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Alabama

Southern Adventure Camp

July 9-12, November 12-15, 2015

Participants: 30 per camp

Ages: 14–18

Primary Activities: Zip lining, survival training, backpacking, navigations, bouldering, ingenuity school, kayaking, tubing, hiking, resiliency and team building activities.

Southern Adventure Camp intends to provide military youth with purposeful activities and events that encourage campers to strengthen their communication skills, peer connections, and contributing to their direct and indirect community. Our schedule is intense, fun and focused on challenging youth to make positive choices while making an impact on their health, growth, and overall well-being. We offer leadership and team building opportunities that encourage the military youth to develop or enhance their relationships with their family and peers. The campers should expect to be challenged, both physically and mentally, at Southern Adventure Camp.

AL.4hOnline.com & www.alabama4h.com

Summer SAC: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/64599142/Summer SAC2.pdf

Fall SAC: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/64599142/Fall SAC2.pdf

Rachel Simpson

(334) 844-2294, Bradfa@auburn.edu

Colorado

Rocky Mountain Adventure Camp

June 15-18, June 22-25, July 6-9, July 13-16, July 20-23, 2015

Participants: 45 per camp

Ages: 14–18

Primary Activities: Strength-based Leadership and Mindfulness Training in teams, hiking, high and low ropes course, white water rafting and tons of fun!

Are you ready for high adventure? Join us at Rocky Mountain Adventure Camp at Colorado State University Pingree Park campus nestled in the Rocky Mountains at 9,000 feet. We offer world class hiking to surrounding peaks including a B-17 Air Force crash site from 1946, ropes course and white water rafting. Combine this with our Strength-based Leadership Training and you will have the best camp ever for Military teens! Our counselors are fabulous, facilities incredible, and the food is great. Meet other military teens from across the nation. Visit our Facebook page to see what others say about our camp, https://www.facebook.com/groups/RMAC2011/

https://campscui.active.com/orgs/RockyMountainAdventureCampColoradoStateUniversityMilitaryYouth

Shauna Woods

(970) 988-6104, shauna.woods@colostate.edu or militarypingree@gmail.com

Georgia

Joint Reserve Component Teen Leadership Summit

June 28 - July 3, 2015

Participants: 120

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Wall climbing, rappelling, whitewater rafting, and ropes courses

This 6-day, 5-night experience offers teens an opportunity to grow and develop not only in their own leadership abilities, but also as reserve component military youth. Reserve component teens will experience high adventure elements including a climbing wall, rappelling down a rock-face, whitewater rafting, and other high-rope elements. Teens will have opportunities to meet other military youth from around the globe and share experiences while making new friends. The objective of this summit is to introduce military teens to not only their parent’s military service branch, but also to the growing joint nature of their work.

http://georgia4h.org/jointreservesummit/

Marilyn Huff-Waller

(706) 542-4444, milcamps@uga.edu

Florida Water Adventure Camp

June 15-26, 2015

Participants: 36

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Kayaking, hiking, primitive survival, and snorkeling

Adventure through the great Suwannee River, swamps, sloughs and crystal clear springs on team adventures that will absolutely amaze the adventurer in all of us. This 12 day, 11 night camp will bring you to beautiful Florida parks and river camps. Learn survival skills, teambuilding and leadership skills that will follow you through life. This camp adventure combines water, problem solving and thirty-six military teens who will build skills in kayaking, hiking, primitive survival, and snorkeling among some of the United States’ greatest parks. Six previous attendees will be accepted to serve as mentors for the camp and arrive on June 12.

http://georgia4h.org/militarycamp/

Marilyn Huff-Waller

(706) 542-4444, milcamps@uga.edu

Kentucky

Life Adventure Center Extreme Quest

June 19-21, 2015

Participants: 30

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Paintball, rock wall climbing, horseback riding, high and low ropes challenge courses, zip lining

Join us for a FREE, adventure-packed weekend that will get your adrenaline pumping. Join us for scenic horseback riding trails, test your skills on the paintball course, and reach new heights by testing your limits as you climb our 60 foot rock wall. Gather with good food, parents and peers for campfire programs at night. This camp is for military parents (service member or spouse) and their teen children ages 14-18. Families are welcome all from any state or branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your parent, and participate in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

Kentucky River Paddle Excursion

June 26-28, 2015

Participants: 20

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Flat-water canoeing, coastal camping, backcountry cooking, fishing, river navigation, and safety

