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$190

Mountain Craft Wilderness Camp in Hedgesville

  • 12 Ratings

Spend four days outdoors learning primitive wilderness skills. Team up with experts to work on your abilities, then enjoy music, bonfires and more in the evening hours.

Duration: 8 hr - 24 hr
Cancellation: No refunds for cancelled bookings.

What You Will Do

  • Learn primitive skills like used by our ancestors such as fire by friction, gourd art, archery, flint knapping, yarn spinning and more in seven scheduled sessions with several options per session
  • Team up with expert instructors who teach you essential skills needed to survive in the wilderness without modern conveniences or technology
  • Enjoy evening events like music jams, bonfires and wild tea parties with your fellow campers

What's Included

  • Camping
  • Breakfast and lunch
  • Seven 3-4 hour workshops
  • Most materials

Additional Information

  • Pets are allowed by appointment only and acknowledgement of risk is required. Find a full list of suggestions at www.mountaincraft.org.

  • Full refunds available through August 15 and partial refunds available through September 1.

Customer Reviews

  • 12 Ratings

  • Tracey

Great Instructors - Great Learning Environment! Thank you Jason and Sera for taking care of the land and allowing your medicinal plant students and amazing opportunity to see and find such great healing plants growing naturally on your land. The addition of the teaching pavilion and solar panels was a nice addition - There is no doubt in my mind that the North American Bushcraft School will keep growing and going. Thank you and your staff for an amazing weekend. Tracey P. Harpers Ferry, WV

September 12, 2017

  • Andrea

My children and family were so welcomed into this community. We learned a ton, met amazing people, shared in community and had a blast. Thank you to Sera and Jason for creating this and to all the amazing instructors, staff and volunteers - job well done. My daughter who is eleven said as we were driving home "I have found my tribe." I think that sums it up.

September 12, 2017

  • Sharon

Jason and the community of folks that gather at the North American Bushcraft School are great. The classes are accessible and interesting - in one day I made a gourd bowl and a freeform basket out of kudzu vine. The kids ran around, played together nicely, and had a blast learning primitive skills. I came with friends but made new friends with folks who were kind and had interesting experiences to share. In the evenings, there was music and dancing (seriously good bands!). Things to work on: classes actually offered do not always match what's listed on the website (though there are plenty of great options, so I was satisfied); food for folks with special diets (it was available but not enticing. Lunch was the same quinoa salad I had for breakfast plus some lettuce); and the port-a-johns (they get gross quickly - how about building some composting toilets and putting cleaning into the work rotation?). These were all minor inconveniences, though - we had a great time and are looking for opportunities to go back and spend more time there.

September 12, 2017
1435 Providence Church Rd, Hedgesville, WV 25427, USA