Junior High Camp

Site: Sawtooth Camp

Dates: 7/7/2019 - 7/13/2019

Age Level: Completed Grades 6th-8th

Cost: Subsidized Rate: $390 | Full Rate: $440

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Come up to the mountains to share good times and fellowship with other junior high students.  Sawtooth Camp offers hiking, swimming, mountain biking, campfires, and s’more!

What makes Sawtooth Special?
-Fishing & Swimming on the S. Fork Boise River
-Challenge Course
-Mountain Biking
-Hikes to such places as: Goat Lake, Red Horse Mine, Paradise Creek 
-Cookouts and campfires
-Caring Counselors 
-Mix of small and large group activities
... And all this with a “Fresh pine scent!”

Check-in at Sawtooth Camp will be from 3pm–4pm on Sunday.  Pick-up is at 9:30am on Saturday

Registration Questions? Contact Holly Dolan: registrar@gocamping.org / (503) 802-9214. 

GETTING READY FOR CAMP:    Our website has the information about what to bring, directions to camp,  camp policies and health forms on one page:  READY, SET, GO to CAMP!

If registering by mail, please send a completed health form to the camp at least 10 days before the camp begins and send a copy with your camper if they are taking the bus.  

If you have special dietary needs, please contact the camp at least two weeks in advance. (Contact information below.)

Mailing address:
Sawtooth Camp 
PO Box 68
Fairfield, ID  83327       

Bus Transportation to Sawtooth Camp 

If you’d like to avoid driving the last 30 miles into the camp, send your child on the bus from Fairfield or Jerome to Sawtooth Camp. 

The cost for the Sawtooth bus is $15 one-way or $20 round-trip   You must be pre-registered online or through the Camping Office to take the bus (503-802-9214).

Bus stops and times:
Departing Sundays at:
Jerome (United Methodist Church) 12:30 p.m. 
Fairfield (Wrangler Restaurant) 1:45 p.m.

Returning Saturdays approximately by:  
Fairfield (Wrangler Restaurant) 11:30 a.m.
Jerome (United Methodist Church) 1:30 p.m. 

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