Ages 9-14 years
Your Child will Connect to their wild primal self through survival awareness, wild skills and epic nature adventures!
What Parents are saying!
Bean In Nature has hands down been the best camp and organized outdoor experience for my son. We love outdoors and are always camping or doing something with scouts. However often it doesn’t leave time for just experiencing nature and learning about it in a casual way. Diamond was the best camp leader I could ask for. He was relaxed and laid back. He has great stories, a kind personality, and exceptional knowledge of wildlife and survival skills. My son loved exploring and didn’t even know he was learning! The games and activities were so fun - that he didn’t want to leave early the last day to fly to see his cousins for vacation. The whole next year he talked about camp - and ended up gathering 4 more friends to go with him because he loved it so much. It was a wild success. His ONLY request for his summer break is to spend time at this camp. And that speaks volumes.
Join us for an amazing survival camp.
Taught by Diamond Dahlstrom with a Teen Assistant TBA for BEan in Nature
With stealth and awareness, become a protector of the unseen and unheard in the forest!
Ancestral Survival Skills~The Art of the Scout: With stealth and awareness, become a protector of the unseen and unheard in the forest!
Ancestral Survival Skills~Wild Bush Crafts and Survival Skills: Train, cultivate the skills of ancestral survival.
Here is our general list of amazing Kung Fu Survival Skills we may partake in:
Youth will interact with nature by familiarizing themselves with different aspects of ancient survival living.
Parents of Preteens
Both age groups, youngers and olders, are woven together for morning circle and games, then campers launch off for the day to spend time with their own age group, often working side by side, but more developmentally aligned with your child's own age group.
*This does not include the County Park Entrance fee of $6 per vehicle entrance into the park, per day at parks.
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Testimonial from Nature Awareness student and his mother