Join us for a FREE, relaxing canoeing and camping experience on through the beautiful palisades of the Kentucky River! Paddle along this waterway which was once the sole route for shipping goods back east, while trying your hand at catching a fish along the way. Enjoy the scenery that surrounds the river and acquire skills in backcountry cooking and riverside camping. Gather with good food, parents and peers for campfire programs at night. This camp is for military parents (service member or spouse) and their teen children ages 14-18. Families are welcome from any state and branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your parent, and participate in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

Whitewater Rafting and Outdoor Quest

July 10-15, 2015

Participants: 30

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Whitewater rafting, zip lining, mountain biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, rappelling, swimming

Ready for the experience of a LIFETIME? This FREE, 6-day high-adventure experience will provide a variety of exciting challenges in the great outdoors of West Virginia! Work as a team and with other military parents and teens as you experience whitewater rafting, zip lining, mountain biking, horseback riding, rock climbing, rappelling and more! Gather with good food, parents and peers for campfire programs at night. This camp is for military parents (service member or spouse) and their teen children ages 14-18. Families are welcome from any state and branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your parent, and participate in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

Wounded Warrior Family Excursion

September 4-6, 2015

Participants: 60

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Horseback riding, archery, bowling, arcade games, indoor swimming, climbing wall, canoeing, fishing, woodworking, craft making, basketball and teambuilding.

Forget what comes to mind when you think of “camp!” This is fully modern, 168 acre campus is like a beautiful resort with more activities than you can fit into a weekend! Make new friends while riding horses, bowling, shoot hoops in the gym, canoeing or creating a keepsake in the woodshop or arts building. There are activities and opportunities for every age. This camp is for Wounded Warrior military families (active or Veteran) with at least one child between the ages of 14-18. Families are welcome from any state and branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your family, and participate in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

Red River Gorge Rock Climbing, Rappelling and Canopy Excursion

September 25-28, 2015

Participants: 24

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Rock climbing, rappelling, canopy tour with zip lines, camping, and backcountry cooking

What is the BEST way to spend a summer weekend in Kentucky? On a FREE wilderness adventure in the WORLD FAMOUS Red River Gorge! Join us for an action-packed rock climbing and rappelling experience. Race at speeds up to 55 MPH soaring 300 feet over the Gorge on the canopy tour. No experience or equipment is needed! Our guides provide everything you need. Gather with good food, parents and peers for campfire programs at night. This camp is for military parents (service member or spouse) and their teen children ages 14-18. Families are welcome from any state and branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your parent, and participate in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

Extreme Wilderness Survival Outdoor Expedition

October 23-25, 2015

Participants: 24

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Trapping, foraging, fishing, shelter building, fire starting, navigation, water purification, outdoor cooking, camping, hiking, backpacking

Does your team have what it takes to survive in the wilderness? Join us for a FREE extreme camping adventure, where you will learn survival skills including trapping, foraging, fishing, shelter building, fire starting, water purification, and navigational skills to find your way out of the wilderness. Work as a team to accomplish challenging tasks with confidence. Bear Grylls will have NOTHING on YOU! Gather with good food, parents and peers for nightly campfire programs. This camp is for military parents (service member or spouse) and their teen children ages 14- 18. Families are welcome from any state and branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your parent, and participate in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

Snowshoe Mountain Ski and Snow Adventure

January 7-10, 2016

Participants: 50

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Downhill skiing, snow tubing, snowboarding, snowmobile tour.

Want to tell your friends that you went on a high adrenaline snow adventure? Join us for this FREE, high-adventure experience that will include skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and snowmobiling down the slopes of Snowshoe Mountain, West Virginia! We will provide everything you need, including equipment, lift tickets, meals, lodging, transportation and instruction. Gather with good food, parents and peers for campfire programs at night. Cozy lodges will await you for overnight accommodations. This camp is for military parents (service member or spouse) and their teen children ages 14-18. Families are welcome from any state and branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your parent, and participate in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

Intense Winter Wilderness Survival Primitive Skills

March 25-27, 2016

Participants: 24

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Flint knapping, bow building, archery skills, trapping, foraging, fishing, shelter building, fire starting, navigation, water purification, outdoor cooking, camping, hiking, backpacking.

