Summer Camps

Summer Camps

Summer Camps

Summertime means fun time and that means summer camps for kids.  North Idaho has a large selection of camps to choose from.  Day camps, week camps, sports camps and more.  Here’s a list to browse.








Residential Camps

All phone numbers 208 unless otherwise stated.

Coeur d’Alene Area

Camp Cross
McDonald Point, Lake Coeur d’Alene
Grades 2-12, Adult and Family, May-Oct
Canoeing, hiking, Dutch oven cooking.
Cost: $90-275

Camp Four Echoes
Lake Coeur d’Alene, Worley
Girls grades 2-12, June-Aug
Girl Scouts. Windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, sports, cooking, photography, hiking.
Cost: $150-600. Scholarships available.
800-827-9478 ext. 227

Camp Lutherhaven
3258 W. Lutherhaven Rd., Coeur d’Alene
Ages 4-18, June-Aug
Residential Bible. High-ropes adventure course, climbing tower, waterfront.
Cost: $100-350. Financial assistance, transportation and scholarships available.
667-3459 ext. 13

Camp MiVoden
17415 E. Hayden Lake Rd., Hayden
Ages 8-17 and Family, June-Aug
Seventh-Day Adventist. Wakeboard, swimming, drama, crafts.
Cost: $300-340

Camp Sweyolakan
Lake Coeur d’Alene
Ages 6-18, June-Aug
Camp Fire USA. Kayaking, outdoor cooking, sailing, horseback riding, backpacking, hiking, arts and crafts, rock climbing.
Cost: $275-525. Financial assistance available.

Legacy Kids Camp
Silver Lake Camp, Medical Lake, WA
Grades 3–6, Aug
Real Life Ministries camp.
Cost: $179

North Idaho Catholic Youth Camp
Shoshone Base Camp, North Fork, Cd’A River
Grades 5-15, July
Zip-lining, river tubing, rock climbing, campfires.
Cost: $225-250. Scholarships available

Ross Point Baptist Camp
Post Falls
Grades K-12, June-July
Softball, swim, bouldering wall, kayaking.
Cost: $175-252

Shoshone Creek Ranch Camp
North Fork, Coeur d’Alene River
Ages 8-18, July-Aug
Residential Bible operated by Lutherhaven. Horseback riding, swimming, crafts.
Cost: $336-431
667-3459 ext. 13

Twin Lakes Friends Camp
8068 W. Radmer Rd., Rathdrum
Grades 1-12, June-Aug
Christian-themed residential camp.
Cost: $165-185. Scholarships available.

Twinlow Camp
Grades 1-12, June-Aug
United Methodist Church Camp. Games, waterskiing, crafts, swimming, canoeing.
Cost: $175-424

Sandpoint Area

Cocolalla Lake Bible Camp
209 N. Cocolalla Loop Rd., Cocolalla
Ages 9-18 and Family, July-Aug
Swimming, canoeing, paddle boats.
Cost: $120-170

Twin Eagles Summer Camps
Ages 6-18 and Family, June-July
Day and residential. Nature awareness, animal tracking, wild edible and medicinal plants.
Cost: $165-695

Schweitzer Summer Camp
Schweitzer Resort, Sandpoint
Ages 6-11, July-Aug
Hiking, crafts, swimming.
Cost: $160 per week; $150, season pass holders.
877-ITS-IN-ID ext. 2152

Youth Horsemanship Camp
Western Pleasure Guest Ranch, 1413 Upper Gold Creek, Sandpoint
Ages 10-16, June-Aug
Hands-on experiences with horses.
Cost: starting at $680. Scholarships available.

Day & Week Camps

Boys and Girls Club
200 W. Mullan Avenue, Post Falls
Ages 6-18, July-Aug
Breakfast Program 7-9am (additional $5 per day per child), Regular Program 9am-5pm (lunch and snacks included).
Cost: $20 per child, addition fee for day camp.

