Summer Campers explore Dinosaur Creek in the Family Garden

At Camp Wildflower, children become conservationists, botanists, horticulturists, citizen scientists and ecologists as they explore native plants and the environment.

Activities include hikes, arts and crafts, nature games, science labs, outdoor explorations, and learning sessions with Wildflower Center experts. We know young minds need a lot of room to grow, and the Wildflower Center is the perfect place for getting in touch with nature and learning through discovery.

Need-based scholarships are available. Please see individual sessions below for more information.

Spring Session

This camp is divided into two age groups: kindergarten through second grade and third through fifth grades.

Break for Blooms: March 13 – 17

Summer Sessions

Summer camp is divided into three age groups: preschool, kindergarten through second grade, and third through fifth grades. Preschoolers attend from 9 a.m. to noon; kindergarten through fifth grade campers attend 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Please enroll your child according to the grade level they will enter in fall of 2017. 

Week 1: June 5 – 9, Bug-ologists

Week 2: June 12 – 16, Have to Have a Habitat 

Week 3: June 19 – 23, Soil: It’s Alive! 

Week 4: June 26- 30, Nature Create

Week 5: July 5 – 7 (short week), The Aquatic World

Week 6: July 10 – 14, Botanist Bonanza 

Week 7: July 17-21, Nature Trackers

Week 8: July 24 – 28, Friend or Foe: Plants & Insects!

Registration is open.  Register here!

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