Town & Country
June 8, 2016

These 19 Institutions Are the Ivy League of Summer Camps

Singalongs and s’mores by the campfire, morning Reveille, sneaking around the lake to gawk at the girls or boys in the sister/brother camp: the rituals of summer sleep-away camp are beloved and time honored. Like university, there are endless options—but for a certain set, there are real...

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Better Camp Finder
September 25, 2018

6 Top Summer Camps You Really Need to Send Your Kids To

A summer camp full of wakeboarding, horseback riding, and dance parties may seem like a dream, but top summer camps have made this dream a reality. Summer camps are a way for kids to unplug from normal life and plug into fun activities. With these summer camps, kids are not only plugging into ...

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Early Childhood Education Zone
April 12, 2015

The 50 Most Amazing Summer Camps for Kids

The experience of summer camp goes far beyond enjoying the fun activities usually associated with camping such as hiking, swimming and living in a cabin. Campers learn character-building skills, develop greater self-confidence, leadership and team-building skills. They develop friendships that...

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July 2017

Top Food Allergy-Friendly Overnight Camps

Before the summer begins, parents of food allergic campers at Raquette Lake are in touch with the chef, who has been the food service director for 10 years. All meals are nut-free, and the counselors come to the dining hall before service to make sure allergen-free meals are ready.

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Top Education Degrees
May 6, 2014

50 Most Amazing Summer Camps in the U.S.

A great summer camp should be a safe and magical place where girls and boys can make friends, discover new passions and learn to be independent. Here, they are taught values such as teamwork and cooperation – all while surrounded by majestic lakes, mountains, woodlands and wide-open spaces so ...

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June 15, 2010

America's Priciest Summer Camps

The end of June marks the beginning of an annual migration, as school-aged kids, especially on the Eastern Seaboard, pack off for sleep away camp.

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New York Post
June 18, 2010

Go jump in a lake

At these prices, you’d expect gold-plated canoes.

But the country’s poshest campers will have to settle for celebrity sports coaches, state-of-the art facilities, organic cuisine and private, spring-fed lakes instead.

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August 7, 2015

17 Outrageously Expensive Summer Camps

Well-to-do families in the northeast start thinking about summer camp long before the final school bell rings. And well they should: not only do exclusive sleep-away camps fill up fast, they also cost a pretty penny.

Here, we’ve put together a list of the most expensive sleep-away...

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The Peak
January 2016

Learn To Soar- The Great Outdoors

Summer camps have come a long way from traditional campfire sing-alongs amid the wilderness. Now there is a vast array of programmes on offer, which can include sports training from pros, to acting workshops where Hollywood A-listers have been discovered. What they have in common, however, is ...

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Flight Network
July 12, 2017

North America’s Top 60 Summer Camps of 2017

Summer after summer, a legion of loyal campers flock to the quiet shores of the Adirondacks, in search of a place they call home: Raquette Lake Camps. Both of these brother-sister institutions have been family-owned and operated since 1916, and there is certainly no end in sight. Why? For one...

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