Moab Summer Camp – Sustainable You

Summer Fun and Learning In and Around Moab

  • Where: Moab, UT
  • When: through
  • What months available:

    2015 Dates TBA

  • Number of Days/Nights: 4 Days, and 1 Overnight
  • Time: Begins 9:00 a.m. Tuesday and ends 5:00 p.m. Friday
  • Group Size: Minimum 6 and Maximum 12
  • Age Group: Students entering grades 5-8
  • Cost per Person: 2015 Fee TBA - Students in Grand Co. Schools
  • Cost per Person: 2015 Fee TBA - All Others
  • Deposit: $25
  • Deadline for Signup: 7 calendar days prior to trip date.
  • CFI and USU host the Moab Summer Camp, Sustainable You, for learning and fun: explore local waterways, learn about how to take care of our environment. We’re excited about our newest local summer camp that allows kids the opportunity to determine what we need to survive and how we can improve our environment in a fun and interactive way. From exploring our local waterways to investigating the ways we travel, kids will develop a sense of place, empowerment and positive hope for the future of our natural environment.
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Wilderness Adventure Summer Camp in Canyonlands National Park – Bates Wilson Youth Camp

A Wilderness Adventure Summer Camp for Students Entering Grades 9 through 12 - Bates Wilson Youth Camp

  • Where: Needles District, Canyonlands National Park
  • When: through
  • What months available:

    Check back for 2015 dates!

  • Number of Days/Nights: 3 Days, 2 Nights
  • Group Size: Minimum 6 and Maximum 12
  • Age Group: Students entering grades 9-12
  • Cost per Person: 2015 Fee TBA
  • Deposit: Deposit is the $50 application fee.
  • Weekend wilderness adventure summer camp in Canyonlands NP. For students in grades 9-12 sponsored by Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks and CFI Moab. The second annual Bates Wilson Youth Camp will be held in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. Watch for 2015 dates! We are inviting students entering grades 9 through 12 with interests in national parks, conservation, outdoor education, geology, cultural history, public policy, or careers in the National Park Service or other public land agencies, but especially students who love learning in nature and having fun!

    Please contact:
    Joette Langianese, Executive Director, Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks. Phone: 435-259-0108
    Or download application form below.
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Teen River Skills Day Camp

  • Where: Colorado River near Moab, Utah
  • When: through
  • What months available:

    2015 Dates TBA

  • Number of Days/Nights: 3 Days, day camp only
  • Time: 8 a.m to 5 p.m for 3 days (no overnight camping)
  • Age Group: Entering 7th through 12th grades
  • Cost per Person: 2015 Fee TBA (Reduced 2015 Fee TBA for students in Grand County School District)
  • Deposit: $25 applies to total due
  • This exciting teen river skills day camp is a 3-day learning experience for teens entering 7th-12th grades. CFI’s experienced Naturalist Guides will teach you to navigate whitewater rivers through a hands-on rafting, inflatable kayak and Stand Up Paddle Boards. Practice river reading skills and learn how to row a raft or paddle a ducky. We'll cover basic river safety, river rescue, maneuvering different types of boats, ethics for river travel, and have fun swimming in the river’s milder sections!
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LaSal Mountains Explorer Base Camp

  • Where: Warner Lake
  • When: through
  • When: through
  • What months available:

    2015 Dates TBA

  • Number of Days/Nights: 4 days, 3 nights
  • Time: 9 a.m. Tuesday to 5 p.m. Friday, campers camp overnight in tents.
  • Group Size: Min 6 and Max 20
  • Age Group: Entering 5th through 8th grades
  • Cost per Person: 2015 Fee TBA per 4-day session (Reduced 2015 Fee TBA for youths attending Grand County School District*)
  • Deposit: $25
  • Deadline for Signup: 7 calendar days prior to trip date.
  • Our popular Explorers Base Camp is an exciting summer opportunity for kids entering 5th through 8th grades who want to be active, have fun and learn about our amazing backyard La Sal Mountains.
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