The camp is located 70 km from Kazan, in the Mari Chodra National Park in the neighboring Republic of Mari El.
Yalchik can accommodate 200 persons on its 6 hectares of land. The dwellings comprise multi-bedroom houses and one-bedroom wooden cabins.
The camp has a beach, a diving station, and rentable boats. There is a football pitch and a track and field facility with long jump, discus throwing, javelin throwing, and shot throwing. There are also courts for futsal, volleyball, beach volleyball, basketball, badminton, and street workout.
Burevestnik (which stands for ‘harbinger’) Camp is administered by the Yelabuga Institute and is located in Yelabuga Municipal District in the eastern part of Tatarstan. It occupies a picturesque area near Lake Podbornoye in the Lower Kama National Park.
The camp has 8 dorms with 152 beds, including 2 houses for educators and technical staff with 24 beds; two of the buildings are fit out for year-round inhabitance. There is also a canteen for 70 persons and a medical facility with an isolation room. As for sports, there is a multi-sports court for ball games, two jogging tracks, an orienteering ground, and courts for badminton and table tennis. Of course, given the camp’s para-aquatic location, you will also find a wonderful beach.
Since 2016, Burevestnik has been hosting both summer and winter events for thousands of young people from Russia and other countries.
Dubravushka (which stands for ‘small oak grove’) Camp is administered by Naberezhnye Chelny Institute.