2019 Creek Camp registration NOW OPEN!

Who knew learning could be so much fun?

At Creek Camp, your child will be guided by our full-time Naturalists Andria Cossolotto and Emily Roediger and experienced summer naturalists as they explore the outdoors. Campers will learn about wildlife, enjoy unstructured play, practice outdoor skills, observe the wonder of nature and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. Children will create memories while they learn and even get a little dirty, too.
Creek Camp helps foster a connection to the outdoors that lasts a lifetime!

2019 Creek Camps are for children preschool (age 4-5) through 6th grade. Each camp is a little different; some are half-day (preschool), some are all day, some are four days and some have an overnight component.
Go here to read about each camp, view the dates, times, and descriptions.
If you register by April 30th, your child will get a FREE Creek Camp t-shirt with our new Creekside Critters logo!

Creek Camp is open for registration for members on March 5th and the general public on March 12th.
Special discounts apply for members at the Household Plus level and above.
Not a member?
Click here for more information or contact Membership and Development Coordinator Nancy Lackner at nancy@indiancreeknaturecenter.org or 319-361-0664 ext. 309.

Check out all of the 2019 Creek Camps:


Fun with Frogs and Toads (Preschool)
Digging Up Dinos (Preschool)
All About Birds (Preschool)
Nature Detectives (3rd-4th)
Solar System Exploration (2nd-3rd)
Forts and Fires (K-1st)
Field Trip Camp (4th-6th)
Outdoor Skills and Adventure (5th-6th)
Storytelling Adventures (K-1st)
Finding Food Webs (2nd-3rd)
Forest Friends (Preschool)
Prairie Party (Preschool)
Down By the Pond (Preschool)
Preschool “Camp out”! (Preschool)
Wild Animals (K-1st)Aquatic Adventures (K-1st)
Classic Camp (4th-6th)
Incredible Insects (2nd-3rd)

This page will be updated with enrollment totals as the season progresses. For more details visit our Summer Camps web page.

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