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Gold Arrow Camp

A non-competitive, traditional summer camp for children.

Location:

On Huntington Lake, Sierra National Forest, California

Ages:

6-14

Gender:

coed

Season:

June 24 - August 25, 2007

Capacity:

260

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Gold Arrow Camp is located on Huntington Lake in California’s beautiful Sierra National Forest.  Since 1933, boys and girls ages 6 to 14 have enjoyed a fun, traditional, non-competitive camp program that promotes building friendships and social skills.  More than 20 outdoor activities are offered, including: water-skiing, sailing, rockclimbing, horseback riding, archery, high ropes course, arts and crafts, wakeboarding, kayaking, and more!  Our caring, fun, and nurturing counselors help provide a wonderful environment for campers.  Two, three and four week sessions are offered throughout the summer.  Special one-week programs are offered for first time campers ages 6 -10.  Our commitment to building relationships in a fun camp atmosphere is unparalleled.  Gold Arrow Camp is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) and is a member of the Western Association of Independent Camps (WAIC). 

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