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LOCATIONS

Enjoy 350 acres of Florida Panhandle BlackWater Swamp, Live Oak hardwood forests, clear water creeks, cypress swamps; waters full of crappie, bream, bass, turtles and alligators. This unique environment has both tropical and temperate elements and is a unique opportunity to hone your wilderness survival skills.

The Primitive Wilderness Survival base camp in North Texas offers 200 acres of beautiful Texas woodlands. Base camp is in a hidden clearing bordered by a creek and tall ridge line. There are two creeks and 4 ponds on the property. Property has multiple hills and valleys that make the location interest and fun to navigate. Deer, hogs, turkeys, coyotes and bobcats are numerous in these woods. You don’t go a day without seeing wildlife. Small game hunting is also very good.

World-class wilderness and tactical survival training available in Jacksonville, Florida. With easy access for all of North Florida, Georgia and just minutes from the airport, our training location is a premiere setting at Eat Your Yard Jax, a privately-owned urban farm with access to nearly 1000 acres of Florida’s hardwood forrest.

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The Adirondack Mountains are an outdoor paradise. These mountains lie within the 6.1 million acre Adirondack Park, and contain millions of acres of protected land. Pristine and expansive, the Adirondacks’ mountains and rivers have inspired generations to hike, paddle and play in nature.

Located in SW Washington in the beautiful Willapa Hills outside of Raymond, WA far from any noise or neighbors. Nicole’s property has a large teaching pavilion, meadows for camping that are surrounded by Pacific NW woodland and has composting toilets as well as running water and a propane stove in the teaching area. Two large fire pits (one under the open sky and one under the pavilion) and ample parking complete the set up. Nicole welcomes others to come and teach on her land as well.

 

Our training site is in one of the most beautiful, natural areas of Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri. Nestled in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, this location boasts 3,000 acres of pristine wilderness with 20 acres of stocked ponds and two miles of crystal clear waters of Big Sugar Creek. 

The Georgia Bushcraft Base Camp, located in Watkinsville, Georgia, is an 80 acre mixed use area used for training evolutions. The physical address is 1150 Carruth Road, Watkinsville, Georgia 30677. The area is approximately 50% wooded and 50% open. Potable water, port-o-pot toilets, solar showers and trash services are available on site. Tent, hammock and RV camping areas are available. THERE ARE NO RV HOOKUPS AVAILABLE. The Base Camp offers a main fire area and a kitchen.

Do you have a great location, a passion for instructing or survival? Learn more about becoming an instructor here.