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    YMCA Camp Willson

    OUR MISSION: To serve the whole community through programs expressing Judeo-Christian principles that build a healthy spirit, mind and body.   Camp Alfred L. Willson is centered around a natural spring-fed lake formed during the last glacial period in Ohio 14,000 years ago. In the 1850′s, the lake was initially named Lake Spencer for a man who used to make Read more [...]

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    Camp Mowana

    Camp Mowana encompasses a beautiful 183 acre setting with woods, streams, and the Fleming Falls waterfall. Camp Mowana is located in Mansfield, OH about 1 hour north of Columbus.  Facility Highlights: Facilities available for rent year-round, Four retreat facilities, 23 cabins, Multi-purpose barn, Full food service, Swimming pool, Outdoor chapel, Low ropes challenge course, Climbing wall, Zip line, Hiking trails​ Read more [...]

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    Flying Horse Farms

    Flying Horse Farms provides magical, transformative camp experiences for children with serious illnesses and their families–free of charge. Located on 200 acres of rolling hills just outside Mt. Gilead, Ohio, camp first opened its gates in 2010 and hosts hundreds of happy campers each year. For a week at a time, being sick takes a backseat to simply being a kid. Read more [...]

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    Camp Wildbrook

    Bob and Flo Kraushar founded Camp Wildbrook in 1952. Both were former schoolteachers in Cincinnati Public Schools. They realized there was a need for a private summer camp in the area after speaking to parents while they managed a playground group run by the Cincinnati Recreation Commission. They were also supported in the project by Dr. Albert Degarmo, a prominent Read more [...]

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    Girl Scouts Camp Sugarbush

    Camp Sugarbush is located in Kinsman (Trumbull County) and encompasses nearly 200 acres of natural space. This camp features a dining hall and activity center, a swimming pool with shower house, low ropes course, archery range, astronomy building, sports activity court, and small lake for introductory canoeing. Housing units include cabins, platform tents with roofs, adirondacks, and covered wagons. The Read more [...]

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    Camp O’Bannon

    OUR MISSION Camp O’Bannon is a summer camp and year-round program which fosters development of self-esteem and an atmosphere of respect; with an emphasis on socialization for referred children of Licking County. OUR KIDS Children who attend Camp O’Bannon are referred to camp by social service agencies and every elementary school in Licking County. Criteria used to determine referrals includes, Read more [...]

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    Camp at the J

    The Mayerson JCC provides the Jewish and secular communities of Greater Cincinnati with resources, facilities, and programs which enhance their physical, intellectual, and social lives. With a state-of-the-art fitness center, award-winning early childhood and senior centers, top arts and cultural events, and classes for every age, the JCC connects, enriches, and inspires over 27,000 visitors per month. The JCC welcomes Read more [...]

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    Girl Scouts Camp Molly Lauman

    Girl Scouts have been spending their summers at Camp Molly Lauman since 1929! This beautiful site is home to Resident Camp and is located in the rolling foothills of Appalachia, near Lucasville in southern Ohio. Bear Creek runs through the front edge of the mostly wooded property, providing access to Big Bear Lake for canoeing. Camp Molly Lauman features a modern, Read more [...]

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    Camp Mohaven

    Mohaven is a premier camp and retreat center in Ohio. Owned and operated by the Ohio Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Mohaven occupies 700 acres of lush forest in the Danville area, bordering 1 1/2 miles of the scenic Mohican River.  It’s a popular site for outdoor sports, horseback riding, and just getting out in nature. Guest lodging at Mohaven range Read more [...]

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    Girl Scouts Camp Libbey

    Who We Are We’re 2.6 million strong—1.8 million girls and 800,000 adults who believe in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world. Our extraordinary journey began more than 100 years ago with the original G.I.R.L., Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low. On March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia, she organized the very first Girl Scout troop, Read more [...]

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