Wyoming Summer Camp Guide 2019

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Wyoming Camp List

Preschool-Age Camps

Axis Gymnastics Preschool Camp
Ages: 3 to 6
Dates: June 17-August 30, 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
Activities: gymnastics, parkour, big air, and themed camps
Contact: axisgymnastics.com; info@axisgymnastics.com; 307.732.2947

Dancers’ Workshop Kinder Class
Ages: 3 to 6
Dates: June 24-August 2
Activities: variety of dance disciplines, creative movement, choreography, visual art, and more
Contact: dwjh.org; info@dwjh.org; 307.733.6398

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Kids Ranch Summer Day Camp
Ages: 3 to 6
Dates: June 10-August 30, 9:00 a.m-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday; weeklong, daily drop-in camps
Activities: pop-jet water fountains, scenic tram rides, nature walks, outdoor safety, arts and science activities, slip-and-slide, playground play
Contact: jacksonhole.com/mountain-sports-school/summer-programs; kidsranch@jacksonhole.com or info@jacksonhole.com; 307.739.2788

Montessori School of the Tetons Summer Art Camp
Ages: 2 ½ to 6
Dates: June 19-August 28, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday; full and half days
Activities: Montessori lessons, artist studies, art projects, field trips
Contact: tetonmontessori.com; tetonmontessori@gmail.com; 307.734.2747

Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole JOY Summer Camp
Ages: 3 to 5
Dates: June 25-August 23, 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday (before and after care available)
Activities: outdoor fun through arts and crafts, silly science and nature time, adventure games, balance bikes, singing, adventures to national forests and national parks
Contact: pcjh.org/joysummercamp; Dylan Wade at dwade@pcjh.org; 307.734.0388, ext.103

Pumpkin Patch Preschool Summer Camp
Ages: 2 to 6
Dates: June-August, 9:00 a.m.-noon or 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
Activities: group games, gardening, cooking, arts and crafts, science experiments, yoga, dramatic play, dance, nature discovery, gymnastics, lawn sports, music, and lots of fresh air
Contact: jhpumpkinpatch.com; kim@jhpumpkinpatch.com; 307.733.1759

Teton Science Schools Kindergarten Camp
Ages: 4 to 6
Dates: June 24-August 1, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays; 2-week sessions
Activities: free play, hands-on nature exploration, water-based activities, nature art, hiking
Contact: tetonscience.org/summer; registrar@tetonscience.org; 307.734.3707

Teton Science Schools Preschool Camp
Ages: 3 to 5
Dates: June 24-August 2, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; weeklong day camps
Activities: nature-based exploration, fort building, music, art, tracking, water-based activities
Contact: tetonscience.org/summer; registrar@tetonscience.org; 307.734.3707

Teton Science Schools Toddler Camp
Ages: 24 to 36 months
Dates: July 2-25, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays; weeklong day camps
Activities: nature-based exploration, painting, sand, water, clay, music, drawing
Contact: tetonscience.org/summer; registrar@tetonscience.org; 307.734.3707

Elementary-Age Camps

Camp Invention
Ages: entering grades 1 to 5
Dates: June 24-28, 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at Colter Elementary
Activities: science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) programs that foster curiosity and innovative thinking
Contact: invent.org; 800.968.4332

Camp Teton Pines
Ages: 4 to 9
Dates: July 1-August 9, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (before and after care available); full-week and half-week options
Activities: swimming, golf, tennis, yoga, arts and crafts, group games, food fun, science projects, STEAM challenges
Contact: kecamps.com; info@kecamps.com; 877.671.2267  

Jackson Hole Children’s Museum Camp
Ages: pre-K through grade 6
Dates: tbd (see website for details)
Activities: summer camps and drop-off programming where kids discover and learn about the world through fun and creative explorations
Contact: jhchildrensmuseum.org; hatilie@jhchildrensmuseum.org; 307.733.3996

