Where can campers learn how to swim, paddle a canoe, play a variety of sports and learn the finer points of archery, all in two weeks? Nature Camp! All of that, plus campers sing songs, sleep under the stars, devour snow cones, create nature crafts, fish and participate in instructional swimming (Monday-Thursday) and recreational swimming at least once a week at a nearby CA pool. Campers are grouped according to age. Nature Camp is truly an outdoor camp, but don’t fret — campers are kept cool with swimming, popsicles, water games, snow cones, and slip and slides. Relief from the sun can be found in our pavilion and gazebo as well.
A special activity day occurs on the last Friday of each session with a cookout, tie-dying and other themed activities. An overnight is scheduled for the first Thursday of each session. (If there is inclement weather the first Thursday, there will be an overnight, rain or shine, on the second Thursday. Alternate locations may be used.) Overnight activities include parent and camper games, group songs, skits, roasting marshmallows and other camping activities that will be memories your camper keeps forever.
A detailed overnight schedule will be handed out on the first day of each camp session.
GRADES LISTED ARE FOR FALL 2019
|Age Group||Grades K-5|
|Location||Drop off and pick up at gazebo; extended care located at campsite, 410-381-5824|
|Length of Camp||Four separate two-week sessions – Click here to see a sample camp schedule.|
|Dates of Sessions|
|CA Member/CA Resident||Early Bird Price: $522 (Regular Price: $580)|
|Non-Member/Nonresident||Early Bird Price: $544.50 (Regular Price: $605)|
|Week of July 4 – CA Member/CA Resident||Early Bird Price: $469.80 (Regular Price: $522|
|Week of July 4 – Non-Member/Nonresident||Early Bird Price: $490.05 (Regular Price: $544.50)|
What to bring
Campers must wear closed-toed shoes, and it is suggested campers wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing and socks. A hat and sunscreen are recommended for outdoor activities. Campers should bring a swimsuit and towel, a healthy, nonperishable lunch and a refillable water bottle. A sleeping bag and pillow are needed for the overnight. Tents are provided for campers; however, personal tents are welcome.