Payette County, ID Summer Camps

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Photography Summer Camps
Kids usually love to click pictures of anything and everything around them. These kids can get the necessary photography training in photography summer camps. These camps cover everything; from handling the camera, to clicking the pictures and then developing the prints in a photography lab. Depending on the level of the kids’s photography skills, the campers are taught about different levels of photography. Normally the campers are required to bring their own cameras like the SLRs. Other devices too should be taken along like tripod, lenses, etc. but these are optional in many of the classes.




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CAP Discovery Camp ONE (Girls) - Keystone Science School Campus - 1053 Soda Ridge Rd, Keystone, CO
Colorful Colo-RAD-O CAP Leadership Focus: Goal-Setting and Introspection Curriculum Features: Animal adaptations, flora ID, forest mapping CAPs will be placed in an adventure day option upon arrival at camp, based on availability. The options for this session are Whitewater Rafting or Rock Climbing. 970-455-4228


Geography of Payette County, ID

Payette County is the smallest county in land area in Idaho. According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 410.19 square miles , of which 407.52 square miles is land and 2.67 square miles is water. Adjacent counties Washington County - north Gem County - east Canyon County - south Malheur County , Oregon - west Historical populations Census Pop. %± 1920 7,021 — 1930 7,318 4.2 % 1940 9,511 30.0 % 1950 11,921 25.3 % 1960 12,363 3.7 % 1970 12,401 0.3 % 1980 15,722 26.8 % 1990 16,434 4.5 % 2000 20,578 25.2 % 2010 22,623 9.9 % sources: National protected area Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge Rivers Snake River Payette River Highways - US 95 - US 30 - I 84 - SH-52 - .

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