Camp Yantarny
Camp Yantarny (Amber) is part of the Gorny (Mountain) complex. It was added to Artek in the winter of 1966. Open year-round, it can accommodate 336 children at a time.

Camp Yantarny (Amber) is part of the Gorny (Mountain) complex. It was added to Artek in the winter of 1966. Open year-round, it can accommodate 336 children at a time. Its five-story dormitory was among the first to open its doors after Artek’s renovation.

The building has rooms with all modern conveniences for six to eight children, recreation halls, and special areas with projection equipment, computers and 3D printers for education and creative pursuits. 

Panoramic windows offer breathtaking views of the sea and Artek’s Dvortsovaya (Palace) Square, where children from all Artek camps meet for holiday parades, festivals, themed programs and the traditional farewell party. 

Located 100 meters from the camp are a new cafeteria, the Sport Center with two swimming pools, historical Gorny Park with a new tennis court, a climbing wall and a ropes course. The park’s trails lead to a giant sequoia tree that has been growing here for over 150 years. Children call it the Wish Tree.

Photogallery of the camp Yantarny