Mansfield, OH Summer Camps

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Mowana
Mansfield, OH 44901  

Camp Mowana is a 'place apart' where lives are changed as people of all ages experience God's love and joy within a Christ-centered community....

Camp Type:
Day Camp|Residential Camp
Activities:
Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Counselor Training (CIT), Farming/Ranching/Gardening, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study, Team Field Sports, Recreational Swimming, Archery, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Bicycling/Biking, Dance, Drama, Drawing/Painting, Hiking, International Culture, Music, Performing Arts, Soccer, Team Building
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Richland Rural Life Ctr
Mansfield, OH  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Traditional Camps
Gender:
Coed
 

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About Mansfield, OH

Mansfield is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Richland County . The municipality is located in north-central Ohio in the western foothills of the Allegheny Plateau, approximately 80 miles southwest of Cleveland and 66 miles northeast of Columbus. Mansfield was first settled in 1808 and was named for Jared Mansfield, the U.S. Surveyor General who directed its planning. The village of Mansfield was incorporated in 1828, and in 1857 Mansfield was chartered as a city. During the War of 1812, the first courthouse, jail, and church of Richland County was served in one of two blockhouses that were located on the public square until 1816. In 1908, the blockhouse became a symbol of Mansfield's heritage during its 100th birthday celebration, and in 1929, the blockhouse was relocated to its present location at South Park. The railroads came to the city in 1846, followed by the first road across America, the Lincoln Highway in 1913, smoothing the path for economic growth.