Camp Wilani’s Teen Adventure Backpacking Camp
This week’s session hosted by Camp Wilani is a 5-night backpack in the Central Cascades!
This week’s session hosted by Camp Wilani is a 5-night backpack in the Central Cascades! This incredible program is for 11-17 year old campers. It is entirely off site!
Campers will be given an inspirational send off by Oregon hiking guru William Sullivan, author of 23 hiking and cultural history books. This session has a 1-4 camper to staff expert ratio plus a logistics support team. This is a great way for campers to experience the wonder and empowerment of backpacking!
This trip runs from July 7th - July 12th.
About William Sullivan:
Sullivan is the author of five novels and a dozen books about Oregon, including the popular “100 Hikes” series, “Hiking Oregon’s History,” and “Oregon Favorites.” His journal of a 1000-mile hike he took across Oregon, “Listening for Coyote,” was chosen by the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission as one of Oregon’s “100 Books,” the 100 most significant books in the state’s history. Sullivan is gifting Camp Fire Wilani with an incredible send off for the inaugural Camp Fire Wilani Teen Backpacking Adventure with this very special presentation for the campers, staff, and families and a special invitation for the public!
About Camp Fire Wilani:
At its heart, the Camp Wilani Program is about immersing young people in a caring, inclusive environment in which each child can safely push their boundaries, create lasting friendships, disconnect from electronics and be immersed in nature. We recruit, hire, and comprehensively train adult staff people to be exemplary facilitators of a healthy and positive experience for all of our campers. Every staff person is rigorously interviewed, reference checked, and is required to have an FBI criminal background check. To register, visit our website at www.wilanicouncil.org/registration
Date & Time
July 7, 2019
Camp Fire Wilani 380 Q Street Suite 260 Springfield 97477 OR US https://www.oregonfamily.com/businesses/or-springfield-camp-fire-wilani