Summer Camp 2018

This year we will be offering 6 weeks of Summer Camp at $200 per week, with a repeat week and sibling discount of $25. Sign up for all 6 weeks for $1000, and get a free week! Camp will be Monday through Friday from 9:30 to 4:30, drop off begins at 8:00 am and all campers must be here by 9:30. Pick up begins at 4:30 and lasts until 5:30. Each week will end with a closing ceremony and awards, youth talent showcase, and an optional family camp out on Friday.

Each week campers will get to experience Fishing, Archery, Canoeing, Ropes Course, and Creative Expression while we enforce teamwork and trust, problem solving, and the core routines of nature connection. The Seguin Outdoor Learning Center will provide snacks and water refilling stations, but each camper must bring a small backpack, sack lunch, and a water bottle.

REGISTER NOW: 2018 SUMMER CAMPS! Call 830-379-7652 to discuss enrollment. Downloadable registration forms are here Thank you.

June 11th Week 1- The Science of Conservation. Stewardship and conservation practices. Biodiversity, habitat restoration, aquatic studies, plant and wildlife studies exploring the world as a different type of scientist. We will use great tools of the trade to enhance our experiences in the field.

June 18th Week 2- Core Routines and Creative Expression. A STEAM (Science technology, engineering, art and math) focus on the core routines of Naturalists (Sneaking, Stalking, Camouflage, Journaling, Wildlife Tracking, Bird Language, Primitive Skills, Nature Based Games and Creative Expression) Campers will create their own stop motion animation nature video with The Edge of Imagination Station for the Friday talent showcase.

June 24th Week 3- Into the Wild. Intro to camping and outdoor exploration, plus primitive skills. Tents, Hiking, Fire Safety, Knife Safety, Knots and Cordage, Leave No Trace, First Aid, Navigation and Geocaching will have your kiddos ready for adventure!

July 9th Week 4- On Target and Hunter's Ed Certification. Shooting Skills focus- primitive technology and tools, air rifles, archery, carving/trapping, hunting stewardship, and fire. Children ages 9 and up can participate in Hunter’s Ed certification.

July 16th Week 5- Trust and Teambuilding. Leadership focus. Challenge by choice high and low ropes course elements. Trust and teambuilding activities, problem solving, positive communication, peacemaking/peacekeeping, conflict resolution and goal setting.

July 23rd Week 6- Texas Natural History. Blast from the past. From from fossils to stone tools, archaeology dig/discovery, historic cultures of Texas, geology of Texas- rocks and minerals, cave formations, and water in Texas.

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