Our specialized workshops for ages 10 and older integrate adventure, science, and art. We head out to privately stocked lakes and property with gorgeous meadows, forests and endless opportunities for exploration.
What you’ll do
John Muir put it simply….”climb the mountains and get good tidings…” We’ll hike the trails to discover our unique ecosystems and the tools we need to navigate it. Join us to explore the magnificent Rocky Mountains. Discover local flora, fauna, and views of the high peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
Tuesday—Fly Fishing Camp
Cast your line, practice the strategies for ecologically sound fly fishing. Learn from the experts to understand the natives and non-natives and what they are feeding on, and try to replicate invertebrates in the form of fly tying. Fly fishing equipment and professional guide included.
Wednesday—Art with Juniper
We will be enjoying painting, drawing, clay and more out at Mud Lake with Jordan Morrow, aka Juniper!
Thursday—WildCrafting and Primitive Skills
Let’s head out to the woods to engage in primitive skills: shelter building, cordage, tracking and more! Enjoy wildcrafting with local plants foraged from the land.
What to Bring
Face mask, sunscreen, sun hat, rain jacket, layers, lunch and snacks, water bottle
How to Get There
Meet at Wild Bear and go from there!
Drop-off: 8:30 am
$70 per day. If you are experiencing financial stress, please contact CCCAP to determine if you qualify. They are adjusting their qualifications to include more families.
How to Register
Please call us at 303-258-0495 to reserve your spot. Space is limited.
Wild Bear is Boulder County's only nonprofit nature center that is open to the general public year-round. Through both our free nature center and many camps and programs, we provide hands-on nature experiences for people of all ages.