Week #6 Recap - Woodward Copper

pro snowboarder scott stevens at Woodward Copper
The always-creative Scott Stevens. 

Week 6 brought the return of the world-famous Videograss crew, featuring professional snowboarders JP Walker, Scott Stevens and Joe Sexton, along with videographer/VG kingpin Justin Meyer and legendary snowboard pro-turned-photographer Chad Otterst

Week #7 Recap - Woodward Tahoe

Week 7 came in a flash, but boy was it one for the books. With another jam-packed week full of camp life stoke and epic action , this summer has been nothing short of the best summer yet! Creature Skateboards brought the heat for their second time this summer and brought not one but three professional skateboarders to rip with the campers. Let me introduce them to you; We had Willis Kimbel, an all-around straight ripper, and a tank of a human. He has been a professional skateboarder since 2015 and is a deep concrete pool extraordinaire.

Jibassic Park with Brady Lem

When people think about 2-days they are usually referring to the weekend. But we don't have any days off here at Woodward Tahoe! Spend two days in Boreal's famous Jibassic park, with one of the smoothest riders around, Brady Lem.

 

Filmed by Kyle Greene and Jake Pollock, Edit by Kyle Greene

Week #4 Recap - Woodward Copper

Icelantic Skis team with Woodward Copper Campers
The Icelantic Ski Team at Woodward Copper Summer Camp.

Week 4 kicked down the door and yelled “yeeehaw!” as we galloped into another amazing week at Woodward Copper. We wrangled up some of your favorite brands, pros, VIPs and special guests to keep Week 4 wild and wonderful.

Week #5 Recap - Woodward Tahoe

There is no better way to spend the 4th of July than at the best Summer Camp in the world! Here we celebrate Independence Day the Woodward Tahoe way starting off the day with french toast with whipped and Red, White, and Blue sprinkles! the 4th wouldn't be possible without a little party at Lake Woodward with popsicles followed up by the main event... The Independence Day Parade. Campers made rolling floats out of scooters, bikes, and boards to ride in the parade.