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Women's Outdoor Culture Camp WOCC 

July 19 - 21, 2024

Registration for the 2024 camp is now open

2024 Women's Outdoor Culture Camp has opened for enrollment,

The 2024 Women's Outdoor Culture Camp (WOCC) invites enrollment for a unique, back-to-basics experience in the great outdoors. This camp is distinctively designed for women and girls, emphasizing a primitive and simplistic approach to outdoor living. The core philosophy of WOCC is to help participants develop a deep understanding and appreciation of nature by engaging with it in its most fundamental form.
At WOCC, the focus is on experiencing the outdoors in its rawest state, far removed from the comforts of modern camping. This immersive approach is intended to foster a genuine connection with nature, helping women build confidence and comfort through direct, uncomplicated interactions with the natural world. Participants will engage in activities that teach basic survival skills and outdoor knowledge, encouraging a hands-on experience that is both educational and empowering.
The camp's curriculum is designed to cater to all skill levels, from beginners new to outdoor experiences to those seeking to deepen their connection with nature. The aim is to create an inclusive environment where every woman, regardless of background or experience, can learn, grow, and find her place in the outdoor community. By keeping things simple and focusing on the fundamentals of outdoor living, WOCC provides a unique opportunity for women to learn, lead, and appreciate the beauty of nature in its most unadulterated form.


Our camp will always be limited to 100 women so if you are looking for an outdoor experience be sure to get signed up to ensure your spot, The $25 welcome fee is a nonrefundable fee due to the costs of processing payment and then refunding. If you are unable to attend we encourage a donation of your spot to another youth or woman.


Meals are on us but cooked by you

A great way to get a feel for being in the outdoors is by doing everything the simplest way

Clinics to look forward to 

  • Foraging

  • wild mushroom identification

  • field to table 

  • stream to table 

  • land navigation 


There are an abundance of tasks

Here you have the opportunity to do it yourself, meals do not come easy

  • basic fishing 

  • fly fishing intro

  • paracord uses

  • open fire cooking 

  • pit fire cooking

  • shelter build 

  • fire 

  • wilderness first aid 

  • wild game preperation 

  • Wildlife Identification and encounter preperation. 

  • Conservation opportunities- Habitat building, riparian buffer and pollinator planting

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Womens Outdoor Culture Camp Itinerary

Welcome to the third annual 2024 Women's Outdoor Culture Camp, WOCC

We are so excited to bring a more in-depth series of seminars to this year's camp

Providing you with the most opportunities to assist you in a future of outdoor experiences

Registration is open for the upcoming camp and is already filling up we look forward to another amazing group of women at this years camp

Please see the tentative itinerary below if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us 

Mill Cove Environmental area address of camp 3036 Mill Creek Road Mansfield, PA 

If you have decided to join us we are looking forward to meeting you, below is some information to know when getting ready for camp

Welcome Bags and Beyond: 

Your welcome bags will contain a mess kit for dining, a water bottle for drinks, sunscreen, chapstick, a bar of tallow soap and a few other goodies along with a lot of information for you.

You will want to pack your toothbrush and toothpaste and any hygiene or feminine products you may need. There will be bathrooms at camp but there will not be showers.

We will have tick repellent and mosquito repellent at camp. 

Tents and Sleeping Bags:

If you are in need of a tent or sleeping bag, please let us know that on the form you should have received after registration via email. If you are using a tent, you may be partnered with another camper upon registration. You may want to pack a towel for drying off if you are swimming or washing up.  


Coffee? Yes it will be there for you 

We will provide meals in the form of breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

We will have snacks that you will prepare ie granola. If you would like to bring snacks please keep in mind this is a "leave no trace camp" so no wrappers laying around please. You will cook your own food including fish, venison, wild boar and dehydrated meals for each meal. I promise it will be fun we will also provide dry seasonings for your use 


If you have any concerns, please reach out to us it may take a minute to get back to you, but we will definitely get back to you. We are in the final weeks of prepping, and we are sometimes in the field, but we are here to answer your questions. 

This Is a Sample of what Camp Activities Schedule may look like ( you do not have to arrive by 7 am this is when registration starts) If you do not arrive early you may have to take time out of your day to set up your tent 



You may if you want to come early, check in Thursday evening after 6 pm for camp setup

7:15 am - 10:30 am Camper check-in & interaction and camp setup

10:30 am – 11:00 am Morning assembly

11:00 am – 11:30 am Safety meeting

11:30 am – 1 pm Lunch you can come anytime in there and grab a bite to eat 

12:15 pm – 1:00 pm Clinic selection 

1:15 pm Afternoon camp clinics

5:00 pm Dinner or 6:00 pm dinner then social time after dinner hours 



7:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast

11:30 am – 1 pm Lunch

9:30 am – 5 pm Clinics

5:00 pm Dinner or 6:00 PM dinner then social time after dinner hours



7:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast

11:30 am – 1 pm Lunch

9:30 am – 2 pm Clinics

2:00 pm - 5 pm Cleanup and signouts


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