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Business Listing   American Terrain - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 682-3971


Business Listing   American Terrain Outdoors - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 682-8928


Business Listing   Camp Watitoh - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 428-1894


Business Listing   Elmwood Day - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 592-6121


Business Listing   Mohawk Day Camps - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 949-2635


Business Listing   Morry's - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 592-3055


Business Listing   MVP Basketball Camps - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 946-1231


Business Listing   Play Group Theatre - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 946-4433


Business Listing   Ridgeway Nursery School & Kindergarten - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 949-3134


Business Listing   YMCA - Central & Northern Westchester White Plains - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 949-8030


Business Listing   YWCA of White Plains & Central Stchstr Actvts BLDG - White Plains, NY - Phone: (914) 949-6227


   
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Helpful Definition for: Camps


Camps in White Plains offer meaningful nature experiences to people of all ages, and provide opportunities to engage kids in nature through immersion in the wild outdoors to promote environmental awareness, compassion, leadership and an ethic of care for the earth. Camp skills are related to various outdoor sports and recreational activities. They range from archery and fishing to high ropes and orienteering. They provide a mix of exciting adventure and wildlife activities. One learns to survive in the New York woods with constructing shelters, fire-making skills, cooking, looking for edibles, catching fish, spending nights under the stars. Through experiential learning, one feels more connected and committed to the environment.

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