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   Meals are included - breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack - and each is served with fresh produce. Call today for more information, spots will fill up quick!
Cost: varies
Dates: ongoing
Ages: Grades K-5 (5-11)
Camp Fire Alaska
161 Klevin St., Ste. 100 Anchorage, AK 99508 (907) 257-8847 campfireak.org
Camp Si-La-Meo
Venture Outside! Gear up your camper for a week or more of outdoor adventures at our day camp located in Anchorage on the campus of Alaska Pacific University. We take full advantage of this natural setting, making every day another opportunity
for campers to go marching through the forest, practice target sports or launch a canoe from the waterfront. In addition to a huge catalog of activities, games, field trips and our popular daily swim program, we structure each session to build excitement towards a grand finale.
Cost: $290/week
Dates: June 3-Aug. 9
Ages: Grades K-8 (ages 5-13)
Camp K
Get away! Alaska’s longest-running, co- ed overnight camp is nestled along the shores of Kenai Lake in Cooper Landing,
a two-hour bus ride from Anchorage.
Just a stone’s throw from main camp, and your own cabin is on a half-mile
long beach with access to hiking trails, boating activities, large fields for outdoor games, an art building, as well as river rafting and horseback riding nearby. This 160-acre campus within the Chugach National Forest is “wild Alaska” with everyday opportunities to be off the grid, experience wildlife, and take in the epic beauty right outside your cabin door.
Cost: $205-460
Dates: May 29-July 25
Ages: Grades 1-12 (ages 6-17)
Summer Adventure
Discover fun! Our most flexible and accessible licensed program runs all
day (7 am-6 pm) at three elementary schools—South Anchorage, Downtown and in Eagle River. Your child can join us for a day, a week (most popular) or the whole
       GIRL SCOUT SUMMER CAMPS
     Camps are open to all girls in grades K-12! Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
    View our camp catalog and register at:
GirlScoutsAlaska.org/camps
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