“The kids LOVE it! “  - Mandy McNamara, Middle School Teacher

“Every year I am asked if Coyote Trails is coming back to our classroom, and every year I try to find a way to make it happen.” – Heather Korman, 5th Grade Teacher.

This day-camp features the famous Coyote Trails core curriculum, mixing Primitive Living Skills and forms of Artistic Expression that have been lived by our ancestors, all over the world. We will spend the week learning how to survive in the woods, as well as make art from what the Earth provides. Above all, the most important skill we teach is the cultivation of an imaginative and questioning mind. Come learn how to play outside in a whole new (and ancient) way!

Come play and learn with Coyote Trails as we combine our Earth-Art!! And Little Foxes programs into an action-packed week of Primitive Survival skills and Earth-based art activities.

Open to ages 3-17
Instructors: Coyote Trails School of Nature Instructor Team
Cost: $215 non-members, 
Location: ScienceWorks Hands-On Museum - Ashland, Oregon
Dates: Monday, July 30 - August 3
Time: 9am - 3pm (Little Foxes ends at Noon)