Fall Break Nature Camp
Fall Break Nature Camp focuses on all things living in the chaparral, forest, meadow, and stream ecosystems. Campers explore life from the ground up, learn about insects and other arthropods, examine the diversity of plant life, and learn about the many animals that live in the Central Highlands. Nature Camp is a fun-filled five days of making friends, learning, games, crafts, and creek exploration. Come explore with us!
Camps are offered for ages 6-12.
This Year’s Details
Camp runs from 8am to 4pm Monday thru Friday! Campers will hike trails, explore forests, examine critters, make friends, and record their memories through writing and crafts. Each camp visits Lynx Creek and explores the creatures living in and around the water. Topics include: reptiles, mammals, insects, birds, plants, geology, and orienteering skills.
Due to COVID-19 campers will be required to bring and wear masks when physical distancing is not possible. All camp activities will be conducted outside except in the case of foul weather. Staff will modify activities to reduce risk and increase sanitation. Campers are encouraged to stay home if they are not feeling well and full or partial refunds will be issued. HCNH will be monitoring the situation locally and statewide, as well as following CDC guidelines and recommendations.
Highlands Center for Natural History
Monday through Friday, October 12th thru 16th
8am -4 pm
$185 members; $240 non-members
*Scholarships application available below.
Highlands Nature Camp Scholarship Policy
Scholarships are limited to two per child per year, whether it is for one Spring or Fall Break program, Summer Camp, or Knee-High Naturalists sessions. To apply, fill out the application below at least 30 days before your session start date.
For additional questions on scholarship applications please call 928.776.9550