Staying for more than one week? See our Bridge Program to stay over the weekend between sessions.
Start your COTEF journey with either Family, Youth, and Teen Experience or Family Survival Weekend. After taking one of those starter foundation programs (or if you have taken an equivalent program somewhere else), you can take other programs. All of these programs are known as Coyote Tracks Programs. All programs take place at Camp Ludington in Holmes, NY unless otherwise indicated.
Early Bird Special! Register by March 20, 9pm, and you get $50 off each person and registration!!
(Use the code, EarlyBirdDiscount, when you register online.)
FAMILIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND TOGETHER FOR ANY CLASS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.Memorial Day Weekend!
Announcing Coyote Tracks Day Camp Programs!! Click here to learn more.
26-29 May Family Survival Weekend Ages 4-17 with family This is a beginning class in Waretown, NJ.
25 June - Aug 18 Intern Program Ages 15-17 Skill background required. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
2-7 July Family, Youth & Teen Experience Ages 4-17 This is a beginning class.
3 -7 July Coyote Tracks Day Camp Ages 8-12
9-28 July Mentor Program Ages 13-17 (Teens only) Limited to 10 students.
9-14 July Way of the Woods Ages 5-17
9-14 July Way of the Hunter Ages 8-17
16-21 July Advanced Way of the Hunter Ages 8-17 Way of the Hunter required.
16-21 July Philosophy "Jedi Training" Ages 7-17
23-28 July Family, Youth & Teen Experience Ages 4-17
30 July- 4 Aug Traps, Cordage, and Camo Ages 10-17
24 - 28 July Coyote Tracks Day Camp Ages 8-12
Bridge 1 7-9 July
Bridge 2 14-16 July
Bridge 3 28-30 July
Bridge 4 4-6 Aug
Interested in being an intern or a volunteer? Click here for more information.
Need financial help? Ask about our scholarship program.
Camp Ludington is a Girl Scout camp, in Holmes, NY, that we rent in the summer. It is a beautiful location with a lake and interesting rock formations. We eat in a big dining hall, and have a separate building for medical purposes, as well as a building for our nature museum. Everyone sleeps in canvas tents on wooden platforms that have cots and mattresses for 4-5 people. Families can stay in their own tent if they choose.