2022 Camp Information: Outside camps | Native Information

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WHO: rising first class and older

WHAT: Campers can swim, canoe, fish, and worship at this Christian camp.

WHERE: Refugee Camp, 1380 Lower Field Road, Ayden

WHO: Ascending first to ascending sixth grade

WHAT: Campers will experience times of mission, music, games and quiet moments at this Christian camp.

WHEN: 9.00-16.30 6.-10. June

WHERE: Refugee Camp, 1380 Lower Field Road, Ayden

CREATION ADVENTURE OVERNIGHT CAMP

WHO: ascending fourth to ascending eighth grade

WHAT: Campers will hike, swim, canoe, fish, and have times of worship at this Christian camp that includes an overnight tent trip where campers will experience cooking over a fire.

WHERE: Refugee Camp, 1380 Lower Field Road, Ayden

WHO: Ascending first grade to ascending sixth grade (day camp); ascending third and older (overnight camp)

WHAT: Campers can hike, swim, canoe, fish, and worship at this Christian camp.

WHEN: 9.00-16.30 20.-24. June, 11-15 July or 1st-5th August (day camp includes optional overnight stay on Thursday); 19-24 June or 10-15 July (overnight)

WHERE: Refugee Camp, 1380 Lower Field Road, Ayden

COSTS: $250 per week for day camps; $495 for overnight camps

EXPLORE KAYAKING FOR BEGINNERS

WHAT: Campers learn the basic techniques of kayaking including water safety, paddle strokes, parts of the boat, boat orientation and water reclamation skills.

WHEN: 2-5 p.m. 15-17 June, 22-24 June, 13-15 July, 20-22 July 3-5 August or 10-12 August

WHAT: Campers learn how to take care of goats or lambs and show them in competition.

WHEN: 8:30-11:00 (goats) or 13:00-16:00 (lambs) 11.-15. July

WHERE: Pitt County Fairgrounds

CONTACT: Lauren Dail, Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development, at 902-1712 or email [email protected]

WHAT: The recreational camp includes themed classes, crafts, storytelling and outdoor experiences.

WHEN: 9am-12pm 13-17 June, 21-24 June, June 27-June 1 July 11-15 July, 18-22 July, 25-29 July 1-5 August

WHERE: River Park North, 1000 Mumford Road

COSTS: $55 per week for city residents, $70 for others (discount for the week of June 20)

SIGN UP: Register at a staffed recreation and park facility or online at www.greenvillenc.gov. A non-refundable deposit of $25 applied to the registration fee is required.

SMALL WASHINGTON SAILING SCHOOL

WHAT: Campers learn to sail. No boating experience is required, but students must be able to swim to participate.

WHERE: 124 Market Street, Washington, NC

WHEN: 9am-4pm Monday-Friday from June 27th-Aug. 13

WHAT: The recreation camp includes outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, canoeing, pedal boating, nature games, natural history and camping

WHEN: 9am-3pm (overnight camping Thursday; camp ends at 9am Friday) 13-17 June, 21-24 June, June 27-June 1 July 11-15 July

WHERE: River Park North, 1000 Mumford Road

COSTS: $70 per week for city residents, $100 for others (discount for the week of June 20)

SIGN UP: Register at a staffed recreation and park facility or online at www.greenvillenc.gov. A non-refundable deposit of $25 applied to the registration fee is required.

WHO: ascending sixth to eighth grade

WHAT: Campers learn kayaking skills while exploring Contentnea Creek and exploring the science behind this popular outdoor activity.

WHEN: 8.00-17.00 18.-21. July

WHERE: North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, 949 Contentnea Lane, Grifton

COSTS: $150 (shuttle service available from downtown Greenville for a fee of $25)

WHAT: The recreation camp includes outdoor activities such as javelin throwing, primitive fire making, outdoor cooking, boating, fishing, nature games and camping.

WHEN: 9am-3pm (overnight camping session Thursday; camp ends at 9am Friday) 18-22 July, 25-29 July and 1-5 August

WHERE: River Park North, 1000 Mumford Road

COSTS: $75 per week for city dwellers, $105 for others.

SIGN UP: Register at a staffed recreation and park facility or online at www.greenvillenc.gov. A non-refundable deposit of $25 applied to the registration fee is required.

WHAT: Campers will experience a week of missions, group ministry and worship at this Christian camp.

WHEN: 12.-17. June or 24-29 July

WHERE: Refugee Camp, 1380 Lower Field Road, Ayden

WHAT: Campers learn outdoor survival skills including javelin throwing, making fires and building shelters.

WHEN: 9.00-15.00 5.-8. July (overnight camping session Thursday; camp ends at 9.00am Friday)

WHERE: River Park North, 1000 Mumford Road

COSTS: $60 per week for city dwellers, $80 for others.

SIGN UP: Register at a staffed recreation and park facility or online at www.greenvillenc.gov. A non-refundable deposit of $25, which counts towards the registration fee, is required.

WITHOUT SHAME: BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW CAMP

WHAT: Campers attend sessions designed to teach them how to defend their Christian faith while participating in swimming, fishing, canoeing, and other activities.

WHERE: Refugee Camp, 1380 Lower Field Road, Ayden