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Grand Adventure Camp
Ages: 8 to 12
Dates and times: June 10-August 30, 9:00 a.m-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday; weeklong or daily drop-ins
Activities: drop tower, rock climbing, bungee trampoline, hiking, aerial adventure course, archery, scenic tram rides, pathway biking, arts and science activities
Contact: jacksonhole.com/mountain-sports-school/summer-programs; kidsranch@jacksonhole.com or info@jacksonhole.com; 307.739.2788

JH Jewish Community Spirit of the Mountains Summer Day Camp
Ages: entering grades K to 6
Dates: July 15-19 and July 22-26
Activities: swimming, singing, games, cooking, art, exploration opportunities, overnight experience (for older children)
Contact: jhjewishcommunity.org; info@jhjewishcommunity.org; 307.734.1999

Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole JOY Summer Camp
Ages: entering grades 1 to 5
Dates: June 25-August 23, 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (before and after care available), Monday-Friday
Activities: outdoor fun through arts and crafts, silly science and nature time, adventure games, balance bikes, singing, adventures to national forests and national parks
Contact: pcjh.org/joysummercamp; Dylan Wade at dwade@pcjh.org; 307.734.0388, ext. 103

Shepherd of the Mountains Lutheran Church Summer Camp
Ages: age 4 to entering grade 6 (older ages welcome as helpers)
Dates and times: see website for dates, 8:30 a.m.-noon
Activities: nondenominational-themed Bible camp with Bible adventures, singing, team-building games, science gizmos, snacks, and collectable Bible memory buddies
Contact: sotmlc.org; thobbs6@hotmail.com; 307.733.4382

Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Camp Jackson
Ages: entering grades 1 to 6
Dates: June 17-August 23, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
Activities: exploring Grand Teton National Park, hiking, swimming, biking, arts and crafts, sports, and more
Contact: tetonparksandrec.org; cmccollum@tetonwyo.org; 307.732.5756

Teton Science Schools Elementary Camp
Ages: entering grades 1 to
Dates: June 17-August 16, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; weeklong day camps
Activities: hands-on science exploration, hiking, canoeing, camping, water exploration, service projects, wildlife studies, survival skills, nature art, leadership, challenge course
Contact: tetonscience.org/summer; registrar@tetonscience.org; 307.734.3707

Teton Slow Food Farming and Cooking Camp
Ages: entering grades 3 to 5
Dates: July 8-12, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
Activities: outdoor farming in Jackson, outdoor cooking with farm-fresh food, field trips to food destinations
Contact: tetonslowfood.org; ashley@tetonslowfood.org

Wilderness Adventures Base Camp
Ages: entering grades 1 to 6
Dates: June 17-August 23 (closed week of July 4), 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (before and after care available)
Activities: base camp at Snow King Mountain Resort includes hiking, arts and crafts, field games, and adrenaline-filled activities like the bouldering wall and the Flying Squirrel adventure course
Contact: wildernessadventures.com; info@wildernessadventures.com; 307.733.2122

Wilderness Adventures Discovery Program
Ages: grades 5 to 6
Dates: June 22-July 5, July 8-21, July 24-August 6; 14-day programs
Activities: hiking, kayaking, whitewater rafting, SUPing, ziplining, leadership training in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks
Contact: wildernessadventures.com; info@wildernessadventures.com; 307.733.2122

Middle and High School-Age Camps

Adventure Treks Yellowstone Teton Adventure
Ages: grades 8 and 9
Dates: June 22-July 6, July 11-25, July 30-August 13; 15-day wilderness trips
Activities: backpacking, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, mountain summit
Contact: adventuretreks.com; info@adventuretreks.com; 888.954.5555

Alpengirl Adventure Camp for Girls
Ages: 11 to 16
Dates: June 23-August 10; multi day and multi week adventure trips for groups of 12 or less led by 2 to 3 female leaders
Activities: wilderness-based camps in MT, WY, ID, OR, and WA; backpacking, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, surfing, sea kayaking, canoeing, swimming, paddle boarding, yoga, wilderness tent camping, and outdoor skills
Contact: alpengirlcamp.com; info@alpengirlcamp.com; 406.570.6312

