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click to enlarge Girls of all ages can enjoy a week of fun, friendship and learning at the Girl Scouts’ Camp Four Echoes.
  • Girls of all ages can enjoy a week of fun, friendship and learning at the Girl Scouts’ Camp Four Echoes.

Camp Four Echoes: Family Camp | Bring a camp stove and enough food for your family (meals not included) to kick off the summer and participate in hiking, campfire activities and more. Offered May 25-28 and Aug. 31-Sept. 3. $60/cabin of six people. gsewni.org

Camp Spalding Leadership Camp |A faith-based leadership program for campers interested in becoming camp counselors or helping out at later summer sessions. Grades 10-12. June 16-20. Application process required; due May 22. $325. campspalding.org 731-4244

Camp Four Echoes (grades 1-3) | Themed camp sessions include "Camp Rocks!," "Best of Both Worlds," "Fun in the Sun," "Busy Bees" and "Splish Splash," offering traditional camp activities including hiking, swimming, arts and crafts, campfire songs and more. Girls entering grades 1-3 (open to non-Girl Scouts; join for $30). Sessions offered June 17-22, June 25-29, July 1-6, July 15-17 or July 18-20 and July 29-Aug. 3. $265-$405. gsewni.org 747-8091

Camp Four Echoes (grades 4-5) | Themed camp sessions include "Art on the Lake," "Campfire Cafe," "Night Owls," "Camper Sampler," and more. Camps offer traditional activities including swimming, arts and crafts, hiking and games. Girls entering grades 4-5 (open to non-Girl Scouts; become a member for $30). Sessions offered weekly from June 17-Aug. 9. $305-$405. gsewni.org

Camp Four Echoes (grades 6-8) | Themed sessions include "Just Chill," "Flambe & Fricassee," "Showtime," "Intro to Sails" and more. Camps include traditional activities such as swimming, boating, hiking, arts and crafts and more. Girls entering grades 6-8 (open to non-Girl Scouts; join for $30). Sessions offered weekly from June 17-July 20. $305-$405. gsewni.org

Camp Four Echoes (grades 7-9) | Four themed, two-week sessions offer immersive and traditional camp activities including hiking, swimming, sailing, biking, canoeing, games, team building and more. Girls entering grades 7-9 (open to non-Girl Scouts; join for $30). Sessions offered June 17-29 and July 1-12. $550-$590. gsewni.org 747-8091

Camp Reed | Experience traditional camp activities including swimming, hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, ropes courses, archery, campfires and more. Boys and girls entering grades 3-9. Weeklong sessions from June 17-Aug. 11. (Horse program/units available July 15-Aug. 4; ages 10 and up; +$25-$150.) $450-$500. campreed.org 777-9622

Camp Reed CIT Program | Four, two-week-long programs consists of a work week and a bike week, designed to provide a comprehensive youth experience in which each individual is encouraged to reach his/her full potential. Coed, entering grades 10+. Sessions offered from June 17-Aug. 11. $620-$640. campreed.org 777-9622

Camp Reed Mini Camp | Campers enjoy a three-day and two-night opportunity to experience camp under the watchful eye of counselors and junior counselors. Mini campers swim, explore the 555 and participate in traditional camp activities. Coed, entering grades 1-2. Three-day sessions from June 17-Aug. 7. $225-$245. campreed.org 777-9622

Lutherhaven: Shoshone Mountain Retreat Camp | A faith-based residential camp at Lutherhaven's second site on the north fork of the Coeur d'Alene River, offering traditional camp activities including ropes courses, campouts, floating the river, Bible study, archery and more. Grades 3-12. June 17-22. $284-$384 (payment plans available). lutherhaven.com 866-729-8372

Ross Point Baptist Camp | A faith-based camp on the Spokane River offering traditional camp activities, worship, bible studies, games, singing, prayer and more. Grades K-12. Sessions offered June 22-23 (grade 2 and below, with a parent; $28-$38); June 24-27 (grades 2-4); June 24-28 (grades 4-6), June 17-22 (grades 6-9), July 1-6 (grades 9-12). $195-$284. rosspoint.org 208-773-1655

