Camp Shi'ini

  • San Marino, CA
  • Camp Type: Day
  • Age of Campers: All ages
  • Gender of Campers: Coed

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OUR MISSION: For over sixty years, Camp Shi’ini has provided active and entertaining camp activities for boys and girls without a prolonged absence from home. Our goal is to provide an enjoyable and safe environment for children, while also educating them about Native American folklore through interactive and action-packed surroundings. We are the “ultimate camping experience” in the greater Pasadena area. Since 1947, Camp Shi’ini has developed an outstanding legacy, creating childhood memories bound to last a lifetime. It is truly an experience that captivates the hearts and imaginations of every camper. We are extremely proud to invite you to join us for our best season yet. OUR THEME: Camp Shi’ini is a Native American themed camp that lasts five weeks each summer. Shi’ini, pronounced “Shee-nee,” is a Navajo word meaning “Summer People.” Our theme is portrayed in several daily events, including: horseback riding, fishing, canoeing, archery, athletics, hiking, games, crafts, swimming, and an extraordinary month-long treasure hunt! While at camp, the children are broken into various groups according to their ages. Each of these groups functions as a separate unit throughout the day. There are a total of 12 groups, each composed of 13 campers and 2 counselors.

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