Join us August 1st-5th for Wildwood Running overnight camp. We will run, reflect and have fun!
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We are thrilled to be hosting our first Wildwood running overnight camp! Coming together with middle school and high school girls to celebrate this awesome journey we are all on together feels exciting, especially after all this time away from one another.
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This camp is made for all female distance runners. At Wildwood running we support Anyone who loves this sport, wants to continue to grow as a runner and a person no matter their pace! As many athletes are gearing up for their cross country season, we will model our five days together after a typical week of practice. We will not be running hard every day but inturn will practice different types of workouts and recovery days simultaneously. We want athletes to leave camp feeling like they put in some good work but most importantly learned more about themselves and their athletic journey.
Like most things Wildwood Running, we will take time to reflect and discuss being a great runner as well as a great person. We will talk about athletic identity, mental health, puberty, building confidence, menstrual health, and so much more. Our hope every girl leaves camp feeling like they’ve grown as an individual and are proud of the journey they are on!
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Cofounders Marie Davis Markham and Robyn Mcgillis will be hosting this summer‘s camp. Together Marie and Robyn Combine to have many years of competitive running as well as coaching high school athletes. Their mission for Wildwood Running is to Focus on more than just the running, Acknowledging that being a great runner is more than putting 1 foot in front of the other. For their 35 years in the running world, they have witnessed male runners and female runners coached similarly. Understanding there are physiological and emotional differences is important for every athlete and coach. Addressing these differences help support every athlete on their own athletic journey.
7am shakeout/stretch or yoga
9-9:45am Discussion Session
1:00 Free time/rest/swim/slip n slide/basketball
3:30 Discussion Session
4:45 Reflection Time
6:30 Free time/firepit
10:00 lights out
We are excited to host our camp at Cedar Ridge retreat. This property encompasses many sleeping areas, a dining hall, swimming pool, fields, slip and slide and 1 mile trail around the perimeter of the property. The property is located in Vernonia, Oregon which is about 1 hour west of Portland.
Simultaneously a youth boys soccer camp will be occurring on the property. During our camp we will not be with them. Our schedule will be coordinated appropriately so that our groups do not overlap on the property. The property is large enough that we can find our own space. A couple times during the week, we will take a bus to various running locations.
We ask that camp be a technology free zone. Athletes may have 30 minutes in the evening to connect with their families but we want to encourage all athletes to enjoy nature, meet friends and have fun!
All of our Covid protocols will be developed using the Oregon overnight camp guidelines. We will work with Cedar Ridge retreat to make sure all of these are met. (Link to camp protocols). We ask that all campers are either vaccinated or present a negative COVID-19 test 48 hours prior to camp. Campers will remain in cohorts of 30 or less. Cabins will maintain appropriate spacing per guidelinesset by the Oregon Health Authority.
We are excited to have some of our favorite runners as counselors. All counselors will be vaccinated or have had a negative Covid test 48 hours prior to arrival. They also will have completed a background check. These counselors believe in the power of living a well rounded life full of running and other things.