Summer is the perfect time to get children outside and discovering the world around them. Bucks County Audubon Society offers summer camps that are perfect for ages 4-10. Each week features new opportunities for nature exploration, physical activity, science learning, and quiet times to connect with the natural world.
Times: Full Day option -9am -3pm/ Half Day option – 9am-12pm.
Ages: 4-10 years old
Fee: Full Day Option – $300/week for Members and $350/week for Non-Members. Half Day option – $175/week for Members and $200/week for Non-Members.
June 14-18 – Botanical Bonanza
Learn about all kinds of plants, from the smallest duckweed to the largest trees! What’s similar? What’s different? How do we, and other animals, use them?
June 21-25 – Awesome Amphibians & Radical Reptiles
Hooray for Herps! Which reptiles and amphibians call Bucks Audubon their home? Let’s search the forest and stream for this slippery critters.
August 2-6 – Wild Science
Explore aspects of Nature with a scientist’s eye. Experiments, data collection, observation and hands-on fun brings more to your world!
August 9-13 – Wild Survival
Let’s keep ourselves safe in Nature. Learn what it takes to make it through almost any situation in the safety of a summer camp environment.
August 16-20 – What’s the BUZZ?
Did you know insects live in every type of habitat? Let’s explore the Honey Hollow habitats to see what types of insects and other crawling, flying and swimming arthropods we can find.
August 23-27 – Aquatic Adventures
August is typically a HOT time of year so why not cool off and learn about the different bodies of water at the same time?! You’ll definitely want to bring a change of clothes and water shoes for this exciting week.
“BCAS has one of the only camp programs in the area that work for both of my kids, despite their four-year age gap and divergent interests. The camp activities are fun, educational, responsive, and inclusive, with enough variety to keep us coming back year after year. My 11-year-old said it best: “I love being outside with my friends, exploring nature!””
– Liz Sheehan
Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow requires full payment at the time of registration in order to guarantee a spot in our summer day camp.
Cancellation 30 days or more prior to start of camp will receive full refund; cancellation between 14 and 30 days prior to camp start will receive fifty percent refund. No refund will be given for cancellations less than 2 weeks prior to camp start.
(Please note: other payment arrangements may be made at the discretion of BCAS.)
This summer camp is offered for kids ages 7-13 during the month of July. Through a mindful approach and a sense of self-discovery, Earth School serves as a response to Nature Deficit Disorder and aligns children to the rhythms of nature.
For more information about this camp, held here at BCAS, click here!
General Registration Opens FEBRUARY 2nd