Program Overview

An all-time classic TimberNook camp for older children that enjoy taking play to a whole new level. This week is inspired by the classic, “Lord of the Rings” series. This Middle Earth themed week will having children doing everything from building a fortress & hobbit homes to traversing over mud, land, and water on different warrior missions. It will be a week full of adventure, games, and surprises! Programs may vary based on location.
Going Wild - TimberNook of Greater Cleveland
Program Details:

The age group for Going Wild at TimberNook of Greater Cleveland has been adjusted to 8 – 13 years, but is flexible.

An all-time classic TimberNook camp for older children that enjoy taking play to a whole new level. This week is inspired by the classic, “Lord of the Rings” series. This middle Earth themed week will having children doing everything from building a fortress & hobbit homes to traversing over mud, land, and water on different warrior missions. It will be a week full of adventure, games, and surprises!

Our programs are located at Sugar Pines Farm, 11281 Heath Road, in beautiful Chesterland, Ohio. This location is nestled on approximately 100 acres and is a working Christmas tree farm. Behind the fields of beautiful pines, there are acres and acres of woods, hills, streams and even a small waterfall to explore and inspire. This will be our second year at this amazing location, and we are looking forward to sharing time in nature with returning and new friends.

TimberNook of Greater Cleveland

Going Wild – TimberNook of Greater Cleveland

Jul 20 - Jul 24

Times: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Ages: 8 - 13


11281 Heath Road


Instructor:

Timbernook Certified Provider Team Member

Brenda Richards


Capacity: 17 (7 spots left)

Email brenda@center4lifeskills.com or call 440-498-1100 with questions and inquiries.

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