Summer Camp Registration 2021

$200.00

Summer Camp at the International Wildlife Museum is packed full of fun activities to keep your child active, engaged and learning! Each camp has daily themes which include crafts, games, science experiments, live animal encounters, hands-on activities, museum explorations and more.


Each camp runs 9am-3pm each day.
Each camp is limited to 10 students. Campers are asked to bring a lunch, two snacks and a water bottle each day.

Museum Member Price: $180 for the week
Non-Member Price: $200 for the week
Current Museum Members: Use code SUMMER21 during checkout for the discounted price.

Once you have completed your purchase, a registration form to complete with your child’s info will be emailed to you. Please fill out one form per child. If your child is attending multiple camps, only 1 form needs to be filled out.

Not a museum member and want to save? You can purchase a membership at the same time when you register for camp and apply the membership discount! Members also receive free museum admission throughout the year, including most special events and a discount in the gift shop.

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You will be sent a registration form to complete with your child’s info once you have purchased your registration.

COVID-19 Guidelines and Policies for Youth Camps

  • Stay home when appropriate. Campers, museum employees and volunteers who are sick with any symptoms or have recently had a close contact with a person with COVID-19 or like symptoms in the last 14 days should stay home. The Museum will issue a refund to campers who cannot attend camp due to illness or if the camp gets cancelled due to Museum employees/volunteers being sick
  • The group will be small (10 campers maximum) not including up to three adult leaders.
  • Temperature of all campers will be taken each morning upon arrival. Health screening will be filled out by parents on first day of camp and updated if any of the circumstances change at any time.
  • Temperature of all staff/volunteers will be taken each morning upon arrival. Health screening of all staff/volunteers will be filled out on first day of camp and updated if any of the circumstances change at any time.
  • Time spent outdoors and exploring the museum where campers can spread out will be maximized, weather permitting
  • Morning snack is eaten outdoors without sharing food, weather permitting
  • Increased hand washing & sanitizing throughout the day
  • Increased cleaning & disinfecting of frequently touched areas
Dates

Ages 5-8 years; June 7-11, Ages 9-12 years; June 14-18, Ages 5-8 years; June 28-July 2, Ages 9-12 years; July 12-16, Ages 5-8 years; July 26-30

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