Environmental Day Camp 2018

Topics may include:


Wildlife Identification

Animal Encounters

Plant Identification


Snakes & Insects 

Understanding Restoration

Environmental Crafts

Nature Hikes


6 to 12


Monday through Friday, 9 am - 4 pm


June through July

Week 1: The Anatomy of Nature June 18-22

How does a snake move so quickly? Why are plants green? Does a scorpion have bones? These are just a few questions that will be answered in this exciting week long camp.

Week 2: Backbone Not Required! June 25-29

What do insects, spiders, snails, and centipedes have in common? They've got no spine! Join us for a week of exploring the amazing world of these spineless creatures.

Week 3: Florida Time Warp! July 9-13

From mammoths to marsupials, Florida's animals have changed greatly over time. Campers will travel through time and discover the wonders of Florida's animals and people.

Week 4: Home Sweet Home: Animal Edition  July 16-20

Nests, and burrows, and dens, on my! In this week of camp we will look at habitats where animals live, animal engineering, and the adaptations they use to survive. 


Family Members*

$150/week  for 1st week per child
$125/week for any additional weeks per child

*Must have family membership, which must be current through Summer Camp Program child(ren) are attending. 


$175/week for 1 week per child

Before and after care available for $25 per camper per week

Please register each camper separately. Thank you!

Summer Camp Registration
from 150.00
Before and After Care
from 25.00

Thank you!

ONP Environmental Summer Camps are made possible by the generous sponsorship of Duke Energy.