Ideas for Father and Son Camp out...

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  1. clovis67

    clovis67 Fawn

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    Any one have any ideas on things to do at a Father and Son Camp out we have coming up?
     
  2. EdLongshanks

    EdLongshanks 12 pointer

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    How old is your boy?
     
  3. bgkyarcher

    bgkyarcher 12 pointer

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    Where are you camping?
     
  4. clovis67

    clovis67 Fawn

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    The boys attending are youth ages 10 and older. We will be camping out on a rural farm.
     
  5. ptbrauch

    ptbrauch 12 pointer

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    Shooting guns seems to always be popular. Maybe taking them squirrel hunting as well.
     
  6. rcurry

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    Primitive fire starting training can be interesting, corn hole board competition, show the kids how to make a simple hammock.
     
  7. web splitter

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    Have them build a debris shelter and sleep in it
     
  8. Feedman

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    Build a big campfire an let them make s'mores an roast hotdogs.

    Taking a hike an showing them various trees an plants or animal tracks.

    Let them play in the woods an build forts
     
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  9. KY Swamp Beagler

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    Someone kill a deer a few days before. Then have roasted blackstrap over an open fire. A 22 rifle and shorts is fun for all, too.

    Forget cornhole, go old school and have them play washers or horseshoes:)
     
  10. Capttrae

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    All good options above, but, sometimes the best thing you can do is just spend quality time with your son, you can fill the day and night with activities, but in the end the best times ( or from my experience camping with my son) was the times we just sat by the fire talking.
     

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