Registration Now Open For 2020 Rivers Conservation & Fly Fishing Youth Camp

Students age 14 to 17 can now register for the 2020 Rivers Conservation and Fly Fishing Youth Camp to be held June 21-26 at Messiah College in Cumberland County.  The deadline for registrations is December 31.

Hosted by the Cumberland Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited, students will engage in a variety of activities including fly fishing, instruction both in the classroom and outdoors, fly tying, and building a habitat structure. 

They will develop an understanding of what conservation is about while enjoying nature and fly fishing.  The goal is to instill within the next generation a love for the outdoors while giving them the skills to protect our natural resources.

If you would like to have fun, work hard, and engage in a unique experience, get your application in early. Up to 32 students will be selected to attend.

Click Here to watch a video about the Camp experience.

Campers selected for the early acceptance period will be notified early January, 2020.

Click Here to register or for more information.


Marcus Schneck: Rivers Conservation Camp Registration About To Open For Ages 14-17

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