Fun is what camp is all about! At SNC we use Adventure, Learning and Kindness all in a Natural setting to promote each campers's personal development. Our nurturing atmosphere gives campers confidence to make friends easily and to try new activities. Our Gaol is allows each camper to truly be themselves, maybe thats why 92% of our campers return each summer.
Looking for a great addition to your summer? Check out the variety of summer camp options at Ferris State University.
SEACAMP San Deigo is a Marine Science camp for students 7th grade through 12th grade. We specialize in hands-on education through a combination of lab and water activities.
Campers work together & independently to solve problems, perform experiments, play games, create imaginative crafts, & more. Topics: Volcanoes, Earthquakes & Forces of Nature, Birds of a Feather, Wacky Science, & Reptiles of the World.
Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) is a summer academic enrichment and leadership program that brings together students from over 150 countries and all 50 U.S. states for two-week sessions at Yale. Students attend Yale faculty lectures, join seminars taught by undergraduate and graduate college students, and conduct capstone projects—all while learning with likeminded peers from around the world.
Explore the wonders of the great outdoors while having fun and meeting friends!
Heard Summer Nature Camps will feature opportunities to delve into the wonders of nature on our 289-acre sanctuary, encounter animal ambassadors, investigate nature-themed topics, and more! Pre-registration is required.
iWalk the Eno Science & Nature Camp helps children learn & grow in nature’s classroom.The camp is in Orange and Durham counties at Eno River State Park, which offers many opportunities to camp, hike, & splash in a natural wonderland.
Come join Oceans of Fun for a Summer Camp experience of a life time! Meet our seals and sea lions up-close and personal in our interactive educational camps! Learn about marine mammals, habitats, animal training and conservation through daily animal interaction.
A learning farm that focuses on teaching hands-on topics about the outdoors and science for toddlers through third graders.
At Twin Rocks, we provide all the tools you need for a successful Outdoor School experience. We can help you develop a successful program, partner with you if you already have a program prepared, and provide you with a full rental space with all of the amenities you will need to make the classroom come to life!
Gallons of glowing liquids; strange objects flying through the air; messages written in secret code; robots that dance upon command. Is this a fictional account of a visit to another planet? No . . it's a Mad Science summer camp!
Proven curriculum for fun and formative camp experience bonding with nature, other campers, counselors and animals. Waldorf, Montessori, and Reggio philosophies inspire activities that are adaptable for everyone and foster ownership in campers work and surroundings
Learn marine biology or wildlife biology at University field stations or mountain ecology and science while backpacking in the Sierras
Bird Conservancy of the Rockies offers year-round camp experiences for kids ages 4-17. All camps are about getting kids outside to have fun and explore nature while making friends, developing leadership skills and gaining insights into their relationships with themselves, others and the world around them. Camp content and activities are designed in a progression to introduce young children to the outdoors and build their skills over time.
Explore, experience and learn at Columbia Springs Summer Nature Day Camps!
Explore a 240 wooded campus full of creatures and mysteries with a naturalist. Meet our animal ambassadors (hedgehogs, owls, hawks, snakes, turtles, and more), while connecting with each other and the world around!
Marine Science Camp (Redwood City, CA) provides hands-on activities for budding marine scientists in K-8th grade. Participants explore marine habitats and live animals at our shore-side facility in Redwood City and while on board our 90-foot research vessel.