School’s out, or just about, in North America. Many parents are still trying to find ways to entertain their kids outside of the routine of school and after-school activities. Even the pickiest of kids will love an eco-adventure camp. It just sounds cool and these picks offer plenty to see and do that doesn’t even involve a screen or wifi connection. You’ll love that they are connecting with nature, they’ll love that you gave them an exciting summer of making memories and new friends.

Adventure Camps for Kids

Adventure Summer Camps for Kids on Globetrotting Mama

Mount Seymour Eco-Adventure Summer Camps, British Columbia

Nothing says adventure like heading to the top of a mountain to explore and play. This camp offers a mix of indoor and outdoor activities, with plenty of ways to keep the kids engaged and entertained all day long. The kids will learn about nature, survival, and enjoy learning-based crafts. There is also a youth program, that includes an overnight camping experience.

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Eco Adventure Camp, Ontario

Older kids will love the opportunity to explore nature, and develop their love and interest in science. This camp is located north of Kingston, with transportation provided to and from Queen’s campus. Campers 10-14 are offered a day camp program, and Leaders in Training (ages 15-18) are offered a 4-day program, with 2-overnights at Elgin Lake.

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Tamwood Camps – Whistler Leadership & Adventure Camp, British Columbia

This sounds like the ultimate summer adventure for teens (13 – 17 years). You’ll learn how to rock climb, hike, mountain bike, kayak and essential survival skills for camping in the great outdoors.

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Bold Earth Teen Adventures – Various Countries Around the World

This is an experience that will challenge your notion of teen summer camp! Your lucky teen will get to visit an exciting new location, explore and safely acquire new independence in a program that is structured and supported. Most programs are offered for 14-18 year olds, and there is a range of experiences to choose from, including ones with a community service element. This is a very unique experience for the travel-loving teen.

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Action Quest – Various Countries Around the World

This camp/travel experience connects teens with new friends from around the world to head out on adventures based around a common interest like community service, marine biology or sailing. Choose your adventure, and your destination for teens.

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