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Experiential Outdoors Camp

Step outside your comfort zone!

Join our experiential educators on an adventure of a lifetime! Experience the great outdoors, learn to respect the environment around us and see what Philadelphia has to offer!

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Our camps seek to take advantage of the ecological, physical and cultural resources offered by the area. Based on this idea, we have developed an exciting outdoors camp where kids can explore, experience and relate to the environment in a real way. This camp is designed for kids to take healthy risks and step outside their comfort zone. It’s a great way to build confidence, face challenges and learn to trust others. 


Ages: 9-16

Dates: July 17 - 21 

Hours: 9 - 3pm

Location: 222 Brown St., Philadelphia, PA 19123

Cost: $650/week

Camp Lead: Jason Huber


Monday: Hike in Liberty Lands Park, and explore local highlights including Spruce Street Harbor Park.

Tuesday: Hike near the Art Museum and kayaking on the Schuylkill river.

Wednesday: Explore Chinatown and purchase ingredients for a cooking activity, then prepare for the next day!

Thursday: Travel to French Creek for a 'survival challenge' involving hiking, building a shelter, and cooking outdoors.

Friday: Hiking with goats in Valley Green, plus an outdoor activity.

Join us for this week of adventure and discovery!

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About the Camp Lead

Jason Huber is a dad, innovator, traveler and award-winning entrepreneur who is a certified eduator with the Department of Education. He founded the Global Classroom Project and is currently also the executive director at Teens Inc., where he focuses on connecting teens to the world. As a teacher, social entrepreneur and curriculum designer, Jason has empowered hundreds of teens to take international service and immersion trips. He believes project based learning, social entrepreneurship and world travel teach kids important life lessons to use both in and out of the classroom. Through his own travels in Southeast Asia and Central America, Jason has learned an important lesson himself: step into the unknown to find extraordinary results.

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