Camper Vs. Wild
Does your child enjoy being outside exploring? Do they enjoy making forts and imagine survival on a dessert island?
Every day at Camper vs. Wild your child will learn and utilize survival skills in a SAFE and FUN manner. From foraging berries to collecting material and starting a fire your camper will have time to learn some basic survival skills. Of course we will make each day fun as well.
Throughout the week campers will participate in team building challenges, in high and low energy games and even crafts.
On Friday we will give the rest of the campers at Greenwell a tour of our Survival base camp. Then we will join them in our camp tradition of Tie Dye and S’Mores.
Some of our possible lessons include; shelter building, the one match fire challenge, a foraging hunt (supervised carefully) determing the time by watching the sun.
Camper vs. Wild is for children ages 7 – 14 (by first day of camp session).
Camper vs. Wild – PM Extended care and Drop-In Extended Care is available.
PACKING LIST Every day, each camper should come to camp with the following:
Lunch and refillable water bottle
One complete change of clothes
Water shoes, bathing suit, and towel
Hat – Sunscreen and bug spray (spray sunscreen is highly recommended)
On Friday: an item to tie-dye (white t-shirt, socks, hat, pillow case)
Closed-toed shoes for when not riding* (in addition to water shoes)
* Required for horse camps only
All items brought to camp, including lunch and water bottle, should be labeled with your child’s name. All gear should be stowed in a bag with their name on it.
OPEN-TOED SHOES ARE NOT ALLOWED, NO FLIP FLOPS!