• SURVIVAL SKILLSJune 26-30 @ Fairhaven Park, $270
  • WILDCRAFTING | July 24-28 @ Fairhaven Park, $270
  • Sibling Discount: 10% off the tuition of any additional siblings that enroll together.


At our Earth Scouts camps, 6-12 year old students will learn to live in harmony with nature as they play sensory awareness games, follow the trails of wild creatures through the forest, forage for wild food and medicine, practice earth-based skills, hear stories, sing songs, and have some good ole muddy wild adventures in the woods! Our students always go home more connected and truly alive!

Earth Scouts Camps run from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm and are open to children ages 6-12.

Is your child not ready for the long day?   Check out our Wild Wanderer Camps for 4-6 year olds!

Survival Skills

June 26-30 @ Fairhaven Park, $270

This camp will focus on basic survival principles and skills. Along the way we will practice:

  • Safe fire-making and tending 
  • Primitive shelter techniques and construction
  • Animal tracking
  • Identifying and harvesting wild edible and medicinal plants
  • Knife/handsaw skills and safety
  • Primitive toolmaking such as cordage and projectiles 
  • Aidless navigation
  • Primitive trapping/hunting techniques (we will not be hunting on this programs
  • Learning through games and missions
  • Working together with peers in a positive way
  • Keeping a positive attitude! 


July 24-28 @ Fairhaven Park, $270

This camp will have a focus on living with the earth in the style of our ancestors. We will be connecting to the bounty of wild plant materials the Pacific NW forest in Summer has to offer and utilizing them in various ways, such as:

  •   Food and Medicine (Edible/Medicinal/Toxic Plant ID)
  •   Basketry
  •   Tools such as cordage, burned bowls and utensils 
  •   Adornments such as visors and jewelry

Along the way, the students will be:

  •   Learning basic knife/handsaw skills and safety
  •   Safe fire-making and tending techniques
  •   Learning through games and missions
  •   Working together with peers in a positive way
  •  creating projects by hand from start to finish


All of our programs feature:

  • A 1:6 staff-student ratio
  • Staff trained as Coyote Mentors at the Wilderness Awareness School with 20 years combined experience mentoring children in nature
  • Caring mentors who hold strong boundaries and foster a culture of respect (for ourselves, others, and nature!)
  • First Aid and CPR certified Staff