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When the exams are over and the vacations arrive, kids get bored sitting at home. Keep your kid occupied by enrolling him for a summer day camp. Summer day camps are camps which keep your kids active for an entire day. At night they return back to their respective homes. This camp works out best for parents who are working. Such parents would like their kid to have some fun during holidays and prefer them coming home at nights. These camps are entertaining as well as educative.




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Session 1O - Pre-Camp Only Staff Children - Camp Butano Creek - 1400 Canyon Road, Pescadero, CA
This unit is for the children of staff and/or pre-camp staff who will be only attending pre-camp (not a full session of camp) with a parent. Plus Package price also includes a hooded, pullover sweatshirt and a handy postage-paid stationery/pen set for ease in writing home. 925 216-4146


Geography of Park County, MT

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 2,814 square miles , of which, 2,802 square miles of it is land and 11 square miles of it is water. The highest natural point in Montana, Granite Peak at 12,807 feet , is located in Park County. The county attained its present boundaries in 1978, when the former Yellowstone National Park county-equivalent was dissolved and apportioned between Gallatin County and Park County. Gallatin County received 99.155 square miles of land area and 0.119 square miles of water area, whereas Park County received 146.229 square miles of land area and 0.608 square miles of water area. The geographies transferred are known now as Census Tract 14 in Gallatin County, and as Census Tract 6 in Park County. Major highways Interstate 90 U.S. Highway 89 U.S. Highway 191 ? Montana Highway 86 Adjacent counties Gallatin County, Montana - west Meagher County, Montana - north Sweet Grass County, Montana - east Stillwater County, Montana - east Carbon County, Montana - east Park County, Wyoming - south Meagher County Gallatin County Sweet Grass County , Stillwater County , and Carbon County    Park County, Montana     Park County, Wyoming Park Counties in Montana and Wyoming are among the very few pairs of counties in the United States with the same name to border each other across state lines. National protected areas Custer National Forest Gallatin National Forest Lewis and Clark National Forest Yellowstone National Park .

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