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Rangers Camp: Stealth, Archery & Wilderness Survival

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Wilderness Survival - Overnight Camp

Rangers Camp immerses you in the skills of Trackers Craft. With dedication and hard-work, your training can grow into a life-long study in the following ancient arts:

Wilderness Survival Learn skills of shelter, fire with no matches, and wild plants while immersed in the arts of wilderness survival and woodworking.

Tracking Delve into the amazing world of wildlife by practicing to become master trackers. Learn to stay safe and found in the outdoors while following trails of deer, elk, bobcat, and more.

Stealth Study the Rangers art of stealth. Learn ancient skills that teach awareness and resiliency through lessons of ecology, invisibility and leadership.

Archery Develop archery for stealth and practical wilderness skills. Use traditional wood bows and even learn on modern archery sets such as composite, take-down and compound. With its longstanding and thorough curriculum and instructors, Trackers camps offer the most experience, leading archery training for youth in Portland.

Train with experienced mentors while camping at our primitive Rangers Camp. In this epic forest in the foothills of Mt. Hood we track herds of elk, cook meals over a wood-fired kitchen, go fishing in our private pond and train at the archery range nearly every day!

Summer Camps Portland

Grade 5-12 Rangers Camp: Stealth, Archery and Wilderness Survival (Overnight) Make your village at Camp Trackers, in the epic Marmot Valley. Spend your days learning wilderness survival and bushcraft skills with experienced mentors. Spend your nights under the stars and around the village campfire.

Grade 9-12 Outdoor Leadership: Wilderness Skills Guide Develop the wilderness skills of Forest Craft. Go beyond making a fire without matches or building a shelter. Learn to teach in the outdoors as you cultivate a deep connection with nature.

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Consecutive Weeks

For campers staying more than one week, we offer Weekend Adventures. With canoes trips to mountain lakes and trips to the Oregon Coast you see the best of the Pacific Northwest. Learn more

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Give us a call (503) 345-3312


We have scholarship awards available of up to 5%-25% for families in need. Due to limited funds of awards we recommend you apply early to increase your family's chances of acceptance. Submit a scholarship application.

Overnight Camp schedule and sample day

9:30-10am: Parent drop-off for Shuttle Bus
Camp orientation, Move in, Lunch and Guild Activities, Evening Campfire
Breakfast and Cabin Duties, Guild Activities, Lunch and Rest Time, Guild Activities, Dinner, Evening Activities and Campfire
Breakfast and Cabin Duties, Guild Activities, Lunch and Rest Time, Feast, Trade Blanket & Other Evening Activities, Final Campfire Ceremony
Breakfast and Packing, Guild Activities, Lunch, Site Clean Up and Closing Ceremonies
4:30pm: Parent pick-up from Trackers