Are you ready for an amazing summer at JBYCC?
We can’t wait for summer time! This year’s Joe Budd Youth Conservation Camp day programs include two options: Freshwater Fishing Camp and Adventures Camp. Find out more about them below.
All campers receive a camp shirt and water bottle along with other JBYCC swag. Join us for a summer of new friends and unforgettable outdoor adventures!
2022 Camp Schedule:
All camps and weeks are available for campers in 3rd-8th grade.
- June 6-10 – Freshwater Fishing Camp – $210
- June 13-17 – Freshwater Fishing Camp – $210
- June 20-24 – Freshwater Fishing Camp – $210
- June 27 – July 1 – Freshwater Fishing Camp – $210
- July 11-15 – Adventures Camp – $210
- July 18-22 – Adventures Camp – $210
- July 25-29 – Adventures Camp – $210
- August 1-5 – Adventures Camp – $210
Online registration opens February 1st, 2022:
After February 1st, once you have registered your child for a specific program, a camp staff member will contact you with further information and payment instructions. As always, summer camp is filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Freshwater Fishing Camp
Fish Camp is all about learning fishing basics. Topics will include tackle assembly and use, knot tying, casting, and angling techniques. While most of the day will be spent fishing, campers will learn valuable information about fish identification, fish feeding preferences, tackle selection, fish handling, and fish cleaning. Boating safety, oaring, trolling motor operation and boat fishing techniques will be covered. Campers are provided with all gear necessary for fishing. Each participant will receive a rod and reel, and each camper will be given a tackle box full of tackle. At the close of Camp, campers take their fishing equipment home to use for future fishing. Our goal is to have participants leave camp equipped to be successful anglers.
Boating, Archery, Fishing, and Hiking
Adventures Camp focuses on four different activities: boating, fishing, wildlife discovery and archery. Campers will have the opportunity to experience hiking in the wildlife management area, kayaking, paddle boarding and fishing Joe Budd Pond, and learning the sport of archery. This camp is for campers that love the outdoors and want to learn more about how to conserve the environment. Campers will leave with a love for the outdoors and skills that will last a lifetime.