As Camp has grown in Arizona from a mere concept in the Spring of 2020 to a full-fledged summer program with over 20+ electives in 2022, we are proud to announce our partnership with Camp Huguenot & Project 4174 for the 2023 season.
Located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, just 2 hours outside of New York City, Camp Huguenot rest in 1,000 acres of pristine wilderness and is a collection of beautiful lakes, streams, waterfalls, ridges, vistas and miles of hiking trails. Founded as a YMCA camp in the early 20th century, Camp Huguenot now serves thousands of campers from the Northeast and beyond.
We are excited to build this new partnership & to serve families in the Northeast!
With lots of history, the beauty of the natural landscape, and the alignment in values of diversity & inclusion, we believe this partnership will be a great next step towards sharing mindfulness summer camp with even more campers than ever before!
- Camp Dates
- July 9 ~ July 15, 2023
- Age Range
- Tier 1 – $1,395
Tier 2 – $1,185
Why two prices? See details under our tiered pricing section below.
This year, we decided to offer our families tiered pricing. Please take a moment to look at the rate descriptions below and determine which of the two prices your family is able to pay for your child’s camp experience. Price selection is done strictly on an honor system. If you can afford to pay the full fee (Tier 1), please do so. If you cannot, simply select the price which is right for your family’s circumstances. There is no difference in the camp experience for campers registered at different tiers and tier selection is kept confidential.
This rate most accurately reflects the true cost of camp, including operational, general, and administrative expenses. If you can afford to pay this fee, please do so.
This is our partially subsidized rate for those who cannot quite afford the full cost of camp. Families utilizing this tier are paying about 15% below the actual cost of camp.
At Camp Tuku, our mission is to provide a holistic approach to the camp experience for kids; a program designed to integrate the mind, body, and heart, giving kids skills early in life to help them nurture inner resilience.
With a focus on developing mindfulness skills, our unique summer camp experience offers a great opportunity for kids to learn and practice simple, fun tools for the development of self-awareness, as well as practices that will enable them to respond more effectively to the inevitable stress of every-day life. At Camp Tuku, we aim to nurture the mind, body, and heart.
From the time campers wake up to the time they hit the pillow at night, each day at Camp Tuku is designed to allow children time and space to connect their inner worlds to nature through fun and mindful activities. Here is a sample schedule of a day at Camp Tuku:
7:30am – Wake up & Setting Intentions
8:00am – Breakfast
8:30am – Cabin Cleanup
9:15am – Mindfulness Practice & Yoga
10:15am – Camp Tuku Activity
11:15am – Innovation
12:30pm – Lunch
1:00pm – Rest Period