Retired Special Forces teach kids what it takes to survive.
Do your kids have the skills that might save a life? Kids Survival Boot Camp returns to Fort Villanow this spring.
The veterans at Fort Villanow will hold day camp classes every Saturday beginning April 16, 2016 through June 25, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Kids will learn and participate in the following activities:
- Primitive land navigation
- Camping & Fishing
- Swimming & Hiking
- Staying safe in nature
- Using a compass
- Self Defense
- First Aid
Kids receive dog tags, a compass and Fort Villanow T-Shirt with enrollment!
Cost to enroll is $25 per child.. Recommended for ages 8 to 15. All children under 12 must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Fort Villanow will be guarded and gates will be closed during class times for safety. No outside visitors permitted during boot camp, except for parents/guardians.
"As a dad, I was proud and relieved that I sent my 7 year old son to the camp after he pointed out Poison Ivy. I was about to grab the leaves when he stopped me. The camp is a great thing and more parents should bring their kids." -Andrew A. of Chattanooga, TN.
Call or visit the Fort to enroll your child today.
Space is limited.
Fort Villanow is a place built by veterans to help other veterans, while also providing a place for kids to have fun while learning more about the important role that veterans have played in the lives of every American while inspiring a love of our country.
Fort Villanow is located at:
12650 East Hwy 136, La Fayette, GA. 30728, between Calhoun & La Fayette.
In Villanow, beside Pocket Road.
Call 706-397-8860 for more information.