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Camp Doodles is a Mill Valley, California based summer day camp for children, founded by David and Jeremy Hughes. Day activities includes supervised free-play, variety of sports, arts crafts, skits, songs, science and cooking. Campers are usually between 4 - 11 years old (Pre-Kindergarten to 6th Grade). Older campers have programs which include the opportunity to participate in fieldtrips, rock-walls, stove-top cooking and archery. Camp Doodles established partnership and is one of the official summer youth camp of Dominican University in California.   College interns from San Francisco State University adopted Camp Doodles for their master’s in business administration marketing plan. 
Camp Doodles received National Accreditation by the American Camps Association and was locally awarded from the Pacif Sun of Marin County as "Best of Marin". Camp Doodles also received a "Safety First" award from Marin Independent Journal  
- ↑ Marin Independent Journal
- ↑ French American International School - After School, Vacation Care, Summer Program
- ↑ Dominican University Summer Camps
- ↑ Marinscope Newspapers - Dominican grad opens ‘Camp Doodles’ for summer fun
- ↑ Church Mutual Insurance Company Off-season is no longer downtime
- ↑ Pacific Sun Media
- ↑ American Camping Association, Inc.
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