Eco-Adventure Camp

Eco Adventure Camp (8 – 13)

Eco-Adventure Camp offers educational day programming with unique weekly themes for campers aged 8-13. Every weekday at 10 am, we will be offering a live, interactive Zoom session for our campers. Get ready for crafts, activities and games that will teach you more about local ecology!

Campers must be 8 by the time they start camp.

View our Registration for pricing and to sign up.

Sessions are $75 excluding session 4 (short week) which is $60.

Dates Theme Description of Week 
Session 1: (July 12-16) A Bug’s Life Creepy crawlies are everywhere, but how much do you know about them? No matter their number of legs, we’re covering them this week. Learn all about the different insects and spiders crawling or flying around you.
Session 2: (July 19-23) The Lord of the Wings Ever wondered what life is like for our feathery, high flying friends? Come learn about all of the different birds that can be found here at Elbow Lake! We’ll explore different topics like migration, bird calls, nests and more!
Session 3: (July 26-30) May the Forest Be With You There are many different species of trees and other plants found in the ecosystems at Elbow Lake. What can we learn about these complex ecosystems? This week we will be looking at all things plants, from photosynthesis to how they interact with animals.
Session 4: (August 3-6, short week) Just Keep Swimming What’s life like with fins? Can fish change colour, sleep or feel pain? How do they breathe? What type of fish can be found in Elbow lake? Come find out the answers to these questions and more this week. We’ll learn that life is better down where it’s wetter!
Session 5:  (August 9-13) How to Train your Reptile (and Amphibian) Though it might not be a dragon, we are covering our cold-blooded friends, reptiles and amphibians. Elbow is home to many different species of frogs, snakes, turtles and even one lizard. Sign up and become a herpetologist for a week!
Session 6: (August 16-20) Mammals, Inc. Deer, bears and beavers galore! There are many different mammals that can be found at Elbow Lake, including ourselves. We’ll learn about some of these mammals through different activities this week.