Camp N-Sid-Sen | A faith-based (United Church of Christ) resident camp on Lake Coeur d'Alene offering traditional camp activities such as crafts, songs, water activities and more. July 8-14 (grades 10-12), July 15-18 (grades 2-4), July 15-21 (grades 5-6), July 20-22 (ages 18+), Aug. 5-11 (grades 7-9). Family sessions also offered July 29-Aug. 4 and Aug. 19-25. Work camp (all ages) June 18-21. $212-$510. n-sid-sen.org 208-689-3489

Idaho Mission Project | A camp experience designed for area youth groups working on a servant mission project. Project assignments with local organizations are based off goals and information provided by each group. Sessions offered throughout the summer; call for availability. $290/camper. twinlow.org 208-352-2671

Camp Four Echoes Leadership Sessions (CIT) | Teen girls learn skills in leadership, the outdoors and working with children that are necessarily to become future camp counselors. Girls entering grades 9-12 (open to non-Girl Scouts; join for $30). June 19-29 (CIT I), July 1-12 (Adventures in Leadership) and July 20-Aug. 9 (CIT II). $500-$590. gsewni.org

Camp Spalding | Campers ride horses, swim, boat, zipline, play team sports and more at a faith-based camp. Discovery Camp (grades 2-4), June 20-23 and Aug. 12-15; Junior Camp (grades 5-6) June 24-29 and July 22-28; Jr. High Camp (grades 7-8), July 8-14 and Aug. 5-11; Senior Camp (grades 9-12) July 1-7 and July 29-Aug. 4. $230-$475. campspalding.org 731-4244

Camp Four Echoes: Outdoor Discovery | Area Girl Scout Troops are invited to come to camp together for swim time, arts and crafts, hiking and more. Meals and camp T-shirt included. Sessions offered June 22-24, July 6-8 and July 20-22. $110/person. gsewni.org

Boy Scouts Camp Easton | Spend a week on the shores of Lake Coeur d'Alene at camp, offering activities like swimming, water-skiing, boating, sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding, hiking and more. Sessions offered June 24-Aug. 18. $165-$355. nwscouts.org/campeaston

Boy Scouts Camp Grizzly | Since 1938, this has been the home to summer adventure for countless Boy Scouts and Scout leaders. Try your hand at programs such as ATVs, shooting sports, or waterfront in the themed "Mountain Man" setting. Weekly sessions offered June 24-Aug. 4. Boys ages 11-17. $340-$355 (scholarship opportunities available). nwscouts.org 242-8231

Camp Cross | A faith-based sleepaway camp from the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane on Lake CdA offering team-building exercises, arts and crafts, swimming, hiking, campfires, worship and more. June 24-29 (grades 4-6), July 29-Aug. 3 (grades 7-9), July 8-14 (grades 8-10) and Aug. 5-12 (grades 10-12). Also includes mini-camp July 1-3 (grades 2-3) and arts camp (grades 4-9) July 22-26. $130-$420. campcross.org 624-3191

Camp Lady of the Lake | An arts camp on Lake CdA offering dance, music, storytelling and singing workshops alongside traditional camp activities. At Camp N-Sid-Sen facilities. June 24-30, for teens (12-17) and adults (18+); family camp week Aug. 19-25 ($150-$660/person). $225-$465. ladyofthelake.org 406-581-8178

Camp Lutherhaven | A faith-based resident camp on Lake Coeur d'Alene, offering traditional camp activities including ropes courses, campouts, water sports, Bible study, archery and more. 3-day and 6-day sessions for grades 1-12, from June 24-Aug. 10. $98-$394 (payment plans available). lutherhaven.com 866-729-8372

Lutherhaven: Shoshone Creek Ranch | A faith-based horseback trail riding program teaching horsemanship, leadership skills and more. Six-day sessions (grades 5-12) are offered weekly from June 24-July 27 (girls only) and July 29-Aug. 10 (coed). Junior staff ($100/week) needed for all sessions. At Shoshone Mountain Retreat. $384-$484. lutherhaven.com 866-729-8372

Spalding Pioneer Camps | A faith-based camp focusing on outdoor adventures and activities, including camping in tipis, outdoor cooking and more. June 24-30 (grades 7-8), July 1-4 (grades 2-4), July 8-14 (grades 5-6), July 15-21 (grades 9-12). $230-$450. campspalding.org 731-4244

