Organized Village of Kake sponsors the Kake Culture Camp, which is located north of Kake, and the camp dates are mid-July. Number of campers: 60-80 for the day camp (grades K-6) and 27-45 (7-12th grade) for the overnight camp. Camp activities include Tlingit dancing, subsistence food gathering, goose tongue, sea asparagus, deer harvesting, seal harvesting, gumboots (chitons), octopus and other seafood. Language taught in Tlingit. Culture specialists teach along with Elder storytelling and guest artists teach their skills. Survival overnight camping trip for 7-12th graders.