In Robin Hill, campers are preparing for the new social dynamics of middle school as they work together to design a week filled with classic camp activities such as climbing our rock tower, taking aim in archery, getting creative with arts and crafts, or exploring the beauty of Namanu on a hike. At Namanu, 6th graders are regularly encouraged to share their thoughts and opinions within an inclusive and caring community of their peers and counselors as they gain experience in the outdoors while building forts, cooking meals together, or sleeping under the stars. 6th grade is also the first year that they are invited to participate in our low challenge course or go on a hike through one of the creeks. Robin Hill campers complete their camp experience by living in screened, open-air cabins and singing songs around the campfire.
Robin Hill campers also have the option to sign up for a Trail Ride at our Namanu Ranch for an additional fee. Trail Ride space is limited. A trail ride made may be added to the registration at checkout or you may contact the Registrar to add to an existing registration.
Camp Namanu is proud to provide financial assistance to youth each summer. Scholarships are provided through generous donations from individuals, organizations and partners.
Please register for your first choice of sessions and pay a required deposit before submitting applications for financial assistance.
Questions: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (971) 340-1608
Namanu alum and mom to Kasen
Kasen, attended Mini Blue Wing for his first time at the age of 6 though his first visit was to family camp in 2009 when he was 9 days old. Since then he has returned for Family Camp every year it has been offered and many service weekends, initially hanging out in Raker doing arts and crafts, and now eagerly wanting to go on hikes and write letters to Mr Skriggleboggle.
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