Summer We have an awesome camp program this summer. But, sign up early because these camps fill up fast.

John is running a Nature Adventure Day Camp at Montessori School 12 - 16 June 2017 from 9:00am to 3:00pm. The cost is $370 for the week.

Nature Adventure Day Camp at Montessori School explores the natural world through American Indian and Naturalist perspectives. Children will enjoy learning through a multidimensional approach which utilizes Indian crafts, survival skills, awareness exercises, wild plants, outdoor games and nature observation. Children return home each day with many treasures and great memories. This is a very popular camp so donít wait to sign up. There is a limit of 15 campers! This camp is a shorter version of John's June Nature Adventure camp above, but it is held on the Montessori property and will not have the fishing, kayaking, tubing or canoeing activities. To register print out the on line form, medical and waiver forms. (Med and Waiver are located at the bottom of the On-Line Form.) Fill out, print and mail the On-Line Form to John with the full $370 fee to John's address.

Send your $370 payment directly to John: John Fishback, 640 Echo Cove Drive Crownsville, MD 21032

Children learn about Indian crafts,and play outdoor games at the Nature Adventure Day Camp at the Montessori School

Nature Adventure Day Camp
Spend a fun week with John and his counselors learning outdoor skills and finding adventure in nature. At least one female counselor will be assisting each week. Sessions are for boys and girls age 8-14 years old. Activities include American Indian crafts, survival skills, kayaking, canoeing, tubing, fishing, swimming, hiking, nature observation and much, much more. Meet in Crownsville each day 9:30am - 5:00pm. See pricing below. Fill out, print and mail On-Line Form to John with deposit. A follow-up packet will be sent to you after receipt of your registration. See the rope swing into the water video.

Sign-up soon as the camp fills up fast.
  1. Coed Camp ages 8-14 running: 19 - 23 June Mon-Fri: $545
  2. Coed Camp ages 8-14 running: 28 August - 1 Sept Mon-Fri: $545

Send your $150 deposit directly to John: John Fishback, 640 Echo Cove Drive Crownsville, MD 21032

John Fishback Nature Co-Ed Adventure Camp at Olde Severna Park's Hatton Memorial Beach
Spend a fun week with John and his counselors learning outdoor skills and finding adventure in nature for boys and girls ages 6-13. Nature Adventure Day Camp explores the natural world through American Indian and Naturalist perspectives. Children will enjoy learning through a multidimensional approach which utilizes Indian crafts, survival skills, awareness exercises, wild plants, outdoor games and nature observation. Children return home each day with many treasures and great memories. Campers will enjoy the amenities of Olde Severna Park Beach, pavilion, and playground where they will kayak, canoe, and swim in the Severn River. Campers will travel midweek to Gunpowder Park to go tubing in the Gunpowder River. This is a very popular camp so donít wait to sign up. There is a limit of 30 campers!

Two sessions:

10 - 14 July, 9:00am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday. Cost is $385 if you register directly with John

17 - 21 July, 9:00am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday. Cost is $385 if you register directly with John

Send your $200 deposit directly to John: John Fishback, 640 Echo Cove Drive Crownsville, MD 21032

See more information at: Olde Severna Park Registration Link

 

 

August

John will be the Native American Craft counselor at Valley Mill Camp for four weeks. Call or email John at fishbacknature@verizon.net for a brochure or more information. To learn more about Valley Mill Camp, click on the Logo below to go to the Valley Mill Web Site.

Here are some pictures from recent summer camps.

Hear from some of our satisfied kids:

Coming back from a great campout in Shenandoah National Park, we ate the Pizza Hut right out of pizza. It was great! - Jeffrey -

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I liked the kayaking best of all. - Jason -
Paintball games were awesome! - Max -

Hear from some of our satisfied Parents:

Go to a Fishback Class (as our kids call it) and you’ll see youngsters of all ages learning authentic Native American lore: playing stalking games, identifying edible plants, or sitting around a fire crafting bone knives, wooden utensils, drums, bows, rattles, and deerskin pouches. His groups have made debris huts, teepees, and a dugout canoe. John’s ability to teach, play, and instill a sense of reverence and stewardship toward the earth have had an enormous impact on our two kids, and they keep going back. - Barbara Johnson -

I can't resist adding to the accolades being showered upon the John Fishback Nature Programs. My son, now 13, has been lucky enough to participate in many of John's programs since he was 8. I've never found a child drawn to nature that didn't think John was the greatest. He knows and understands and transfers his enthusiasm for nature like no one I have ever seen. He is especially familiar with our geographic area. I think he spends more time in nature than indoors, and probably has for most of his life. Not only does he transfer information and knowledge about the flora and fauna, the kids absolutely inhale a respect and sense of responsibility about the earth and care for it at the same time.Cynthia Kamman

The kids came home from camp exhausted and fell asleep early every night. All of the kids respect John, and listen to him. John takes safety seriously and the kids follow his safety rules. - Lisa Cox-

Call John to sign up now or for more information at: 410-440-9356.

Email John: fishbacknature@verizon.net

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