Kids who grow up playing in nature benefit in nearly all aspects of
development and well being.
Under the supervision of nature enthusiast and Outdoor Adventures Leader Krystal Williams, your child will:
- Play and Explore the beautiful outdoors
- Experience a variety of wilderness skills
- Practice awareness, social skills, telling stories, animal forms, and gratitude
- Be in a nurturing environment building confidence, competence, and making new friends.
Children will spend the morning playing in Peterson Creek Nature
Park learning in and from the natural environment. In this outdoor, Continue reading Explore & Play at the Outdoor Adventures Half-Day Camp
Last Sunday, over 360 participants ran in the first North Face Dirty Feet Trail Run of the season in the Batchelor/Lac Du Bois Grasslands Park.
It was the second year in a row that our entire family has participated in the 5km event and the kids were far more engaged this year!
My husband ran with our six year old while I ran with our youngest. It was a little chilly at the start of the race for the little one, but it quickly became comfortable enough for her to shed a layer. The rain that threatened to fall before the race never materialized and all of us racers enjoyed the calm weather and dry terrain.
My daughter ran/walked the entire way, stopping only to take off Continue reading Hitting the Trails with Dirty Feet
Jodi is originally from Montréal, Quebec and spent a few years in Northern New Brunswick. She moved to Kamloops in the Spring of 2010 and is currently an at-home parent of a 4 and 5 year old as well as a part-time volunteer adaptive ski instructor. She loves exploring the area and enjoying what Kamloops has to offer!