Camp Woodie’s mission is to pass on the legacy of our wildlife and waterfowl hunting heritage to the next generation of hunters. Camp Woodie activities include hunter safety training, five stand sporting clays, high and low trap houses, incoming and away skeet ranges, walk thru sporting clays, archery at our 3-D archery course, pellet rifles, .22 rifles, fishing, canoeing, boating, swimming, basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, duck identification, waterfowl management, shelter building, cast net throwing, and professional instructor seminars (Hugh McLaurin / Big Lake Duck Calls, Palmetto Gun Dogs, TNT Taxidermy).
To learn more about Camp Woodie, please visit the Camp Woodie website.
Camp Leopold’s mission is “to create an ecologically literate citizenry by heightening student awareness of the natural world, fine-tuning the skills necessary to read the landscape, and instilling a love, respect, and admiration for the land so that each individual might develop a personal land ethic.” Camp activities are designed to provide a creative outdoor classroom focusing on wildlife, wetland and upland ecology. The Camp Leopold curriculum is uniquely designed to help students and teachers achieve academic standards in science, reading and math through hands on outdoor education.
To learn more about Camp Leopold, please visit the Camp Leopold website.