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Outdoor Education Program

Program Vision 

Through the U-Nah-Li-Ya Outdoor Education program, it is our hope to instill an environmental code of ethics and an appreciation for the Earth in the youth that we serve.

Program Overview

The Outdoor Environmental Education Program is designed for students ranging from 4th to 8th grade, however the program can be altered to accommodate other groups if interested. Through hands-on educational sessions, cooperative exercises, and recreational activities, we strive to develop an understanding in students of their connections with each other and the environment AND MORE!

One of the cornerstones of the Environmental Education Program is our focus on learning being fun, interactive, and challenging. Classes cover many topics including Orienteering, Water Studies, Eco-Studies, Canoeing, Rock Climbing, and Cross-Country Skiing, to name a few. To continue the learning and fun, we also offer evening programing with activities including Capture-the-Flag, Night Hikes, Folk Dances, Scavenger Hunts, and Campfires.  Our schedule also allows for important recreation time that fosters bonding and powerful memories they will talk about for years. 

OEE programs occur during fall, winter, and spring; therefore, each program is tailored to the season in which it occurs.

10 Targeted Character Traits

  1. Adaptive Leadership 
  2. Healthy Social Interactions 
  3. Environmental Stewardship 
  4. Resilience 
  5. Creativity 
  6. Independence 
  7. Confidence 
  8. Positive Attitude
  9. True Play 
  10. Intentional Listening

Environmental Education Course Offerings

You will work with our Outdoor Education Director to hand pick your students' courses. To see class descriptions click HERE

  • Alpha – Beta
  • Burma Bridge
  • Canoeing and Voyager History
  • Creative Drama
  • XC Skiing
  • CSI: Tracking
  • Eco Encounters
  • From Roots To Leaves
  • Initiatives & Team Building
  • Natural Senses
  • Orienteering
  • Our Micro World  ** New Class**
  • Outdoor Living Skills
  • Primitive Fishing
  • Predator – Prey
  • Snowshoeing
  • Water Water Everywhere
  • World Games

Included In Your Program

Choose a 1, 2, or 3 day program and we will provide:

  • Classes Of Your Choice
  • All-You-Can-Eat Home Cooked Meals
  • Four Season Lodging
  • Evening Programs
  • Recreational Activities

Program Options

2 Night, 3 Day Program 

This option allows your school to have 6 educational classes, 4 evening activities, and 7 meals. This option gives you the most flexibility when choosing your classes, and gives the students ample time to discover nature and all it has to offer.

2 Night, 3 Day Sample Schedule

1 Night, 2 Day Program 

This option allows your school to have 3 educational classes, 2 evening activities, and 4 meals. This is a great option if you are looking for a shorter time commitment, but still want a great experience.

1 Night, 2 Day Sample Schedule

Day Trips

Day trip class and meal options are based on how long the group will be at camp. Below are two examples of  day trips. For more information on day trips, please contact the Director of Outdoor Education.

School Hours Day Trip Sample Schedule

Long Day Trip Sample Schedule

Program Pricing 

 Groups with programming (no meals included)

Day group

$25.00/Person ($375.00 Minimum)

1 Night, 2 Day

$45.00/Person ($675.00 Minimum)

2 Night, 3 Day

$70.00/Person ($1,050.00 Minimum)


Groups with meals and programming included

Day Group with 1 Meal

$35.00/Person ($525.00 Minimum)

Day Group with 2 Meals

$45.00/Person ($675.00 Minimum)

1 Night with 1-3 Meals 

$74.00/Person ($1,110.00 Minimum)

1 Night with 4 Meals

$85.00/Person ($1,275.00 Minimum)

2 Nights with 1-3 Meals

$95.00/Person ($1,425.00 Minimum)

2 Nights with 4-7 Meals

$100.00/Person ($1,500.00 Minimum)

Add High Ropes to any program group

Additional $10.00/person

Additional Meal to an existing meal plan


School Staff = Free

Parent Chaperones = 50% of Student Fee

 Contact Us for Booking Information