E.g., Nov 18 2019
E.g., Nov 18 2019
Kids' Wilderness Survival Camp
When 
Repeats every day until Fri Jul 12 2019 .
Mon, 7/08/2019 9:00am to 12:00pm
Tue, 7/09/2019 9:00am to 12:00pm
Wed, 7/10/2019 9:00am to 12:00pm
Thu, 7/11/2019 9:00am to 12:00pm
Fri, 7/12/2019 9:00am to 12:00pm
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Where 
Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area
201 E. Jones Street
Lewisville, TX, 75057
United States 972.219.3550
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  Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area
Description:

Join us for a week-long outdoor survival adventure day camp! Build shelters, find edible wild plants, make fire without matches, blend into your surroundings with camouflage, and much more!

July 8-12    9 a.m.-Noon   Ages 6-13   $140 per child

Day 1: Explore Native American and pioneer culture. Begin building our Summer and Winter shelters. Find edible and medicinal wild plants. Spear and spear thrower (atlatl) training. Discover ways to be safer and not get lost in the woods (lostproofing).

 Day 2: Learn how to make fire the way of the Indians (bow and hand drill methods), along with proper fire structures that light every time! Learn how to locate and purify water. Play Indian survival games to increase skill levels and awareness of surroundings.

 Day 3: Learn how to make rope from plant fibers, weave baskets, and make primitive traps and snares. Learn how to throw a rabbit stick and shoot bows and arrows. Practice fire-making techniques in groups from materials harvested off the landscape.  

 Day 4: Explore how to blend into the environment with natural camouflage. Obtain woodsman skills to get closer to and better observe wildlife. Finish our shelters while discussing ways to modify them for rain and colder weather. Discover how to track animals and humans through any type of terrain. 

 Day 5: Learn ways to make soap, tooth brushes, and other utilitarian items out of native plants. Explore different ways to cook over a campfire. Discuss advanced archery and how to make your own Indian bows and arrows. The week ends with a review and graduation when each camper will receive their very own arrowhead!

Campers should bring a water bottle, snack, and bug spray, and arrive with sunscreen on each day. All activities are conducted in a safe environment.

Things To Do: 
Educational Programs
Fees: 
Reservations Required
Ages: 
6-8
9-12