Winter Break Camps

December 10, 2013

By the time New Years rolls around the kids will have been out of school and hanging around the house for nearly two weeks. Give them something exciting and educational to do with our Winter Break Camps. Winter Break Nature Camps are a great way to get outside during the Christmas/new Years break. All our [...]

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Don’t Be Thankful Today

November 28, 2013

Deep nature connection isn’t some exotic skill that is only possessed by John Muir and Davey Crockett. Deep nature connection is practiced every day by thousands of people all around the world who live it as a part of their every day lives. That includes people living deep in the wilderness and people living in [...]

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Back to School Already?

August 29, 2013

Late summer is a fantastic time to be outdoors. This week at our Summer Nature Camps we arecelebrating the late summer with a camp called Stalking the Summer Harvest. The kids at camp have been picking blackberries to make jam to take home. They have been gathering wild plants to make herbal medicines. They have [...]

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Featured Summer Camp: Big Bear Village

May 23, 2013

I love all of the programs that we run. I am truly blessed to get to work outside year-round with so many amazing kids. However, by far my favorite program that we do is Big Bear Village. Big Bear Village was originally inspired by the land that it happens on. Big Bear Camp near Walton, [...]

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Featured Summer Camp: Camp Little Bear

May 21, 2013

We often get younger kids asking us for an overnight program and in the past we have felt that a week-long overnight camp, such as Big Bear Village, is a lot for some of these younger kids to handle. With all that in mind we created a camp that gives us the best of both [...]

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Featured Camp: Stalking the Summer Harvest

May 16, 2013

If you have ever read a book by Euell Gibbons you will immediately understand the inspiration for this camp. Nature is chock full of wonderful things to eat, especially so in the late summer. Stalking the Summer Harvest is our way of celebrating the end of the summer. The key to this camp is location. [...]

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Featured Summer Camp: Archers of Sherwood Forest

May 13, 2013

Archery has a very primal appeal to it. Everyone seems to like shooting bows. Interestingly, the bow and arrow is a relatively recent invention in human history. Before that people relied on many other hunting tools such as throwing spears, atlatls, slings and the like. Still, the bow is a tool that has an amazing [...]

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