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Holiday Break Camps
Ages 6-11

Join us outside!

Sign up for 1 or more day:

Winter: December 18, 19, 20, 21

Mid-Winter: February 19, 20, 21, 22, 23

Spring: April 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Location: St. Edward State Park

Drop-off: 9:30 am

Pick-Up: 3:00 pm

Teacher-Student Ratio: 1:8

Cost: $80 for each day enrolled

Scholarships are available

Camp Description

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Give your children the opportunity to experience the glory of St. Edward State Park throughout the changing seasons.

 

Break Camps are full of field games, friends, crafts, hiking, and nature exploration. During the cooler months, the children also warm their hands around a daily fire and have tea time to keep everyone warm. On warmer days the children will splash in spring puddles, roll down grassy hills and relax lakeside.  

Each break camp is unique in its own way as the forest changes throughout the year, from the leaf piles in fall to the rushing streams in winter to the emerging greenery of spring.

 

This camp is a 100% outdoors nature immersion program designed to nurture in children a sense of belonging in the natural world and to each other. Come adventure with us!

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Registration

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Please read before enrolling: 

Holiday Break Camps

Participant Requirements

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Children should be comfortable spending time outdoors in all weather conditions. Participants must also be able to hike up to about 1 mile on uneven terrain, arrive dressed in appropriate clothing/gear (as outlined below) and be willing to keep necessary gear on (including warm layers, socks, gloves, and hats). Children must be able to stay with the group, follow basic safety rules and instructions, and communicate needs or issues to an adult.  Children must also meet our Camper Readiness Requirement.

What to Wear

  • Non-cotton insulating layers

  • Rain jacket or waterproof winter coat

  • Snow pants or rain pants

  • Warm hat

  • Warm gloves or mittens, with water-resistant shell

  • Warm non-cotton socks

  • Snow or rain boots

  • Extra fleece or puffy jacket

What to Bring

  • Backpack 

  • Nutritious and filling lunch and snacks

  • Water in a reusable water bottle

  • Extra set of clothes (socks, underwear, pants, shirt), in a plastic/waterproof bag

What to Not Bring

  • Toys/Electronics

  • Valuable items

  • Candy

  • Pocket knives

Have Questions?

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