Pearlstone’s multicultural day camp offers signature Pearlstone activities like ropes course, farming, and nature discovery.  This new camp cultivates and nourishes camper bonds through hands-on immersive wilderness experiences on our beautiful land.

Campers will:
  • Enjoy their favorite camp activities while deepening their knowledge of farm tasks, wilderness skills, and adventure courses
  • Get hands-on experiences during the busiest planting and harvesting season on the farm
  • Learn how to build fires and identify animal tracks
  • Challenge themselves on the ropes course and zipline!
  • Connect to our wisdom traditions through singing and storytelling each unique day
For ages 8-15
Monday, July 16th – Friday, July 20th – 9am – 3pm.
Multicultural Camp is a safe and inclusive space for your child(ren) with talented staff who love what they do and want to support the growth of your child(ren).
Join us and enjoy this transformative experience you won’t forget!


Our Instructor: Joe Murray

Joe, who the kids call Joey, has a love of the wilderness that was fostered since he was a child. At age 44 he has had the opportunity to travel all over the world learning from Indigenous elders and nature connection leaders and has constantly asked the question. What brings people closer to nature connection? What brings people closer to themselves? It is the drive to answer these questions and especially the community of friends that he works with that has put him at the cutting edge of the nature connection movement.

Joe realized that deep nature connection mentoring and community are the most important ways for our children and adults to grow in a very deep way to connect with the earth and our hearts. He loves to care for the land and when he is not teaching he is learning. Over the span of his career he has trained many instructors and helped start a number of wilderness schools. More close to his heart has been the thousands of children he has helped mentor into becoming fully alive amazing beings. He is a co-founder of Ancestral Knowledge 501(c3) and has been mentoring deep nature connection since 1997. In his free time he loves to spend time in nature alone or with his family, students, community of other nature connection mentors.

Qustions? Contact Sonja Sugerman