Days:  Monday - Friday

Times:

  • Flexible Drop-off  8:30 - 9:00am 
  • Camp hours  9:00am - 3:00pm
  • Flexible Pick-up 3:00 - 3:30pm
  • After Camp 3:30 - 5:30pm​​ (pre-registration required, available at check-out, learn more HERE)

Drop-off & Pick-up Location:  the tennis courts at the Asheville School in West Asheville (Google Maps link)

  • NOTE: The drop-off & pick-up location is subject to change, but will remain conveniently within Asheville City limits.
  • Campers will be shuttled via passenger van to one of our forested camp locations in the greater Asheville area.  Vans depart the drop-off area at 9am and return at 3pm.

Tuition:  $284 per child

  • Discounts available before March 16 and are listed on the main Summer Camp page.
  • A $100 non-refundable deposit is due at registration to secure a spot in camp
  • Limited partial scholarships available, contact us for more info at
    forestfloorwp@gmail.com

(828) 338-9787

forestfloorwp@gmail.com

forestfloorwp@gmail.com

(828) 338-9787

Legend of the Gnomes  ​-  Summer Day Camp

Forest Floor Wilderness Programs

   contact@ontheforestfloor.org

828-338-9787

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Legend of the Gnomes

Grades K-2     June 24-28, 2019

Grades K-2     July 8-12, 2019

Grades K-2     August 5-9, 2019

Together campers will create a Gnome Village in the forest.  Everyone will build their own "gnome home," debris shelter inspired hut.  At the central hearth campers will work on cooking projects, make tea, eat and tell stories.

Intrepid Gnomes will then leave the village on missions to rescue their wild animal neighbors from meddlesome trolls.  They'll learn from their friend Fox how to walk silently and use all their senses  to successfully sneak past the troll and rescue their friend.

Gnome crafts will also be another important focus of camp.  Potential projects may include felted red pointy gnomes hats.  These might be tiny hats that campers leave out for the Gnomes, or maybe even human sized!   Gnomes are also well known for their free-form honeysuckle baskets & finger-woven straps(to go on their hats).