School is out, now let's get outside to learn!
Our week-long summer day camps provide students in grades 2 through 7 a wonderful opportunity to experience fun, science-based activities in a supportive outdoor environment. Camps are led by certified and experienced environmental science educators and boast a teacher-student ratio of 1:5. Our students enjoy an in-depth learning experience involving Oregon's bugs, birds and other wildlife by visiting local parks and natural areas to see first-hand the animals that live right in our neighborhoods.
Our summer camp goals are to:
Help students feel comfortable and safe in outdoor settings
Provide hands-on experiences that increase knowledge about Oregon’s environment and natural resources
Inspire curiosity, cooperation and multi-sensory connections with nature
Teach campers how to be good stewards of our natural world
Our standards-based outdoor school curricula revolve around innovative STEAM practices, including scientific inquiry, community partnerships and applied learning.
2018 Summer Camp Dates:
Nature Rangers | July 9-13, 2018 | Students entering Grades 2-3 (Tuition: $235/child)
Wild Trackers | July 16-20, 2018 | Students entering Grades 4-7 (Tuition: $275/child)
Where: Local parks and natural areas in the Willamette Valley. The drop-off/pick-up location for each day (with the exception of Friday morning for Grades 4-7) is at the Eco Hub.
Camp Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday. Check-in at the Eco Hub begins at 7:30 am. After-camp care from 4:00-5:00 pm will be provided by staff for an additional $5/day.
Each camp is limited to 10 participants. Camp for Grades 4-7 includes an overnight camp-out on Thursday night. A limited number of need-based scholarships are available.