About USA Summer Camp
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Different Types of Camp
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About Summer Camp
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Types of Camp
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Places to Go
Your Travel Guide to America's Greatest Places
America has many incredible beaches to choose from, each with their own character and style. Find the perfect surf or simply soak up the sun. Visit Muscle Beach, Jersey Shore or South Beach among many others.
Dust of your boots, grab and map and follow one a nature trail in one of America’s National Parks. The chances of one being close to camp is extremely high. We’ve listed the top ones to tick off your list.
You can get the chance to become a character in your favourite movies and TV shows. America has loads of locations used for cinematic backdrops. Book on a tour or find them yourself.
Get a taste of the real America and do something out of the ordinary. Every State will have their own history and iconic visiting attractions, some more weird and wonderful than others.
Don’t miss out on watching a game. All the big stadiums will give you a day you’ll never forget and the smaller teams will show you true character. Remember they will run tours and special events.
One thing you must do in America is visit a theme park. You’ve got plenty to choose from and there’s a lot more than you think! See what’s close to you and start planning.
Spend a few days in the Big Apple and take in everything that Manhattan has to offer. Catch a glimpse of the iconic skyline from the Empire State Building to the Statue of Liberty.
The Windy City! Get a taste of the best pizza pies of your life here. Keep your eyes to the sky as there’s are plenty of architectural stunners including the tallest building in the USA.
The home of casinos, late nights and over-the-top hotels. If anywhere in America does it big, it’s Vegas. It’s the ultimate party city that never seems to end.
The nation's capital city. A perfect place to visit on a budget. DC is home to some monumental statues and buildings which are all free to see.
A city full of grassy parks and Museums makes Boston a great place to visit on a shoestring. Wander around the world famous Harvard or watch the Red Sox playing at Fenway Park.
Immerse yourself in the sights, smells and Jazz sounds of the place they call the ‘Big Easy’. A place that’s proud to introduce you to its cultural melting pot of history, tastes and music - one being the spicy jerk chicken.
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