There’s a Whole World of Adventure Waiting at Summer Camp!
Summer Nature Day Camps start just after 4th of July and continue through the summer until the end of August. Choose from traditional camp to specially-themed camps designed to focus on specific areas of nature exploration. Our camps are for children in grades preschool through 8th. Camp runs from 10am-3pm Monday-Friday. Our Nature’s Little Explorers camp (4- 5 year olds) runs from 10am-12pm. Before/after care is available along with multi-child and multi-week discounts.
For Children in Grades K-8
This is the core of our summer camp programming, week long day camp adventures that promote discovery, physical fitness, problem-solving skills, social interaction, and awareness through direct contact with the natural world. Campers will find crayfish in the streams, build forts on Peanut Hill, explore the wonders of the beaver pond, catch frogs at Phillips Pond, build a campfire, roast hot dogs, get up close and personal with the swamp, play classic Baltimore Woods camp games like Camouflage and Kick the Can, make new friends, learn about the trees and birds, and get connected to the natural world in real and meaningful ways. Click here to learn more about our traditional summer camp activities for 2018.
Nature’s Little Explorers
Half Day Camp for Children Ages 4 and 5
Our experienced counselors are caring and dedicated to providing safe adventures for your child. Each day’s activities will nurture your child’s sense of wonder and connection to the environment, helping them to feel at home in nature. Limited to no more than 11 campers per session, campers will explore Baltimore Woods, learn about the various plants and animals found in the woods, play nature-related games and make nature crafts. This program runs from 10am-12pm. Click here to learn more about the weekly themes for 2018.
For Children in Grades 5-8
Baltimore Woods is offering special themed camp sessions for experienced campers looking to try something new or delve deeper into natural history and science concepts. Seven sessions will cover topics ranging from Mammals to Wilderness Survival. Led by our experienced staff educators, these camps promise to be packed with fun and discovery. Camps meet daily from 10am-3pm, before and after care are available if needed. Sessions are limited to 11 campers per week and will be filled on a first come first served basis. Click here to learn more about the weekly themes and session dates for 2018.