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March Madness with Camp Tall Timbers

It’s truly March Madness, after our crazy, mixed-up winter of spring-like temperatures in January and February and then, our mid-March blast of frigid air and snow, at long last, April is almost...

Feel the love… Summer 2017

Winter has been unseasonably warm. Mild days make it easy to imagine summer is almost here. Although we just kicked off February excitement is building for Summer 2017. Registration is now underway...

Bring on 2017, We Are Ready!

As we turn the calendar to 2017, Camp Tall Timbers’ best summer ever is now only months away!  We still have some time before we welcome our first campers, but preparations are well underway. When...

Best Overnight Summer Camp

It is with great pleasure, immense gratitude and immeasurable pride, that we announce Camp Tall Timbers was voted "Best Overnight Summer Camp" in the Best of Bethesda Readers' Poll.  Thank you to...

Thankful & Thriving

November 21, 2016 Many families this week will gather around the Thanksgiving table to share thanks and appreciation. Most of us will pause to reflect on the value of spending quality time together...

Summer 2017- Away from the Everyday

Imagine endless summer days, tucked away in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Now, imagine the freedom to choose the activities you want to...

Happy Campers – all year long!

As we transition from another great summer at Camp Tall Timbers, our campers have headed back to school. Daily routines are driven by grades and academic achievement while days filled with water...

Camp Tall Timbers – Simply the Best!

As Summer 2016 comes to a close, we want to reflect on what makes Camp Tall Timbers the best place to go each summer and get away from the everyday. Every season, we have committed to providing a...

Monday, August 15

Hi everyone! Olivia and Catie made it to the top of the climbing wall! Hailey and Hailee both shot bullseyes in archery. Kevin mountain biked to the top of the lake hill. Yesterday was a letter...

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