A camp for boys and girls between the ages of 7 to 16. Kids enjoy all kinds of super fun activities like kayaking, rock climbing, wakeboarding, backpacking, horseback riding, biking, arts and crafts and so much more.

Contact Information

Phone: 1-800-200-CAMP
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Email: info@navajotrails.com

About the Camp & Directors

Navajo Trails is a summer camp for girls and boys ages 7-16. It was started in 1966 by Don Sampson & Mont Ellet. He was a really neat guy. He loved the outdoors, adventures, and helping kids. He had a dream ever since he was in middle school to open his own summer camp and made his dreams come true in 1966. Now the camp is owned and operated by his son Dan Sampson and his wife Jenny Sampson. Dan grew up at the camp, now him and his wife raise their 4 sons at the camp in the summer. Along with raising their kids and running a summer camp Dan works at the U of U and Jenny runs her own floral shop.

This year Amy Hugh and K'Leena Mellor have joined up with Dan and Jenny to put out the best camp program around. Amy has been a camp director with the Girl Scouts of Utah for nine years. She graduated with her Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling and her undergraduate degree is in Sociology. She loves hiking, backpacking, photography, pottery, and wants to maybe get into scuba diving for fun. She even has a entire room in her house dedicated to pottery. In addition to directing this camp she owns a photography company and lifeguard and other life saving instructing company.

K'Leena Mellor grew up at summer camp. She comes from a long line of camp director and loves the outdoors. Her grandfather ran a camp, her mother was a camp director, several of her uncles are camp directors and she was a camp director for four years. Now K'Leena is raising her daughter at camp and hoping that she loves summer camp as much as the rest of the family. K'Leena also got her degree in Sociology. She loves to do art stuff like painting, photography, pottery, crocheting, and on and on. She loves to swim, hike, backpack, dabble in horseback riding, garden. She assists Amy in running the photography and instructing companies and loves life.

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