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Appalachian Mountain Club’s Teen Wilderness Adventures

Explore the spectacular White Mountains of northern New Hampshire and western Maine, and Now in the Delaware Water Gap area on 5-22 day long wilderness trips for teens ages 12-18. Backpack, canoe, kayak, mountain bike, and rock climb with small groups and Quality instructors through some of the most amazing wildlands on the East Coast!

Gender: Coed
Age: Teens
Type: Over Night Camp
Ph: (603) 466-2727

National Camp Association

National Camp Association has recommended the highest quality summer camps to families worlwide for nearly 25 years. They provide free, personalized, guidance and referrals to sleepaway programs. These include: general, sports, teen, travel, academic, weight-loss, special needs, and community service. Online services: camp referrals, job opportunities, camp supplies, and more, at

Contact info: Jeffrey Solomon, Executive Director
610 Fifth Ave.
NY, NY 10185
Ph: 800-966-2267

NH Camp Directors Association

The NH Camp Directors’ Association is an inclusive organization that represents NH licensed day, resident, agency, federation, non-profit and private camps, whose goal is to provide safe & superb camping in NH. Please visit our website at to learn more and request our 2005 directory.

Ages: Childrens, Teens, and Adults
Ph: (800)549-2267

School of Cinema and Performing Arts

The world’s premier visual and performing arts camp for teens (14-18) and youth (11-13), SOCAPA offers summer programs in Filmmaking, Acting for Film, Urban Dance, Music Video, and Photography. Day or residential programs ranging in length from two to six weeks, and campuses in New York City, Hollywood and the Berkshires, MA.

Contact info: Sarah Zima
374 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 11205
Ph: (800) 718-2787
Fax: (646) 536-8725

Summer in Switzerland (at Leysin American School)

Summer in Switzerland (SIS), and international experience in the Alps, offer students aged 9-19 academics, recreational activities, and cultural excursions with morning classes and activities during afternoons and evenings. Specialized programs include Theater International and Leadership Adventure. One week tours also offered to France, Italy, and the English Theater district.

Contact info: Chris Pryor

Leysin, Switzerland
Ph: (888) 642-4142
Fax: (603) 431-1280