Camp for children entering grade 1 and 2

Campers enjoy outdoor fun that weaves together stories, games, activities, water play, and reflective time in their "Magic Spot". They emerge with new friendships, amazing discoveries, and a deeper respect for nature and the outdoors.
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Outdoor Discovery Camp

This program is offered at two convenient sites—Norwich, Vermont, and Hanover, New Hampshire.

"He enjoyed coming every day. He loved the hikes, games, and counselors." -Montshire Outdoor Discovery Camp parent

Choose one, two, or three of the sessions of this popular nature program.

  • Session A:  Nature's Toolbox:  Discover how plants and animals interact with and are adapted to their physical environment.  We will develop tools to observe the world more closely.
  • Session B:  Who Lives Here?  Explore different habitats and learn what makes them each unique.  Find out who makes their home in the woods and meadows around our campsite.
  • Session C:  Water Worlds:  Wade into ponds, streams and vernal pools to explore aquatic worlds and the life found there.  (Only offered at the Hanover Site!)

Fee: Members: $280, non-members: $310
*The week of June 30, camp is Monday through Thursday only, with the fee: members: $224, non-member: $248

You are invited to enroll in up to three weeks of Outdoor Discovery Camp, one week of each session.  Sessions (A), (B), and (C) feature different activities.

Montshire Site

9 a.m.–3 p.m.
June 23-27 [full] Session OM1A Nature's Toolbox
June 30-July 3* [full] Session OM2B Who Lives Here?
July 7-11 [full] Session OM3A Nature's Toolbox
July 14-18 [full] Session OM4B Who Lives Here?
July 21-25 [full] Session OM5A Nature's Toolbox
July 28 - August 1 Session OM6B Who Lives Here?
August 4-8 [full] Session OM7A Nature's Toolbox
August 11-15 Session OM8B Who Lives Here?

Hanover Site at Storrs Pond

8:45 a.m.–2:45 p.m.
July 14-18 Session OH10C Water Worlds
July 21-25 Session OH11C Water Worlds
August 4-8 Session OH12C Water Worlds

 

 

"It gave our daughter a true experience out in nature, which is what we had hoped for." -Montshire Outdoor Discovery Camp parent