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Camps R Us Valley Stream
Valley Stream, NY  

We foster social interaction and personal growth enriching the hearts and minds of our campers in a nurturing environment....

Gender:
Coed
Camp Type:
Day Camp
Activities:
Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Counselor Training (CIT), Dance, Field Trips, Fishing, Hockey, Photography, Team Field Sports, Recreational Swimming, Academics, Drawing/Painting, Team Building, Travel/Tour
 

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About Valley Stream, NY

Valley Stream is a village in Nassau County, New York in the United States. The population in the village of Valley Stream was 37,511 at the 2010 census. When including North Valley Stream, South Valley Stream, and other areas considered to be "Valley Stream", the total population is around an estimated 65,000 people. In the year 1640, 14 years after the arrival of the Dutch settlers in Manhattan, the area that is now Valley Stream was purchased by the Dutch West India Company from the Rockaway Indians. There was no development of the woodland area for the next two centuries. The census of 1840 list about 20 families, most of whom owned large farms. At that time, the northwest section was called “Fosters Meadow”. The business section on Rockaway Avenue was called “Rum Junction” because of its lively nightlife. The racy northern section was known as “Cookie Hill”, and the section of the northeast that housed the local fertilizer plant was called “Skunks Misery”. Hungry Harbor, a section that has retained its name, was home to a squatter’s community. Robert Pagan was born in Scotland on December 3, 1796. In or about the late 1830s, Robert, his wife Ellen, and their children emigrated from Scotland. On the journey to America, one of their children died and was buried at sea. The 1840 U.S. Census for Queens County lists...