2015 Summer Camps for Teens
and Adventure Trips for Teens
Partial Scholarships Still Available, See Below
As they mature into teenagers, campers may choose to become CITs, or teen campers, or both. This is a powerful choice. Both pathways provide different kinds of learning. However, if you wish to deepen your skills and become closer to nature, we highly recommend joining the teen camp experience.
Our teen camps offer an opportunity to go far beyond the edge of what the camper has done before. We offer skills in outdoor living, archery, advanced survival, backpacking, naturalist knowledge, stealth movement, mixed martial arts, and more. These are skills that are unique and ultimately provide a pathway to get closer to the heart of nature. The teen camps offer a community of other teenagers who are connected to nature, supportive to each other, and deeply engaged in the passion for learning new skills. In these camps, you will be challenged at a level unreachable by younger groups and you will continue developing your knowledge and skills at new levels that are not taught in our other camps.
Our backpacking trips offer your teen the chance to climb mountains, swim in ice cold waterfalls, move in the shadows, develop your aim, agility and speed, develop leadership with your peers, gather plants from the wild for food and medicine, build advanced shelters, make fire by friction, meet the elements, and laugh into the night around the fireside after a long day of living outdoors.
Whichever challenge you choose, we create a community to support you, encourage you and bring you farther than you ever dreamed possible.
Camp Schedule 2015
Aug 3-7 Mountain Quest (Backpacking Trip): Bear Clan Ages 13-18
Aug 10-14 Wolverine Teen Camp Ages 11-18
Regular Camp Times: 9:00am-3:00pm
Regular Camp Cost: $215 for PWC members, $240 for non-members. Mtn. Quest Camps: $600 for PWC members, $575 for non-members Scholarship Options Available
Questions? Call our office at (919) 489-0900.
Piedmont Wildlife Center is located at Leigh Farm Park, near the intersection of NC-54 and I-40. Click here for directions.