Coyote Tracks Programs

Our Coyote Tracks programs include a variety of week-long and weekend programs for youth, teens and families offered in locations around the country. Our courses range from introductions to the art of survival through advanced skills such as bow making, hide tanning, basket making and scout training. We have programs designed for children as young as age 4 through teens up to age 17, for adults with their families or those wanting to learn how to teach. In addition to our Coyote Tracks Programs, we offer specialized Concentric Rings Programs for groups such as schools and scouts. To learn more about these programs, click here.

Summer Coyote Tracks

For our summer programs, our teaching groups are small 8-12 students with a group with 4 instructors that rotate in pairs taking the kids on one of many learning adventures. Parents, youths, and teens are in similar aged groups, the teen groups are more intense, creating more of an "edge" experience. We also do larger group activities, like the Blind-Folded Drum Stalk and campfire stories with the whole camp. The philosophy of living as one with the land is interwoven into all the skills we teach

For the New Jersey programs we will be again at Camp Sheppards Mill near Bridgeton, NJ. We have platform tents available which up to two families share. Youth and Teens without families are divided into age and gender appropriate tents. Families may also feel free to bring your own tent if you wish. There will be adult supervision and professionally trained first aid staff on call throughout the night.

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