Check out the photos of this year’s Children’s Nature Camp at the bottom of this page.

 

 

Children’s Nature Camp (CNC) is geared towards elementary school students from 1st—6th grades and is broken up into three age groups.  CNC I includes children entering 1st and 2nd grade CNC II is for children entering 3rd and 4th grade, and CNC III is 5th and 6th graders for the 17/18 school year. CNC will be held from 8am – 3pm at the pavilion of the Hatch Run Conservation Demonstration Area on Hatch Run Road; a quarter mile past Penn DOT’s Driver’s License Center.  Children will learn and discover the uniqueness and importance of plants and animals in our local environment.  Each day, the campers are introduced to new memorable learning experiences through a variety of outdoor activities. Each CNC camp is limited to 25 kids. Cost for all CNC camps is $40 per child.

New in 2017!

Kindergarten Nature Camp (KNC) is a new addition to the Conservation District’s summer camp repertoire.  This camp is for children going into Kindergarten this fall.  The camp will be based out of the pavilion of the Hatch Run Conservation Demonstration Area on Hatch Run Road; a quarter mile past Penn DOT’s Driver’s License Center.  The camp will be held from 9am – 2pm.  This will be a fun filled camp learning about water, plants, animals, and soil.  There will be crafts, games, and exploring in nature.  A morning snack and water will be provided.  Children must bring a packed lunch and a water bottle.  This camp will be limited to 10 kids so act fast! Cost for KNC is $20 per child.

Application Procedure:  Complete an application with the parental consent form in addition to the Responsibility Clause, Photo Release Form, and Emergency Medical Information (Pages 5 & 6). Please use separate forms for each child attending.  You can make additional copies of this form, call the District office for additional forms, or visit the District’s web site (www.wcconservation.net) to print additional forms.  Enclose a check or money order made out to the Warren County Conservation District and mail all of the information to: Warren County Conservation District, 4000 Conewango Avenue, Warren, PA 16365.

Activities for this year included a Macroinvertebrate (water bug) Search, a Mystery Nature Box, Crafts, Tree and Rock Vibrations, a  Soil Study, Stream Exploration, and other fun, educational activities.