Circle A Camp
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Teen Valley Ranch, North Carolina

June 30th - July 6th, 2019

About Us


The focus of the Circle A program is to teach teens key life skills like leadership, teamwork, and goal-setting. Through daily seminars, with world-renowned speaker Skip Ross, they will be able to discover their full potential, develop life goals and build a positive attitude.


What we do

Our Program
& Purpose

The Circle A Camp program is filled with all the fun camp activities you’d expect, but our purpose is far more unique. Through these activities, we teach campers leadership skills, teamwork, positive attitudes and productive communication. In the daily seminars, with speaker Skip Ross, they will learn life skills like handling fear, goal setting, building positive relationships, developing a proper self-image, and finding balance in life.



Daily seminars teach campers life skills in leadership, attitude, and communication.


Meet other campers from around the world that come to our unique program.



A key focus of our program is developing an atmosphere of positivity and encouragement.


Our activities help campers form fantastic friendships that last a lifetime.

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Perched high in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina is the wonderful campus of Teen Valley Ranch. It covers 147 acres of land and sits at an elevation of 3,000-3,500 feet. Looking out at the incredible vistas of mountains, our campers will enjoy a specialized program of activities like nothing they have experienced before.



Still not sure?

We promise this summer will be a blast, but we understand if you are unsure if its right for you. We would be happy to talk with you about our program in person. Please feel free to send us an email at or give us a call at 616-951-3161 and talk to our staff to get all your questions answered.

I realized that if I had known as a teenager what I learned as an adult, my life would’ve been happier, more productive and more beneficial to me and those I came in contact with. And so the desire to teach these things to teenagers was born.
— Skip Ross