The Black Hills Natural Resources Youth Camp is hosted by the Campbell County Conservation District, the Weston County Natural Resources District, and the Powder River Conservation District. It takes place annually the first week of June and is open to both boys and girls ages 9-13.
The camp takes place at Mallo Camp, which is owned and maintained by Weston County, Wyoming. The Lodge is relatively new and has a very modern kitchen, large dining/recreation area and meeting rooms. The campers will stay in cabins with chaperones. There are shower facilities located near separated groupings of cabins to allow for easy access.
Go to Mallo Camp’s website for more information on the facilities.
There are excellent places for fun and learning including a scenic canyon with Stockade Beaver Creek flowing through it and a well-stocked trout pond!
Camp Dates: June 8-10, 2022
For more information and to register for Camp download the 2022 Registration Form
Space is limited to 100 kids so register early!
The Weston County Natural Resource District covers the cost for any Weston County youth to attend the camp! So register today!
The Camp Experience
The camp has been designed to give young people the opportunity to experience the natural world and its resources through hands-on-activities. We wish our participants to:
- Understand natural resources, their use and conservation
- Gain more knowledge about the relationship between all the natural resources
- Learn some outdoor living skills
- Gain appreciation for the beauty and diversity of the natural world
- Have lots of fun and meet new friends
We pack a lot of fun and learning into 3 days! Common activities at camp include:
- Relay games
- Wildman hike
- Talent show
and much more…!