Experience our hallmark 6-1 average, 8-1 maximum ratio of students-to-highly trained instructors creating profound, safe and successful outdoor adventures. Wolf Camp directors Kim & Chris Chisholm oversee every course to ensure that you and your family learn in-depth, are inspired in nature, and love your Wolf Camp experience. Summer registration is now open, with discount for deposits made by March 20th.
Kids Day Camps for ages 6-12 (flexible)
• Puyallup with transportation from Tacoma & Olympia in late June with themes including the Wilderness Skills Sampler, Advanced Nature & Survival, plus the new Ezra Meeker Pioneer Camp.
• LAKE SAMMAMISH for 5 weeks in late July-August. Camp themes include the Wilderness Skills Sampler, Wilderness Survival Craft, Wildlife Search & Rescue, Wild Cooking & Herbology plus the new Ethnic American Pioneer, Secrets of the Ancient Scout, and Super Advanced Survival.
Overnight Camps for ages 9-13, 13-17 & 18-26 in beautiful Western Washington
June: Backcountry Leadership – Navigation, Risks & Conservation in sagebrush canyon lands east of Seattle WA, followed by Teaching Nature: Training for Environmental Educators & Nature Guides.
July: Wild Discovery Film Camp: Intro to Nature & Survival Skills with field trips to Mount Rainier and the Salish Sea.
July: Wilderness Survival Training & Trek near Mt. Rainier for all ages with no prerequisites, plus Primal Fusion and Zombie Apocalypse Survival Challenge with prereqs.
July: The Wildlife Safari – Animal Tracking & Photography traveling over the North Cascades into Wolf Country.
Aug: Wild Chefs & Herbal Medics on Lake Sammamish.
Aug: Ancient Archers & Artisans on Lake Sammamish.
Aug: Epic Fishing Camp along the Salish Sea.
Summer Expeditions designed for ages 18-26 follow the same schedule as our overnight camps listed above.
Full-Time Summer Farm Internship is a residential program running May-Sept and is certified by the Washington State Farm Internship Program. Apply by March 20th.
Full-Time Summer Earth Skills Teaching Apprenticeship has been our hallmark experience over 15 summers. It’s a fast-paced, residential wilderness skills educational training program unique to the field. Apply by March 20th.
Part-Time Spring & Fall Apprenticeships include the Neighborhood Naturalist Quarter running every Saturday in April & May, the Environmental Activist Year running Sundays starting in October, and the Survival Scout Semester running Saturdays from February-June.
Adults and accompanied youth can join us for weekend workshops in the spring and fall, as well as for morning and afternoon summer classes during select weeks:
Feb – Paleo Lifestyle Workshop
Feb – Harvesting & Processing Natural Plant Fibers
Feb – Leather Hide-Tanning & Parfleche Drum Workshop
Mar – Archery Workshop I: Making Bows & At-Latls
Mar – Archery Workshop II: Making Arrows & Darts
Apr – Backcountry Navigation & Leadership
Apr – Wildlife Safety, Awareness, Tracks & Trails
Apr – Understanding Birds and Their Voices
Apr – Wolf Trackers Conservation Training
May – Tracking the Teanaway Wolf Pack
May – Wilderness Survival with Bow Drill Fire Making
May – Wild Edible Plants & Herbal Medicine Making
May – Edible Seaweeds & Shellfish of the Salish Sea
Jun – Subsistence Shore Fishing: Piers, Rivers & Lakes
Sept 22-24: THE WOLF GATHERING Fall Equinox Skillshare Rendezvous
Oct – Harvest & Process Autumn Acorns, Nettles & Rose Hips
Oct – Top 5 Wild Edible Mushrooms of the Pacific Northwest Coast
Questions? Call or text 425-248-0253 or email us anytime. We look forward to your participation in nature.