CCNR Camp would like to thank these sponsors. Without them, this camp would not be possible.
The Virgin River Program
The Virgin River Program provides financial support which helps make the camp possible. For more information visit virginriverprogram.org
The US Forest Service provided significant financial, logisitcal, and material support to the camp. Archaeology instruction was also provided by the Forest Service.
Dixie Soil Conservation District
The Soil Conservation District provided significant funding to the Camp.
Blue Sky Recycling
Robert and Jennifer Harris provided free recycling services to the camp. CCNRC and Blue Sky Recycling kept over 100 pounds of material out of the landfill. If you are interested in curb-side recycling, their phone number is 435.673.1400.
Kevin, the owner of Aqua Sports in St. George, made it possible for us to offer kayaking at the camp. Aqua Sports rents kayaks to CCNRC at a substantial discount to help introduce students to the joys of kayaking. For more information about kayaks or diving equipment and training, call Aqua Sports at 435-688-3483 or check out webedivin.com
Veyo Pies has donated over 10 pies a year to the CCNRC for a few years now! Thanks to them, campers enjoy a fantastic dessert, so big thanks to them! If you are ever near Veyo, be sure to stop in and get some pie. It is amazing! 435-574-2132, www.veyopies.com
Eden Valley Gardening
Eden Valley Garden provides fresh produce and the owner, Kyle, donates a lot of his time to the camp as well!
The Arizona Strip District and St. George Field Office each contributed a $5,000 grant from the Bureau of Land Management’s “Take it Outside” initiative to encourage more children and their families to spend more time outdoors on public lands; to improve the overall health of our nation’s children; and to promote stewardship of the public lands. For more information visit the
BLM’s Take It Outside website.
Arizona Strip Interpretive Association
ASIA donated over $400 worth of items for camper awards. ASIA also provides significant administrative and logistical assistance to the CCRNC. For more information about ASIA, visit www.azstrip.org
Scott Watts came up and put on an awesome Hip-hop dance class and conducted a morning warm-up the next morning. If you’d like to contact Scott about dance classes, his phone number is 435.669.3100.
Bret, the manager of the St. George Great Harvest store, donated ten loaves of wonderful bread to the camp. Their phone number is 435.674.2952.
Mountain Bike Buddies
Mark Erickson, owner of Mountain Bike Buddies, not only provides rental mountain bikes (as in REALLY Nice Mountain Bikes) for our biking activity, he leads students on amazing rides. If you are looking for biking guide and rental services in Southern Utah, call Mark at 435-668-1104.
Panguitch Lake Trail Rides
Panguitch Lake Trail Rides provides horseback rides to the CCNRC at a substantial discount to help introduce students to the joys of horseback riding. For more information about their trail rides and horseback riding, call (435) 676-2433.