2023 Wildcraft Camp at Foxfire
Treat your kids to an unforgettable summer experience in Southern Appalachia.
Wildcraft Camp is a fun and unique outdoor day camp held at
The Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center in Mountain City, Georgia.
Our 3-day camp engages youth ages 6-12 in resilience skills related to
food and cooking, foraging, herbalism, and nature studies.
Farm Fresh Snacks
Nature Scavenger Hunts
Wood Stove Cookery
Herbal Medicine Making
Resident Artist Demonstrations!
Wildcraft with us at Foxfire in 2023!
FEBRUARY 15, 2023
Scholarship opportunities and sibling discounts available!
Don't miss the Early Bird Special Valid Until March 15th!
Please email email@example.com for all inquiries
including special rates, payment forms, late pick-up requests.
A Registration Form must be completed for each camper and emailed to us
prior to start of camp.
Summer Camp Apprenticeship for Ages 12-18.
All are eligible to apply! Click below to learn more and apply online.
We have two scholarships available in 2023!
Youth ages 6-12 living in Rabun or Habersham County are eligible to apply.
Deadline: April 15, 2023. Scholarships recipients will be notified by April 22, 2023.
Email forms to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail to P.O. Box 1244, Clayton, GA, 30525
2023 Camp Schedule
Monday, July 17
Tuesday, July 18
Wednesday, July 19
Monday through Wednesday
9AM - 3PM
Drop off starting at 8:30AM
Pick-up by 3:30PM
*Need a later pick-up option? Contact us to inquire.
2023 Rates & Payment
Delicious snacks, interactive activities, gentle hikes, and workbooks are included
PLUS campers get to taste or take home everything that they make!
$25 EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
Valid until March 15, 2023
EARLY BIRD $200.00
10% sibling discount available
Enter code SIBLING2023 at checkout
Contact us about tuition assistance.
About the Location
98 Foxfire Lane
Mountain City, GA
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Foxfire is situated on roughly 110 acres, with an interpretive trail connecting to
Black Rock Mountain State Park, which includes three mountain springs with waterfalls.
Visitors can explore these features and learn about mountain ecology and local habitats.
On these hikes, one might see several species of birds, find salamanders in their cool homes, or observe beautiful native wildflowers and other interesting plants and fungi.
Foxfire is also an Appalachian Village made up of over 20 historic log structures,
each home to various artifacts representative of life in the mountains including a
toy museum, blacksmith shop, weaving and broom making studios,
Cherokee wagon display, and wood stove cooking cabins.
Encourage your child to unplug this summer and engage in hands-on activities;
it’s sure to be a learning experience they’ll never forget!
Frequently Asked Questions
How will drop-off/pick-up work?
All campers will be dropped off and picked up at the main parking area in front of
the Foxfire Gift Shop and Museum Admissions area.
We have planned 30-minute windows for drop-off and pick-up.
Morning drop-off: 8:30am-9:00am
Afternoon pick-up: 3:00pm-3:30pm
How is camp structured?
Our curriculum is a balance of focus, play, and free time.
Lessons are a mix of hands-on activities, gentle walks, and demonstrations
designed to help kids learn to feel more comfortable in nature
and build confidence when learning new skills.
Guest instructors include local chefs, foragers, herbalists,
naturalists, wildcrafters, and makers!