Amazing Summer Camp For Girls!
Angel Fire is a camp designed for girls, ages 11-17, and located at the beautiful Tahosa High Adventure Base. This camp provides girls with an opportunity to try new things indoors and outdoors, make new friends, and develop new talents, all in a supervised environment.
Participants can choose to camp in a tent or cabin. They will enjoy a night sleeping under the stars and experiencing new activities which may include: archery, C.O.P.E., rock climbing (belaying and repelling), cooking, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, handicrafts, fishing, trail hiking, mountain biking, gaga, swimming, sand volleyball, photography, illustration, painting, pioneering, first aid, safety, campfires, orienteering, and team skits. Angel Fire Camp will stretch adult lodge leaders and teenagers mentally and physically while providing the opportunity to gain confidence through teamwork challenges. On Wednesday, enjoy an exciting team-building trip by choosing either zip lining or white-water rafting with an additional $50.00 trip deposit.
Camp Headquarters is located adjacent to Tahosa High Adventure Base’s Tumblesom Lake. In all schedules, participants provide their own tents and have the flexibility of either eating prepared meals in the dining hall or cooking food in their campsite. Each campsite has its own latrine equipped with pit toilets and hand washing stations. Showering facilities are also available.
An 18-acre lake, various hiking trails, program support buildings, and a dining hall are just some of the additional facilities Tahosa High Adventure Base offers that will make the week an amazing adventure! Exciting special challenges and evening activities may be added throughout the week, such as Christmas in July and the Tahosa Polar Plunge! Angel Fire Camp space is limited and fills up fast so register today!
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