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

Before Care starts daily at 8am; After Care runs until 5pm

Thank you!

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