Organizations like the Boy and Girl Scouts, the Salvation Army Adventure Corps. and Camp Fire were designed to help kids learn how to survive in the wilderness with maximum know-how and minimum supplies, but what if you spent your childhood indoors instead of out?
What sort of skills would you need to make it through an extended stay in the woods, and how do you plan to deal with all that Mother Nature throws at you?
A good place to start is this article by Lifehacker called Wilderness Survival Skills Everyone Should Know, which compiles articles from a bunch of survival experts on important topics like basic first aid techniques, building shelter and foraging for food and drinkable water.
It's full of handy tips and tutorials that might save your life someday, or you can read it and let your mind do the camping if you don't plan on going outside anytime soon...