Kids Farm, Ranch, and Nature Day Camp
The farm, ranch, and nature day camps that started our programs back in 2002 will be returning summer 2019. Page coming soon
Preteen Total Bushcraft Camps Click Here for Summary of Preteen Camps
These wilderness camps in the pristine Rogue River National Forest will start the adventure for your child
Teen Camps Click Here for Summary of Teen Camps
Camps in Idaho’s Panhandle, and Alaska from traditional two week teen camps through our epic 7 week total immersion packages. Your teen will walk taller and will make memories that will last a life time. The 2, 3, and 4-week camps your teen will select one or more of our specialty areas.
“Please Note: We offer multi-session and family discounts. The second camp or camper from the same family are eligible for 20% discount from the second camp enrolled of any 2018 camp of equal or lesser value (Discounts DO NOT apply to Alaska Camp) and the Third or more camp or camper from the same family is eligible for a 30% off of third or more camps enrolled of any 2018 summer camp of equal or lesser value (Discounts DO NOT apply to Alaska Camp)”
A Few Words from our Director
“Thank you for stopping by to visit, you will see we have made some big changes.
“For those that are new to our programs, in 2004 we created a strategic planning committee made up of kids and their parents. The kids and parents met separately, volunteers that the kids and parents did not know, facilitated the day so all would speak freely. The kids were sprawled on the back porch, parents in the house, all brainstorming, organizing, and formulating their plans, as Brian and his son were cooking a whole goat outside for a feast. At the end of the day and well fed, the butcher paper was hung around the living room and Brian was invited in for them to explain their needs and wants. That weekend they designed and set goals to form their ideal camp. Each year since we return to that butcher paper and set our mid-range goals, took more training, got more certifications, and invested more money, and added more programs. At the end of each camp, the preteens and teens evaluated and discussed how we could make it better. It has taken 14 years since that first strategic planning committee, the youngest is now in college, yet Brian remembers who wanted what components, and most of the kids and the families that were a part of that first meeting still stays in touch with us. We are happy to say that every one of their goals has been met.
Please peruse the camp and school offerings now in the Idaho Panhandle. “