Twinlow Elementary Camp | Young campers get a week of traditional camp activities, including Bible study, team activities, games and more. Grades 3-6. Lake Camp (June 24-29), General Camp (July 8-13), Explorers (July 29-Aug. 3) and Fish 'n' Sail (Aug. 5-10). $330-$355. twinlow.org 208-352-2671

Twinlow High School Camps | Sessions include "High School Crossfire" (July 8-12), "Watersports" (July 29-Aug. 3), and new this year, "Rock N Water" (Aug. 5-10) each offering traditional camp activities in a faith-based setting. Grades 9-12. Counselors in Training (grades 11+) is June 24-July 4. $330-$430. twinlow.org 208-352-2671

Twinlow Middle School Camps | A faith-based (United Methodist Church) camp offering traditional camp activities including archery, crafts, canoeing and more. Grades 6-8. General sessions June 24-29 and July 29-Aug. 3; watersports sessions July 8-13 and Aug. 5-10. $325-$375. twinlow.org 208-352-2671

Camp Gifford | Experience traditional camp activities including canoeing, swimming, hiking, crafts and more in a faith-based setting at the Salvation Army-operated camp serving low income children. Ages 7-17. Weekly sessions for teens and youth are offered June 25-Aug. 3. See site for session details. Cost varies based on income/eligibility. campgifford.org 233-2511

Camp Sanders | A non-denominational Christian camp exploring the outdoors and nature, with swimming, hiking, sports, crafts, music and more. Grades 3-6 (grades 7-9 can apply to be camp leaders in training). June 25-29. Family camp session June 28-July 1 (all-ages). $120-$125. campsanders.net

SOLE Teen Trek Experiences | Explore the backcountry of Northwestern Montana and Northern Idaho while learning about outdoor leadership, living and environmental awareness. Ages 14-17. Boys' sessions June 25-30 and July 16-21; girls' session July 30-Aug. 4. $675-$695/session. soleexperiences.org

Riverview Sports Camp | Athletes of all types converge at Riverview for a week of sports camps in volleyball, football, wrestling and martial arts. The camp also offers traditional camp activities like zip lining, archery, paintball, water activities and more. June 30-July 3. Prices TBA. riverviewsportscamp.com

MiVoden Cowboy Camp | A faith-based camp focusing on horsemanship, trail riding, equestrian sports, barn care and more. July 1-8 (ages 14-16), July 8-15 (ages 10-12) and July 15-22 (ages 11-13). $355. mivoden.com 242-0506

MiVoden Wakeboard Camps | Catch some air and learn how to wakeboard at a faith-based camp using the camp's special wakeboarding boat. July 1-8 and July 8-15 (ages 14-16); July 15-22 (ages 12-13). Also offered is a White Water Rafting Trip, July 22-27 (ages 14-16). $370. mivoden.com 242-0506

Twinlow Family Camp | Families of all sizes are invited to camp for a semi-structured, faith-based program of activities around the camp with lots of time on the lake. July 1-6. $75/person. twinlow.org 208-352-2671

Twinlow Primary Camp | A shorter camp stay for younger campers, offering crafts, games, swimming and faith-based learning opportunities. Grades 1-3. Sessions offered July 1-4 and July 29-Aug. 1. $155. twinlow.org 208-352-2671

Camp MiVoden | Campers experience activities from waterskiing to arts and crafts in a faith-based setting. July 1-8 (ages 11-13), July 8-15 (ages 8-10) and July 15-22 (ages 14-16). $325. mivoden.com 242-0506

Camp Cross Family Sessions | The Episcopal Diocese of Spokane's faith-based family camping retreat on Lake CdA, offering traditional camp activities, kid-free time for parents and more. Offered July 4-7 and Aug. 31-Sept. 3. $50-$150/person, based on age. campcross.org 624-3191

Lutherhaven Family Camp | Families can experience a traditional sleepaway camp together in a faith-based setting. Cabin, yurt, tent and RV camping options. July 6-8. Prices vary based on camping options. lutherhaven.com 866-729-8372

