Morgantown, WV Summer Camps

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Emma Kaufmann Camp
Morgantown, WV 26508  

The mission of the EKC is to provide and promote the personal and individual growth, Jewish identity, values, and outstanding activities. Instruction led by trained &qualified staff, in a safe & stimulated, child-centered camping environment....

Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Aquatic Activities, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (English), Instructional Swimming, Recreational Swimming, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Canoeing, Ceramics/Pottery, Climbing/Rappelling, Community Service, Counselor Training (CIT), Drama, Drawing/Painting, Field Trips, Football, Golf, Hiking, Hockey, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking, Leadership Development, Music, Soccer, Team Building, Tennis
Gender:
Coed
 

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Morgantown is a city in Monongalia County, West Virginia. It is the county seat of Monongalia County. Placed along the banks of the Monongahela River, Morgantown is the largest city in North-Central West Virginia, and the base of the Morgantown metropolitan area. It is best known as the home both of West Virginia University and the one-of-a-kind Morgantown Personal Rapid Transit system. Morgantown is closely tied to the Anglo-French struggle for this territory. Until the Treaty of Paris in 1763, what is now known as Morgantown was greatly contested among settlers and Native Americans, as well as the British and the French. The treaty decided the issue in favor of the British, but Indian fighting continued almost to the beginning of the American Revolution. Zackquill Morgan, son of Morgan Morgan, and his brother David entered the area of Virginia that would become Morgantown in about 1767, although others such as Thomas Decker are recorded as attempting settlements in the area earlier or at about the same time. As well, several forts were built in the area during this time: Fort Pierpont near the Cheat River, in 1769; Fort Coburn, near Dorsey's Knob, in 1770. Fort Morgan, at the present site of Morgantown, in 1772; Fort Dinwiddle, north several miles at Stewartstown, in 1772; Fort Martin, several miles north on the Monongahela River, in 1773; Fort Burris in the present-day Suncrest...