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Guide To Summer Camps

CONOE ISLAND FRENCH CAMP

CONOE ISLAND FRENCH CAMP

What we're all about...

Summer fun with a French accent since 1969. Learn French while enjoying the fun of resident camp on a private island in the San Juan Islands. French is taught at all levels by French and American staff to campers, ages 9-16. Take part in fencing, archery, sailing,kayaking, photography, theater, art, marine biology, and French cuisine during 2- and 3-week sessions. Facilities include a swimming pool, game room, sports field and tennis court.The French meals, including a 7-course Bon Voyage banquet, are not your average camp fare! With only 45 campers per session and a camper:staff ratio of 3:1, everyone gets individual attention. Financial aid available. The whole family can share the fun for 4 daysover Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends. This is a good way for families to meet other French speaking families and for future campers to find out about camp in the milieu of their own family.

CONOE ISLAND FRENCH CAMP
CONOE ISLAND FRENCH CAMP
CONOE ISLAND FRENCH CAMP
CONOE ISLAND FRENCH CAMP
CONOE ISLAND FRENCH CAMP

Contact us

Canoe Island French Camp

Connie Jones

(360) 468-2329

(360) 468-3027

Fax:

Our camp address

CONOE ISLAND FRENCH CAMP

Canoe Island

Cane Island

WA

98280

Founded:

Type:

Overnight

Age Range:

Campers:

Coed

Lodging:

tipis

Capacity:

46 campers per session

Accreditation

ACA

What we offer...

Activities

Acting, Adventure Programs, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Camping Skills, Canoe Trips, Canoeing, Ceramics/Pottery, Environmental Ed, Hiking, Kayaking, Marine Science, Nature Study, Outdoor Skills, Photography, Rappelling/Climbing, Sailing, Soccer, Swim Recreation, Theater,

Cost & Sessions

Contact us for rates & dates.

Camp Q&A

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Is tuition assistance available?