MiVoden Extreme Teen Camps | A faith-based camp for teens who want to push themselves, offering tough climbs, whitewater rafting and survival techniques. Ages 13-16. Week-long sessions offered July 8-22. $370. mivoden.com 242-0506

Camp Sweyolakan | The traditional rustic sleep-away camp, voted one of the best by Inlander readers, on Lake CdA is accessible only by boat. Campers enjoy swimming, boating, archery, outdoor activities, ropes courses, arts and crafts and more. Grades 1-12. Six week-long (Sun-Fri) sessions are offered from July 8-Aug.17. Mini-camp experience (3 day/2 night; $240) offered July 5-7. $400-$475. campfireinc.org 747-6191

Camp Sweyolakan Leadership Programs | High school juniors and seniors who wish to become future camp counselors learn leadership skills and more. Open to boys and girls entering grades 11-12. Senior CIT sessions are July 8-27; Junior CIT sessions are July 30-Aug 17. High school teens can attend camp for free by being a Camper Buddy, and assisting special needs campers. Application process/prerequisites needed. $850. campfireinc.org 747-6191

Clearwater Arts Camp | Campers focus on a chosen art form or experiment in multiple areas such as music, visual arts, drama and dance, in a faith-based setting with time for outdoor activities. Grades 7-12. July 15-21. $475. campspalding.org 731-4244

Cocolalla Lake Bible Camp | A faith-based camp program within the context of the great outdoors, offering traditional camp activities, Bible study and more. July 8-13 (ages 13-18) July 15-19 (ages 11-12), July 22-26 (ages 9-10), July 29-Aug. 2 (ages 7-8). $135-$150. clbcamp.org 208-263-3912

Lutherhaven: Shoshone Explorers | A faith-based adventure camp at Lutherhaven's second site on the Coeur d'Alene River. Float the river, hike in the Panhandle National Forest, swim in the creek, climb the natural rock wall, camp out, ride horses, zipline and more. July 15-20 (grades 8-12) and July 29-Aug. 3 (grades 6-8). $284-$384 (payment plans available). lutherhaven.com 866-729-8372

Boy Scouts Camp Cub Country | Join the fun at Cowles Scout Reservation for a week of swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, archery, BB gun shooting, arts and crafts, and more. Sessions offered July 19-22, July 26-29, Aug. 2-5. Family camp July 12-15. At Diamond Lake, Newport. $90-$145. nwscouts.org/cubcountry

Lutherhaven: Wake on the Lake | Spend the week water-skiing, wakeboarding and tubing, along with traditional overnight camp favorites, like sleeping in tents and cooking meals over the campfire. Grades 8-12. Sessions July 22-27 and July 29-Aug. 3. $334-$434 (payment plans available). lutherhaven.com 866-729-8372

MiVoden Family Camp | The whole family can attend this faith-based camp, participating in classes, evening campfire sessions and more. Sessions offered July 22-29 and Aug. 5-12. $295-$345/person. mivoden.com 242-0506

Twin Eagles Nature Overnight Camp | Campers learn wilderness skills such as making fire by friction, finding edible/medicinal plants, tracking animals, building natural shelters and more. July 22-27 (ages 10-13) and July 30-Aug 5 (ages 13-18), near Priest River, Idaho. $675-$775 (scholarships available). twineagles.org 208-265-3685

Camp Sweyolakan Family Camp | "You and Me, Kid!" lets children experience a weekend of camp activities at Camp Sweyolakan with a parent, guardian or older sibling. Meals included. July 27-29. $45/ages 4-18, $80/adult, free/ages 3 and under. campfireinc.org 747-6191

Lutherhaven: Outdoor Pursuits | Lutherhaven teams up with NIC Outdoor Pursuits to teach the basics of kayaking, Hobie-cat sailing, rock climbing and stand-up paddle boarding. Spend the mornings and evenings at Lutherhaven and the days in town on Lake Coeur d'Alene. July 29-Aug. 3 (grades 9-12) and Aug. 5-10 (grades 7-8). $419-$519. lutherhaven.com 866-729-8372

