Rivercourse Coldwater Conservation & Fly Fishing Youth Camp is sponsored by the North Carolina State Council of Trout Unlimited and emphasizes Trout Unlimited’s Mission, the conservation of coldwater fisheries, while at the same time teaching campers the basics of fly fishing, a sport for a lifetime.

Established in 2002, Rivercourse provides a high quality camping experience for boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 15 years old in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains near Canton, N.C.  This pristine setting includes a section of the West Fork of the Pigeon River, which is privately owned and stocked with trout for the use of the camp.

Campers receive instruction by a staff of dedicated volunteers, including members of Trout Unlimited, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, the Forest Service and the U.S. Park Service, in specialized areas such as herpetology (amphibians), geology, entomology (insects), botany, wetlands ecology, stream restoration techniques and environmental policy.  In addition, fly fishing is covered in detail, with topics such as casting, fly tying, equipment, knot tying, stream etiquette, and how to find the fish.

Lodging is fully chaperoned in well-appointed cottages at Lake Logan Center, with three delicious meals served daily in a beautiful dining room setting. Early registration is encouraged to reserve a space.

Learn more about Rivercourse, sign up, or make a gift in support of the program today by visiting our website:  https://rivercourse.org.