What’s New in Experiential Education
Check out our new Experiential Education blog for outdoor inspiration. Posts are written by EE instructors and will updated weekly.
Visit our Event List on Campus Groups to secure your spot on our upcoming trip/program! For the Fall we will be running FREE virtual outdoor skill workshops and events. Please add the Outdoor Pursuits event calendar and Johns Hopkins Outdoors Club event calendar to your personal calendar from Campus Groups to conveniently see all of our trips, events, and programs!
To find more details about our outdoor trips we will have when we are back on campus, including trip requirements, registration information, and packing lists check out the Outdoor Trips Page.
See you outside!
Contact Base Camp
Johns Hopkins University
3400 N. Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218
Monday–Thursday: 4–7 p.m.
Friday: 2–5 p.m.
At the Office of Experiential Education, we want to get you outdoors and to enjoy all that the Mid-Atlantic region has to offer. From the first-timers to the seasoned outdoor veterans — we have an adventure for you. We will teach you everything you need to know while continuing to challenge your knowledge, skills and limits. Experiential Education is operated by two professional staff members and approximately 100 undergraduate student instructors.
Our mission is to help foster students’ passion and enjoyment for the outdoors by offering challenging and exciting experiential education courses that encourage and develop leadership, teamwork, environmental stewardship, character development, and lifelong transferable skills.
What We Offer
- Day Trips and Expeditions
- Pre-Orientation Trips
- Outdoor Leadership Training
- Indoor Climbing Facilities
- Kayak Clinics in the Recreation Center Pool
- Outdoor Equipment Rentals
- Johns Hopkins Outdoors Club (JHOC)
- Specialized programming for groups, departments, and teams.
Visit our Experiential Education Office at “Base Camp” located in the back of the Recreation Center near the ROTC building.
Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity service provider and employer.
Johns Hopkins University operates under special use permit from the USDA Forest Service.