Note: All Reserve events are tentative and may be cancelled dependent on changes to state and local protocols regarding Covid-19.
Summer Day Camp on The Reserve is centered on fostering each camper’s creativity, while exploring and learning about nature. Campers will tap into their wild side while they play games, create crafts, learn outdoor skills, sing songs and enjoy adventures on the Reserve.
Summer of 2020 include three weeks of camp!
Week One, June 15-June 19: Wild Adaptations!
Week Two, June 22-June 26: Savvy Survival Skills
Week Two, June 29-July 2: Eco-Heroes!
Cost for Week One and Two: $200. $180 (Family Level Supporter)
Cost for Week Three: $175. $160 (Family Level Supporter)
Ages: Camp is for kids, ages 6 -11
Counselors in Training Camp
The Counselors in Training (CIT) Camp program is designed to engage 12-15 years old by combining nature camp and leadership training. CIT’s will assist in leading activities, mentoring campers, all while still being able to take part in the camp fun!
Cost for Weeks One and Two: $150
Cost for Week Three: $130
Camp at a glance…
Campers have plenty of time to explore and discover nature. Daily nature walks provide campers with opportunities to view wildlife. Campers will also discover the natural environment through fun, hands-on science experiments and activities.
Having fun and staying safe while in exploring the wilderness is an important part of camp curriculum. Campers practice safety and survival skills for hiking and exploring in the outdoors.
Arts and Crafts
What would camp be with arts and crafts? With nature as their inspiration, campers craft and create pieces of art while using natural materials. Campers also try their hand in the culinary arts, by preparing food and cooking outdoors.
Run, Read, or Make a Mess
In addition to scheduled activities, campers are given supervised free time to experience nature on their own. Campers can run, jump, and climb in the natural playscape, get dirty in the mud kitchen, or grab a book to read under the shade of a tree.