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Synonyms for camping

the act of encamping and living in tents in a camp

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The city of Los Angeles offers year-round group camping opportunities at its out-of-town camps.
The high-end camps in the majority culture didn't welcome minorities when I was growing up," concurs Eleanor Minus, chairperson of African-Americans in Camping and director of the Methodist Camp Service in New York City.
A good place to start is the American Camping Association (ACA).
MINNEAPOLIS -- Courage Center, a nationally-known rehabilitation and resource center for people with disabilities, announced today that its residential and day camp programs have been accredited by the American Camping Association.
Teresa Nicodemus, assistant editor of CAMP and Camping Magazine, serves on the marketing and communications team for the American Camp Association.
For a list of accredited summer camps, try the following Web sites: the American Camping Association's www.
Many day and residential summer camps still have space available, the American Camping Association (ACA), Northern California Section announced today.
Peg Smith, executive director of the American Camping Association, understands the lure of the specialty camps.
Paul who grew up with heart disease, believes that every child should have the opportunity to benefit from a summer camping experience.
As a native of Moscow, Russia, I would not ever have dreamed that someday I would be studying for my master's degree as a Fulbright Scholar in Chicago, attending the International Camping Congress in Mexico City, and more importantly, progressing step-by-step toward my ultimate goal of working in the camp field.
Camping today not only involves traditional activities - hiking, swimming and horseback riding - but computers, tutoring, magic, karate, filmmaking, clowning and acting.
Originally published in the 2006 March/April issue of Camping Magazine.
There is a specialty for every specialty,'' said Bob Schultz of the American Camping Association, an 86-year-old organization that accredits youth camps for health, safety and program quality.
Originally published in the 2006 May/June issue of Camping Magazine.
Teresa Nicodemus, assistant editor of Camping Magazine, serves on the marketing and communications team for the American Camp Association.