Youth Camps and Education
Hiking, sports, arts and crafts, outdoor living skills, swimming, fishing, dance, performing arts and more provide special experiences for youth of all ages. Apple Canyon Center can be your base for creating childhood memories that will last a lifetime.
With a plethora of ecosystems for observation, Apple Canyon Center offers exceptional outdoor education opportunities.
At Camp, giving to others less fortunate has long been a cherished value, and we recognize that teaching this value to our youth is an important responsibility. Accordingly, we provide service projects to the larger community that benefit our camping programs for children with cancer. Our service projects and informative program presentations provide meaningful outreach opportunities to school groups, youth camps and professional retreats. Service projects can be tailored to the skills and abilities of your group. Contact Brian Crater, Associate Executive Director, for Boy Scout Eagle Scout and Girl Scout Gold Award Projects.
The site and facilities are available to groups of 75 or more and include housing and food service. Download our "Information Packet" for a listing of fees.
Our goal is to provide your group with the best possible food service program that will enhance your event and experience at Apple Canyon Center.
Our food service staff is committed to:
- Serving the highest quality food to guests of Apple Canyon Center.
- Creating an atmosphere where one can refuel the spirit as well as the body.
Apple Canyon Center has a variety of overnight, recreational and meeting accommodations for up to 200 people. Download our "Information Packet" for more information. View Photo Gallaries showing some of our site facilities:
Apple Canyon Center is accredited by the American Camp Association.