Camp Illahaw - St. Cloud Florida - Information, Reviews, Ratings
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Camp Illahaw

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Camp Location: St. Cloud, Florida, United States
Ages: 10 to 15 years old
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
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Cost (range): $500 - $1,000 a week
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Phone: 407-957-9794
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Seeking Summer Fun and Adventure? Are you age 10-15? Then sign up for a week of Adventure with us and our horses at Camp Illahaw. You'll have hours of fun and adventure with horses, hours with other animals and nature adventures, creative time, time for games and sports, and plenty of good food. Great new activities for 2008 include Skeet Shooting, MythBusting (bringing some of the TV shows experiments to summer camp), Kayaking and more. You'll make new friends and have lots of adventure stories to take back to your old friends. One or more of your new friends will have four legs -- with hooves on the ends of them! Forever Florida is SE of Orlando, 7.5 miles south of Holopaw on U.S. Highway 441. (Holopaw is a little community between Melbourne and St. Cloud on U.S. 192.) This seven-day, six-night camp is sponsored by the Allen Broussard Conservancy, a 501(C)3 Florida Not-for-Profit Scientific Organization. Wildlife Encounters Our Camp Director has a wildlife license to keep many exotic animals for educational purposes. Animals include cougars, skunks, porcupines, alligators, snakes and much, much more. Interact with wildlife from around the world in a hands-on learning with environment. Horse Activities Trailriding Arena Games Arena Skills Ranch Skills Games and Activities Archery/Shooting Low-Ropes Course Biking and Hiking Arts & Crafts Field Sports Tracking Outdoor Survival and much more Nature Adventures Take a Coach Safari through the old woods of natural Florida. Nature activities include star gazing, swamp walks, nature walks and nature identification.

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The website is very nice but the camp isn't! August 15, 2012
Reviewer: Desertflora from Orlando, FL
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My son went to this camp July 2012. It was a 7 day over night camp. The website and the pictures on the site looking nothing like it is when you get there. It's dirty, not much equipment, and not many activities. When we got there the counselor said they wouldn't be able to do the Kayaking or tug of war because of the alligator in their small pond. My son was there for 3 days and all they did was walk for hours in the hot sun and play in the swamp or watch movies. I picked him up when he was allowed to call me which was 3 days later. He had a fever and was bullied since he got there by an older child.
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