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Camp Photos & Pictures

Camp Photos, Pictures, Images

Find kids summer camp photos here, from the archives of over ten years of Our Kids go to Camp, a resource on summer camps and kids' camps that has been consulted by parents for over a decade now.

Over the years, we have had the pleasure of presenting hundreds of kids' camp photos - kids at campfires, kids in canoes and kayaks, kids rapt in full-bore camp camaraderie. These pictures tell wonderful stories of life at camp. In many cases, these photos are taken by the kids themselves.

Every year, we get hundreds of camp photos entered in our camp photo contest. The camp photo contest provides an excellent creative outlet for children and also provides us with a Broad selection of photos from summer camps and kids camps across Canada and the northeastern United States.

In addition, you'll find the majority of our photos offer superb professional photography. These photos have been provided to the magazine and website by our team of professional and freelance photographers who have contributed a broad selection of camp photos, from over more than a decade. While many of these have been included in our magazine Our Kids Go To Camp there are many more that simply could not be included.

Find our complete gallery of camp related photos.

Here are a few examples of what you'll find:

Kids at camp! First prize winner 2008:
kids at summer camp photo camp photo contest winner 2008

We include a wide variety of summer camp photos including photos from soccer camps, adventure camps, basketball camp photos. View our archive of camp photos.


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