Boys Learning to Camp

Woodsmen Program


Develop Outdoors Camping Skills

Fun is the focus for these first-time Hayo-Went-Ha campers. Woodsmen enjoy the many in-camp activities that we offer. They are introduced to camp craft skills used in the outdoors. An overnight campout in the camp's caboose followed by a day trip canoeing on the Jordan River are planned for these campers.

Our staff that interacts with the Woodsmen are specially selected for their proven ability to work very well with younger boys. Parents tell us they love the letters they get from our Woodsmen campers, and our regular web photo updates keep everyone in the family informed of the latest fun-filled action in the Woodsmen Program.

Our staff focus on fun, safety and creating a solid cabin group in the cabin. The Woodsmen campers get to enjoy all that camp has to offer.  The Woodsmen Program is also available in a 4-week session. Please note that the trip and activities will be repeated but with different staff, cabin mates and the opportunity for the campers to provide leadership and insight along the way. 


Name

Woodsmen

Length Options

2 Weeks or 4 weeks

Gender

Boys

Age

Completed Fourth Grade

Type

Overnight / Sleep Away Camp

Trip Destination Day

Canoeing the Jordan River and overnight camping in the Woodsmen Willow, part of our amazing 640 acres on Torch Lake

Popular Camp Activities

Polar Bear Swim, Ropes Course, Zip Line, Climbing Wall, Campfires, Smores, Arts & Crafts, Archery

2020 Program Fee

$1,750.00 for 2-week session

$3,500.00 for 4-week session

2020 4-WEEK PROGRAM DATES

SESSION I - SATURDAY, JUNE 20 - FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2020

SESSION II - SUNDAY, JULY 19 - SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2020

2020 2-WEEK PROGRAM DATES

SESSION I A - SATURDAY, JUNE 20 - FRIDAY, JULY 03, 2020

SESSION I B - SATURDAY, JULY 04 - FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2020

SESSION II A - SUNDAY, JULY 19 - SATURDAY, AUGUST 01, 2020

SESSION II B - SUNDAY, AUGUST 02 - SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2020

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