Camp - Naturalists: SURVIVAL MASTERS, July 9-13

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Monday July 9

9:00 AM  –  3:00 PM

FOR CHILDREN ENTERING GRADES 6TH-8TH

Spend the week learning how to master the wilderness. Learn skills to survive in the wild, such as how to build a fire and find food. Take a walk with an expert horticulturist to gather edible plants and make a snack. Build your very own survival kit and learn valuable bushcraft. Head to Brandywine Creek State Park to learn how to read a map and use a compass, then test your skills on their compass course.

Naturalists camps are designed for campers who are ready for a more in-depth experience, focusing on comprehensive activities, team building and off-site adventures. Youth will spend their days investigating the natural world, its inhabitants and the interconnectedness of nature. Counselors will ensure that each camper is challenging themselves in a positive and friendly atmosphere. Each week the group will embark on an off-site adventure and discover new strengths, while developing new skills. On Thursdays, campers will stay overnight and explore Tyler at night, with evening hikes, making s’mores by the campfire and sleeping out in tents in the Arboretum.  Camp hours are 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., with the exception of the Thursday to Friday overnight.  Campers should bring a mid-morning snack,  a packed lunch and water.  Dinner and breakfast are provided during overnights.  Offsite field trips are on Wednesdays.  Members: $375 per week; Non-members: $425 per week

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