Summer Camp: Treasure Island Camp (Ages 4-6)
X marks the spot as you will kick off summer with a camp full of clues. Kids can create and read maps, solve puzzles, go on a scavenger hunt, play outside and enjoy the activities that bring on summer!
Summer Camps: Adventure is Out There! (Youth entering grades 3-5 or 5-7)
Find an adventure without ever having to leave the Nature Center. We’ll spend the week learning new skills such as archery, orienteering, and mountain biking. In this camp we’ll have the chance to explore all that River Bend has to offer. Bring a lunch and wear comfortable clothing with closed toed shoes. Snacks provided.
Summer camps: Goslings (pre-k youth)
Goslings camp allows those that are pre-k to get outside, meet new friends and explore all the wonderful creatures that the outdoors has to offer! Choose between session 1 which focuses on plants and animals or session 2 which focuses on creepy crawlers.
Summer Camps: Pond Skimmers (Youth entering grades 6-8)
Pond Skimmers camp allows youth entering grades 6-8 opportunities to participate in various outdoor activities whether it is ropes courses, fire and shelter-building, animal exploration, extreme hiking and biking, competitive games or water activities!
Summer Camps: Puddle Jumpers (Youth entering grades k-1)
Both Puddle Jumpers sessions offers a twist on discovering the natural world around us! Puddle Jumpers camp focuses on examining and learning about the creatures that we might encounter day-to-day in our backyards!
Summer Camps: Road Trip through the USA (Ages 5-7)
There are so many amazing places to explore in the USA. So come take a little trip with us this summer in the classroom as we research information on fun facts about states, landmarks, history, food and culture. Youth will also get to complete a variety of projects and take a break from "traveling" to play some fun games in the great outdoors and gym.
Summer Camps: Water Tigers (Youth entering grades 2-3)
Youth entering grades 2-3 can study the history of our planet through studying geology or exploring plant, animal and human artifacts.