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Camp Highlander

Camp Highlander offers extensive selections of both outdoor and indoor activities as well as sports. We provide a broad academic focus combining fun and engaging activities with elements including physics, mathematics and botany. These highly captivating camps and activities share a common philosophy of encouraging good choices and fostering a healthy lifestyle among kids. Furthermore, the programs promote diversity and a love for the outdoors. The important developmental skills that are taught include teamwork, leadership, adaptability, flexibility, conflict resolution, brainstorming, attention-span, resilience and confidence, to name just a few. These soft skills are taught through climbing, swimming, hiking, camp games, team play, dance, karate and so much more.

UPDATE: We are proud to share that UC Riverside's Neuroscience Outreach Team was awarded the 2022 Outstanding Commitment to Higher Education Outreach Award for their work on Brain Awareness Day and Camp Highlander. For more information on our collaboration, please visit the Inside UCR news article.

ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN CAMP HIGHLANDER

Our camps and programs are attached to a framework that teaches and shapes interdisciplinary skills (soft skills) to the kids we work with.

Youth Program Specifics

Learn more about our mission and review important policies and documents.

OPERATION PURPLE CAMP

CAMP HIGHLANDER - JUNE 21-24

CAMP HIGHLANDER - JULY 25-29

CAMP HIGHLANDER - AUGUST 1-5

CAMP HIGHLANDER DOCUMENTS



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Camp Highlander Age Groups

Camp Highlander offers activities and instruction that are fun, engaging and educational for all age groups. 


Camp Highlander Gallery

  • SRC 1994
  • SRC 1994
  • SRC 1994 - 2012
  • SRC 1994 - 2012
  • SRC 1994 - 2012
  • SRC 1994 - 2012

“The camp was just as great as last time for my kids. I know it made a big impact in my two nieces who are normally very shy and closed in. My youngest niece came home and said I made a friend Auntie. So thank you. They also learned a lot of teambuilding.”

– Camp Highlander Parent