Our Campuses

WOLF School campuses offer opportunity for discovery, hands-on learning, and fun!

We offer all of our WOLF School programs at any of our six California facilities, and Nature’s Classroom programs at Pilgrim Hills in Ohio. 

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*Basic Details About Our Campuses - Learn more about what you will find at each of our campuses!  

Printable Driving Directions

 Click on each site’s link below for pictures, maps, directions, and more!  


Little Basin

Tucked away in the coastal foothills, Little Basin is a gem in the Redwood forest.  Part of Big Basin Redwoods State Park, the first state park in California, your students will discover the valuable ecosystem of the coastal forest.

Monte Toyon:  

Nestled next to Nisene Marks State Park just South of Santa Cruz, Monte Toyon offers miles of trails to learn about a wide range of topics such as Redwood Ecology, salamander studies, and/or teambuilding.  This location offers field trips to many locations including Monterey Bay Aquariuam and  Natural Bridges State Park where students play on the beach and discover new creatures at the tidepools!


Camp Cazadero:

Red belly newt migrations!  Waterfalls galore!  Redwoods soaring into the sky!  Camp Cazadero has a magic of its own, with long distance trails, an abundance of wildlife, and seclusion from the busy world.  Located approximately 2 hours North of San Francisco.


Camp Lodestar:

Rolling along the foothills of the Sierra at an elevation of approximately 3000ft (915 meters) , Camp Lodestar’s vast 425 acres is home to a diverse array of wildlife.  The beautiful vast meadow, dense pine forests, and cool,crisp mokelumne river are a breath of fresh air.  This site is ideal for exploring natural history, with Native American grinding rocks found in the area and remnants of the California Gold Rush. 

Camp Tuolumne Trails: 

Camp Tuolumne Trails shares borders on three sides with National Forest Service land.  From the main lodging area and meadow one can admire a spectacular view of the High Sierra stretching up in the distance.   Less than 26 miles from the entrance to Yosemite, this site offers great views, wheel-chair accessible lodging & trails, and newly built cabins. 


Pilgrim Pines:

Pilgrim Pines is located in the San Bernardino Mountains near Oak Glen, CA. The site sits on 151 acres of cedar, oak and pine woodlands, making it a rare and remarkable outdoor getaway in which to appreciate nature in Southern California. It features clean comfortable cabins with separate teacher housing, healthy plentiful meals served in a spacious dining hall, basketball courts, challenge course, miles of hiking trails, and diverse natural areas for exploring the outdoors and learning about the web of life.


Pilgrim Hills Camp:

Located in Brinkhaven, OH, approximately an hour and a half northeast of Columbus, Pilgrim Hills Camp has over 350 acres of woodlands, meadows, streams, trails and a lake. In addition to customized K-12 outdoor education programs offered by Nature’s Classroom, Pilgrim Hills Camp features a teambuilding challenge course, basketball court, pond for fishing, archery, campfire circles, nature center, separate teacher housing, and hiking trails.

Facility Rentals and Ownership

All WOLF School Campuses, with the exception of Camp Tuolumne Trails, are operated by United Camps, Conferences, and Retreats (UCCR).  UCCR is a non-profit management cooperative that operates camps, conferences, and retreat centers owned by other organizations so that any non-profit organization may attend.  To bring your non-profit, non-WOLF School group to a UCCR site, contact UCCR Reservations.

The WOLF School is not a religious environmental education school but welcomes the attendance of all school programs, religious and secular, public and private.

Rules for acceptance and participation in programs at UCCR are the same for everyone without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, handicap, or national origin.