Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Enrolling Now: ECO-Adventure Camp Summer 2013
ECO-Adventure Camps: Do you enjoy getting your feet wet exploring streams searching for crayfish, salamanders and frogs? Are you tired of getting in trouble for getting your shoes too muddy? Come and join us for a summer filled with outdoors adventures. Choose one or several of our eight weekly summer camp themes. Each week will include a different weekly focus as well as the following core activities: creek walks, nature hikes, team building games, and archery practice. Please note activities are subject to change due to heat advisories and unsafe weather conditions. Location: Catoctin Creek Nature Center.
Ages: 8-13 years old
Camp Schedule: 8:00am-5:00pm
Transportation: Looking for an easier way for transportation to and from camp? Take advantage of our transportation service! For an additional $25 , campers will be safely transported to and from Catoctin Creek Nature Center for camp. Parks and Recreation Shuttle Van will leave daily from Rose Hill Manor at 7:30am and return at 5:00pm. Have that piece of mind this summer and select this great feature for your camper. Transportation is limited to 10 participants.
Our camps are filling up fast. We have listed below our summer camp weeks which still have openings. To register for this camp please visit www.recreater.com or you may call: 301-600-2936 to register.
Week 2: Wildlife Wonders (July 1-5):
Explore the habitats and lives of the wild animals of Catoctin Creek. Meet live animals and explore the creek, woods, and meadows of the park searching for the wild critters that live here. Camp will be closed on Thurs. July 4th for the Fourth of July Holiday.
Cost Without Transportation (Registration #17462): $116
With Transportation (Registration #17470): $136
Week 5: Scales and Slime (July 22-26):
Do you enjoy collecting snakes, frogs, and toads? Put your old shoes on and join us as we search for our favorite herps, and enter the secret world of reptiles and amphibians. Campers will enjoy: stream walks, nature hikes, wildlife explorations, guest speakers, and much more.
Cost Without Transportation (Registration #17465): $145
With Transportation (Registration #17473): $170
Week 6: Keeper of The Wild (July 29-Aug 2):
Join us for a crafty camp that combines the great outdoors and the wonderful world of art. During the week campers will: go on nature walks, listen to Native American stories, dissect owl pellets, explore for wildlife, create Native American crafts, paint with water colors, sketch, and build miniature rafts.
Cost Without Transportation (Registration #17466): $145
With Transportation (Registration #17474): $170
Week 7: Winged Wonders (Aug 5-9):
Have you ever wished you could fly? We will spend a week studying the master of flight: birds, insects, and flying squirrels. Activities for the week will include: insect safari, bird walks, dip netting, and stream searches, designing bird feeders, and nature crafts.
Cost Without Transportation (Registration #17467): $145
With Transportation (Registration #17475): $170
Week 8: Nature Rocks (Aug 12-16):
Join us as we uncover a world from long ago by studying the local history and geology of Catoctin Creek Park. Campers during the week will be collecting rocks, exploring the creek bed, searching for hidden treasures, and geocaching.
Cost Without Transportation (Registration #17468): $145
With Transportation (Registration #17476): $170