GAP! (Girls Actively Participating!) Camp
Ages: entering grades 6 and 9
Dates: August 27-29, 9:30 a.m-2:30 p.m. (entering grade 6), 3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. (entering grade 9); 3-day camp
Activities: prepare girls for the challenges of high school through games and activities with a focus on integrity (who you are), agency (how you make a difference), self-awareness (how your actions affect others), and fun
Contact: gapjh.org; gapgirljh@gmail.com; 307.690.8043

Jackson Hole High School Youth Football Camp for Boys
Ages: entering grades 3 to 8
Dates: tbd
Activities: football skills, offense, and defense
Contact: High School Athletics Department; Cindy at csutton@tcsd.org; 307.732.3704

Jackson Hole Writers Young Writers Summer Camp (with Teton County Library)
Ages: 10 to 13
Dates: June 26-July 31
Activities: workshops with published authors and poets guide young writers on their creative paths; light snacks provided.
Contact: jhwriters.org; amwells.wy@gmail.com subject: young writers camp

Moondance Adventures Big Wild Trip
Ages: grades 8 to 9
Dates: June 12-25, June 29-July 12, July 16-29;
15-day programs
Activities: backpacking in the Wind River Range, rock climbing in Grand Teton National Park, fly fishing, rafting
Contact: moondanceadventures.com; info@moondanceadventures.com; 800.832.5229

NOLS (National Outdoor Leadership School)
Ages 14 to 17
Dates: June-August 7; two 30-day trips
Activities: Wyoming-based courses available in backpacking, camping, rafting, rock climbing, canoeing, fly fishing, mountaineering, horsepacking, and kayaking; earn academic credit
Contact: nols.edu; 800.710.6657

Outpost Wilderness Adventures
Ages: 13 to 17
Dates: July 14-20 (Wyoming rock climbing), July 31-August 10 (Wind River backpacking and fishing)
Activities: rock climbing, belaying, anchor building, lead climbing, multi pitch climbing, backpacking, fishing, mountaineering
Contact: owa.com; info@owa.com

Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole Teton Explorers Summer Camp
Ages: Entering grades 6 to 8
Dates: dates tbd, 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (before and after care available), Monday-Friday
Activities: outdoor fun in and around the Jackson Hole area, overnight trips in the Tetons, SUPing, rock climbing, horseback riding, all while learning about “our creator”
Contact: pcjh.org/joysummercamp; Dylan Wade at dwade@pcjh.org; 307.734.0388, ext. 103

SOAR (Dubois, WY)
Ages: 11 to 18
Dates: June-August; 18-day outdoor adventure campsActivities: canoeing, horsepacking, riflery, hiking, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, and academics for youth with learning and attention challenges
Contact: soarnc.org; admissions@soarnc.org 307.455.3084

Teton Science Schools Middle and High School Camp
Ages: entering grades 5 to 11
Dates: June 17-August 16, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; weeklong day camps, residential camps for grades 7 to 12
Activities: hands-on science exploration, hiking, canoeing, camping, water exploration, service projects, wildlife studies, survival skills, nature art, leadership, challenge course
Contact: tetonscience.org/summer; registrar@tetonscience.org; 307.734.3707

Teton Slow Food Farming and Cooking Camp
Ages: entering grades 6 to 8
Dates: July 22-26, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday; week long camp
Activities: outdoor farming in Jackson, outdoor cooking with farm-fresh food, field trips to food destinations
Contact: tetonslowfood.org; ashley@tetonslowfood.org

Teton Valley Ranch Camp (Dubois, WY)
Ages: 11 to 16
Dates: June 16-July 15 (boys), July 18-August 16 (girls); month long residential camps
Activities: backpacking, horseback riding, riflery, archery, fly fishing, arts and crafts, nature discovery
Contact: tvrcamp.org; mailbag@tvrcamp.org; 307.733.2958

