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Contact: Camp Coordinator, Kray Lutz [email protected]

When: July 1st – 6th 2024

Where: Whiskey Mountain Conservation Camp, Dubois, Wyoming

What: 5-days of educational and physical activities. Field journaling, wild edible and medicinal plant ethnobotany, wildlife art, water ecology, petroglyph exploration, fly fishing, kayaking, and much more!


  • All-Inclusive: $600 which includes a $50-deposit fee, the $300 camper tuition, along with lodging and meals for ONE parent + ONE youth. Lodging and meals are provided for the entire week, minus Thursday, July 4th. 
  • Day-Camp: $350 which includes a $50-deposit fee, and the $300 camper tuition. 
A Message from our Camp Coordinator: 

Hello, I’m Kray Lutz, a product of the beautiful state of Wyoming where my childhood was steeped in the pursuits of hunting, fishing, and camping. Following my high school journey, I pursued my passion for the natural world at the University of Wyoming, graduating with a degree in Biology and Secondary Education.

Embarking on a thrilling chapter, I spent my formative years as a fly fishing guide on many of Wyoming’s incredible fisheries. This experience not only honed my expertise on the river but also granted me invaluable opportunities to connect with a diverse array of individuals, from seasoned enthusiasts to eager novices, enriching both their experiences and my own.

Now, I’m dedicated to shaping young minds as a high school science teacher at LVHS in Lander, Wyoming. In this role, I share my enthusiasm for the wonders of science with freshmen in Integrated Science and delve into the depths of biology with curious sophomores. Every day, I strive to ignite the same passion for learning and exploration that has fueled my own journey.

Photos from Camp Bighorn 2021.

Camp Bighorn 2024 Flyer

Camp Bighorn 2024 Schedule (TBD)

Camp Bighorn Registration Form 2024

Camp Bighorn 2024 Scholarship Application (Deadline is May 31st, 2024)

Camp Bighorn 2024 Medical Form, Waiver, Photo Release

Camp Bighorn 2024 What to Bring List (TBD)

Cabin Map and Floor Plans

2024 Send a Kid to Camp Sponsorship Form

Price Includes: Catered meals – All activities – Nurse on site – Wildlife Tours – Educators with over 20 years of experience with wildlife and conservation. (Tuition price does not include lodging.) 

The Whiskey Mountain Conservation Camp is a Wyoming Game and Fish Department facility. Camp Bighorn operates out of this facility. The Conservation Camp sits within the Torrey Valley, just outside of Dubois and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Whiskey Basin Wildlife Habitat Management Area. This area provides crucial winter habitat for bighorn sheep, elk, and mule deer.

The Conservation Camp, renovated in 2018, is equipped with a state-of-the-art meeting/dining hall, lab and library, laundry room, boathouse, and over twenty cabins with plumbing and electricity.

Families of Camp Bighorn campers are invited to stay overnight with their camper in these cabins, sharing sit-down meals in the facility’s dining hall and spending the week exploring Torrey Valley. This area is rich in scenic beauty and cultural significance for the Mountain Shoshone.

In 2019, the first Camp Bighorn was held at the Whiskey Mountain Conservation Camp near Dubois, Wyoming! The Center hosted 25 youths ages 9-12 years old from as far away as Alaska and as near as Dubois to participate in this fun, educational camp designed to inspire and educate youth about bighorn sheep and their habitat. From a trek to the top of Torrey Rim (everyone made it!), to looking at riparian macroinvertebrates in Torrey Creek, to an exploration of local ecosystems and habitat management, youth participants dove in deep to explore this place and home to the Whiskey Mountain herd of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.

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