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Summer Camp Sandy

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Nature is for everyone; join us in learning some new skills!

  • Ended
  • 190 US dollars
  • Sandy-Summer Camp

Course Details

Course Objectives We want everyone to have fun by safely exploring and pushing their comfort zones! Campers will have the opportunity to make fire by experimenting with bow drill, ferro rods, flint and steel. They will also use other tools, primitive and modern, to make things like cordage, water filters, and stone tools. Examples of Skills Taught Sit spot basic outdoor etiquette hazards knife safety how not to get lost Survival skills shelter basics fire by friction - bow drill stone tools cordage water filtration Wandering sensory awareness games aidless navigation creek play About the Course Join us for a week of fun, games, wandering, and survival skills. Learn the fundamentals of shelter building, water purification, fire making, and primitive tool use. Campers will be encouraged to participate at their own comfort level but be prepared to get wet, dirty and have lots of fun. For campers 8-12 (exceptions made for those close to that age range). The camp is Monday-Friday, 5 hours a day, from 9am -2 pm. Participants should come prepared with food, water, a knife, a swimsuit, and an extra change of clothes. Age Range: 7-18 (littles welcome to stay during parent volunteer days) Our instructors will be waiting to greet you; be sure to check in with them at Drop Off and Pick Up.



Questions?

  • Sandy-Summer Camp

    10140 South 700 East, Sandy, UT, USA

    6503945532

    info@makingtracks.co

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