Teton Valley Ranch Camp Expeditions Program (Dubois, WY)
Ages: 14 to 17
Dates: July 18- August 7; 3-week wilderness camp
Activities: backpacking, alpine mountaineering, trip planning and preparation, navigation and route finding, campsite selection, backcountry cooking and nutrition, bear country travel techniques, hazard evaluation and risk management, mountain weather, geology, ecology, backcountry first aid, ethics and principles of leave no trace, leadership
Contact: tvrcamp.org; mailbag@tvrcamp.org; 307.733.2958

Teton Youth and Family Services Jackson Hole Leadership Program
Ages: 9 to 15
Dates: June 17-August 30; week long camps
Activities: Phase 1 (ages 9-11): leadership and self-confidence games, ropes course activities, canoeing, camping; Phase 2 (ages 12-15): five-day, four-night backpacking experience that ends with a guided whitewater rafting trip or rock climbing adventure.
Contact: tyfs.org; Cassidy Creel at leadership@tyfs.org

Triangle C Ranch Horsemanship Leadership Camp (Dubois, WY)
Ages: 11 to 17
Dates: June 2-8 (boys), June 16-22 (girls)
Activities: horsemanship instruction, including from renowned horseman Chris Cox, trail rides, fly fishing, teepee camping, cattle working, teambuilding, other ranch responsibilities.
Contact: trianglec.com; info@trianglec.com, 307.455.2225

Wilderness Adventures Explorer and high trails programs
Ages: grades 6 to 12
Dates: June 22-August 6; 14-, 16-, and 21-day programs
Activities: backpacking, hiking, climbing, whitewater rafting, sea kayaking, fly fishing, mountaineering, leadership training (see camp descriptions for focus)
Contact: wildernessadventures.com; info@wildernessadventures.com; 307.733.2122

WyldLife Summer Trip
Ages: grades 6 to 8
Dates: July 29-August 4 (leaves from Jackson for Washington Family Ranch in Antelope, Oregon)
Activities: water park, slides, pool, beach volleyball, mini-golf, climbing walls
Contact: jacksonhole.younglife.org; 307.201.9914

Young Life Summer Trip
Ages: grades 9 to 12
Dates: July 6-14 (leaves from Jackson to Castaway Club in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota)
Activities: ziplining, parasailing, boating, sailing, giant swing
Contact: jacksonhole.younglife.org; 307.201.9914

Multiple Age Groups

Art Association of Jackson Hole Artist Workshops
Ages: entering grades K to 9
Dates: June 17-August 30, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Monday-Friday (after care available)
Activities: pottery, cardboard art, fashion design, plein air painting and drawing, preschool art, screenwriting and filmmaking, STEAM art, theater
Contact: artassociation.org; signup@artassociation.org 307.733.6379

Axis Gymnastics Youth Camp
Ages: 5 to 12
Dates: June 17-August 30, 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
Activities: gymnastics, parkour, big air, and themed camps
Contact: axisgymnastics.com; info@axisgymnastics.com 307.732.2947

CGA Academy Summer Soccer Day Camp
Ages: 4 to 19 (birth years 2015-2001)
Dates: August 5-8, 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. for birth years 2013-2015; 9:00 a.m.-noon for birth years 2011-2012; 9:00 a.m.-noon (half day) or 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (full day) for birth years 2001-2010; full-day option includes lunch
Activities: soccer skills development, goal scoring, specialized curriculum for each age
Contact: cgaacademy.com; info@cgaacademy.com George Hahui, 307.413.7908; Alin Suru, 307.413.7627

CGA Academy PreSeason Camp
Ages: 7 to 15 (birth years 2012-2004)
Dates: August 19-22, 9:00 a.m.-noon for all ages
Activities: soccer skills development, goal scoring, specialized curriculum for each age
Contact: cgaacademy.com; info@cgaacademy.com George Hahui, 307.413.7908; Alin Suru, 307.413.7627

