Camp Road Scholar in the Ozarks
Go back to camp and choose your own adventure with indoor and outdoor activities like canoeing and painting in the beautiful Ozark Foothills. This is your chance to be a kid again.
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Program No. 22776RJ
8 days
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At a Glance

Choose your own adventure on our Camp Road Scholar in the Ozarks, where everyone has the chance to be a kid again. Go back to camp and challenge yourself on learning adventures in the lush Ozark foothills surrounding your quaint and comfortable rooms with a beautiful view of the lake. Make new friends at the campfire, and surround yourself in the nostalgia and excitement of a week at summer camp. Enjoy active days learning archery or kayaking on the lake. Take adventure to the next level on the zipline or climbing wall. Show your creativity at mosaic or ceramics class. Or enjoy an experiential learning session like spirit yoga or geocaching—all with the guidance of naturalists, artists and outdoor experts.
Activity Level
Outdoor: No Sweat
Activities can be chosen based on your desired activity level. You may hike up to 3 miles over hills and uneven terrain, ride a horse through the forest, or enjoy relaxing classes at the arts & crafts center with easy strolls in-between.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Re-live the summer camp experience as you participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities in an idyllic setting.
  • Take field trips to Onondaga Cave State Park or a local winery for a tasting and to learn how wine is made.
  • Enjoy evening activities like live music, campfires and an ice cream social.
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Stephanie Littlefield
Stephanie Littlefield’s story begins when her grandfather — a St. Louis entrepreneur — fell in love with a country retreat. He began his own cattle farm, eventually becoming one of the largest cattle ranches in the Midwest which still belongs to her family. Steffie and her sister Cyndy were commonly seen as the large cattle shows as little girls. She hopes that Edg-Cliff will continue being an important member of the community, creating jobs and sharing the charm of the Midwest with visitors.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Stephanie Littlefield
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Debbie & Andy Schwartz
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