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Hey, Camp Folks!

We love talking about a wide array of topics on this Blog, but one of our most frequent and consistent topics is to feature one of the many summer camps with whom we have the joy of working. We’re swinging our Everything Summer Camp camp spotlight over to the American Southwest, north of Lake Tahoe where we find Meadow Mountain Ranch.

A sleepaway camp for boys and girls from 7 to 16, Meadow Mountain Ranch summer camp is situated on a spacious ranch of 900 acres in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. At Meadow Mountain, they offer a traditional, classic camp program, where the Meadow Mountain philosophy lets the campers naturally form bonds and strong friendships—almost like a big family! With over 60 summers under their belt, the folks at Meadow Mountain know what they’re doing!

A magical experience, full of fresh and fun opportunities, Meadow Mountain campers learn and try their hand at Animal Care, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Campfires, Ceramics, CILT (Campers in Leadership Training), Color Wars, Drama, Fencing, Fishing, High Ropes, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Out Trips, Paintball, Photography, Riflery, Water Sports, Lagoon (the most popular spot on a hot summer day!), and plenty more!

Campers convene at mealtimes in the rustic and historical Dining Hall that feels like hanging out in a lodge. Campers are able to eat under a canopy outside as well with a great view of the campground meadows and lagoon. It’s also where they throw their camp-wide dance parties. 

Cabin groups are assigned according to age and gender. Each cabin has electricity, wall-to-wall carpeting, and is complete with its own bathroom and shower facilities. Campers are accommodated in twin-sized cozy wooden bunk beds. The bathrooms provide great shelving and countertop space. And many offer a great view from a front deck, overlooking the central meadow!

If you’re interested in spending a summer at Meadow Mountain Ranch, give them a closer look—hop over to their website by clicking right here. Maybe you’ll be going there for your next summer camp experience! Have a blast and, as always, thanks for reading!


- John


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