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.

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 enrollment policy here. 

Our camps are listed below.

A Note About COVID-19

Individual participants may not enroll in Early Learning and Skills at the same time due to cohorting requirements. Registration is required for all programs, including Adventure Club. All programs at Olympic Nature Experience will require staff and participants to practice social distancing and have a health check at the start of each day. Staff and participants over the age of 5 will be required to wear masks. Follow this link to review our COVID-19 policies.

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

Tuition assistance available for all programs

Adventure Club Family Camp

Adventure Club Family Camp September 13, 2021 – October 4, 2021 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Railroad Bridge Park

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Ages: 0 – 6 years

Days, Times + Location: Mondays at Railroad Bridge Park 10 am-12 pm

Dates: September 20 – October 11 (4 weeks)

Cost: $30/month for 1 adult and 1 child ($5 extra per additional participant) 

Join our socially distanced, all-outdoor family nature studies and play group. Through discovery, discussion, play and hands on experiences, children and their adults will learn about the plants, animals, forests and beach of the Dungeness River.

Families are given the opportunity to connect with their children in a relaxed, safe, and supported way in nature. While role modeling play and discovery with their children, families receive the restorative gifts of nature in a supportive group environment. Families will be guided by a trained naturalist and teacher.

Although the teachers will stay on-site during designated class times, families are welcome to leave whenever you and your child are ready. This hike is along trails and through uneven ground.

Families must sign up for each session ahead of time online. No drop-ins due to COVID-19. 

*Please note that Adventure Club will require all participants practice social distancing and have a health screening at the start of each day. All staff and adult participants will be required to wear face mask coverings.