Out Trip/Learn to Camp
Accompanied by a Bark Lake facilitator, participants will embark on an expedition into the wilderness on a camping trip anywhere from 1 to 4 nights in length, on or off-site. Participants can choose the difficulty of their course of travel depending on their desired outcomes. Participants will hike, canoe, or snowshoe their way to a campsite, where they will learn essential tripping skills such as how to set up a tent, how to cook their own meals, and leave-no-trace camping practices. Participants will also take part in the packing process, in which they will learn about gear and how to use it. Out-trip allows for relationship building, skill-development, and an opportunity to appreciate the beauty of nature, off the grid. Participants are able to make use of their own gear or if required, rent gear from Bark Lake at an additional cost.
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter