Welcome to Camp Tuku

Where Nature Meets Joyful Minds

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Welcome to Camp Tuku

Camp Tuku is a traditional sleepaway camp with a mindfulness approach! We host our summer camps in Mayer, Arizona and Huguenot, NY.    We welcome girls and boys ages 6-17 from all over the country to their home away from home for the summer. In everything we do – from yoga, innovations, archery, low ropes, arts & crafts, swimming, pet care – we do it mindfully; always integrating the mind, body and heart to build resilience in our campers!

How does Camp & Mindfulness enrich your child’s life? There are hundreds of ways including building relationships, focusing on community, building resilience, confidence, focus, reflection, awareness and more!

Work at Camp Tuku this Summer!

Camp Tuku is actively seeking Camp Counselors (+18 years old) and Camp Counselors in Training (15-17 years old) for our 2024 season! If you have a passion for working with kids, a positive “Can-Do” attitude, a desire to be a positive role model for youth and are responsible and dependable – please apply!


Daily mindfulness practices encourage campers to cultivate self-awareness and open their minds to a greater sense of calm and balance. Unplugging from technology and actively engaging in outdoor activities strengthen their connection to nature’s resources and teaches them ways to protect and preserve the natural environment.


Fun and engaging activities that include yoga, arts and crafts, music, gardening, cooking, nature exploration, challenge courses, hiking, swimming, and water activities provide campers with multiple daily opportunities to grow their self-confidence as they challenge themselves both physically and mentally. All meals will be healthy AND yummy, and campers will participate in an experience of growing food in an organic garden and interacting with farm life.


We offer a social-emotional learning curriculum aimed at building resilience, attention, and compassion.   This curriculum is delivered through team-building games and activities. Children learn how to better express their emotions, such as appreciation and compassion for themselves and others. They practice how to communicate effectively and develop creative solutions in a fun and collaborative environment

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