Billings, MT Summer Camps

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Camp Invention - Montana
Billings, MT  

This summer, invest in the skills that will help your child achieve his or her full potential throughout the school year. Nonprofit Invent Nows premier program, Camp Invention, is a weeklong adventur...

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Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
 
 
Kid Kollege Summer Day Camps
Billings, MT  
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Residential Camp
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Traditional Camps
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Coed
 
 
Nbc Camps Montana
Billings, MT  
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Residential Camp
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Traditional Camps
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Coed
 
 
Templed Hills Baptist Camp
Billings, MT  
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Residential Camp
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Religious Camps: Baptist
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Coed
 
 
Audubon Adventures In Nature
Billings, MT  

We offer outdoors hands-on activities for all ages of campers. Visit our website for detailed information on camp sessions www.mtacec.orgWe offer outdoors hands-on activities for all ages of campers. Visit our website for detailed information on camp...

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Day Camp
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Adventure Camps: Canoeing
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Coed
 

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About Billings, MT

Billings is the largest city in the U.S. state of Montana, and is the principal city of the Billings Metropolitan Area, the largest metropolitan area in over 500 miles . With a trade area of over half a million people it is the largest metropolitan area between Denver and Calgary and between Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Spokane, Washington.

Before the city

William Clark’s inscription on Pompeys Pillar Much of Billings is located in the Yellowstone Valley, carved out by the Yellowstone River. Over 10 million years ago, this valley was underwater with the tops of the Rimrocks, 500-to-800-foot cliffs to the north and east of downtown, being a prehistoric beach. Some pictographs in the Pictograph Cave 6 miles south of Billings are 2,100 years old. The Pictograph, Middle, and Ghost cave complex were home to generations of prehistoric hunters. Approximately 30,000 artifacts, ranging from stone tools, weapons, paintings and the instruments used, have been identified from the site. They were carved from the Eagle sandstone cliff by the forces of water and wind. The Crow Indians frequented this area from about the year 1700. In 1806, William Clark traveled through the region on the Lewis and Clark Expedition. He inscribed his name on Pompey's Pillar, a rock formation 25 miles northeast of Billings, on July 25, 1806 William Clark...