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Youth Camps


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Nestled near the white waters of the Deschutes River and surrounding Cascade Mountains of Central Oregon, our program is conveniently central to the serene Oregon wilderness.

August 2019 TBD
August 2019 TBD
December 2019 TBD

Check out these maps to get more familiar with our camp surroundings and other places we may explore in Oregon as well.



*All campers are required to bring their own toiletries (1 towel, deodorant, toothbrush, small toothpaste, hairbrush, sunblock) - natural soap will be provided to each camper


*All campers must have an adequate sleeping bag to withstand -30 temps (no pillows)


*All campers will be sleeping in tents (will be provided; two camp leaders will be in each  tent with campers)


*Bathrooms and showering will be available in a private location of the campsite. All campers will have their own time, no sharing of facilities. An accountability and buddy system will be in place at all times.


Clothing expectations:

*Bring 1 warm jacket

*Bring 1 lightweight jacket

*long pants

*hiking shorts (girls lengths must be mid-thigh; may not be too short - or will not be allowed to wear them. If concerned send a photo of shorts before camp.)

*swimwear (for rafting and showers)


*hiking boots

*socks, underwear, etc

Other Info


All meal items that are not harvested are purchased several days before camp, in preparation. All meal restrictions and allergies should be provided on the camper’s application in order to accommodate the camper’s dietary needs.


Littles' Camps:

Based on our Triple A's structure (Adventures, Arts, and Academics), we hope to encompass all of your child's social, emotional, cognitive, language, and physical skill development through a variety of ways. 


Adventures: Through child-led experiences, campers will learn how to safely explore their surroundings near base camp as well as beyond those boundaries. Adventures may include hiking, swimming, fishing, sport's games, and/or a variety of other intentionally planned exploration activities.


Arts: Art projects will be a daily part of camp functions, but not each camper's art will appear the same. With intentionally chosen materials and tools, campers will also lead the way in developing their own imagination and creativity scales to build upon - even after camp comes to an end.


Academics: Because we have highly trained and passionate camp leaders, our team is able to creatively adapt camp activities to valuable academic and life lessons. By allowing camp participants to choose what takes place during camp sessions (to an extent), this provides the campers with subject matter that is of specific interest to them. 


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