feature hands-on themes developed and taught by experienced educators. Available to students age 18 months- Sixth Grade.
  • Circus Harmony
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-436-7676
    Fax: 314-436-7676
    circusday@circusharmony.org
    Contact: Jessica Hentoff
    Type: Ages 8-15, coed
  • Run away and join the circus but still be home in time for dinner! Campers learn circus skills and perform at City Museum!
  • Clearwater Camp for Girls
  • Minocqua, WI
    715-356-5030
    Fax: 715-356-3124
    info@clearwatercamp.org
    Contact: Liz Baker
    Type: Ages 8-16, girls
  • Since 1933, Clearwater has enriched girls' lives through quality programs. Caring, well-chosen counselors are committed to young people in a non-competitive traditional camp. ACA accredited.
  • Climb So iLL
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-621-1700
    yusuf@climbsoill.com
    Contact: Yusuf Daneshyar
    Type: Ages All, coed
  • Climb So iLL's summer camp engages climbers by providing supervised games and instruction. These activities teach problem solving skills and help young people gain confidence!
  • COCA
  • Saint Louis, MO
    314-725-6555
    Fax: 314-725-6222
    sflanigan@cocastl.org
    Contact: Shawna Flanigan
    Type: Ages 3-18, coed
  • At COCA, kids and teens express themselves through dance, drama, sculpture, songwriting, videography and more. Full- or half-day weeklong camps are taught by professional artists.
  • College Nannies, Sitters and Tutors
  • St. Peters, MO
    636-926-2681
    tbeyers@collegenannies.com
    Contact: Taylor Beyers
    Type: Ages 0-25, coed
  • We provide full and part time nannying services as well as date night sitter services and tutoring for all ages.
  • Colvig Silver Camps
  • Durango, CO
    970-247-2564
    Fax: 970-247-2547
    office@colvigsilvercamps.com
    Contact: Clay Colvig
    Type: Ages 7-17, coed
  • Combining tradition and innovation with wilderness adventure to inspire fun and whole-person growth through strong connection with ourselves, each other, and our surroundings.
  • Community Camps
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-991-0005
    Fax: 314-991-1512
    erudolph@communityschool.com
    Contact: Eve Rudolph
    Type: Ages 3-12, coed
  • Community School's beautiful 16-acre campus is the setting for a variety of programs including arts (STAGES St. Louis), academics (FUNdamentals), and plain old summer fun, with Play Camp for ages 3-5, and an exciting line-up of mini camps, including Ninja Obstacle Course, Yoga, Chess and many more!
  • Community Music School of Webster University
  • Webster Groves, MO
    314-968-5939
    cms@webster.edu
    Contact: Leslie Wobbe
    Type: Ages 6 mos - 18, coed
  • Join us for a music-filled summer! String, band, flute, chamber music, composition and Kindermusikļƒ¢ camps as well as individual lessons are available.
  • Countryside Montessori school
  • Creve Couer, MO
    314-434-2821
    Fax: 314-434-8783
    jmhanser@aol.com
    Contact: Jenifer Hanser
    Type: Ages 1-6, coed
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  • Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design Summer Camps
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-725-1177
    Fax: 314-725-2068
    luanne.rimel@craftalliance.org
    Contact: Luanne Rimel
    Type: Ages 4-18, coed
  • Creative art camps for children and teens. Hot glass, pottery wheel, metal jewelry, drawing, 3D printing, digital photo, and more. Teen intern opportunities, artist instructors.
  • Cub Creek Science Camp
  • Rolla, MO
    573-458-2125
    marketing@bearriverranch.com
    Contact: Ari Farley
    Type: Ages 7-17, coed
  • For Animal Lovers! Home to 300+ exotic animals. Jr. Vet, Archery, Survival Skills, Challenge Course, Crafts & more.
  • Cultural Leadership
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-725-3222
    hdavison@culturalleadership.org
    Contact: Hannah Davison
    Type: Ages 12-17 (rising 7th-11tth graders), coed
  • Cultural Leadership is an educational enrichment and leadership program. Participants learn about societal inequities, develop leadership skills, build relationships, facilitate dialogues, and create change.
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