Wanting your child to get more outdoor time when they are not in school? Children will play in the forest and splash in the ocean all while strengthening their critical thinking, curiosity and imaginations. These place based programs invite the children to create a relationship with a specific place for a day or a week. We maximize nature connection time with exploratory wanders, new skills and unifying games. Our staff gives children the opportunity to climb, crawl, sneak, run, and get dirty while their smiles and confidence grow.

Please consider making a donation to help send another child to camp this summer.

Please contact us if you are interested in tuition assistance for camps or cannot make your payment in full at the time of registration. You can find our registration policy and tuition assistance application on our REGISTRATION page.

Our camps are listed below.

Please take a look at our CAMP FAMILY HANDBOOK before registering for programs.

Forest Ninja Camp

February 17, 2020 9:30 am - 1:30 pm Railroad Bridge Park


Ages: 5-10 year olds

Days + Times: Monday, February 17, President’s Day from 9:30 – 1:30

Location: Railroad Bridge Park

Price: $40

Moving silently through the forest, invisible to all those around them, the Forest Ninja glides across the landscape. Share an outdoor adventure with friends as you transform into a Forest Ninja! Using personal strengths campers will explore the ideas of taking care of the natural world around them using stealth, awareness and camouflage. Campers will learn to read tracks, listen to bird language, and move like a wild animal.

Wild Art Camp

Wild Art Camp Flyer with Ferns and Trees in the Background April 3, 2020 9:30 am - 1:30 pm Green Point

Ages: 6-12 year olds

Days + Times: Friday, April 3, Spring Break from 9:30 – 1:30

Location: Green Point

Price: $40

Join us for a day full of nature journaling, hiking and self-expression. At Wild Art Camp we will explore the sounds, sights, scents, tastes and textures of nature. Finding inspiration and art supplies from the forest, we will work together to create collaborative sculptures. Through games and instruction, campers will gain artistic and observation skills.