About Camp
Moonlight

 

CAMP MOONLIGHT 2019 DATES:
Session 1: JULY 22 - 25
Session 2: JULY 29 - AUGUST 1

REGISTRATION FOR CAMP MOONLIGHT OPENS
MAY 1, 2019, NOON MDT

2019 CAMP MOONLIGHT REGISTRATION
$525.00

 
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Camp Registration Includes:

  • 4 days of camp activities and programs with curriculum custom-designed for each age group. Elect to enroll your child in one 4-day session or both. Camp takes place from 9am-4pm each day.

  • Special back-country overnight trip for Bears!

  • Meals – Each day, campers will be served a healthy lunch and morning & afternoon snacks.

  • Camp Moonlight T-shirt and Nalgene water bottle

  • Campers' families are invited to a BBQ on the last day of camp. This is a chance for campers to share what they've learned, and enjoy fun activities with their families!

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Session & Group Information

Camp Moonlight is based out of the Madison Village Base Area at Big Sky Resort, July 22-25 and July 29- August 1. Each day of the two, 4-day camps will be filled with activities and adventures, appropriate to each age group. Space is available for up to 90 campers per session.

  • AGE 5 OTTERS

  • AGES 6-7 BOBCATS

  • AGES 8-10 WOLVERINES

  • AGES 11-13 BEARS

  • AGES 14-17 JUNIOR GUIDES (Click here to learn more about the Jr Guide Program) Due to overwhelming interest in the position, a waitlist has been started so please email me directly with questions.

 
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A great number of camp scholarships are available to qualifying campers, made possible by the

Be sure to check out our newly expanded scholarship criteria! 


 
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Camp Programming and Curriculum

Camp Moonlight is an adventure oriented program that emphasizes education, awareness and conservation values while fostering a greater appreciation for the natural world. Camp participants will improve their fitness, develop a greater self-awareness, make new friends and learn to work in a team oriented environment.

Camp Activities and Educational Topics May Include:

  • Navigation and route finding

  • Outdoor survival skills, wildlife safety

  • Archery

  • Native American culture

  • Outdoor Yoga & Tai Chi

  • Connecting with Nature

  • Outdoor cooking

  • Fly fishing & fish habitat

  • Special 2-night back-country trip for our oldest group, the Bears!

  • Hiking

  • Canoeing and water safety

  • Horseback riding; horse safety and care

  • Painting

  • Wildlife identification and tracking

  • Water sampling, creeks and lakes

  • Explore Microworlds

  • Plant identification

  • Natural history

  • Geology


 
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Camp Moonlight Values

  • Fun

  • Safety

  • Educational programming

  • Individual and community growth

  • Respect for individuals

  • Respect for the land and the wildlife with which we share it


 
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