Eco Adventure Camps

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Three Weeks and Two Locations of exploring Fun!!



Calling all Explorers! Discover the landscapes of Pierce County through exploration, adventure, and creative play. Campers ages 9-14 will work together with community partners in activities designed to inform and enrich their lives as stewards of our environment.

No two days are alike. Each offer exciting new experiences with sensory awareness, mapping, earth stewardship, search and rescue, survival skills, emergency response, scientific investigation and more. Participants need to come dressed according to weather conditions and are encouraged to pack waste free lunches, water bottles, and backpacks.

Participants need to come dressed according to weather conditions and are encouraged to pack waste free lunches, water bottles, and backpacks.

Week 1 - Young Explorers


June 26-30
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Chambers Creek Regional Park
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For: Ages 5-8
Fee: $95/camper (scholarship available 253-798-4104)
Course: #11158 Register Online by June 16

Fie fun filled days of activities, games, and art centered on all things nature.  Campers will enjoy exploring the natural world while learning about salmon, watersheds, working as a team, and being eco-friendly in this safe camp environment!

Week 2 - Junior Explorers


July 10-14
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Spanaway Park
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For: Ages 9-14
Fee: $120/camper 
Course: #11159 Register Online by June 30

Campers will explore the surrounding area of Spanaway Park in Spanaway and become familiar with the local forest through sensory games and activities. Campers will also visit a local farm, investigate freshwater habitats, learn basic emergency preparedness, and much more.

Week 3 - Junior Explorers


July 24-28
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Chambers Creek Regional Park
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For: Ages 9-14
Fee: $120/camper (scholarship available 253-798-4104)
Course: #11160 Register Online by June 30

Through sensory games and activities, campers will explore Chambers Creek Regional Park in University Place and its surrounding forest, plus visit a local farm, investigate aquatic life on the beach, learn basic search and rescue procedures, and much more.

 Each camp will be limited to the first 15 participants registered. A minimum of 10 participants is needed.
 Each camp comes with a reusable water bottle.
 Detailed camp information will be given after registration