Is your child ready for an amazing summer?
We are so excited to offer summer camp adventures to kids and teens in the Missoula area. We offer weekly experiences in survival skills and innovate tech camps. Our talented leaders plan each week around promoting growth, discovery, fun, and community. We offer a unique opportunity for kids to immerse themselves in the world around them and offer summer adventures that will create memories for years to come.
CAMP PAYMENTS AND REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:
Deposits for your child’s camp are due immediately. The remainder of the camp cost is due by May 1st, we do encourage you to complete your payments before the deadline in case we run into any unexpected technical issues.
THE FOLLOWING FORMS ARE MANDATORY BEFORE YOUR CHILD CAN ATTEND CAMP: Click the links below to fill out and submit your required documents. If you are unsure as to whether you have filled out a form for the 2018-2018 year please resubmit again, we would rather have an extra one then have your child’s camp experience be held up because of missing documents.
Healthcare Authorization and Liability Waiver
SUMMER CAMP DROP OFF AND PICK UP:
Camp Drop Off: 9:15 (vans leave promptly at 9:30)
Camp Pick Up: 3:15-3:30
Early Drop off: 7:30-9:15
Purchase Before Care
Late Pick Up: 3:30-5:30
Purchase Before Care
- Is food provided?
No, we do no provide food. Please send your child with enough healthy snacks, lunch, and water for each day.
- Where are camps located?
All campers will be dropped off and picked up at eNDVR located at 1905 W. Sussex. Children that are participating in any primitive skills camps will be at various wilderness locations throughout Missoula, parents wanting details on specific locations can speak with the camp instructor.
- Can I pay with cash or check?
All deposits for camps need to be made through the website using either credit/debit card or PayPal. Payments for the remainder of your child’s camp can be made online or in the office located at 1905 W. Sussex Missoula MT 59801. Be sure to include your child’s name and camp name and date on all payments.
- What should my child bring each day?
All kids should come with healthy snacks, lunch, water bottle, layers of clothing in case of weather change, sunscreen, hat and any camp specific items (details for each camp are located on the camp product page) and a backpack.
- How do I report an absence?
If your child will miss a day of camp please call the office as soon as you know of the absence at (406) 493-6886 please inform us (either via the front desk or voicemail) of your camper’s name and camp theme.
- How are children transported?
Children are always transported by fully licensed and qualified drivers. We use a variety of passenger vans which comply with all applicable laws and regulations. (Please note you must submit a Transportation Waiver for all camps leaving campus)
- Why do I need to pay a deposit?
Deposits are required to hold your child’s spot for their specific camp and are put towards your full camp tuition.
- When is camp tuition due?
All camp tuition must be paid in full no later than May 1st.
- What is your refund policy?
Deposit and Tuition Refunds are as follows:
Cancellations on or before May 1st: 75% of tuition/deposit is refundable.
Cancellations on or after May 15th: 50% of tuition/deposit is refundable.
Cancellations on or after June 1st: No tuition is refundable.
- Do you offer a payment plan?
All camps require a $50 deposit (per camp) at time of registration. If you need to make payments for the remainder your child’s camp choices you may do so by requesting a payment plan prior to March 31st. All Payment plans must be activated by April 5th all payments for camps will be due on or before May 1st. Request a payment plan by emailing email@example.com Subject: Summer Camp Payment Plan Request.
- Do you offer Camp Scholarships?
We are committed to serving as many families as possible; however, scholarship funds are limited. Typical awards range from 30-90% of the full, non-discounted program tuition with further consideration given based on financial need. Due to the large volume of requests we receive, summer awards are limited to one week of camp per participant. Please be aware that many programs fill early and we cannot guarantee an award or placement in a specific program. To reserve a space in the program of your choice, consider signing up for one of our monthly payment plans. Payment plans may be adjusted at a later date if your family is awarded a scholarship. Please note that eNDVR members are not eligible for camp scholarships and can use work/trade hours for camp tuition. Apply for a Scholarship.
If you have questions regarding our summer camps please feel free to contact our office at (406) 493-6886.
Considering an eNDVR Survival Camp? Here is what we offer.
- Fun Skills that extend to all areas of life.
- Real Experiences that forge a lifelong connection to the wilderness
- Old & New Friends from this year and last year.
- Exceptional Locations are some of Missoula’s best-hidden spots
- Staff – An incredible wealth of knowledge and experience
Students will form a solid foundation in the basics of survival: shelter, water, food, and fire. Emphasis is placed on creating experienced-based knowledge. We will not only learn survival skills, but also the principles underlying these skills. Rather than struggling against the environment, it is important to know how to thrive within it. We are cultivating a deeper sense of self, expanded awareness, and a greater understanding of our place in the natural world.
I have used the word ‘absorbed’, in preference to ‘learnt’, for jungle lore is not a science that can be learnt from textbooks; it can, however, be absorbed, a little at a time, and the absorption process can go on indefinitely, for the book of nature has no beginning, as it has no end.
-Jungle Lore by Jim Corbett