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Overnight Summer Camp for Boys

Staying at a Youth Adventures overnight summer camp for boys is always an adventure! Our overnight summer camp for boys and girls offer the best experience.


Your camper will have plenty of natural outdoor adventure space to roam and explore, participate in over 50 different activities and join in social and physical activities necessary for the development of a well-rounded young man of strength and character. At our overnight summer camp your son can hike, fish, swim, ride horses, join campfire circles, learn out-door life skills like fire building, archery, marksmanship, blade throwing, first aid, woodworking, leatherworking, sing-along at karaoke, get down at the hootenanny dance, and one of our campers favorites, compete in the highly competitive team-building event - color wars! 


The staff encourages the campers to be kind and positive, with an emphasis on giving back. Some camps are secular and others have daily worship where your camper can join in praise and song to glorify our Lord.

gaga ball at overnight summer camp for boys
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paint ball at overnight summer camp for boys

Find the best camp for your child

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A Youth Adventures partner overnight summer camp for boys also provides activities like paintball, photography, videography, flag football, puppet theater, board games, drama, dodgeball, low ropes, bike riding, basketball, waterski lessons, ping pong, and the list goes on and on! You can check out all of our partner camps by clicking HERE. There really isn’t anything better than summer camp with Youth Adventures! It’s a great place for kids to learn new things, make friends from all over the world, and have the time of their life.

Should EVERY boy go to a overnight summer camp for boys?

In a word . . . "No".

     If a child is combative, resentful of authority, tends to endanger themselves or others, bullies or fights with peers, then this child is NOT ready for sleepaway summer camp.

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