This is an advanced course that teaches the wilderness skills practiced by the indigenous people who once lived on the land that we now teach on. Through hands-on projects and challenges, campers will have the chance to practice a range of skills such as making fire from sticks, pottery, basketry, stone tool construction, making bark and wooden bowls, crafting arrows, building advanced shelters, gathering wild plants, and even going on a bullfrog hunt (participation optional!). These skills will be put to the test during an overnight experience on Thursday, when campers may sleep in a survival shelter they built, gather wild food for a feast, make the camp fire by rubbing sticks together, and eat dinner out of a wooden bowl they made. Click here for the summer overnight packing list.
Skills your child will learn:
- Sense of achievement and competence
- Patience and focus
- Teamwork and leadership
- Impact of actions and decision making
- Resilience and perseverance
- Handling real successes and failures
- Resourcefulness and being able to adapt to the situation
Once a program fills, please join the waitlist. We will do our best to open an additional session based on demand.
Summer 2019 DatesThis camp fills fast. Enroll today!
|Advanced Survival - WAITLIST ONLY||9-15||Granby||9-3||July 22-26, 2019||$465|
|Advanced Survival - WAITLIST ONLY||9-15||Newtown||9-3||July 29 - Aug 2, 2019||$465|