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Inland Empire Summer Camp Guide

April 21, 2011 12:00 AM

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The incredible beauty of the Inland Empire is a wonderful backdrop for your children’s summer fun, whether they go off to sleepaway camp or they indulge their inner artists for a week. Here’s our guide to a variety of summer camps in the IE.

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Big Bear Sports Ranch Summer Camp

2080 Irwin Ranch Road
Big Bear City, CA 92314
(909) 585-3133
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Big Bear Sports Ranch Summer Camp is an overnight summer camp designed for your little sports fanatic. Children 7 to 17 will be able to try their hand at a variety of sports including tennis, golf, wakeboarding, soccer and volleyball.

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Idyllwild Summer Arts Program

52500 Temecula Rd Idyllwild, California 92549-0038
(951) 659-2171 x2365
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The Idyllwild Summer Arts Program is a summer conservatory program that will introduce your child to the world of visual and performing arts. The camp welcomes ages that range from 5 to 18 years old. Kids will also be able to experience the classic summer camp experience with campfires, hikes, swimming and game nights. It is the perfect place for your developing young artist.

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4H Summer Camp

250 N. Highway 138 (P.O. Box 3372)
Crestline, CA 92325
(323) 260-3845
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This week-long overnight camp takes place in Camp Seely in Crestline and is geared to children 8 to 18. It’s affordable and located at a beautiful forest site — kids sleep in cabins just like in the movies.  Campers have a variety of activities to choose from including swimming, crafts, science days, and performing arts. Parents can be chaperones for the week at no extra charge.

Pali Overnight Adventures Specialty Camps

PO Box 2237 30778 Highway 18
Running Springs CA, 92382 USA
(909) 867-5743
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Pali Overnight Adventures Camp offers 16 specialized camps under one roof. From Acting Academy and Rock Star Camp to Secret Agent and Culinary Academy, your child will find a camp tailor-made to their interests. Programs are one and two weeks and include 3 individual electives from 50+ activities like: Archery, Riflery, Skateboarding, EuroBungee, ATV’s, Dune Buggies or Karaoke to name a few.

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Diabetic Youth Services Camp

Camp Conrad-Chinnock 4700 Jenks Lake Road
East Angelus Oaks CA 92305
(310) 751-3057
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Diabetic Youth Services Camp is held at Camp Conrad-Chinnock in the San Bernardino Mountains. The camp offers recreational, social, and educational opportunities for youth and families with Type 1 diabetes. Campers are taught diabetes self-management skills in a fun, interactive, and safe environment but also participate in fun and unique summer camp activities.

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Crazzy’s Wasewagan Camp and Retreat

42121 Seven Oaks Road
Angelus Oaks CA 92305
(909) 794-2910
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This overnight summer camp located in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains is geared to children 5 to 16. Traditional camp activities like horseback riding, hiking, crafts and campfire stories are combined with trips to go white water rafting or surfing. But make sure your child is ready for sleepaway camp — no refunds for homesickness.

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Claremont McKenna College Nike Tennis Camp

606 E. Sixth
St Claremont California 91711
(800) 645-3226
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Young tennis lovers will love this unique day camp located on the campus of Claremont McKenna College. The camp is geared towards players of all abilities, from tournament to those who have just recently picked up their first rackets. Campers will learn how to improve their skills and will be led by some of the best tennis players in the area.

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Camp Paivika

600 Playground Drive
Crestline, CA 92325
(909) 338-1102
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Camp Paivika is a special needs overnight camp program for kids and adults with mild to severe developmental and physical disabilities, such as autism, ADHD, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and epilepsy. The camp features many fun activities and programs which include horseback riding, adaptive sports, swimming, cookouts and campfires, arts and crafts, and nature hikes, as well as fine arts in a fun, safe and nurturing environment.

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Inland Empire Horse Camp

Foxcroft Farm
15389 Carpenter Avenue
Chino, CA 91710
(909) 923-0084
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This affordable equestrian day camp gives children the opportunity to learn how to ride. Campers will also learn all aspects of horse care such as feeding, grooming, bathing and problem-solving. Camp is open for kids with any level of riding skill, but they must be six or older to participate.

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The Gluck Summer Camps of the Arts

UC Riverside University of California
Riverside 900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
(951) 827-1012
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The Gluck Summer Camps of the Arts is a day camp located on the campus of UC Riverside and geared toward elementary, middle, and high school students. Students and faculty of the Departments of Art, Creative Writing, Dance, History of Art, Music, Theatre, the Sweeney Art Gallery, and UCR/California Museum of Photography will lead classes and workshops in visual and performing arts. It’s college art ahead of time!

Aracely Worley publishes the popular blog Daytripping Mom.
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