The 17th annual Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) summer program is open for registration. The program is being held on the weekend of May 30 to June 1 at Bay Cliff Health Camp, in Big Bay, located approximately 30 miles north of Marquette in the Upper Peninsula.
The $185 registration fee includes all food and lodging, as well as most equipment and supplies. Participants will be housed in a universally-accessible dorm-style facility with numerous amenities, including a pool, sauna, tennis courts, hiking and biking trails and easy access to Lake Superior. The BOW summer program also includes special evening programs, such as hikes, group bonfires and more.
Sponsored by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, this BOW program offers instruction in more than two dozen types of outdoor activities, including kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, wilderness first aid and survival, lake and fly-fishing, fly-tying, geocaching, shooting sports, boating, mountain biking and much more.
Volunteer BOW instructors provide basic and advanced instruction that is uniquely tailored to each participant’s individual ability, helping the participants learn the basics in a short amount of time.
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