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21 to Friday, June 26, 2015
Shenandoah National Park
soon, camp fills early.
| Students - Enjoy an exciting
week of hands-on action packed fun in our mountain
stream environment that will help you become a
skilled angler and an experienced conservationist.
learn firsthand from officials of
the National Park Service, professional
conservationists with state natural resources agencies, environmental
educators, professional fishing instructors and guides, and experienced
members of Trout Unlimited.
Photographs from our camp
Unlimited is the nation’s largest organization
dedicated to protecting, reconnecting, restoring, and sustaining North America’s
coldwater fisheries and their watersheds.
Next June, you can be one of 24 high school students, both male and
female, who will spend most of six days outdoors experiencing mountain
streams, fishing and learning about stream environments. You will learn about successful and
responsible fishing, conservation, stream life and restoration,
wildlife, outdoor skills, team challenges, leadership, and
lots more, all while having fun. You’ll enjoy delicious
generous meals and snacks, and sleeping in modern lodge facilities
Shenandoah mountains and valleys. (You need to be in the 8th, 9th, 10th, or 11th grade now, or will be 13 years old by the first day of camp.)
You don’t need any special experience or
equipment—the Camp can provide it. All you need is to be
interested and want to
attend. The cost of the six-day, five-night Camp is
$800. We provide full
or partial funding for any camper who requests sponsorship to attend
Camp. Hope to see you in June!
To apply to attend the camp, click
» For more information, answer your questions, contact:
at (540) 229-0563 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gaines, Camp Executive Director,
at (202) 904-3547 or email@example.com.
TU Camp provides high school youth with a week of exciting,
hands-on outdoor experiences that give them a firsthand appreciation of
the value of their coldwater fisheries resources.
Unlimited Tri-State Conservation & Fishing Camp:
with the joint resources and manpower of the Trout
Unlimited state councils and local chapters in Virginia,
Maryland/District of Columbia, and West Virginia;
an exciting six-day, five-night residential
by a staff skilled in leading youth groups and activities,
and a faculty of outstanding instructors of conservation, and effective
and responsible fishing; and
a proven curriculum of both theoretical and field practical
conservation and fishing educational experiences designed
to inform and motivate campers to pursue the goals of protecting,
reconnecting, restoring, and sustaining coldwater fisheries
and their watersheds, especially
those in this region.