You have a family to feed, a business to run, and a home to stay at.
You’ve been given the luxury of a nomadic life, but you’re still searching for a way to live off the land.
That’s the goal of the Wildwood Life Center, a nonprofit that offers a wide variety of lifestyle options for people who want to live their own way without relying on a pack or a packer.
Located in a remote part of South Dakota, the Wildwoods are an outgrowth of the group’s namesake, a couple who grew up on a remote, hilly ranch near the town of Fond du Lac.
The couple built a camper-van-style home on their family’s land and converted it into a summer camp in 2007.
But after their family died, the ranch was sold, and the family’s daughter moved in.
“That’s when I really started to see the need for a place where I could get some distance,” said Kim Lander, Wildwood founder and founder of the organization.
“We had a lot of people coming through the door.
People had been living out in the country, living on the road.
We wanted to be able to support a different lifestyle.”
Lander said that after years of searching, she finally found a home that fit her lifestyle and the needs of her family.
The nonprofit offers campsites, cabins, cabana trailers, tents, and other camp amenities.
In addition to the campsite, the center also offers a range of other services, including a bike and hiking shop, a car wash, and more.
“I think the biggest part of Wildwood is just being flexible,” said Lander.
“There are so many different options.
You can go out and do a little cooking and cooking and maybe cooking.
You don’t need a whole lot of gear.”
Larger than a typical tent camp, the camp offers cabins for up to 16 people, and there are two kitchens.
“You’re going to have to decide how you want to cook your food,” said Tisha Thompson, Wildwoods director of events.
“A lot of times it’s just cooking a little bit.
We cook all of our own food, so that’s kind of what we’re looking for.
There are a lot more options than a tent.”
The Wildwoods also offer a variety of other camping amenities, including an open-air gym, a full-service bar, and an indoor campground, as well as outdoor dining.
The camp also hosts a variety, including family picnics and rock climbing, hiking, and fishing.
For a limited time, the group is offering a $10,000 campfire challenge.
The challenge will be run on Saturday, August 16, and will award a cash prize of $100.
A list of all Wildwood events can be found here.
You have to sign up for a Wildwood membership before you can apply to the challenge.
If you are interested in volunteering to cook and cook for the Wilds, you can get more information here.
Wildwood offers programs for everyone.
The organization offers two campsites: One for adults and one for teens.
Lander and Thompson said that both campsites have a full kitchen, a small fire pit, and plenty of space for guests to gather around the fire.
The Wildwood also offers programs, including free tutoring sessions, yoga classes, and art classes.
For information on what to bring to a Wildwoods event, click here.
The outdoor center offers a variety outdoor activities, including hiking, canoeing, camping, and fire making.
A map of the center can be viewed here.
Larger tent campsites and cabins are available for $30 a night.
“It’s all about being flexible and flexible with what you’re doing,” said Thompson.
“The Wildwoods is not like a big tent camp.
You might have a fire pit that’s like a tent, and you might have an open area, and then you might not have that much space.”
Licker said that in order to provide a good camp experience, the organization will need to offer a “home away from home” program.
This is a camp where guests can take time to relax and socialize and just hang out.
For example, the program will include a yoga class and some free yoga yoga.
The group also offers two cabins and an outdoor tent that can accommodate up to eight people.
Licker and Thompson both said that the campsites will be available from August 17-24.
“What we want is for people to come and stay for a couple of months and see what the Wild Woods is all about,” said Jens Lander of Wildwoods.
“They can come here and we’ll give them a campground and we can work on something else for them.”
The nonprofit also offers campsite rentals for $25 a night and cabin rentals for up $150 a night for a total of $600