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COOL CAMP CAMP SEQUOYAH


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A WEEK AT SUMMER CAMP is full of twists and turns. Especially when you’re whoosh- ing down the resort-quality waterslide at Camp Sequoyah, a 1,447-acre water wonderland nestled in the Talladega National Forest, roughly halfway between Birmingham, Ala., and Atlanta. The fun starts at Lake Cross, the skinny, 80-acre


lake that’s home to boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, lakeside climbing, and the camp’s


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newest toy: the Sequoyah Sidewinder, a high-speed waterslide that takes Scouts on a wild ride. Think that’s all? Hardly. There’s a reason they


call this place the Land of a Thousand Dreams. Here’s what else awaits summer campers:


fA muddy obstacle course where campers bring “clothes they never want to wear again.”


fConservation projects, shooting sports, boating, merit badges, and a day hike to


Alabama’s highest point, Mount Cheaha.


f A golf tournament just for adults where leaders compete with clubs and balls con- structed from natural materials found at camp. Ready to visit? Find details at the camp’s


website, bit.ly/sequoyah. ¿


FIND 18 MORE Scouting spots in our Guide to Cool Camps: scoutingmagazine.org/coolcamps.


ANDREW KORNYLAK


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