Harbor City, CA Summer Camps

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Tall Ship Summer Sailing Camp
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Tole Mour Sailing School, Rainbow Harbor, Long Beach, CA 90745  
sailing
 
 
Fairfield Family Ymca Day Camp
Long Beach, CA 90801  
Academics, Arts and Crafts, Community
 
 
Adventurecamp
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266  
, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope
 
 
Lakewood Ymca Day Camp
Lakewood, CA 90711  
Arts and Crafts, Counselor Training
 
 
Los Altos Family Ymca Day Camp
Long Beach, CA 90801  
Aerobics/Exercise, Aquatic Activities, Baseball/Softball, Basketball
 

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Harbor City is a community within Los Angeles, California, United States. As of the 2000 census, the community had a total population of 24,640. The ZIP Code which serves Harbor City Post is 90710. Lake Machado, in Kenneth Malloy Memorial Park, was home to Reggie the Alligator. Harbor City was originally part of the Rancho San Pedro, granted by the Spanish Empire in 1784 by King Carlos III to Juan Jose Dominguez. The rancho was divided and sold by Californios during the Spanish and Mexican periods of Alta California. After the Mexican-American war ended in 1848, many of the rancho lands were acquired by American immigrants. Harbor City stands as a testament to the ambitious designs of the Anglo-American creators of the modern metropolis of Los Angeles. By the turn of the century, city leaders had decided that it would be in the best interests of the city if the port and harbor areas were directly annexed. The independent cities of San Pedro and Wilmington were then independent establishments of what would become the Port of Los Angeles. Following the establishment of San Pedro as the main source for the port over Santa Monica in 1897, Los Angeles city leaders argued that direct control over the port areas would be mutually beneficial by providing San Pedro and Wilmington with larger funding and in turn allowing the...