Play and learn in outdoor wild spaces
Wild Kidz 2022 registration is now open!
Learn how to make a shelter, build a fire and navigate through the wilderness! Wild Kidz is designed for children and youth ages 8 to 17 to learn outdoor skills, wilderness safety and about their community’s wild spaces in a fun, safe environment.
Children participate in many outdoor activities such as shelter-building, fire-building, orienteering (compass work), and outdoor education (e.g. Bear-Aware and Hug-a-Tree programs) combined with a small science curriculum.
There are a range of activities provided, from visiting local ecological attractions – like provincial or national parks – to BCWF members providing programs or demonstrations of their outdoor-related talents. Each camp is programmed around the host community’s attractions and resources, making every camp a unique experience.
$250 for the general public
$200 for BCWF Members
Surrey – SOLD OUT!
Fort St. John
July 4 - 8
Dawson Creek, BC
Fort St. John, BC
Wild Kidz & COVID-19
In order to keep campers at our Wild Kidz camp safe, we have implemented a number of safety measures to limit contact and the potential spread of COVID-19. The following will be taken to ensure camper health and safety:
- Daily symptom monitoring
- Encouraged face masks or face shields
- Frequent hand sanitizing
- Increased cleaning schedule for all commonly touched surfaces
- Hourly bathroom cleaning
- Most lessons occurring outdoors
We will continue to adapt and adjust these requirements to keep our campers, staff, families, and communities safe.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the BCWF Youth Programs Team: