Fathers and Sons Camp

from Saturday, August 06, 2016
to Monday, August 08, 2016

Starts 9 am

Think you and your Dad would survive a weekend in the wild? Put your skills to the test with the Wild things! Father and Son Bushcraft Camp. From the 6th – 8th August, Wild things! invites fathers and sons to unleash their inner wild man and spend a weekend of adventure with us on the idyllic Moray Coast.

From the creation of traditional hunting tools to tracking illusive wildlife, the Father and Son Bushcraft Camp is the perfect escape from fast-paced, digital lives. Led by our experienced Wild things! instructors, participants will have the opportunity to spend unique and special time together bonding, foraging for wild foods, learning traditional fire lighting, and cooking over an open fire. You will also learn knife carving skills and how build the obligatory man cave (natural shelter) to protect you from the elements.

Suitable for children over the age of eight, the wild weekend is designed to build relationships, increase appreciation of our natural environments and most importantly, ensure participants have fun.

Costs £350 for a Father and Son, or £500 for a Father and two Sons.


Culbin Forest, Findhorn, Moray
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