Does your team have what it takes to survive in the wilderness? Join us for a FREE extreme camping adventure, where you will learn primitive survival skills including how to make arrowheads, bow building, archery skills, trapping, foraging, fishing, shelter building, fire starting, water purification, and navigational skills to find your way out of the wilderness. Work as a team to accomplish challenging tasks with confidence. Gather with good food, parents and peers for nightly campfire programs. This camp is for military parents (service member or spouse) and their teen children ages 14-18. Families are welcome from any state and branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your parent, and participate in a once-in-a-life time adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

Big South Fork Whitewater Canoeing and Backpacking Expedition

April 8-11, 2016

Participants: 20

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Whitewater canoeing, coastal camping, backcountry cooking, backpacking, river navigation, and safety

Join us for a FREE, action-packed whitewater canoeing and camping expedition on the Big South Fork River! Learn to safely scout and navigate your way through whitewater rapids, while paddling one of the most scenic rivers in Kentucky. Explore the sandstone bluffs and historic features that surround the river and acquire skills in gourmet backcountry cooking. Gather with good food, parents and peers for campfire programs at night. This camp is for military parents (service member or spouse) and their teen children ages 14-18. Families are welcome from any state and branch of the military. Meet other military teens, reconnect and build teamwork skills with your parent, and participate in a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!

https://fcs-hes.ca.uky.edu/content/military-teen-adventure-camps

Kelly Ulm

(859) 873-3271, kelly@lifeadventurecenter.org

New Hampshire

White Mountain Adventure Camp: Bretton Woods (for youth with physical disabilities)

January 8-11, 2016

Participants: 12 campers and 12 care companions

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Alpine skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, ice skating, ice fishing, snowshoeing, as well as a nature hike, horse drawn sleigh ride, and a winter bonfire

Designed specifically for youth with physical disabilities, this camp features adaptive sports activities in the spectacular White Mountains of northern New Hampshire. Join us for: alpine skiing, dog sledding, ice skating, sled hockey, and tubing! The Appalachian Mountain Club’s Highland Center in Bretton Woods will provide accessible accommodations and meals, and will serve as base camp for the weekend’s events. The camps for teens with disabilities are implemented by Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists and are specifically designed for teens with varying abilities and will include the use of adaptive equipment.

http://extension.unh.edu/Military-Youth-and-Family-Program/Winter-Military-Teen-Adventure-Camp

Charlotte Cross

(603) 862–2495, Charlotte.Cross@unh.edu

White Mountain Adventure Camp: Bretton Woods (youth with developmental and cognitive disabilities)

January 22-25, 2016

Participants: 12 campers and 12 care companions

Ages: 14-18

Primary activities: Alpine skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, ice skating, ice fishing, snowshoeing, as well as a nature hike, horse drawn sleigh ride, and a winter bonfire

This camp opportunity has been created for youth with developmental and cognitive disabilities and features adaptive sports activities in the spectacular White Mountains of northern New Hampshire. Plan to join us for: alpine skiing, dog sledding, ice skating, sled hockey, and tubing! The Appalachian Mountain Club’s Highland Center in Bretton Woods will provide accessible accommodations and meals, and will serve as base camp for the weekend’s events. The camps for teens with disabilities are implemented by Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists and are specifically designed for teens with varying abilities and will include the use of adaptive equipment.

http://extension.unh.edu/Military-Youth-and-Family-Program/Winter-Military-Teen-Adventure-Camp

Charlotte Cross

(603) 862–2495, Charlotte.Cross@unh.edu

White Mountain Adventure Camps

February 14-17, February 21-24, 2016

Participants: 20 campers per session

Ages: 14-18

Primary activities: Alpine skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, ice skating, ice fishing, snowshoeing, as well as a nature hike, horse drawn sleigh ride, a winter bonfiresnowmobiling, zip-line canopy tours, and a winter challenge course

Enjoy alpine skiing and snowboarding at Bretton Woods, one of the best mountains the northeast has to offer- equipment and lessons available for all levels at no cost! Try zip lining above the treetops, skiing/boarding down a mountain (lessons included), snow tubing, and exploring trails on foot, by dog sled, or snowmobile. Catch a fish from under the ice. Enjoy ice skating before an evening ride through snow covered pines wrapped in a cozy blanket in a heated Austrian sleigh, pulled by a magnificent team of 2,000 pound horses. End a perfect day warming up by a roaring winter camp fire with new friends, a cup of hot cocoa, and s’mores…all under a blanket of stars!

http://extension.unh.edu/Military-Youth-and-Family-Program/Winter-Military-Teen-Adventure-Camp

Charlotte Cross

(603) 862–2495, Charlotte.Cross@unh.edu

Ohio

Nautical Adventure Camp

June 21-26, 2015

Participants: 15

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Sailing

If you like sailing, then this is the camp for you! At Nautical Adventure Camp, you’ll spend 5 days sailing on Lake Erie. As part of a 5-member crew, you’ll learn essential sailing skills on a 34-ft. sailboat, like rigging a sail, anchoring, and boat handling. As proof of your sailing skills, at the end of the week you’ll have the opportunity to earn the Day Cruising certification offered by the International Charter Sailing Organization. Evenings will be spent on shore at a local campground, where you’ll relax over dinner and some typical camp activities with your fellow crew members. Come join us for a great time on a Great Lake!

