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Eco-adventure Summer Camps


Ages 5-7
Must be 5 years & 6 months by camp start date

The Trailblazers explore the mountain through games and structured free play. This age group might not travel quite as far as their older counterparts, but they have just as much fun! Trailblazers spend their days singing songs, listening to stories and recording all of the mountain sights and sounds in their journals (or, as we like to call them, Adventure Logs!). Your camper will learn a great deal about wildlife through educationally framed games and most likely build an awesome debris shelter “fort”. We also recognize that with little ones every day is a unique experience, so activities are dictated by whatever is going to keep Trailblazers smiling and coming home with awesome stories to share. This age group explores the mountain’s closer network of Discovery trails and often climbs the short, but awesome, Dinkey Peak.

2022 CAMPS

Week 1 - July 4-8 Survival Challenge $369 $65
Week 2 - July 11-15 Mystery Quest $369 $65
Week 3 - July 18-22 Junior Ecologist $369 $65
Week 4 - July 25-29 Survival Challenge $369 $65
Week 5 - Aug 2-5 (4 days) Mystery Quest $295 $52
Week 6 - Aug 8-12 Junior Ecologist $369 $65
Week 7 - Aug 15-19 Survival Challenge $369 $65
Week 8 - Aug 22-26 Mystery Quest $369 $65
Week 9 - Aug 29-Sept 2 Junior Ecologist $369 $65


Minimum Age

We trust our instructors, and based on several years of feedback about the 5-7 year old age group, participants must be 5 by Dec 31, 2022. This means, they will be a minimum of 5 years and 6 months by camp time. Experience has shown that these 6 extra months, and having a year of school complete, make for a much better experience in camp for them and the rest of their group. 

Every day is different on the mountain, and we train our instructors on a ton of games, activities and skills to make each day fun, adjustable and engaging for every group. Here is some more of what you may hear about from the kids!

  • Learning edible plants
  • Exploring natural mysteries
  • The best games and activities for each age group
  • Checking out animal tracks
  • Building survival shelters
  • Journaling and reflection
  • Learning earth based crafts, art projects, stories and songs
  • Navigation
  • Pondology (a science unique to Mt Seymour)
  • Hunting for historic cabins
  • Culminating Quests and Challenges