Based out of Wild Bear Nature Center, join other young friends to explore the frog ponds and local nature. Play, sing and make crafts with other campers with our highly experienced Early Childhood Educators.
What you’ll do
Animal Musicians—June 29–July 2
Did you know that wild animals make a lot of music? From buzzing bees, chirping crickets, singing birds or coyote howls, do you know what they are saying? Discover nature’s tunes and try to speak their languages!
Sprouts— July 6–9
Where do plants come from? Dissect flowers to find seeds, germinate and plant in your backyard! Explore the creatures that help plants grow: worms and other critters in the earth. Discover the plants sprouting all around us and take home your own mini-garden!
Insect Detectives— July 13-16
Become an entomologist and discover the wild insect world. Set traps and sweep your net through the grass, and look under the rocks! Remember to be gentle, look closely and release back to their happy homes! Create your own insect guide to take home.
What to Bring
Face mask, sunscreen, sun hat, rain jacket, layers, lunch and snacks, water bottle
How to Get There
Meet at Wild Bear and go from there!
Drop-off: 8:30 am
$70 per day. If you are experiencing financial stress, please contact CCCAP to determine if you qualify. They are adjusting their qualifications to include more families.
How to Register
Please call us at 303-258-0495 to reserve your spot. Space is limited.
Wild Bear is Boulder County's only nonprofit nature center that is open to the general public year-round. Through both our free nature center and many camps and programs, we provide hands-on nature experiences for people of all ages.