Camperships for Ecological Wilderness Camping

by Expanding Opportunities
Apr 18, 2013

CAMP FOREST EXPEDITIONS!

A waterproof "Eagle Shelter"
A waterproof "Eagle Shelter"

The Time Has COME!!  SPRING is Here.  Parents and children are planning for summer!  Camp Forest is ready.  This year Camp Forest is offering three week long expeditions.  Chidlren from all over the world can participate in these adventures:   June 24 - 28   Passagassawaukeag River Expedition - The Passy: Campers travel by canoe through slow and fast water to reach the ocean at Belfast, Maine. Along the way they hone their canoeing skills, learn to make shelters, fire, cook, fish and forage.
July 29 - August 2 High Alpine Appalachian Trail Hike: This is a more advanced expedition and offers a taste of the Appalachian Trail. For those who have traversed the entire trail, it is an experience each hiker holds close to their heart.  Maybe some of these campers will be enticed to complete it in the future.  August 19 - 23   Beaver Expedition: the Beaver Expedition is a wonderful first expedition or a great place to hone more advanced skills.  Hiking into the forest,  creating camp, foraging, fishing, learning about fire, and water all add to this most memorable week.

Cooking over the open fire
Cooking over the open fire
Getting to know the river.
Getting to know the river.

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Organization Information

Expanding Opportunities

Location: Brooks, ME - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.exop.org
Project Leader:
Beverly Stone
Brooks, Maine United States