Challenger Sports GK Icon Soccer Camp
Ages: 8 to 18
Dates: July 8-12, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
Activities: a specialist camp focused on the development of goalkeepers and those interested in goalkeeping
Contact: challengersports.com; apayne@challengersports.com; 720.204.4148

Challenger Sports International Soccer Camp
Ages: 3 to 14
Dates: July 8-12, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday, Friday, 9:00 a.m.-noon
Activities: Using methodologies from Europe, Brazil, and the United States, coaches will teach a progressive series of skill-building soccer practices, complete with drills, coached scrimmages, and daily tournaments.
Contact: challengersports.com; apayne@challengersports.com; 720.204.4148

Challenger Sports Next Level Soccer Camp
Ages: 8 to 18
Dates: July 8-12, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
Activities: Next Level method of training includes speed of play, fast foot skills, first touch, advanced techniques, freestyle, strength and conditioning, attacking moves, finishing, and small-sided games; integrated with Challenger’s iChallenge training app, which will help players further develop skills.
Contact: challengersports.com; apayne@challengersports.com; 720.204.4148

Clydehurst Christian Ranch Camp (Montana)
Ages: grades 3 to 12
Dates: June 12-July 6, different age groups each week
Activities: hiking, fishing, horseback riding, archery, riflery, basketball, swimming, group games
Contact: clydehurst.com; 406.294.0394 or 406.932.6332

Dancers’ Workshop Summer Programs
Ages: 7 to 18
Dates: June 24-August 30; June 25-September 1 (intermediate and advanced dance intensives)
Activities: variety of dance disciplines, creative movement, choreography, visual art, and more
Contact: dwjh.org; info@dwjh.org; 307.733.6398

Exum Mountain Guides Family Climbing Day
Ages: 5 to 13, with parents
Dates: summer-long programs
Activities: full day of climbing, team building, and rappelling
Contact: exumguides.com; exum@exumguides.com 307.733.2297

Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming
Ages: grades K to 12
Dates: June-August (camps near Red Lodge and Butte, Montana, and Casper, Wyoming)
Activities: themed camps, swimming, hiking, music, arts and crafts, camping, archery, music, cooking, sailing, visiting Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park
Contact: gsmw.org, 800.736.5243

Grand Targhee Resort Adventure Summer Camp
Ages: 5 to 12
Dates: June 17-August 30, 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday (Driggs and Alta shuttle available)
Activities: swimming lessons, horse education, horseback riding, disc golf, mountain biking instruction, arts and crafts, music, chairlift rides, bungee trampoline, climbing wall, hiking, nature study, group games and more
Contact: grandtarghee.com; cjacobsen@grandtarghee.com; 307.353.2300

Green River Outreach for Wilderness Foundation Camp GROW (Boulder, WY)
Ages: 8 to 17
Dates: June 16-July 13 (girls), July 14-August 17 (boys); residential, gender-specific, 1- to 4-week camps
Activities: archery, backpacking, blacksmithing, camping, canoeing, climbing, horseback riding, hiking, fishing, rafting, swimming, arts and crafts, woodshop, ecology
Contact: greenriverfoundation.com; info@greenriveroutreach.com; 307.537.5420

Jackson Hole Lacrosse Summer Day Camp
Ages: 8 to 18
Dates: tbd (July and August); one-week camp
Activities: general lacrosse skills, cradling, passing, catching, shooting, advanced moves, game-play strategies, scrimmages
Contact: jacksonholelacrosse.com; jhlacrosseclub@gmail.com

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Mountain Bike Camp
Ages: entering grade 2 (children who can ride a 20-inch wheel and up)
Dates: June 10-August 30, 9:00 a.m-4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday; weeklong or daily drop-ins
Activities: mountain-bike focused with an array of other activities
Contact: jacksonhole.com/mountain-sports-school/summer-programs; kidsranch@jacksonhole.com or info@jacksonhole.com; 307.739.2788

