All of the classes listed below adhere to the Next Generation Science Standards. Along with each lesson is an accompanying field journal worksheet that reinforces the lessons learned back in the classroom.


Nature Hike

Students enjoy the beauty of the Prescott National Forest as they explore, define foundational ecological concepts, and make discoveries about the local flora and fauna.


Fire in the Desert

Students will learn about how wildfires are a healthy process for desert environments and how humans utilize prescribed burns to protect the health of the forest and those who live in the area. Students will build a campfire using kindling, twigs and logs and compare their fire building lesson to predict what might happen to the area around them during a fire.



A treasure hunt for the 21st century! Students will learn how to use GPS devices to track down different caches around camp. At each cache, students will observe different animal markings that will help lead them to the secret final cache!


Energy Of The Archers

Students learn about the relationship between kinetic and potential energy. They then use bows and arrows to put their learning into action.


Shelter Building

Students will predict what goes into building a secure shelter in the woods and what problems they might encounter. They will strategize different ways to build a strong shelter and then put their plans to the test using natural resources.


Owl Pellets

Students learn about physical and behavioral adaptations of desert owls and what makes them elite predators of the area. Later, students will have a chance to dissect an owl pellet and log abundance and diversity of the owl's diet.


Water In The West

Students will learn about the different stages of the water cycle and how it specifically relates to Desert Environments. They will then come up with different ways pollutants enter the cycle and brainstorm ways they can minimize human impact in their everyday lives.


Everybody Needs A Rock

Students acquire a deeper appreciation for
rocks while gaining a geological perspective on
landscape formation.


Team Building

Students will learn skills in communication and teamwork while participating in different levels of challenging games and initiatives.


Zip Line

Students will learn how to set personal goals and work through personal limitations while participating in our high ropes course.

Evening Activities

Our evening activities are the perfect way to end the day. We adjust all evening activities ensuring it accommodates everyone’s age, ability, and energy level.


Camp Fire

At Camp Fire, our facilitators tell stories and teach students a variety of camp songs. It’s also a place where students can perform rehearsed skits for one another. After the singing and story telling, students roast marsh mellows over the fire and enjoy s’mores with one another. A true camp classic.


Game Night

Game night is centered around students having fun and playing. Students will be split up into their small groups and have different tasks assigned to them by either their teachers or chaperones. Then, it’s a race to see which team can fulfil the most tasks by the night’s end. Laughter and silliness is sure to fill the room.

Sample Schedule

Below is what your time will look like when coming to camp.

Day 1

11:00 Arrival - Unload and Find Cabins

12:00: Sack Lunch (Optional)

1:00 Split into Outdoor Ed Groups

01:15 Zip Line

02:30 Fire In The Desert

03:45 Energy Of The Archers

05:00 Activities End (Free Time)

05:30 Dinner

07:00 Campfire

08:30 Back to Cabins

09:30 Lights out

Day 2

07:30 Breakfast

09:00 Outdoor Ed Group Time

09:15 Nature Hike

10:30 Water In The West

12:00 Lunch

01:00 Owl Pellets

02:15 Shelter Building

03:30 Geocaching

04:45 Activities End (Free Time)

05:30 Dinner

07:00 Game Night

08:30 Back to Cabins

09:30 Lights out

Day 3

07:00 Move out of cabins

07:30 Breakfast

08:30 Move Luggage to Ball Field

09:00 Busses Depart