Need something to do this summer? Want to put an adventurous twist on your summer camp experience? These camps are a positive way for your child to spend their summer and a great way for them to learn new skills. This year we are offering Adventure Camp and Expedition Camp. These camps are a great way for the campers to gain invaluable skills and build a lifelong love of the outdoors!
Register for Camp!
Or call 907-474-6027 or stop by the Outdoor Adventures Office at the SRC.
Please remember to arrive 15 to 20 min early the first day to complete necessary paperwork (Waiver, Medical Form, Consent Form).
Nanook Expedition Camp
Want more than just a backyard experience this summer? Get out into Alaska on daily expeditions! Campers will be challenged both physically and mentally as we travel off campus to meet adventure face to face. With this camp we are taking all the skills we cover in the Nanook Adventure Camp and putting them into action in nature. We will spend one day on UAF’s campus taking advantage of the many recreational opportunities, such as indoor rock climbing, rappelling off the outdoor climbing tower, and hiking the campus trails. The rest of the week we will be rock climbing at Grapefruit Rocks, hiking in the Chena State Recreation Area, honing our paddling skills at Tanana Lakes, and finally floating one of the interiors beautiful rivers. All of this will take place under the expert supervision and instruction of the DRAW staff members. This camp is a great step up for all campers with previous Nanook Adventure Camp experience.
(Cost includes snacks)
Nanook Adventure Camps
This week long camp will give each camper experience in climbing, hiking and canoeing. All of this taking place on the beautiful UAF Campus. These camps are not only a positive way for your camper to spend their summer, but also a great way for them to challenge themselves both physically and mentally. Each camper will gain lifelong skills in outdoor recreation.
Each day will jam-packed with many different activities ranging from hiking the campus trail system to testing our strength at the outdoor climbing tower. We will also spend a day at Tanana Lakes learning about paddling, and a day on the Chena River floating through town.