Nature-based camps for Summer 2015

I’ve been getting emails and seeing on Facebook that some places have already opened up registration for summer camps. I know, you’re thinking: we haven’t even hit Spring Break yet! But, for any parents who are looking to sign their child(ren) up for summer, here are places in the Portland area with awesome nature-based programs. Be sure to contact each place to find out about availability and prices! Please comment below if I have missed any…

Adventure WILD Summer Day Camp (supports Outdoor School)
Audubon Society of Portland
Columbia Springs
Franciscan Montessori Earth School
The Green Schoolhouse
Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve
Leach Botanical Garden
Mount St. Helens Institute: Volcano Camp
Namanu Day Camp In The City
Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Oregon Zoo
Portland Children’s Museum
Portland Parks & Recreation
Rewild Portland
Sauvie Island Center
Trackers Earth PDX
Tryon Creek State Park
Tualatin Hills Parks & Recreation District
Friends of the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Tualatin Riverkeepers
Zenger Farm

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7 Responses to Nature-based camps for Summer 2015

  1. oregonchart says:

    Thank you for helping to spread the word about our summer nature camp for kids going into 3rd grade to those going into 6th grade. Please note that this camp is offered by FRIENDS OF Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. We are the private non-profit organization that helps to support the mission of the refuge. Thanks, Michael.

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  3. Brina Bolanz says:

    Thanks so much, Michael, for listing Friends of Outdoor School’s Adventure WILD! We’re excited to unveil our new online registration system and a new camp director! (but not new to the camp). PS – if you’re looking for a discount, use your Chinook Book coupon for $50 off, or register by March 16 for $35 off! — Brina

    • darwinsbulldog says:

      Thank you, Brina. We usually can only afford to sign our son up for one week, and he chose a geology camp though Audubon.

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