Boise County, ID Summer Camps

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Wilderness Summer Camps
Wilderness summer camps are for kids of all age groups who love nature and love spending time in the wilderness of the forests and mountains. It is a great way to spend your time with friends amongst nature and wildlife. Spending time in these camps helps the kids to relax from their schools and exams and assist in rejuvenating them to be able to go through the next academic year ahead. Apart from relaxation, these camps hold a number of different activities and always keep the campers on their toes, thus helping them sharpen their old skills and learn new ones.

Week IV COMBO UE -Maker Space and Physics - Franciscan Montessori Earth School - 14750 SE Clinton St., Portland, OR
Two half-day camps combined for a full day of fun. Reduced price. See individual camp descriptions for details. Maker Space- AM session (8:30 - 11:30) Physics - PM session (12:30 - 3:30) Lunch supervision provided between sessions. 503-760-8220 x253

Geography of Boise County, ID

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 1,906.76 square miles , of which 1,902.46 square miles is land and 4.30 square miles is water. The highest point in the county is Thompson Peak at 10,751 feet , on its eastern border in the Sawtooth Wilderness . The county's lowest point is on the Payette River , on its western border with Gem County , at approximately 2,500 feet . Adjacent counties Valley County - north Custer County - east Elmore County - south Ada County - southwest Gem County - northwest National protected areas Boise National Forest Sawtooth National Recreation Area Sawtooth Wilderness Highways SH-21 - Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway SH-52 SH-55 - Payette River Scenic Byway The county's two primary routes are scenic byways. For the majority of their length in the county, both are two-lane undivided highways. The Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway on State Highway 21 climbs northeast from Boise to Idaho City and Lowman , and ends at Stanley in Custer County , at the junction with State Highway 75 . The Payette River Scenic Byway on State Highway 55 is a designated national scenic byway . It heads north from Eagle to Horseshoe Bend and climbs the whitewater of the Payette River to Cascade and McCall in Valley County , and ends at New Meadows in Adams County , at the junction with U.S. Route 95 . .

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