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Accotink Adventure Camp (9-13 yrs.)

(9-13 yrs.) Join us for the ultimate outdoor camp! Activities include boating (learning about kayaking techniques and equipment), fishing, hiking, orienteering, off road biking, camping skills, animal tracking, reptile and amphibian identification, and a waterpark day. Bring snack, lunch and water bottle. Camps run rain or shine. Contact park for details on extreme weather days. No camp July 3. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Adventure Links Classic Adventure 8-10yr

(8-10 yrs.) Take part in a week of true adventures. The 8-10 yrs. group (Classic Adventure) enjoys a low and high ropes course, canoeing, outdoor living skills day and caving. The 11-13 yrs. group (Ultimate Adventure) enjoys a ropes course with zipline, kayaking, outdoor living skills day, caving and rock climbing. Instruction begins on an introductory level and progresses with the group. Once registered, go to www.adventurelinks.net/parktakes to complete required camp forms and waivers. This camp also requires FCPA camp forms from camp webpage.


Adventure Links Ultimate Adventure 11-13yr

(11-13 yrs.) Take part in a week of true adventures. The 8-10 yrs. group (Classic Adventure) enjoys a low and high ropes course, canoeing, outdoor living skills day and caving. The 11-13 yrs. group (Ultimate Adventure) enjoys a ropes course with zipline, kayaking, outdoor living skills day, caving and rock climbing. Instruction begins on an introductory level and progresses with the group. Once registered, go to www.adventurelinks.net/parktakes to complete required camp forms and waivers. This camp also requires FCPA camp forms from camp webpage.


Burke Lake Survival Camp (11-15 yrs.)

(11-15 yrs.) Join Virginia Outside for a week of outdoor adventure at Burke Lake Park. Spend the week learning survival skills like fishing, shelter building, canoeing/kayaking, fire building and orienteering through a series of fun games and challenges. Campers put their skills to the test, camping out Thursday night at the park. Dinner & breakfast provided during campout. Bring snack, lunch and water bottle. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Fishing Adventures (12-15 yrs.)

(12-15 yrs.) Fish from shore and on kayaks as you work on fishing skills with our experienced instructors. Enjoy an eight-mile float trip by kayak for smallmouth bass along the Potomac River and a chartered fishing trip on the Chesapeake Bay for Rockfish (Camp hours are 6:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Bay trip day). No camp July 3. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Jr. Potomac Adventures

Explore the Potomac by land, air and water. During this weeklong adventure, campers sample a variety of thrills. Junior Adventurers enjoy rock climbing, kayaking, ropes course, SUP and hiking while the Older Adventurers enjoy those activities plus whitewater rafting. Bring lunch and drink. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Kayak Touring & Fishing Camp (11-15 yrs.)

(11-15 yrs.) Virginia Outside introduces campers to kayaking or canoeing while fishing. Instruction covers safety, paddling and maneuvering a sit-on-top kayak or a canoe using teamwork. Enjoy various locations, fishing and sightseeing while paddling on all types of water- lakes, tidal creeks and rivers. A great way to get close to nature and learn about bass, catfish, sunfish and more. Kayaks, paddles, life vests and fishing gear provided. Bring water shoes, hat, sunscreen, lunch and water bottle. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


Lakeside Nature Discovery camp (6-10 yrs.)

(6-10 yrs.) Activities include guided nature hikes, fishing, geocaching/orienteering on shaded trails and exploring creatures and plants that live in our streams, lakes and forests. Campers also enjoy nature-themed games, live animal exhibits and boat rides (canoe, pedal boat, kayak or tour boat). Sheltered woodland pavilions provide the perfect setting for slower-paced activities including arts-and-crafts. Campers also enjoy a weekly field trip to a nearby waterpark. Bring lunch, snack and water bottle. No camp July 3. Burke Lake meets at shelter C. Camps run rain or shine. Contact park for details on extreme weather days. Once registered, download camp forms from website.


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