Trail Blazer Survival School

Recon

Recon Summer Day Camp

Recon Summer Day Camp allows campers to experience life deep behind enemy lines. Campers are introduced to the art of camouflage using flora from their environment, face painting, and ghillie suit techniques. Our summer campers learn about surviving off the environment through trapping, tracking, fire building, fishing, water procurement, and shelter building. Campers have fun with boot camp obstacle course that includes tire jumps, a low ropes course, and team-building challenges. As a team campers will complete exciting missions and survival-based games such as top shot in archery and airsoft. This is the ultimate summer camp for those that love the outdoors and want to have an exciting summer adventure.

Pick up/Drop off:
Pick up and drop off will take place each day at Park Place Children's Center located at 205 Batesville Rd. Simpsonville, SC 29681. Drop off will take place between 7:30 - 8:00 am each morning and pick up will take place between 3:00 - 3:30 pm each afternoon. Both pickup and drop off will take place in the lunchroom at Park Place. When entering the Park Place parking lot take a left and continue around to the back left side of the building (if you see the dumpster and Trail Blazer bus you are on the correct side!). A Trail Blazer instructor will be stationed at the door to the lunchroom to sign in each camper. Upon completing registration parents will be emailed a "what to bring" document that details the items campers will need for each particular camp. These items may include a change of clothes, bag lunch, bug spray, etc. All other equipment needed for camp activities will be provided by Trail Blazer. If you have any questions please contact us by phone at (864)263-3850 or email at tyler@trailblazersurvival.com

SUMMER CAMP REFUND POLICY: DUE TO HIGH DEMAND, LIMITED SPACE AND EQUIPMENT THAT IS PURCHASED SOLELY FOR EACH CHILD ATTENDING THE CAMP, WE DO NOT GIVE A REFUND OR CREDIT ON CANCELLATIONS FOR SUMMER CAMPS. 

 

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