Dubois, WY Summer Camps

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Soar, Inc
Dubois, WY 82513  

SOAR provides adventure experiences for youth with LD and AD/HD. Programs in NC, FL, WY, CA, IL, and Costa Rica. Emphasis placed on developing self-esteem and self confidence, social skills, time managememnt strategies and orginization....

Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Academics, Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Boating, Caving, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking, Rafting, Team Building, Wilderness Trips, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Fishing, Hiking, International Culture, Riflery, SCUBA, Travel/Tour
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Audubon Camp In The West
Dubois, WY  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Traditional Camps
Gender:
Coed
 

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About Dubois, WY

Dubois is a town in Fremont County, Wyoming. The population was 962 at the 2000 census, although it nearly doubles in the summer with many part-time residents. Dubois, Wyoming was originally known as Never Sweat due to its warm and dry winds. However, the postal service found the name Never Sweat unacceptable so Dubois was accepted, named after Fred Dubois, an Idaho senator at the time. In protest, the citizens of Dubois rejected the French pronunciation, instead opting for Du, with u as in "Sue"; bois, with oi as in "voice". The accent is on the first syllable. Petroglyphs created by the Sheepeater Native Americans who first settled in the Dubois area The first occupants of the mountains and valleys surrounding what is now Dubois were members of the Sheepeaters, a group of Mountain Shoshone, who included the Wind River area in their regular annual migrations from the Great Plains through the mountains of Yellowstone and beyond. The Wind River Valley surrounding Dubois contains numerous remnants of these people who lived in the area for many hundreds of years before they were relocated into a nearby reservation. Relics of their existence in the mountains and valleys around Dubois include numerous prehistoric petroglyphs, hunting traps and blinds, and stone tepee circles. The first Europeans to enter the area were trappers Francois and Louis Verendrye in...