Camp Wildlife is designed to give boys and girls ages 8-16 the chance to explore the great outdoors and experience the thrill of shooting sports. Campers are divided into groups for daily activities based on age and experience. At night, campers will come together for camp-wide activities designed to encourage camaraderie and friendship. Lodging assignments are made based on age and grade level. Requests for specific roommates will be honored for children within one year of age, if space is available. Special concerns about housing should be noted on the application.
Camp Wildlife is brought to you through a partnership between the Youth Learning Institute and the Clinton House. Located near Clinton, South Carolina, in the beautiful piedmont region, the Clinton House is one of the premier hunting facilities in the southeast and provides an outstanding opportunity for outdoor educational programs that promote self-esteem and self-reliance.
The property is showcased by a newly completed lodge facility that contains a 5,000 square foot great room, full service dining facility, swimming pool, meeting rooms and hotel style accommodations (with air-conditioning). With over 900 acres of woodlands, fields, ponds and streams, the property is rich in wildlife. Turkey, deer, ducks, and quail are in abundance and provide a wonderful opportunity to study and learn how ecosystems work and the importance of wisely managing our natural resources.
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