10 Most Unique Winter Camps Worldwide

10 Most Unique Winter Camps Worldwide

Last Updated on November 15, 2022 by Maria Kennedy

Winter camps allow campers to engage in outdoor activities like ice skating and rock climbing in different parts of the world. Besides exploring various winter activities, attending winter camp enables campers to enjoy nature and absorb vitamin D. A few minutes of sun exposure is enough to improve a camper’s mood. There are numerous winter camps worldwide to keep children and adults busy and away from their electronic devices. Still, choosing the best winter camp can be challenging. Here is a list of some of the best winter camps worldwide.

1. Les Elfes International Winter Camps

 

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Les Elfes International organizes winter camp sessions for children and teenagers aged six to 17. Besides exciting winter activities like skiing, igloo building, and sledging, campers can participate in excursions and enroll in language classes. This creates a balance of off-snow learning and outdoor adventure. The camp is located in Verbier, one of the most famous ski resorts worldwide.

Activities at this winter camp encourage children to develop teamwork, leadership, interpersonal, and confidence skills. They also get a chance to discover their potential and enjoy an exceptional camp experience. Campers can also join ski or snowboarding lessons available from beginner to advanced levels.

Les Elfes International winter camp lies in one of the most scenic locations along a south-facing plateau, guaranteeing a sunny climate. Campers visiting the Les Elfes international camp are accommodated in Swiss chalets. The winter camp program here runs from December to late April.

2. Jewish Community Center (JCC) Winter Camp Break, Missouri

The JCC winter camp provides campers with the right environment to engage in fun activities, keeping them active and engaged the entire day. There are numerous tasks for campers to explore, such as arts, sciences, crafts, and cooking. The JCC winter camp is ideal for 8th graders at the Marilyn Fox building and 5th graders at the Staenberg family complex. This camp runs for a day.

3. Ocean Lakes Family Campground, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Are your kids very young? Start preparing them for winter camp early. You can do so by accompanying them to a child-friendly campsite. Doing so introduces them to camping and the outdoors from an early age. The Ocean Lakes Family campground is a family-friendly site that offers numerous activities for children to engage in during winter. The campground hosts over 800 campsites with amenities like cable TV hookups, water, dining rooms, and electricity.

4. Prefleuri International Alpine School Winter and Summer Camps

Préfleuri is in a conventional Swiss chalet at the center of Switzerland’s picturesque Swiss Alps. A natural playground surrounds the facility. It hosts children of different nationalities from the ages of three to 14. Préfleuri is one of the world’s renowned boarding schools committed to teaching children to excel academically. Further, the facility strives to ensure learners grow emotionally, intellectually, socially, and physically.

5. EdVenture (Niseko, Japan)

EdVenture winter camp offers a wide range of on-site programs for kids aged five to 14. Being the only winter camp in Niseko, parents can enjoy some free time as their children engage in fun activities. The camp offers various programs, which include a full-day session with a private snowboard or ski lesson, a full-day program with group ski or snowboard lessons, and a half-day session without snowboard or ski lessons.

In the morning, campers in the EdVenture camp participate in educational and fun activities like riding snow bikes, toboggans, building snowboards, avalanche safety drills, and snowshoe expeditions. Campers attending full-day programs go to the mountains for their private or group lessons in the afternoon.

6. Camp Suisse

Camp Suisse is an international multi-facility organization that organizes excellent winter camp events for children and teens between seven and 17 years old. The camp facilitators are committed to developing a robust activity program filled with alpine adventure, language classes, and year-round outdoor-based education for groups and schools. Camp Suisse has branches in various alpine villages enabling it to deliver an irresistible activity program and outdoor adventure for the whole family. Grown-ups can enjoy the Montreux jazz festival by the shores of Lake Geneva while the children learn how to ski.

7. Green Camp (Bali, Indonesia)

This would be a breathtaking facility for campers looking for less extreme winter conditions and those who prefer spending winter in the tropics. The camp provides an entrepreneurial and community-integrated natural learning environment where they teach sustainability. Accommodation at Green camp comprises remarkable yurts amid an abundant jungle. Campers will enjoy fun and unique activities that challenge them emotionally, intellectually, and physically. Children between five and 14 attend the three or five-day green adventure family camp to bond with their families and connect with nature while making new friends. Five-day camp in this facility starts on December 16 before taking a break to continue later in the new year.

8. La Garenne Winter Camps


La Garenne International School offers a fun-filled winter camp for children aged six and 16. The facility boasts over 70 years of experience providing unmatched snow sports and optional academic sessions. Staff in this winter camp are qualified snowboard, and ski instructors tasked with ensuring safety at camp. The camp fees include outerwear, a ski pass, and ski hire for boarding students.

Students can opt for a full snowboard or ski program or combine their afternoon academic lessons with snow sports. The youngest students attending La Garenne Winter Camps should have basic English language skills to help them gain from the camping experience. La Garenne is committed to instilling in campers values of kindness, responsibility, and security while teaching them how to lead healthy lifestyles.

9. Lovell International Camps

Campers attending the Lovell international camps enjoy a safe and well-balanced experience that introduces them to exciting outdoor activities and a wide range of winter sports. Snowboard and ski classes are combined with other programs, allowing campers to engage in indoor rock climbing, swimming, games and sports, and arts and crafts. Located in Bern, the camp allows campers to enhance their language lessons in German, French, or English. Staff members in this camp are qualified and professional snowboard and ski instructors. The facility is both an overnight and day winter and spring camp that hosts a maximum of 60 campers.

10. Explorer International Winter Kids’ Camps

Explorer international winter camps is one of the unique winter camps that offer a homely environment for campers aged seven to 17 years. Skiers get an opportunity to engage in skiing and snowboarding at Obertauern in Austria, Europe. This location is ideal if you want your children to enjoy an adventure-filled break away from their devices. Besides a warm and welcoming environment, the facility is surrounded by breathtaking nature.

Conclusion

Whether you want to send your child to winter camp or are considering attending as a family, use this list to choose a camping facility that meets your needs.

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About Maria Kennedy

Maria Kennedy is the managing editor at Travel for Food Hub. Maria is on a full-tilt mission to share local food and travel inspiration. When she is not writing about food and travel, startups or social media, she is enjoying her time with her boys in sunny Spain.

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