Kayaking Camps

6 Kayaking Camps

Summer kayaking camps for kids and teens in the US and Canada as well as overseas.

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Ecomarine Ocean Kayaking Camp

Adventure Camp: Kayaking

Co-ed - Day Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada - (604) 689-7575

Ecomarine has operated youth camps for 14 years at our Jericho Beach location in Vancouver. Youth from ages 8 to 16 can enjoy learning about ocean kayaking with certified Instructors. Camps run from Monday to Friday every week each summer. Check our website for dates, times and prices.

Camp Carolina

Adventure Camp: Kayaking

Boys Only - Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: Non-denominational

Brevard, North Carolina, USA - (828) 884-2414

Since 1924, in the Blue Ridge Mountain of Western NC, we have been helping boys learn skills in a variety of activities, make friends from around the world and become better citizens while having a fun time. As the boys get older they move into leadership programs here in NC or in another country.

Moss Bay

Adventure Camp: Kayaking

Day and Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Seattle, Washington, USA - (206) 682-2031

Tall Ship Summer Sailing

Adventure Camp: Kayaking

Co-ed - Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Long Beach, California, USA - (909) 625-6194

A live-on-board sail training and marine biology summer camp. Campers sail the California Channel Islands, see whales and dolphins, explore islands, snorkel and scuba, sleep in own bunk, showers, great food.

White Water Learning Center of Ga. Kayak Day Camp

Adventure Camp: Kayaking

Co-ed - Day Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Canton, Georgia, USA - (404) 323-6136

Campers spend 2 fun-filled days at Allatoona Lake learning basic kayaking skills and 3 days paddling scenic class I-II north Georgia rivers. Equipment & transportation included. No experience req.

A New River Expedition

Adventure Camp: Kayaking

Co-ed - Overnight Camp
Religious Affiliation: None

Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, USA - (276) 293-1232

Ages 13-17, July 14-17 kayak and primitive camp on the New River: snorkel, fly fish, river clean-up

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