Education

To educate a man in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace to society. -Theodore Roosevelt

Outdoor Adventure Camps

Located at the Boone and Crockett Club’s Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch west of Dupuyer, Montana. Enjoy your days venturing across private, public, forest and wilderness lands. Topics include fly-fishing, fly-tying, shooting sports (.22 rifle/pistol, shotguns and archery), hiking, swimming, packrafting, visits from actual outdoor professionals and much more!  

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Little Critter Day Camp

Have you ever wondered where your favorite animals live? Or what they eat? Do you wish you could spend some time fishing and studying what lives around the edge of a pond? Day activities include short hikes, fishing, exploring the plants and animals found in the area, wildlife tracking and discovering ways to enjoy the out-of-doors. Parent or guardian may accompany their children.

Enjoy time outdoors while learning about the wildlife, fishing, and hiking during our three one-day camps. Parents are welcome to attend with younger campers. All equipment, supplies, and meals are covered.

CAMP GOALS:

  • To have fun outdoors

  • To observe plants and animals in their natural habitats

DETAILS:

When: July (dates to be determined)

Who: Youth ages 6-10

Camp Limit: 20 campers

Cost: $45/camper per day 

Also available as a three-day family camp!

DETAILS:

When: July (dates to be determined)

Who: Youth ages 6-10

Camp Limit: 20 campers

Cost: $350 (1 adult and 1 child) additional $200 per child, additional $150 per adult

 


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Outdoor Skills Camp

All equipment, supplies, meals and lodging are covered in the camp fee. Do you want to learn more about basic outdoor skills such as knot tying, fly-tying, shooting sports, hiking, camping, campfire building, fish and wildlife identification and tracking skills? Campers will learn to use maps and compass, guide books, camping equipment such as tents, hammocks, backpacks, binoculars and spotting scopes to increase their skill levels and enjoy fun-filled outdoor activities on the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch and adjacent public and private lands. 

CAMP GOALS

  • To develop an understanding, awareness and appreciation for the great outdoors of Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front and the importance of conservation and natural resources and;

  • Gain a variety of outdoor skills on private and public lands.

DETAILS:

When: July (dates to be determined)

Who: Youth ages 11-13

Camp Limit: 16 campers

Cost: $450


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Wildlife Conservation Camp

Do you have an interest in the outdoors, conservation and advanced outdoor skills? Join us for five days of wildlife related hands-on activities and engaging presentations by wildlife and natural resource professionals. Topics vary week by week but have been known to include visits from state wolf and grizzly bear specialists, outdoor film producers, nature journalists, and more. Advanced instruction in animal and plant identification, hunting, B&C official measuring and shooting sport skills. Fly fishing, fly tying and packrafting are also covered. 

CAMP GOALS

  • To develop an interest in natural resource related careers – fish, wildlife, ecology, water, etc.
  • To have an opportunity to learn from and interact with natural resource professionals.

DETAILS:

When: July (dates to be determined)

Who: Youth ages 14-18

Camp Limit: 16 campers

Cost: $450

2020 Schedule


 

 

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"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak. So we must and we will."

-Theodore Roosevelt