Nature and Science Camps

Kids are inspired to explore our natural environment and delight in the wonders of discovery.

Fish, Frogs & Forts Camp

Entering grades 1 – 3 in fall

Member Participants: $240/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $265/week

Weeks of June 8, June 15, June 29, July 6, July 13, July 20, August 3 and August 17 (No program July 3, fee prorated)

Filled with exploration and environmental education, we’ll focus on fort building and discovery of insects, fish and frogs. Campers learn basic fishing skills while practicing the catch-and-release method. Bait and fishing equipment is provided at camp but you may bring your own.

Science Explorer Camp

Entering grades 1 – 3 in fall

Member Participants: $240/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $265/week

Weeks of June 8, June 22, July 6, July 20, August 3 and August 17

Campers take off into a world of exploration through hands-on experiments to learn essential concepts applied towards a variety of eruptions, engineering experiments, and much more.

Outdoor Living Skills Camp

Entering grades 4 – 6 in fall

Member Participants: $255/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $280/week

Weeks of June 15, June 29, July 20, August 3, August 17 and August 24 (No program July 3, fee prorated)

Kids develop their outdoor living skills in this exciting, hands-on specialty camp! Campers discover the finer points of preparing for a big outdoor adventure. Participants will learn a variety of useful camping skills that may include building a fire, making camp shelters, knot tying, campfire cooking and more!

Full STEAM Ahead Camp

Entering grades 4 – 6 in fall, 2019

Member Participants: $240/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $265/week

Weeks of June 15, June 29, July 13, July 27 and August 24 (No program July 3, fee prorated)

This camp is perfect for our young scholars who are passionate about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. Campers will spend the week engaged in hands on, interactive projects. We will figure out how things work and why it’s important. Activities may include Legos, robotics, science experiments, plus more! There will be lots of learning, using their imaginations, and exploring the indoors and outdoors at camp!