Lutherhaven Kindercamp | Children are invited to experience sleep-away camp with a family member or adult and enjoy the outdoor activities and scenery at Camp Lutherhaven. Kids ages 4-5 with an adult 18+. Aug. 3-5. $125/adult-child pair; $25 each add'l. child. lutherhaven.com 866-729-8372

Peak7 Backpacking Trip | Hike and camp by mountain lakes, trek through the woods, sleep under the stars, summit a mountain peak, share life stories, and participate in Bible conversations during a five-day backpacking trip in the North Cascades. Separate girls and boys trips offered for ages 13-17. Aug. 6-10. $305 (scholarships available). peak7.org

Cocolalla Backpacking Camp | A four-day, three-night backpacking trip in the Selkirk Crest of North Idaho, offering Bible studies, swimming, fishing, survival skills and fellowship. Ages 13-18. Aug. 8-11 and Aug. 23-26 (intermediate level hiking). $160. clbcamp.org 208-263-3912

Spalding Family Camp | The whole family can go to summer camp together and enjoy boating, barbecuing, swimming and other traditional camp activities in a faith-based setting. Aug. 15-19. Mom, Dad & Me sessions (for kids entering grades K-2; $138-$199) offered June 15-16. $60-$370/person campspalding.org 731-4244

Camp Four Echoes: Just the 2 of Us | A weekend at camp that also allows campers to bring their favorite adult guy or gal. Activities include swim time, arts and crafts, and hiking. Meals also included. Aug. 17-19. $75/person. gsewni.org

Cocolalla Family Camp | Families can enjoy a faith-based summer camp together, with swimming, canoeing, programmed activities and more. Aug. 17-19. $85/couple, plus $10/child to a max of $125, or $65/person. clbcamp.org 208-263-3912

Camp Reed Family Camp | Experience the activities and scenery of camp as a family, in your own cabin and on your own schedule. Offering waterfront activities, archery, arts and crafts, campfires and more. Aug. 23-26. campreed.org 777-9622

Spokane Valley Parks CIT Program | Teens learn skills for responsibly working with children in a day-camp setting, learning leadership and communication techniques and more. Ages 14-16. Training sessions May 16, 23 and June 6; must attend all sessions; counselor shadowing also required. The Spokane Valley Parks & Rec summer day camps run June 19-Aug. 24, at CenterPlace Regional Event Center. *Application required by April 25. $95. spokanevalley.org/citapplication 720-5408

Neverland Adventure Camp | Take an imaginary journey to Neverland with activities including a treasure hunt. Ages 3-5. June 11-15, 12:30-3 pm. At Corbin Art Center. $64. spokaneparks.org 625-6677

SGS Lower School Adventure Camp | An outdoor adventure-themed day camp offering rock climbing, hiking, geocaching, fort building and kayaking. Grades 3-5. June 11-15, 9 am-12:30 pm. At St. George's School. $150. sgs.org/summer 464-8815

Wilderness Survival Day Camp | Campers experience nature and learn skills including wilderness survival, wildlife tracking, finding wild edible plants, obtaining clean water and more. Ages 6-13. June 11-15 and July 2-6 (Sandpoint); June 18-22 and July 2-6 (Spokane); June 11-15 (CdA); all sessions meet daily, from 9 am-3 pm. $235-$285 (scholarships available). twineagles.org 208-265-3685

Airway Heights Summer Adventure Program | The annual day camps offer field trips, games, swimming, hiking, movies, crafts and more. Ages 8-13. Weekly sessions offered June 18-Aug. 24, meets Mon-Fri from 7:30 am-5:30 pm. At the Airway Heights Community Center. $95/week; $25/day. cawh.org/adventureprogram 244-4845

Boys & Girls Club Summer Power Day Camp | A 10-week summer program with a variety of life-enriching programs including, field trips, tech labs, music programs, gardening, cooking, health and fitness and much more. Lunch and snacks provided. Grades 1-12 (Separate programs for grades 1-7 and 8-12). June 18-Aug. 24, Mon-Fri from 9 am-6 pm. Extended hours offered for addtl. fee; campers must be registered club members ($20). At the Northtown and Lisa-Stiles-Gyllenhammer Club locations. $25-$50/week. bgcspokanecounty.org 489-0741


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