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Keyauwee Program Center

Map2574 Sweetbriar Road
Sophia, NC 27350
336-861-1198
    Categories:
  • Girls Only
  • Leadership
  • Recreation
  • Sports

Description:

Sessions run from June 19-July 30
3-day, 6-day and 12-day sessions
Open to all girls entering grades 1-12
Fee: Varies (starting at $175 and up) Receive a $50 discount on camp sessions if you register between January 15-March 13.
Keyauwee Program Center, an all-girls camp, is located just south of Greensboro, NC in Randolph County on 350 acres. It is a multipurpose site with an Olympic-size swimming pool with diving well, riding stables with a covered arena, 50-ft Alpine Tower, archery range, sports court, several large playing fields and more. We keep the girls active, busy and having fun as they climb, swim, ride and craft their way through their time with us in a safe, ACA-accredited facility.
For additional information, please visit www.camplikeagirl.org

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