Camp Fire Wilani | Resident Camp, Day Camp, Outdoor School Provider, Teen Leadership, Service Learning, Club Programs

Outdoor School

 

Outdoor School

Camp Fire Wilani is excited to launch its services as an Outdoor School provider! OSU Extension directly reimburses schools 100% of costs associated with approved Outdoor School programs for 5th and 6th grade students. To view the OSU Extension funding application, click here! Or visit the OSU Outdoor School webpage here!

We offer three-day, two night programs at beautiful Camp Wilani @Havenroot: a biologically diverse, beautiful location with a pond, stream, Western pond turtles, rough skinned newts, a wide variety of birds, deer, and other wildlife. We have cozy, simple cabins with bunk beds that sleep between 8 and 12. We can currently accommodate 56 students and 8 adults per three-day session. We will soon be able to house as many as 120 people per session, hopefully by Summer 2019.

Interested in booking Camp Fire Wilani as your provider? Contact Elissa Kobrin: ekobrin@wilanicouncil.org, Direct: 541-359-4508

Three-day Residential Program

Camp Fire Wilani is piloting a 3-day, 2-night residential, NGSS-aligned outdoor school program at Camp Wilani @Havenroot in Veneta, Oregon in Spring of 2019. Our programs are designed to meet the needs of individual classes and can be tailored to meet specific class needs by adjusting learning content and the inclusion of need-specific elements such as team building facilitation and positive conflict resolution.

Our programs run Monday-Wednesday or Wednesday-Friday

Traveling Day Program

Designed to reduce travel costs and teach students about their local environments, this 3-day program comes to you. Our facilitators select a destination or group of destinations within 30 driving minutes of the school we are serving and provide place based-lessons from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, any three consecutive days Monday-Friday. Transportation can be provided by district busses, carpools, rented van, or other method.

Sample Residential Program Schedule Example:

Day 1

10:30 AM – Arrival and move into cabins

11:15 AM: Icebreakers, orientation and sack lunch (provided from home)

12:30 PM: Break into trail groups

12:30 – 3:30 PM: – On trail lessons

3:30 PM: Snack break

3:45 – 5:00 PM: On trail lessons

5:00 – 5:30 PM: Break

5:30 PM: Line up for dinner and wash hands

5:45: Dining procedures

6:00 PM: Dinner and Clean Up

7:00 PM: Evening Program

8:00 PM: Campfire

8:45 PM: Get ready for bed

9:30 PM: Lights Out

Day 2

7:45 AM: Wash hands, line up for breakfast

8:00 AM: Breakfast and clean up

9:00 AM -12:00 PM: On trail lessons

12:00 PM: Wash hands, line up for lunch

12:15: Lunch and clean up

1:00 – 3:30 PM: On trail lessons

3:30 – 3:45 PM: Snack break

3:45 – 5:00 PM: On trail lessons

5:00  Р5:30 PM: Break

5:30 PM: Wash hands, line up for dinner

5:45 PM: Dinner and clean up

7:00 PM: Evening Program

8:00 PM: Campfire

8:45 PM: Get ready for bed

9:30 PM: Lights Out

Day 3

7:00 AM: Pack up, clean, bring luggage to staging area

7:30 AM: Cabin inspection

7:45: Wash hands, line up for breakfast

8:00 AM: Breakfast, make sack lunches, clean up

9:00 AM: Break into trail groups

9:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Silent hike, reflections

11:00 AM: Closing Circle

11:30: Sack lunch

12:00: PM: Departure

 

 

 

 

 

Our Promise

Young people want to shape the world.

Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.

In Camp Fire, it begins now.

Light the fire within