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Red Oak Camp

Red Oak, a not-for-profit private camp, is proud of its mission to develop children's inner strengths through outdoor adventure. It started in 1947 with a small group of boys who worked and played at Red Barn near the Holden Arboretum. In 1959, Ken Roskos was named Executive Director of all three camps, and for 43 years he and his wife Gerry worked very hard to create a culture of fun, learning, and safety for the campers and staff.

Focus: Outdoor Activities
Cost: $1,400 Per Session

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Red Oak, a not-for-profit private camp, is proud of its mission to develop children's inner strengths through outdoor adventure. It started in 1947 with a small group of boys who worked and played at Red Barn near the Holden Arboretum. In 1959, Ken Roskos was named Executive Director of all three camps, and for 43 years he and his wife Gerry worked very hard to create a culture of fun, learning, and safety for the campers and staff.

Focus

  • Outdoor Activities

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Cost

$1,400 Per Session

Gender

Coeducational

Accreditation

American Camp Association

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