Wolf Camp and the Wolf College



Each weeklong session of Wolf Camp focuses on one aspect of earth skills education. Wildlife tracking, geology, anthropology, oceanography, herbal studies, primitive living skills, permaculture, pioneering, wilderness survival and skills of the ancient scout are points of program emphasis. Applicants for certain sessions must have previous experience in the subject area.

General Info

Name Wolf Camp and the Wolf College
Location Puyallup, WA
Year-round Contacts 425-248-0253
Program Focuses & Features Adventure Travel, Aquatics, Archaeology, Archery, Astronomy, Bicycle Tours, Boating, Canoeing, Caving, Community Service, Conservation, Cooking, Crafts, Creative Writing, Cruises, Deep-sea Fishing, Ecology, Environmental Science, Exploration, Farming, Fine Arts, Fishing, Geology, Government, Hiking, Kayaking, Marine Biology/Studies, Mountain Biking, Mountain Trips, Mountaineering, Music, Outdoor Education, Paintball, Peace/Cross-cultural Studies, Photography, Ranch, Riding, Rock Climbing, Sailing, Sea Cruises, Seamanship, Social Services, Survival Training, Swimming, Wilderness Camping, Woodcraft, Work
Grade Range (rising grades) 1-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 9-17; Day — Coed 5-12
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Chris Chisholm, Director
Residential Fee $595, 1 week.
Day Fee $295, 1 week.
Year Established 1997
Dates & Sessions June-Sept; 12 sessions, 1 week long


Chris Chisholm, Director