Camp Wild is Almost Full
In 2017, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department introduced “Camp Wild,” a wildlife conservation and outdoor recreation summer camp. The camp’s popularity has grown, and it looks like it’s here to stay. Only one camp, in Dayton, has a few remaining openings for this summer.
The camp is open to students entering fifth and sixth grades this fall and will be held July 1 through 3 at Amsden Creek Wildlife Habitat Management Area from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. This is not an overnight camp.
The program will include hands-on learning about wildlife, habitats, aquatic ecology, navigation, fishing, and archery.
Campers will need to bring a water bottle and a lunch each day. Camper will receive a Camp Wild T-shirt and journal for participating in the camp.
Click here to register.