Camp Friendship

USA, Palmyra, VA 22963


Camp Friendship is a place to be you! Welcoming campers and staff from all over the world, we provide the opportunity for them to learn about cultures and traditions different from their own. Diverse by design, we offer a vibrant and accepting environment that recognizes and nurtures each child’s unique gifts. Campers have the freedom to express their individuality and to celebrate differences outside their typical social scenery.

Junior Village: a warm and welcoming home-away-from-home for our 7-12 year old campers. Junior Village provides a fun, inclusive and positive environment that encourages children to be themselves.

Senior Village: a great place for teens 13-16 years old to have their own space on camp.

The Equestrian Camp is a full day equestrian program for girls from 9 to 16 years old who LOVE horses. All levels and disciplines are welcome, from girls who have never been on a horse to those that have been riding their entire lives. Camp Friendship strongly believes that when developing the equestrians of tomorrow, safe horsemanship and care of the animal are just as important to teach as mounted skills. Our campers are matched with a horse or pony for their entire session allowing them to connect and progress together.

“I Wish The Whole World Was Like Camp Friendship!”

There are more then 35 different activities in the Camp to choose from!

Meal:  3 meals;

Type:  Eco; Family; Horse; Multiadventure; Sport; Teenager;

Language:  English;

Seasons:  Summer season;

Country:  USA;

Accommodation:  10/12 persons per cabin (Junior Girls ages 7-12); 10/14 persons per cabin (Junior Boys ages 7-12); 8 persons per cabin (Senior Village 1 ages 13&14); 4 persons per cabin (Senior Village 2 ages 15&16);

Safety:  Private campus 24 / 7 security service;

Price:  from 1300 usd/week for Junior Village (ages 7-12)/Senior Village (ages 13-16); from 1500 usd/week for Equestrian Camp Girls (ages 9-16);

Age:  from 7 -16 ;

Company name:  Camp Friendship

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