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Register Now: Daycamps at Stony Creek

Looking for a great kids camp in your own backyard? Check out the happenings at Stony Creek.

There’s no reason to go far this summer for a great kids camp experience.

Stony Creek is offering several programs for kids and teens that will not only keep their minds working during the warmer months, but also give them a lifelong appreciation for the great outdoors. Preregistration is required for all camps.

Plan an adventure today:

Nature’s Child Day Camp:

Nature Center June 18 – June 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Meet live animals, catch a fish, take a tractor-drawn wagon ride, paddle a 34-foot canoe, do science experiments and go on nature adventures! Lunch and snack will be provided each day. For ages 8-12. Fee: $95 per child. Register for both Stony Creek summer camps for $150. Registration begins May 14. For additional information or to register, contact the Nature Center at 586-781-9113.

 Adventures in Science Camp:

Nature Center June 25 – June 27, from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. First, become a nature detective and discover “who done it?” during the “Animal CSI” day. The next day, have crazy science fun and do wacky experiments with our own mad scientist, Dr. D. Mented. The third day, learn outdoor survival techniques and put them to practice out in nature. Lunch and snack is provided each day. For ages 8–12. Fee: $95 per child. Register for both Stony Creek summer camps for only $150! Registration begins May 14. For additional information or to register, contact the Nature Center at 586-781-9113.

Nature’s Child Day Camp

Nature Center July 16 – July 18 from 10 a.m. to 3 pm. Meet live animals, catch a fish, take a tractor-drawn wagon ride, paddle a 34-foot canoe, do science experiments and go on nature adventures! Lunch and snack will be provided each day. For ages 8-12. Fee: $95 per child. Register for both Stony Creek summer camps for $150. Registration begins May 14. For additional information or to register, contact the Nature Center at 586-781-9113.

 

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