Camps & Birthday Parties
We offer many wonderful opportunities for children to connect with nature!
Home School Group
Spend some time with your elementary aged child learning about nature! We offer 8 week sessions in each season of the year on Fridays from 10:30am-12pm. Each lesson includes a brief introductory to the topic of the week, story time, a hike and outdoor activity, and a craft for your child to take home! Make sure you’re ready to get dirty! The Winter Session will begin on Friday, February 1st and run through March 29th (off on February 15th) Want to register for the next session? Contact Robert Timmons at email@example.com!
Summer Nature Camp
Children ages 4-10 will have the opportunity to discover the natural world first-hand! Explore all that our property has to offer, from streams to fields to forests to ponds! Each week is packed full of nature discovery, hikes, hands-on activities, inquiry science, and nature play time! For more information and to register for one (or all!) of our camp weeks click here!
School Holiday Camp
Are you working while your child has a day off of school? Do you want a fun and enriching experience for your child instead of a day at home? Looking for a place to take them where they can learn and be immersed in nature? Then our School Holiday Camps are perfect! The camps run from 9am-3pm for ages 4-10 and each day will be brimming with science fun, nature exploration, games, crafts and much more. Click here to view the camp schedule and to register!
Art of Spirit Earth School
This camp, held at Bucks County Audubon Society, is run by Patricia Walsh-Collins. This camp is a mindful, integrative, self discovery of the natural world, serving as a response to Nature Deficit Disorder and presenting children and adults with the opportunity to discover and embrace their own inner nature. Give your child or yourself, the gift of connection to self through nature. Perfect for ages 7-13. Click here for more info or to register.
We love families and offer programs throughout the year such as Owl Prowls, Frog Walks, Citizen Science projects, Earth Day events, Haunted Trails, and Christmas in the Hollow! See our Events Calendar for more information and register for an upcoming event.