Updated: Tuesday, August 20 2013, 10:16 PM EDT
It's the last summer camp at the North Carolina Arboretum, and it was definitely the dirtiest!
Campers are learning about camouflage and why it's so important for animals in the wild.
Campers say so far it's been one adventure after another, and they're gaining some essential wilderness skills in the process.
Campers also made arrowheads from flint, cooked meals without using pots and pans, purified their own water, and camped out in their tents.
Plus they learned how to tie special knots and they built their own forts.