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For girls, nonbinary, or genderfluid youth that want to get outside!

camp type
4 Half-day Camps (afternoons), Full day camp Friday
Dates & Locations

Exploring nature and making STEM fun!

This camp is a 6-8th grade offering that focuses on providing environmental education with an emphasis on climate change, open for students who identify as girls, non-binary, or genderfluid. During the camp week, we will be focusing on STEM experiments, nature crafts, and building relationships with one another and our environment! Our region’s climate has so many interesting roles played by both living and non-living things, and we will get to ‘zoom in’ to incredible organisms and climate happenings! After our fun activities throughout the week,  we will have a full-day adventure on our last day, hiking to a local glacier to see nature’s processes in action!

Dates Times Days Location Status
June 6-10 1:00-4:30 PM (Mon-Thur) 9:00-4:30PM (Friday) Monday - Friday Sonderman Park (Field trip to Saint Mary's Glacier on Friday) Available

Frequently Asked Questions

Please familiarize yourself with our Camp Policies and Procedures 
Have questions call Chesney at 719-471-0910 x103 or click here to contact us!

Drop off is at 12:00 pm and pick up is at 4:30 pm. Our camp staff will be busy preparing for camp in the mornings so we kindly ask you do not bring your child any earlier than 12 pm.

For this half-day camp, please pack a snack and water bottle for your camper.  Please pack any and all medications the campers may need in their original containers with prescriber notes.  Campers will be outside so we recommend they put sunscreen on in the morning before camp. Also, have your camper wear or bring a brimmed hat, rain jacket, tennis shoes, or hiking boots.  Campers will be outside exploring where creepy crawly things live so please send them in clothing you don’t mind getting wet and muddy. Sometimes an extra pair of socks can come in handy as well.

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