15 Best Sleepaway Camps around Dallas - Kid 101

15 Best Sleepaway Camps around Dallas

Whether they are all-girls, all-boys, or coed camps, all the sleepaway camps have dozens of activities designed to make this summer one of endless fun and challenges as kids learn new skills. It’s going to be hard to pick a camp. Perhaps split you options and give kids a chance to do two different sleepaway camps!

ine Cove

Towers camp is for kids in Grades 2 to 5 is near Tyler and will have horseback riding, lots of water activities and plenty to keep them occupied. This Christian camp places its focus on counselors who will help children develop Christian values while developing social skills, confidence, and of course having lots of good clean fun on the water, in the water, and on land. Ranch Camp is for Grades 6 and 7, Timbers Camp for Grade 8 and 9, and Shores Camp for Grades 10-12, each with age-appropriate activities to ensure they have a summer to remember.

Where: 14989 County Rd 1131, Flint, TX 75762

When: May 27 to Aug 10, 2018, one or two-week sessions available.

Contact: 877-474-6326

Cost: $999 to $1,199 for one week depending on dates chosen.

Cedar Cove Ranch Summer Youth Camp

The Summer Camp is for kids aged 8 to 17 years and is comprised of 4 days and 3 nights with experiences that include outdoor explorations and hiking on the 700 acres of ranch land. There will be fishing, volleyball, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, photography, biking, UTV, archery as well as wildlife studies, orienteering, outdoor laser tag and more. Activities are designed to build independence and confidence as well as teamwork. There is a choice between boot camp and recreational camp, and there is even an option for family camp if parents want to get involved in all the fun with children over the age of 4.

Where: 14284 CR 3905, Eustace, TX 75124

When: June 21-23, and July 31-Aug 2 – youth camps. Family camp June 15-16.

Contact: 469-207-0643 or email info@CedarCoveRanch.com

Cost: $364 for 4 days and 3 nights – summer youth camp. Family camping adventures vary depending on the number of parents and siblings sharing the adventure.

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