Strongsville, OH Summer Camps

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Camp Cheerful
Strongsville, OH 44136  

Residential & day programs for youth & adults with and without special needs. Located in Northeast Ohio. Activities include swimming, horseback riding......

Gender:
Coed
Activities:
Academics, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Hiking, Horseback Riding (Western), Recreational Swimming, Aquatic Activities, Basketball, Field Trips, Fishing, Horseback Riding (English), Music, Nature/Environmental Studies, Soccer, Instructional Swimming, Team Building
Camp Type:
Day Camp|Residential Camp
 
 
Sensational Day Program
Strongsville, OH 44136  

Sensational day program is an Esy Program for school aged children or the Autism Spectrum. Special Education Teachers lead the program which incorporates recreational activities. OT, ST & therapeutic riding, while also working on mastering IEP goals....

Camp Type:
Day Camp
Activities:
Academics, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling, Drawing/Painting, Fishing, Horseback Riding (Western), Nature/Environmental Studies, Recreational Swimming
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Camp Cheerful Mainstream Camp
Strongsville, OH  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Traditional Camps
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Pre Engineering
Strongsville, OH  
Camp Type:
Day Camp
Activities:
Academic and Pre-College Camps: Robotics
Gender:
Coed
 

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About Strongsville, OH

Strongsville is an affluent city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. The population was 44,750 as of the 2010 Census. The current mayor, Thomas Perciak, was elected in November 2003 following the death of longtime mayor Walter F. Ehrnfelt on May 25, 2003. The city's nickname is 'Crossroads of the Nation,' as this is where the Ohio Turnpike and Interstate 71 intersect. The Strongsville Recreation Center and Senior Center have been named after Walter F. Ehrnfelt. In March 2010, President Barack Obama spoke at the Rec Center to promote the health care reform bill then before Congress. Strongsville officially became a township on February 25, 1818, a village in 1923, and was ultimately designated a city in 1961. Founded by settlers arriving in the newly purchased Connecticut Western Reserve, the city was named after John Stoughton Strong, the group's leader. Many of the main streets in the city are named after other principle figures and landowners from the city's history, e.g. Howe, Drake, Shurmer, Whitney. In the mid-19th century, the Pomeroy House, then called The Homestead, was a stop on the underground railroad. Alanson Pomeroy, the home owner and a prominent Strongsville resident, concealed runaway slaves on his property. From this residence in Strongsville, the runaway slaves were taken to boats on Rocky River for passage to Canada. On April 11, 1965, an F4 tornado hit Strongsville; see Palm Sunday tornado outbreak of 1965.