Camp Polevoi
Bordering on Lesnoi, Camp Polevoi (Field) opened on June 13, 1963. The camp’s buildings are an eclectic mixture, featuring a Young Pioneer mosaic panel from the 1970s and the super-modern Krug (Circle) cafeteria, which offers not just a pleasant interior but unusual and very tasty meals.

Bordering on Lesnoi, Camp Polevoi (Field) opened on June 13, 1963. The camp’s buildings are an eclectic mixture, featuring a Young Pioneer mosaic panel from the 1970s and the super-modern Krug (Circle) cafeteria, which offers not just a pleasant interior but unusual and very tasty meals. Artek cafeterias focus on healthy eating, but not at the expense of taste.

Polevoi hosts the ROSIZO children’s studio for the arts.

The camp opened after renovations in June 2016. Its new buildings – Fialka (Violet), Vasilyok (Cornflower), Romashka (Daisy), Kolokolchik (Bluebell) and Nezabudka (Forget-Me-Not) – accept 40 children per month from May through October.

Photogallery of the camp Polevoi