The Ultimate Guide to the Best Summer Camps in Eagle, Idaho
Every parents are faced with the question of where to send their kids for the best summer camps Eagle, ID . This blog post will provide readers with a comprehensive guide to the best summer camps in and around Eagle, Idaho and surrounding areas.
Why Summer Camps Are Good For Kids
Summer camps can provide an unforgettable experience for children, teaching them the importance of independence, self-reliance and cooperation. Summer camps can help them develop life skills and foster their creativity.
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These camps come at the suggestions of local moms on our community group. As always please do your own thorough research, Eagle Moms does not endorse anything nor are we paid to speak about these places. They are just resources from local moms to another.Randi Owsley
summer camps eagle, id: Boise State Youth Program
Boise State University’s Summer Youth Sports Program (SYSP) has been offering physical activity classes to the Boise community since 1972. They offer developmentally appropriate summer sessions for children age 5-14.
The sessions were designed to teach children the skills needed for participation in a variety of sports and physical activities.
- Participants will learn the basics of different field sports including: soccer, lacrosse, flag football, and ultimate frisbee.
- Participants will learn the fundamentals of the following gym sports and activities including: basketball, volleyball, and team handball.
- All instruction is scaled to the participants ability plus experience.
- Boise State’s Campus Recreation Outdoor Adventure staff will provide participants with a variety of outdoor learning experiences on campus, including shelter building/pitching a tent, knot tying, orienteering, and slacklining.
- A combination of outdoor and indoor racket sports including badminton, speedminton, tennis, racquetball, and pickleball.
- A combination of familiar and novel sports and leisure activities and games including: disc activities, spikeball, capture the flag, and various fun movement games.
- Participants will engage in the following activities to enhance rhythm, timing, and overall coordination: jump rope, juggling, dance, and tumbling.
- Boise State’s Campus Recreation Outdoor Adventure staff will provide fun and engaging team building activities one day per week for each team of participants to help foster community and build interpersonal skills.
2023 SYSP Session Dates
- Session 1: June 5 – June 16
- Session 2: June 19 – June 30
- Session 3: July 10 – July 21
- Session 4: July 24 – August 4
Registration Opened February 1st, 2023 at 8:00 AM
Engaging summer youth in physical and social activities is more important than ever! Their summer sports program gives them the opportunity to stay active and have fun, while improving their skillset and learning the power of teamwork.
Summer Camps eagle id: Horse Camps
Juniper Mountain Outfitters (Away Camp)
Juniper Mountain Outfitters offers three horse camps throughout the summer, as well as a camp that is ideal for large groups.
Their horse base camp is made up of several tents, a large cook cabin, and outlying corrals for horses.
Sleeping tents at the camp have wooden floors, sheepherder stoves for warmth in the winter and four comfortable cots. During power outages there is generator-powered electricity from night to morning.
While staying at the base camp, your child will receive a well-rounded education in horsemanship. This includes grooming and saddling instructions, riding lessons, and numerous hours of time on the trail while learning to ride. Other activities include swimming, volleyball, horseshoes and hiking.
Their staff includes a cook, 3 state-licensed guides and 2 wranglers. All are certified in Standard First Aid and Adult/Child CPR; the first aid station is set up in the cook tent. All guides carry a field kit with them wherever they go!
NOTE: In case of an emergency, the Cascade Hospital is only 40 minutes away by car. In addition, Stolle Meadows has a landing pad for Life Flight if necessary.
2023 Horse Camp Calendar at juniper mountain
The cost is $750 per child per week, and participants will stay at our base camp in Stolle Meadows.
Keep in mind, that our regular horse camps are limited to a maximum of 20 campers. We highly recommend that you register as soon as possible to guarantee your spot. A $250 non-refundable deposit is required to hold your spot with the remainder due two weeks prior to the camp date.
- Camp #1 June 12-16
- Camp #2 June 19-23
- Camp #3 June 26-30
- Camp #4 July 3-7
- Camp #5 July 10-14
- Camp #6 July 17-21 Teen Week
- Camp #7 July 24-28
- Camp #8 July 31 – Aug. 4 High Adventure (prerequisites required)
- Camp #9 Aug. 7-11
- Camp #10 Aug. 14-18
Meadow Vue Horse Camp
Meadow Vue Ranch places a strong emphasis on getting camp participants as much time in the saddle as possible. In addition to riding, they will experience life on a real working ranch and participate in rodeo events.
Participants may get to help move cattle, as well as participate in other ranch experiences during different weeks of camp.
YOUTH HORSE CAMP DATES JUNE 18TH- AUGUST 6TH, 2023
Nature Schools Summer camps
Wild Beginnings camp: June to August 2023
Ages 6 months – 10 years old! Caregiver & Me Camps as well as Half Day Drop-Off Camps
Summer Camps are offered June – August and are typically 2-4 days long each week depending on our program! Our summer camps provide children the opportunity to play, learn and explore in a 100% nature immersion setting. Each week offers a different nature theme and activities aligned with that theme. For example, our Adventure Camp includes hiking, climbing, fishing, going a bear hunt, shelter building, a campfire, and using tools like binoculars, magnifying glasses, and compasses on scavenger hunts.