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Announcing Twin Eagles Summer Camps 2014!!

Registration is now open!

Outdoor Adventure Camp

We are very excited to announce Twin Eagles Summer Camps 2014! We have a great camp lineup this summer, including some great new camps alongside all of our favorite classics. Last summer many of our camps filled to capacity with waiting lists, so we encourage you to register soon

At Twin Eagles, we believe that connecting deeply with nature is critical to whole child development. The experiences we offer bring kids back to a simpler, more connected way of life where their senses are honed to once again hear the call of the wild, revel in the feeling of mud squishing between their toes, delight in the beauty of wildflowers, and listen to the music in mountain streams. Kids develop authentic resiliency through real world challenges and traditional earth based skills as they experience the deep peace of the natural world.

Our highly trained instructors draw out kids' passions through nature based activities like:
  • Making fire by friction
  • Learning edible & medicinal plants
  • Exploring natural mysteries
  • Traditional Archery
  • Tracking wild animals
  • Building natural shelters
  • Discovering the language of the forest
  • Training as the native scouts of old did
  • Learning earth based crafts, stories, songs
  • and much, much more!
Outdoor Adventure Camp

This coming summer we are offering eleven full weeks of summer camp in Sandpoint, Spokane, and Priest River. They include:
This summer we are continuing our inspirational theme based day camps here at Twin Eagles! 2014 Day Camp themes include:
  • Woodland Archers Camp - New for 2014!! - Hardwood creaks under tension as the string is drawn back... FLING! The arrow casts forward lightning fast with perfect aim, sure to protect your tribe from the approaching danger!
  • Nature Ninjas Camp - Nature ninjas are the eyes and ears of the tribe, protectors of the village. They are masters of stealth, camouflage, and invisibility, traveling unseen and unheard amongst the shadows...
  • Wilderness Survival Camp - There is an ancient calling deep in the heart to experience the freedom and adventure of living wild and free, close to nature - to provide for one's own needs directly from the Earth...
These theme based camps are only for our day camps for kids ages 6 - 14, and are very popular. That said, we especially encourage you to register for these soon!

For full information on our summer camps, including our online registration, check out our Twin Eagles Summer Camp web page here.

Volunteer or Work with Twin Eagles this summer!

We are currently looking for volunteer assistant instructors who wish to deepen their experience of authentic nature based mentoring in a powerful culture of deep nature connection. Make a difference in the world by helping to restore hope in today's youth by connecting them deeply to nature, community, and self. Have a blast connecting with other nature based mentors and a whole community with shared values. Accommodations & meals provided at overnight camps. Click here for more info on volunteering at Twin Eagles.

We are also looking to hire staff for the roles of Lead Instructor, Lead Cook, and Assistant Cook. We're offering paid positions based on experience, with accommodations & meals provided for overnight camps. Have a blast working in a powerful deep nature connection mentoring culture, and deepening your mentoring expertise while supporting a common Vision of restoring hope in today's youth. We're known for crafting a culture of authentic depth mentoring. Click here for more info on working with Twin Eagles.

Looking forward!

Tim Corcoran
co-Director & co-Founder
Twin Eagles Wilderness School

Header photo courtesy Joseph Rocchio Photography
Twin Eagles Wilderness School eNewsletter