Overview

Nature Camp is all grown up! Take the next steps with our most popular Nature Camp activities and explore these skills in new environments. Campers will learn and refresh their skills with canoeing, archery and camping and then venture off-site to nearby state parks to put their skills to the test. Campers may canoe down the Patapsco River or on the Chesapeake Bay, shoot archery at Gunpowder State Park or build campfires. New nature activities may include geocaching, nature survival, no-trace camping, tubing, rock climbing or sailing and will vary from session to session. Campers will participate in recreational swimming at least once per week. An overnight will be scheduled, rain or shine, during the second week of camp where campers will put their camping skills to action, including building fires, pitching tents, cooking meals and more. A detailed overnight schedule will be handed out on the first day of the session.

Planned overnight locations (subject to change):

Session 1Bull Run Regional Park (July 2) — Atlantis Waterpark, Virginia
Session 2Pocomoke River State Park (July 18) — Assateague Island
Session 3Yogi Bear Campground, Pennsylvania (Aug. 1) — Whitewater rafting
Session 4Lake Raystown Family Camping Resort, Pennsylvania (Aug. 15) — Waterpark/Amusement Park

GRADES LISTED ARE FOR FALL 2019

Age GroupGrades 6-8
Location

Drop off and pick up at the boathouse

Extended care located at the camp site, 410-715-3049

Time8:30am-4pm
Length of CampFour separate two-week sessions –  Click here to see a sample camp schedule.
Dates of Sessions
  • June 24-July 5 (no camp July 4)
  • July 8-19
  • July 22-Aug. 2
  • Aug. 5-16
CA Member/CA ResidentEarly Bird Price: $558 (Regular Price: $620)
Non-Member/NonresidentEarly Bird Price: $580.50 (Regular Price: $645)
Week of July 4 – CA Member/CA ResidentEarly Bird Price: $502.20 (Regular Price: $558)
Week of July 4 – Non-Member/NonresidentEarly Bird Price: $522.45 (Regular Price: $580.50)

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.

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