Jackson Hole Music Academy
Ages: 5 to 18
Dates: June-August, Monday-Thursday; 9-week programs
Activities: Suzuki violin group and private lessons, with instruction provided by SAA certified instructor in ECC
Contact: jhmusicacademy.com; michelle@jhmusicacademy.com; 307.690.0974

Jackson Hole Playhouse Playtime
Ages: 7 to 18
Dates: June-August; weeklong camps
Activities: musical theater camp instructed by professional actors, Shakespeare workshops, cabaret-style camps, auditioning, rehearsals, each session ends with a performance
Contact: jacksonplayhouse.com; jhplayhouse@gmail.com or Vicki Garnick or Golden Garnick at msvickigarnick@gmail.com or jgolden888@gmail.com; 307.733.6994
*Scholarships available.

Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club’s Mountain Bike Skills Camps
Ages: 8 and up, beginner to intermediate riders
Dates: 1 week in July, 1 week in August; see website
Activities: body positioning, braking, pedaling, flat cornering, shifting, trail etiquette, balance, climbing, descending, sprinting, wheel lifts, wheelies, bunny hops
Contact: jhskiclub.org/mtbikecamp; rlapier@jhskiclub.org; 307.733.6433

Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club’s Skateboard Camps
Ages: 6 and up
Dates: 1 week in June, 1 week in July, 1 week in August; see website
Activities: skateboard instruction at a variety of skateparks in Wyoming and Idaho — pumping, pushing, ollies, dropping in, kickflips, boardslides, grinds, bowl and ramp skating, skatepark etiquette, skateboard maintenance, and games

Jackson Hole Stingrays Swim Team
Ages: 5 and up
Dates: June 17-July 18, 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m., Monday-Thursday; at Rec Center pool
Activities: beginner and advanced swimming skills (beginners must be able to swim the length of the pool and be comfortable in the water for practice duration)
Contact: jhstingrays.blogspot.com; jhstingrayboard@gmail.com
* Scholarships available.

Jackson Hole Tutoring All-Girls Math Camp
Ages: entering grades 1 to 6
Dates: tbd, half-day camp runs 8:30 a.m.-12:30 a.m.
Activities: Students will review and reinforce familiar concepts, explore new strategies and future topics, all while building math knowledge and having fun.
Contact: jacksonholetutoring.com; jhmathcamp@gmail.com

Jackson Hole Youth Baseball Summer Camp
Ages: 7 to 18
Dates and times: tbd
Activities: baseball skills and tactics, team building
Contact: jacksonholeyouthbaseball.com; Jason Huggins, jhuggins@tcsd.org, 307.690.2445

Jackson Hole Youth Basketball Camp
Ages: entering grades 1 to 8, boys and girls
Dates: July 15-18, 9:00 a.m.-noon (grades 1, 2, 5, and 6) or 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. (grades 3, 4, 7, 8)
Activities: shooting, ball-handling, passing, defensive skills
Contact: jhyb.org/camps; jhybinfo@gmail.com
* Online registration opens April 8.

Jackson Hole Youth Soccer (see Challenger Sports listing for more info)
Ages: 3 to 18
Dates: July 8-12, July 22-26; full-day and half-day options
Activities: soccer skills, scrimmages, games
Contact: jacksonholeyouthsoccer.org jacksonholeyouthsoccer@gmail.com; 307.200.6034

Off Square Theatre Summer Camps
Ages: K to 12
Dates: one-week camps begin around June 24, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (after care available for some camps)
Activities: musical theatre camp; Shakespeare’s Heroes and Villains camp; Improv Comedy Camp; Shakespeare Conservatory Camp; Story to Stage Camp; Wild Kingdom Camp
Contact: offsquare.org; info@offsquare.org; 307.733.3021

Overland Summer Camp (Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks)
Ages: grades 4 to 12
Dates: June-August; 2- to 3-week expeditions
Activities: hiking, backpacking, kayaking, rafting, biking, writing, service projects, and sightseeing; activities specific to age group
Contact: overlandsummers.com; info@overlandsummers.com; 413.458.9672