Camp Ka-Mee-Lin
Kiwanis Park, Post Falls
City of Post Falls Recreation Department
Ages 5-11, June-Aug

Camp Kroc
Salvation Army, Coeur d’Alene Kroc Community Center
Ages 6-13, June-Aug
Eight different one week programs in both Discovery Camps and Specialty Skills Camps.
Cost: starting at $31

Church of the Nazarene
4000 N. 4th St., Coeur d’Alene
Ages 8-14, June-Aug

Outbackers Day Camp
Camp Sweyolakan, Lake Coeur d’Alene.
Grades 1-6, July-Aug
Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, Aqua Jump, outdoor cooking, hiking, archery.
Cost: $225. Transportation provided.

School PLUS Day Camp/Childcare
Coeur d’Alene School Disrtict 271 at selected elementary schools.
Grades K-6, June-Aug

Educational Camps

Camp Invention
Sandpoint and Coeur d’Alene
Nonprofit science enrichment camp.
Grades 1-6, June
Cost: $220

NXT Robotics Camp for Kids
North Idaho College
Ages 9-18, June

Summer Science Camp
Discover Technology, Hayden
Grades 1-8, June-July
Robotics, physics, adventures
Cost: $175

Art & Theater Camps

Christian Youth Theater
Coeur d’Alene
Grades 1-12, July-Aug

Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission
Harding Family Center, 411 N. 15th., Coeur d’Alene
Ages 5-15, June-July
Drawing, painting, music, kitchen, stage improv, cultural arts, mixed media, reading.

Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre
NIC Schuler Performing Arts Center

Jacklin Center Drama Workshop
405 N. William St., Post Falls

Lake City Playhouse Summer Programs
1320 E. Garden Ave., Coeur d’Alene

Music Conservatory of Sandpoint Summer Music Camp
110 Main St., Sandpoint

Sandpoint Arts Alliance
Sandpoint Center for the Arts, 518 Oak St.
Ages 6-18

Summer Drama Camp
Coeur d’Alene High School
Ages 6-18, June

Sports Camps

North Idaho College
1000 W. Garden Ave., Coeur d’Alene
Grades 3-12, June-Aug
Basketball, soccer, volleyball, wrestling, softball, baseball.

NIC Outdoor Pursuits Youth Adventure Camp
1000 W. Garden Ave., Coeur d’Alene
Ages 12-16, June
Rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, white water rafting, sailing, hiking. Includes equipment and transportation.
Cost: $250

NIC Outdoor Pursuits Youth Sailing Camp
NIC Beach, Lake Coeur d’Alene
Ages 12-16, July
Learn sailing. Equipment, safety, and terminology covered.
Cost: $200

Off The Bench Sports Camp
Lake City Community Church, Coeur d’Alene
Ages 4-12, July
Basketball, soccer, cheerleading, flag football.

Post Falls Parks and Recreation

Rathdrum Parks and Recreation

Sandpoint Parks and Recreation

Skyhawk Sports Camps
Ramsey Field and Woodland Middle School, Coeur d’Alene
Thunder Dome, Hayden
Ages 4-12, June-Aug
Basketball, baseball, tennis, soccer, football
Cost $55-135

Special Needs Camps

Camp All Stars
Coeur d’Alene
Specialized Needs Recreation day camps for developmental disablitites and/or physical, mental and emotional challenges.
Ages 4-21, June-Aug

Camp Connect
Panhandle Autism Society day camps

Camp Independence
TESH Inc., 3327 Industrial Loop, Coeur d’Alene
Ages 4-21, June-Aug
For children with special needs. A variety of activities.

Camp No Limits
Camp Cross, Lake Coeur d’Alene
Ages All, July
For children and adults with limb loss. Parent and child peer support, adapted recreational activities, prosthetic education.

3 thoughts on “Summer Camps

  1. Steve Honig

    Our grandkids are coming up for a week this summer and we want to find a day camp that will accept a 4 and 7 year old. The list of camps offered here do not show that they will take a 4 year old. Any suggestions? thanks Steve

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