Outdoor Sports Camps

Kids have fun in the fresh air learning about equipment and technique.

Updated program information for 2022 will be available in January. Please check back.

Archery/Slingshot Camp

Entering grades 1 – 3 in fall

Two amazing and traditional target sports, the bow and arrow and the slingshot, are very popular today. Participants will gain understanding and learn to properly use them both safely. Campers will learn to make and use their own targets, learn about different types of bows, and the basics of aiming and target shooting.

Archery II Camp

Entering grades 4 – 6 in fall

Your child will advance their archery skills and build upon skills learned in our archery and slingshot camp. Daily practice and instruction is offered at camp’s three archery ranges.

Outdoor Adventure Camp

Entering grades 1 – 3 in fall

Campers get a taste for each of our four specialty tracks. Outdoor Adventure is designed to expose kids and teach general skills in the following outdoor sports: canoeing, climbing, archery and fishing. Campers will also enjoy the outdoors while participating in traditional camp activities. A different field trip will be featured each week.

Climbing Camp

Entering grades 3 – 5 in fall

Campers embark on a climbing adventure! Campers will gain new skills and self-confidence every day through a variety of climbing activities. Campers test their strength, strategy, and skill while learning safety procedures, belay techniques, knot tying and proper climbing techniques. 

Fishing Camp

Entering grades 4 – 6 in fall

Camp Streefland is working with the MN DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife to utilize the MinnAqua Program’s national award-winning fishing and aquatic education curriculum in our fishing camps. MinnAqua is a statewide education program designed to teach angling recreation and stewardship as well as the ecology and conservation of aquatic habitats.

Kids get hooked on fishing as they learn basic fishing skills. Lakes provide the scene for fishing fun using the catch-and-release method. Campers will learn about safety when fishing, how to tie knots, fish identification, which bait to use and how our actions impact nature. Campers can bring their own pole and tackle, or equipment will be provided.

Climbing II Camp

Entering grades 4 – 6 in fall

Campers strike out on a bold adventure as they test their strength, strategy, and skill. Climbers learn about basic climbing, belay techniques, knot tying and climbing safety. Fun team challenge initiatives will aid in a successful climb.