Mini Camp (Grades 1-4) Cost: $220
Mini Camp 1: June 21-24
Mini Camp 2: June 24-27
Mini Camp 3: June 28-July 1
Mini Camp 4: July 1-4
Traditional Camp (Grades 1-12) Cost: $450
Hantesa's Got Talent: (July 5-11) :What are your talents? This week at Hantesa we will all explore and share the talents that make us all special and unique. We will also encourage all to explore new activities and talents; archery, trailblazing, pottery, fire building, singing, astronomy, and so many more talents to be found and enriched this week.
Splish Splash: (July 12-18) : Come join us for a splashin' good time at camp! In addition to traditional camp activities, campers will have the opportunity to play water games, learn about the ecology of nearby creeks, take a trip on the slip 'n slide, play water games, canoe with a friend, and so much more!
WOHA Week: (July 19-25) : "We welcome you to Hantesa, we're mighty glad you're here." WOHA Week features long time Hantesa traditions, some dating back to our founding in 1919. Learn camp stories, sing traditional camp songs, and participate in Hantesa activities. Come learn our traditions and make memories and new traditions of your own.
Herman's Ranch (Grades 4-12) Cost: $520
Week 1: July 5-11
Week 2: July 12-18
Week 3: July 19-25
Outpost Trips (Grades 7-12)
July 26-August 1
Teen Leadership (Grades 8-12)
Leadership Challenge/Buckaroo: During this two-week overnight camp session, campers begin to define themselves as leaders at camp and in life. Activities include team challenges, studying mentoring styles, developing citizenship through service learning, and interacting as role models with younger campers. Similarly, Buckaroos begin working on their leadership and horsemanship skills. Buckaroos spend time at Herman's Ranch, developing their teaching abilities and horse knowledge as well as increasing their riding skills.
Apprentice/Wrangler: The Apprentice and Wrangler programs at Camp Hantesa are a service-oriented, five week program that readies high school students for future leadership roles. Typical apprenticeships are two summers in length. The program builds on leadership, communication, program delivery skills, and allow live-ins in units to learn directly from our exceptional staff. Wranglers also spend part of their time at the barn and conduct their live-ins at Herman's Ranch.
June 28-July 25
July 26 - August 8
Big Kyds Camp (Ages 21+) Cost: $440
WOHA Week: July 19-25
Activities include climbing wall, archery, riflery, pottery, canoeing, nature, sports, drama, music, outdoor education, and so much more!
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