Date: Monday, Jun 7th, 2021 - Friday, Jun 11th, 2021

Time: All Day


Location: Wildcat Hollow, Wayne National Forest
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The kids will spend the week exploring creeks, playing in the woods, and enjoying nature while learning about science! Sunday Creek Watershed camp will happen June 7-11 at the Wildcat Hollow trailhead, with the option for transportation from Glouster Park.

Ages: 7-12

Location:

  • Monday – Thursday, we meet at Wildcat Hollow Trailhead, north of Burr Oak Lake.
  • Friday, we meet at the Burr Oak Beach.
  • There is the option to drop children off at the Glouster Memorial Park, where they’ll ride in our van together to camp. Please indicate in registration whether you will drop your child off directly at the trailhead, or ride from Glouster Park.

Times: You can drop your child off anytime between 8 and 9 am, and pick them up between 4 and 4:30 pm.

Food: We provide breakfast, lunch and snacks. Please send a reusable water bottle. We strive to use local and healthy foods when possible.

What to bring: Please send boots or old shoes for wading; a water bottle; masks(s); and a change of clothes.

Cost: $75. Scholarships are readily available upon request.

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