Where the Wild Things Were 2020 Camp (Grades 6-8)

Regular price $60.00

“Where the Wild Things Were” Two Day Summer Camp (Grades 6-8)
2020 Dates: July 23-24, July 27-28, July 30-31

 

Where the Wild Things Were will focus on the interconnectedness of the ecosystem, how humans have altered wildlife and habitats, and how campers can make a positive impact on threatened wildlife through coexistence and conservation. Campers will also learn how zoological facilities like Wolf Park benefit wildlife populations.


Preparing for Camp
Camps are 2 days. Drop off is at 9:00am EST each day. Pick up will be at 4:00pm EST each day. We do not provide before or after care, so please arrange drop-off and pick-up accordingly. We do not allow adults to remain with their children during camp.


Things to Know Before Registering

  • Register your child for the grade they will enter in the 2020-2021 school year.
  • Only light refreshments will be provided. Campers must bring a sack lunch each day.
  • This is a nature camp, so prepare to get dirty! Campers should bring “muck clothes”.
  • Camp will happen, rain or shine. Activities will be held indoors if there are heavy storms.
  • We will be outside a lot. Sunscreen and bug spray are essential.

Logistics and Refund Policy
Camp is $60 per child. After making the purchase, you will receive an email confirmation and your child’s space will be held. You will receive an information packet about camp, including a parental consent form which needs to be completed and returned prior to the start of camp.

Cancellations occurring greater than 10 days prior to the camp can apply 75% of the registration fee to another camp. Arrangements for transfer must occur by the end of the calendar year. If arrangements do not occur; your registration fee will be considered a tax-deductible donation. No refunds if cancellation occurs less than 10 days prior to the camp. Only if the seminar is canceled by Wolf Park will the fee be refunded.


Questions
If you have any questions, please email christopher@wolfpark.org