Junior Maine Woodscraft (ages 9-12)

camper cuts a branch with a bowsawCampers will enjoy the true Maine wilderness and learn traditional outdoor skills in this exciting hands-on experience. Our Junior Maine Woodcraft campers begin by setting up their remote campsite on Mt. Christopher. From there they will take to the Challenge course and high ropes. The week will be spent learning and practicing traditional backcountry skills, wilderness cooking, canoe travel, hiking, axemanship, and more! There will also be plenty of time spent cooling off in and on the waters of the beautiful Bryant Pond!

campers walking on a trail in the woodsOn Friday, each Junior Maine Woodscraft participant will receive their JMW patch, recognizing their achievement within this exciting program. The Junior Maine Woodcraft program is the first step towards becoming a Junior Maine Guide. Some campers will choose to follow the woodcraft path towards this achievement, while others simply enjoy the excitement and challenges of this wonderful program and may return to try something new.

Ages: 9-12

Program Dates:
Week #1 6/25/23-6/30/2023  (Session Full)
Week #3 7/9/23-7/14/2023. (Session Full)
Week #5 7/23/23-7/28/2023 (Session Full)

Cost: $675.00What to bring list:  WTB Remote Site Overnight

Register Online Waiting List option available or openings are still available at our sister site located in Princeton Maine.  Please see link below.

Please consider joining us for a Jr. Maine Woodscraft experience at
Greenland Point!

Greenland Point 4-H Camp