Connect to Nature with Reflection, Growth, and Relaxation
Amy Camp draws on the power of nature to help individuals and teams reflect, grow, and have fun. Her custom-designed nature experiences, trainings, and workshops support each client’s intended outcome. Change up your routine meetings, retreats, and team training by incorporating a nature experience with Amy. She can tailor a nature-based experience based on your needs. Contact her to explore the possibilities.
Group Nature Experiences
When people leave their comfort zone and their familiar environment, they often discover new things about themselves and generate refreshing ideas that wouldn’t otherwise have been explored.
Amy has led many outdoor group experiences that have led to attendees’ personal and professional growth while enjoying nature.
- Team Building
- Staff Retreats
- Benefits of the Trails
- Trail Town Training
- Personal and Professional Growth
Facilitated Experience Highlights
Amy has created and led a variety of custom outdoor experiences for both consulting clients and individuals who seek to reflect and grow in a natural setting.
|Amy has led her consulting clients on Trail Best Practice Mission Trips focused on trails along the Great Allegheny Passage, the C&O Canal Towpath, and the Appalachian Trail.
Each mission trail trip connects the attendees to trail-to-town best practices and showcases the best in hospitality.
|Check out Amy’s blog post on one of the Trail Best Practice Mission Trips in 2016.
|Many of Amy’s workshops and experiences can be tailored to align with the client’s objectives and goals.
For example, Amy led law professionals from the Collaborative Law Association of Southwestern Pennsylvania to explore the fears they and their clients experience. By using the idea of wilderness as a metaphor for the unknown, the attendees learned how to recognize and work with their fears.
|Read about the experience of a women-only Rolling Into Summer Retreat led by Amy.
|As a placemaker and trail tourism expert, Amy has presented and hosted workshops and meetings at many conferences and events.
For example, Amy was both a panel moderator of the Opportunities, Challenges, and Benefits of Trails session and one of the panelists of the Outdoor Marketing Toolkit at the 2019 New Mexico Outdoor Economics Conference session.
|Check out more of Amy’s upcoming events and workshops.
Get started on planning your organization’s next outdoor experience.
Interested to know more about trails? Learn more about the benefits of trails and leveraging natural assets in Amy’s book, Deciding on Trails: 7 Practices of Healthy Trail Towns.