Red Cliff Bible Camp (Pinedale, WY)
Ages: entering grades 4 to age 12 (junior), ages 13 to 19 (teen)
Dates: June 24-August 3; week-long camps
Activities: zipline, rappelling, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding, group games, crafts, riflery, archery.
Contact: redcliffcamp.org; redcliffcamp@gmail.com; 307.367.2536

Snake River Fund Snake River Days
Ages: grades 11 to age 18
Dates: August 23-29, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., with one overnight
Activities: intro to the Snake River watershed through activities like river hydrology, flat water canoeing and kayaking, aquatic entomology, fly fishing, plant, mammal and bird exploration, and white-water rafting
Contact: register at tetonparksandrec.org or 307.739.9025; for info, contact Mike Estes at mestes@tetoncountywy.gov, 307.732.5761
*Strong swimming skills encouraged.

Snow King Hockey Camp
Ages: 8-18
Dates: August 12-16 and August 19-23
Activities: hockey skills on and off the ice, sports nutrition
Contact: snowkingsec.com; info@cmijh.com 307.201.1633

14th annual Targhee Music Camp (at Grand Targhee Resort)
Ages: 9 to 17, accompanied by an adult
Dates: August 5-8, 9:00 a.m.-10:30 p.m.
Activities: singing, songwriting, guitar, bass, fiddle, mandolin, Dobro, banjo, concerts, and workshops (advanced beginner to expert ability levels)
Contact: targheemusiccamp.com targheemusiccamp@gmail.com; 307.413.1947

Teton Behavior Therapy Executive Function Skills Camp
Ages: 8 to 17
Dates: ongoing through the summer
Activities: indoor and outdoor activities and field trips that address long-term planning and goal setting, organization and time management, task initiation and problem solving, attention and self-monitoring, cognitive flexibility and emotional control
Contact: tetonbehaviortherapy.com; info@tetonbehaviortherapy.com; 307.734.6040
* Insurance and Medicaid accepted. Sliding scale offered.

Teton Behavior Therapy Social Emotional and Friendship Camp
Ages 5 to 17
Dates: ongoing through the summer
Activities: indoor and outdoor activities and field trips that address assertiveness, self-esteem, healthy body image, anti-bullying, expressing emotions, social skills, communication skills and healthy relationships; we include many field trips and adventures
Contact: tetonbehaviortherapy.com; info@tetonbehaviortherapy.com; 307.734.6040
* Insurance and Medicaid accepted. Sliding scale offered.

Teton Slow Food Farming and Cooking Camp
Ages: entering grades 3 to 8
Dates: August 5-9, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday; week long camp
Activities: outdoor farming in Jackson, outdoor cooking with farm-fresh food, field trips to food destinations
Contact: tetonslowfood.org; ashley@tetonslowfood.org

Teton Slow Food Farming and Cooking Camp (Intermediate)
Ages: entering grades 3 to 8 (must have prior Slow Food Summer Camp experience)
Dates: August 19-23, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday; week long camp
Activities: outdoor farming in Jackson, outdoor cooking with farm-fresh food, field trips to food destinations
Contact: tetonslowfood.org; ashley@tetonslowfood.org

Teton County, Wyoming, Library Summer Reading Adventures (Jackson)
Ages: all
Dates: June 8-August 3; kickoff party June 15; finale party August 3
Activities: Read for prizes; book giveaway with program sign-up; fun activities and special events; Book Fair June 15 and 16
Contact: tclib.org; mflamino@tclib.org; 307.733.2164 x 3249

Teton Raptor Center Raptor Encounters
Ages: all
Dates: June-September, 11:00 a.m.-noon, Wednesday-Friday
Activities: education program with live raptors
Contact: tetonraptorcenter.org; raptors@tetonraptorcenter.org; 307.203.2551