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Christian wilderness camp in Farmington, New Mexico

Looking for help for your young teen boy in Farmington, New Mexico who struggles with harmful behavior issues, or needs a break from troublesome friends or online distractions? Consider the short-term program available at Rocky Mountain Frontier’s off-the-grid Christian wilderness camp and ranch for troubled boys in northwest Wyoming.

Here at our family-owned ranch for troubled boys and Christian wilderness camp, a young boy can explore the challenges and tranquility of God’s Creation, and reset his life values and priorities to become the man God created him to be in Farmington, New Mexico.

Wilderness learning at Rocky Mountain Frontier’s short-term program and rural 1800’s lifestyle Christian wilderness camp is adventure-based therapy at a ranch for troubled boys that helps him modify his behavior and accept guidance for useful self-improvement.

The Frontier Christian wilderness camp actively checks the extent of each boy’s knowledge and skills. At our ranch for troubled boys, he’ll also work with ranch management, and live the “simple” way of life in off-the-grid base-camp log cabins, and makeshift mountain campsites.

A unique alternative to traditional wilderness and “teen boot-camps”, The Frontier ranch for troubled boys uses natural adventures to heal troubled and wounded young men. During the short-termed program, the trained, experienced staff at our Christian wilderness camp provides the needed resources, and mind-altering experiences for each boy that unveils a better way to live back home in Farmington, New Mexico.

Because wilderness learning at our short-term program and ranch for troubled boys takes them out of their familiar comfort zone in Farmington, New Mexico, each young boy encounters challenges to what he knows about himself. That’s when the Frontier Christian wilderness camp staff provides him with the knowledge and tools he needs to overcome obstacles in the wilderness, and within himself.

With experiential learning and support from mentors at this Christian wilderness camp and ranch for troubled boys, your son can heal and improve his emotional, mental and physical health at Rocky Mountain Frontier’s short-term program.

During our 60 to 90 day short-term program of wilderness learning, your son will be introduced to situations and given the knowledge to overcome obstacles within himself and back home in Farmington, New Mexico. And as the healing power of the great outdoors unlocks memories of trauma, and brokenness, Christian wilderness camp mentors encourage each troubled boy to see who he can become—the man God created him to be!

Don’t decide on a ranch for troubled boys or teen boot camp in Farmington, New Mexico until you’ve considered the benefits of the short term program and Christian wilderness camp at Rocky Mountain Frontier. Call today at (307) 645-3363 to find out if Rocky Mountain Frontier in rugged northwest WY is the best choice for your son. Look over the rest of the website here: https://www.rockymountainfrontier.org. You can also e-mail us at: admissions@rockymountainfrontier.org

More about Christian wilderness camp in Farmington, New Mexico:

Farmington is a city in San Juan County in the U.S. state of New Mexico. As of the 2010 U.S. Census the city had a total population of 45,877 people. Farmington makes up one of the four Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA’s) in New Mexico. The U.S. Census Bureau’s population estimate in 2006 for Farmington was about 43,573.Farmington city, New Mexico, U.S. Census Bureau, accessed August 27, 2007.]
Farmington is located at the junction of the San Juan River, the Animas River, and the La Plata River, and is located on the Colorado Plateau. Farmington is the largest City, and one of only two significant towns, of San Juan County, one of the largest counties in the United States covering Convert. The county seat and the other city in San Juan County is Aztec. Farmington serves as the commercial hub for most of northwestern New Mexico and the Four Corners region of four states. Farmington lies at or near the junction of three important highways U.S. Highway 550, U.S. Highway 64, and New Mexico Highway 371.
The primary industries of San Juan County are in the mining of petroleum, natural gas, and coal. Major coal mines are the Navajo and San Juan mines, operated by BHP Billiton Convert southwest of Farmington. The coal mined from the Navajo and San Juan mines is used entirely for fuel for the nearby Four Corners Generating Station and San Juan Power Plant to produce electric power.
Farmington is known across New Mexico and throughout the southwest for its baseball tournaments, and the Ricketts Ball Park is the home of the Connie Mack World Series. Farmington High School claimed the AAAA Baseball State Championship four years in a row from 2005 through 2008.
The site of an underground nuclear detonation in 1967 called Project Gasbuggy, a part of the defunct Operation Plowshare, was located in the Carson National Forest and was about Convert east of Farmington and about Convert south of Dulce, New Mexico. This pilot project of Operation Plowshare was an attempt to fracture a large volume of underground bedrock in order to make more natural gas available for extraction by gas wells.
The Navajo Indian Reservation is west of Farmington, the Ute Mountain Indian Reservation is to the northwest, and the Southern Ute Indian Reservation is to the northeast of Farmington. Prehistoric Native American ruins are located nearby. The Aztec Ruins National Monument and the Salmon Ruins are ancient dwellings located just to the northeast and the east of Farmington. Mesa Verde National Park lies about Convert to the northwest, and Chaco Culture National Historical Park is about Convert to the southeast.
The people of Farmington have been the subject of several civil rights investigations, including the 2005 report, The Farmington Report: Civil Rights for Native Americans 30 Years Later.

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We believe that the ranch and wilderness activities your son experiences here will educate his mind, strengthen his body, and elevate his spirit for good when he returns to Farmington, New Mexico. Please give us a call today! (307) 645-3363.

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