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Yola! Camp Shohola!

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Hey, Camp Fans!

Here at Everything Summer Camp, we work with more than 270 camps and we’re eager to share what excellent camps each and every one of them is. Today we’re shining our summer camp spotlight over some good, classic Pennsylvanian land. Perhaps you’re familiar with Camp Shohola? Let me give you the virtual tour…

In the mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania, the beautiful natural setting of camp abounds at Camp Shohola. Showing 160 boys the time of their lives each summer keeps Camp Shohola a nice, small camp where everybody knows one another.Fun times at Camp Shohola are sure to be a roll-a

Between adventure and sports, there’s lots of fun on the Shohola land with activities like Archery, Backpacking, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Conditioning, Flag Football, Golf, Equestrian Horse Riding, Lacrosse, Martial Arts, Mountain Biking, Outdoor Biking, Riflery, Rock Climbing, Roller Hockey, Rugby, Skateboarding, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, Wrestling, and more!

Fun abounds in the water of the beautiful 70-acre Lake Greeley where campers can exercise their Swimming skills and have fun with Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Kayaking, Lifeguarding, Sailing, Waterskiing, and Windsurfing.

Shohola campers also get to try their hand at cool artistic activities including Cartooning, Murals, Painting, Pottery, Rock Band, Rocketry, Stained Glass, Silver Shop, as well as Woodshop. And they offer a pretty cool tech program that they call CommTech. Pick up cool experience with Computer Programming, Photography, Radio Broadcasting, Robotics, Video Production, Web Design, and much more!

The campground at Shohola is a complementary campus of well-maintained facilities that accentuate the beauty of the natural surroundings. Just about every day is framed on “The Hill” at the center of camp—the cabin grove most campers (except for the Working Seniors) and counselors reside for the camp stay.

Camp Shohola is the brother camp to Netimus whose camp spotlight has already been published—check it out by clicking here. And to get a closer look at Camp Shohola, check out their website by clicking here. And, as always, thanks for reading!


- John


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