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Camp Location: 3675 Oak Hill Rd, Peninsula, Ohio, 44264, United States
Ages: 10-18
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Overnight
Session dates: June 17-August 10
Cost (range): $215-$425
Contact Person: Chelsea Cohen- Camp Coordinator
Phone: 800-642-3297 ext 107
Fax: 330-657-2058
Mailing Address:
3675 Oak Hill Rd
Peninsula, Ohio, 44264
United States
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Camp's Description

Experience Summer Camp in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.  Why not send your child to summer camp in a national park?  Too far away or too expensive you say?  Not when the national park is right here in Ohio! And the programs are exactly what you would expect to find in a national park related facility – exceptional and outstanding!

Have your child explore the performing arts… learn from National Park Service rangers…. become actors and perform on nature’s stage…wrestle with difficult environmental issues…discover Ohio’s rich diversity of wildlife. These camps are much more than just crafts & games.

Your child will learn new skills, grow in self-confidence and heighten their creativity all while having a great time in a safe, caring, and child-centered environment.

 ‘A Unique Mix’

The Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Center offers a unique mix of overnight summer camp program for children entering grades 3 through 12. Our camps focus on hands-on encounters and emersions with the arts or natural sciences.

Each week we partner with talented art and science organizations to offer unique programs and opportunities. Our summer 2007  partners include The Magical Theatre Company, SAFMOD Performing Arts Ensemble, Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence, the Ohio Division of Wildlife, area science teachers, and of course the National Park Service.

All camps are managed by the Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association, the primary non-profit partner of Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

For more information about camp sessions, dates, facilities, and fees, please visit our website


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