The Camp 307 Mission
Camp 307 provides experiences for youth that foster lifelong health, wellness, and appreciation for life along the Bighorns. Developing a strong connection to this place we all call home and defining the role that each individual has in preserving the world around them develops good citizens that are better stewards of the land, its natural resources, and the culture that defines Wyoming.
How it works
Camp 307 was designed for personalized experiences with a focus on individualized attention that isn’t often possible in a large group setting. Our camps maintain a 4 to 1 camper to instructor ratio and often includes expert guidance from professionals in a related field.
We often describe Camp 307 as a deep-dive into wilderness skills and experiences that we hope will seed a passion for these activities, ones we believe campers can take with them and enjoy their entire lives. Such passions, whether it be casting a handmade fly on a custom-built rod or navigating the wilderness with a map and compass, are ways to pursue lifelong health and wellness in the Bighorns and beyond.
Camp 307 uses outdoor adventure in the accessible backcountry of the Bighorns to foster a deeper appreciation for the natural majesty of the outdoors and create a generation of better stewards of the land.
Camp 307 Camp Calendar
Spend Early Release Fridays with Camp 307
Are you trying to figure out what to do with your kids after school on Friday afternoons? Don’t worry, Camp 307 has got you covered. We will be taking our popular week-long Summer Camps and offering them through the fall on Friday afternoons, right after school. This is a great opportunity to keep your young adventurers active and pursuing their passions.
Here’s what you need to know
Each camp will be advertised two weeks prior to the start of the next month, allowing flexibility for the athletic, academic, and weather cycles. (September is ready to register and advertised at the bottom of this email.)
Invite your friends and family to join our email list to stay up to date with upcoming camps and outdoor opportunities. This can do this by visiting our website: camp307.org
September |Art of the Fly
School’s out! Time to catch some fish! Join in on the fun as we learn to tie our favorite patterns and then head out to fish the local ponds and streams. Whether you fancy yourself an expert looking to get more time on the water or want to learn the basics of fly fishing, Art of the Fly has something for everyone. Spend your Friday afternoons tying flies and honing your fly fishing skills this fall.
DATES: 9/4, 9/11, 9/18, 8/25
TIME: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm (See registration form for more details)
LOCATION: Meet at the Y in the Park
Limited to 8 campers | Grades 4th – 8th
Your camper will need a day pack with water shoes or sandals, a water bottle, and a raincoat. Make sure they are prepared to be outside, rain or shine.
Download: Registration Form | September
Join the Camp 307 Interest List
Want to know when new camps open for registration? We’ll let you know. Just give us the information below and we will email you when new camps are added to the activities calendar.
The fine print
Camp 307 adventures and camps are open to everyone and scholarships are available for qualifying Y members. Please see the front desk or call 307 684 9558 for details.