Experience the outdoors with hands-on educational activities
Our Youth Camps are designed to provide today’s youth ages 9-16 with both an understanding and an appreciation of our cherished natural resources and the wise management of those resources.
Summer Camp Activities
Outdoor skills, hunter safety, and wildlife studies are emphasized through a variety of activities such as
All of our camps are Licensed by Mississippi Department of Health.
- Camp I: June 3 – June 9
- Camp II: June 24 – June 30
- Camp III: July 8 – July 14
- Advanced Camp: July 22 – July 26 (Click to learn more)
- Archery Camp: July 29 – August 2 (Click to learn more)
- Recommended Ages: 9-16, boys and girls
- Camps I-II: $650 per session
- Advanced Camp: $350
- Archery Camp: $350
Our camp programs and activities include numerous industry experts, instructors, and camp visitors. Some of these include:
- Primos Hunting Calls,
- Frank Massey, USDA Predator Control Specialist
- National Guard Drug Interdiction Team
- Alligator Tagging/Control Agents
- MDWFP Law Enforcement Agents
- Natural Science Museum Staff
- MDWFP Biologist/Fisheries Representatives
What to bring to camp?
We will be outside most of the time during camp, so we’ve put together a list of what to pack for camp. Read our Quick Tips for What to Bring to Summer Camp.
Frequently Asked Questions
Check out the list of our summer camp FAQs.
Dates: Camps start in June and run through the end of July
Cost: $650 per child. $350 per child for Advanced Camp or Archery Camp.
Download the camps registration packet (PDF)
Call Now: 601-279-4261