www.regonline.com/nauticaladventurecamp2015

Theresa Ferrari

(614) 247–8164, Ferrari.8@osu.edu

Adventure Excursion Camp

July 6–12, 2015

Participants: 30

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Whitewater rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, sea kayaking, timber trekking

Are you looking for adventure and variety? Then join us for Adventure Excursion Camp! Each day a new experience awaits you in West Virginia’s New River Gorge. Experience the thrill of the New River, with some of the best whitewater rafting in the country. Experienced instructors will teach the fundamentals of rock climbing, mountain biking, and sea kayaking. How about hiking and high ropes – after ascending to one of the most famous lookouts in the New River Gorge area, you’ll take to the trees for a high-ropes obstacle course. Each evening you’ll return to base camp to hang out with your fellow crew members and get ready to take on another day of wilderness adventure.

www.regonline.com/adventureexcursioncamp2015

Theresa Ferrari

(614) 247–8164, Ferrari.8@osu.edu

Military Teen Adventure Camp – Lake Erie Adventure

July 19-24, 2015

Participants: 75

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Log rolling, stand-up paddle boarding, high ropes, sea kayaking, geocaching, teambuilding

Come to the shores of Lake Erie for a week of adventure activities in a residential camp setting. Whether it’s on the sea, on land, or flying through the air, there’s something for everyone – high ropes, sea kayaking, wilderness survival skills, geocaching and wilderness navigation, just to name a few. Let the good times roll - new this year is log rolling, yes, log rolling! This century-old sport of lumberjacks has turned into an exciting water activity for the modern era. To keep the fun rolling, there’s also zip lining, jet skis, swimming, giant swing, teambuilding challenges, campfires, crafts, and much, much more. Accommodations at Beulah Beach will be dormitory style, and meals will be served in a cafeteria. Great times on a Great Lake!

www.regonline.com/militaryteenadventurecamp2015

Theresa Ferrari

(614) 247–8164, Ferrari.8@osu.edu

Whitewater Adventure Camp

July 26-31, 2015

Participants: 30

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Whitewater rafting, whitewater kayaking, stan-up paddle boarding

A wild whitewater experience! The Ohiopyle State Park area is nestled in the Laurel Mountains of western Pennsylvania, where over the course of 6 days and 5 nights you’ll experience thrills and excitement of some of the best whitewater in the eastern United States. You’ll go whitewater rafting on the mighty Youghiogheny River. Whitewater kayaking is now a two-day experience – you’ll learn the fundamentals on a lake one day and then take it up a notch for another day of more advanced whitewater. Then there’s a day of SUP’ing (stand-up paddle boarding), one of the newest crazes to emerge in the world of paddle sports. In the evenings you’ll chill with your crewmates, camp out in tents, and learn to cook your meals over a camp stove.

www.regonline.com/whitewateradventurecamp2015

Theresa Ferrari

(614) 247–8164, Ferrari.8@osu.edu

Washington

Cutty Sark Sailing Adventure

April 10-12, April 24-26, September 11-13, September 25-27, 2015

Participants: 16 participants per trip

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Sailing, camping, hiking, beach and tidal pool exploration, sea life

The Cutty Sark Sailing Adventure allows participants to embark on an adventure of a lifetime as the crew of this magnificent ship. This year we are offering trips for military families as well; see local website –below -for details. The Cutty Sark is a 52 foot wooden sailing vessel complete with all the latest technology and modern navigational tools and instruments. The captain provides in-depth opportunities for teens to learn how to navigate using both ancient sailing knowledge and current technology. The ship sets anchor on one of the several uninhabited islands in the San Juan’s where you will set up camp, prepare meals, spend quality time exploring the islands’ beaches and enjoying time spent with your peers around the campfire after the sun drops into the ocean horizon.

http://ext100.wsu.edu/mtac/

Kevin Powers

(509) 667-6540, kcpowers@wsu.edu

Ross Lake Canoeing Adventure

June 21-28, 2015

Participants: 20

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Canoeing, camping, hiking, exploring

Come explore Ross Lake, one of Washington State’s most treasured gems. The lake is surrounded by several prominent mountain peaks jutting to over 7,000 feet with hundreds of crystal clear waterfalls, streams and creeks fed by the glaciers and snowfields of the North Cascade Range that tumble and “cascade” into the lake. You will embark on this adventure and into this amazing natural resource traveling by canoe and on foot. Learn from our expert backcountry staff how to safely travel and navigate using maps and compass while exploring the ancient forest trails and pathways through this magical place. Come join us for the backpacking and canoeing adventure of a lifetime!!

http://ext100.wsu.edu/mtac/

Kevin Powers

(509) 667-6540, kcpowers@wsu.edu

Deschutes River Rafting Trip

July 13-17, 2015; March 28 - April 1, 2016

Participants: 24 participants per trip

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: River rafting, camping, hiking, exploring

Experience the thrill of some of the best whitewater and high desert scenery the Northwest region has to offer. Travel down the Deschutes River through the basalt canyons just as the first explorers did camping by the river side in the evenings with plenty of time set aside for exploring this incredible and unique area, enjoying the company of your fellow river companions, personal time, and a crackling campfire at night setting the stage for shared stories and reflection on the day’s adventures.

http://ext100.wsu.edu/mtac/

Kevin Powers

(509) 667-6540, kcpowers@wsu.edu

Wilderness Backpacking/Mountaineering Trips

We will be offering two very different and unique Wilderness/Mountaineering adventures for teens and families that wish to take their adventure experience to a “Higher” level. The Pacific Ocean Wilderness Beach Adventure will be conducted on the Olympic National Park with hikers exploring a wilderness area that includes remote and hidden ocean beaches and travels through the Rain Forest with massive Cedar trees standing sentinel over our heads. We will navigate following the tides and shifting back to a “Natural Clock” that will dictate our movements and journey through the ancient forests. The Glacier Peak Wilderness Adventure will combine a Wilderness Backpacking experience with the opportunity to participate in a nontechnical peak climb on one of the numerous alpine peaks in the Cascade Mountain Range. The trip is well suited for anyone in average physical condition and will access some of the most beautiful and pristine high country in the United States. All clothing, equipment and gear will be provided at no cost. Both trips will set reasonable daily destinations where the group will setup camp before relaxing for the evening. Teens will develop several critical life skills including personal responsibility, communication, working effectively in a group environment and how to build trusting relationships with others. Wilderness-based family adventures build bridges and create opportunities to connect or reconnect parents and teens in a way that only can be accomplished through creating bonds with Mother Nature in her most special environment.

Pacific Ocean Wilderness Beach Adventure

July 27-31, 2015

Participants: 20

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Camping, hiking, ocean beach and tidal pool exploration

http://ext100.wsu.edu/mtac/

Glacier Peak Wilderness Adventure

August 24-28, 2015

Participants: 20

Ages: 14–18

Backpacking, hiking, camping, wilderness travel, and non‐technical “Peak Climb”

http://ext100.wsu.edu/mtac/

Winter Survival Adventure

January 22-24, February 19-21, March 11-13, 2016

Participants: 20 youth per trip

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Snowshoeing, back-country skiing, camping, animal tracks & trails, winter survival skills, exploring.

Winter Survival Snow Adventures Experience winter in remote areas of North Central Washington’s Cascade Mountain Range! Travel into “High Camps” surrounded by the beauty of “Sky Piercing” white snowcapped mountain peaks and a true “Winter Wonderland”. After settling into our rustic cabins, plan on spending plenty of time outdoors exploring this incredible environment. Learn a wide variety of outdoor winter skills through several unique experiences necessary to survive and thrive in “perceived” difficult or dangerous environments. Discover winter habitats on snowshoes, explore animal tracks and trails and build an emergency snow shelter. Dinners are served “Family Style” in the log lodge with plenty of personal time to get to know one another and share stories and experiences around the fire.

http://ext100.wsu.edu/mtac/

Kevin Powers

(509) 667-6540, kcpowers@wsu.edu

X-Treme Adventure Week

August 12-16, 2015

Participants: 30

Ages: 14–18

Primary activities: Camping, ropes course, mountain biking, backpacking, Climbing Wall, Zipline, Stand-Up Paddle Boarding

This extremely popular adventure camp is offered at a remote property bordering the incredible Glacier Peak Wilderness Area at one of the most beautiful camp properties in North Central Washington. Tall Timber Ranch sits at the confluence of the White River and the Napeequa River near the popular summer destination, Lake Wenatchee. In partnership with several local and regional partners we are offering a truly unique adventure experience for military teens. After arriving on the ranch and settling in, teens will engage in a wide variety of adventure activities both on the ranch and at several nearby locations.

http://ext100.wsu.edu/mtac/

Kevin Powers

(509) 667-6540, kcpowers@wsu.edu

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