Keystone/TU Teens Conservation Camp
Fly Fishing Camp for teenagers in Pennsylvania
Keystone/TUTeens Conservation Camp is one of two Fly Fishing Camps for teenagers in Pennsylvania. Keystone the latest of the camps is located in the Beautiful Wyoming Valley within the Tunkhannock Creek/Susquehanna River watersheds. The camp is open to teenagers from 14 to 18 regardless of race, creed, sex or economic status. The camp offers a cultural interaction between a maximum of 24 student campers. The camp is located on the Campus of Keystone College and is a partnership between Keystone College and the surrounding Northeast and Northcentral Chapters of Trout Unlimited. Student campers reside in the college dorms and are fed 3 squares a day in the campus cafeteria. Life seems trouble free when your studies are completed on the beautiful stream that runs through the center of the campus and your classrooms are both indoors and outdoors.
Mentor leaders and houseparents are there to guide your camper through all phases of instruction and down time. Anyone coming in contact with the campers has a Background check pursuant to Pennsylvania law. Instructors come from a broad range of backgrounds. We have three instructors from three different Universities and colleges, professional from agencies like the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Pa. Fish and Boat Commission, Department of Environmental Protection, County Conservation Districts and Penn State Agricultural Extension office. Of course there are also the well informed and reliable Trout Unlimited Volunteers and Water Quality Specialist from the American Petroleum Institute.
Councilors and Campers are available for emergencies through
a single number: 570-954-5042.
For information on the other Trout Unlimited Summer camp try this link.