(10-15 years old, 45 campers):
What’s Camp All About?
Cal-Wood partners with Pheasants Forever, Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to create the most unique opportunity of the summer. This camp
is definitely for the outdoor enthusiast; learn and practice outdoor skills that will last you a lifetime. Hike and explore in the mountains, learn how to fish by fly and reel, shoot a bow and arrow, identify tracks, and do some trap shooting. You’ll have a chance to learn about careers in the great outdoors alongside actual outdoor professionals. Join us for the most memorable week of your summer with friends new and old in the mountains of Cal-Wood.
What Do We Do At Camp?
Trap shooting, archery, orienteering, fly/rod and reel fishing, tracking, conservation ethic
This camp is based at Cal-Wood’s headquarters. Campers will sleep in our quaint cabins, just a hop, skip and a jump from the Main Lodge. Each cabin has 5 bunk beds, a propane heater and a dresser for each camper. The Lodge houses our bathrooms, dining hall, Bear Room, and administrative offices. Campers will have the opportunity to take a shower during the camp session. Each cabin is under the supervision of a Cal-Wood staff member and Counselor-in-training (CIT). Homemade, nutritious meals are served in our dining hall while our Bear Room provides an indoor space for the whole camp in case of inclement weather.
This year’s camp will be from July 17-20, 2014. Click here to register today!