Throughout their week, students will get a chance to explore one of the most breathtaking areas the state of California has to offer — the San Bernardino National Forest.
The forest is home to hundreds of animal species and thousands of plant species. Over 30 of these species are listed as threatened or endangered.
The camp’s location at just under 5000’ elevation allows for daytime mountain vistas through the trees, and clear night skies with incredible stargazing opportunities.
The higher elevation means this mountain lets us experience all four seasons of the year. Students can witness first hand how snow positively affects the surrounding ecosystem.
This location is a wonderful site where students will learn all about natural resource conservation and responsible forest management.