Summer Science and Nature Camp 2017
No phone registrations accepted.
- Camp Forms and Important Information -Health Form Packet and Camper Information.
- Terms and Conditions for Summer Camp - Important for parents to read.
- Christian Martinisi Summer Camp Scholarship coming soon
Now Available by the Week
General Information and Registration
Ramblers (Half Day -Ages 4 & 5 ) Register here!
Half-day morning sessions, 9am-11:45am, at the Outdoor Discovery Center. Every week will include a field trip day to the Wildlife Education Center. Parents provide transportation.
Explorers (Ages 5 & 6) Register here!
Full-day sessions, 8:45am-2:45pm, at the Outdoor Discovery Center. Every week will include a field trip day to the Wildlife Education Center. Parents provide transportation.
Trekkers (Ages 7-12) Register here!
Full-day session, 9am-3pm, at the Outdoor Discovery Center with two days at other locations. One day each week is spent exploring the Hudson River at Kowawese Unique Area in New Windsor. Each week also includes an exciting field trip. Transportation by chartered bus for field trips only (transportation fee included.) Parents provide transportation to local off-site destinations.
Trail Blazers (9 – 12 year olds) One week only: July 17 - 21 Register here!
Meets 9am-3pm. Join us for Super Science! This camp is based at our Wildlife Education Center, but includes an exciting field trip (transportation by chartered bus) and a day at the Outdoor Discovery Center (parents provide transportation).
Meets 9am-3pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday; 6pm Thursday to 8am Friday. Three days of wilderness adventuring includes two day-long expeditions to explore the region’s natural treasures. Complete the adventure week with an overnight stay sleeping under the stars on your very own hammock which you can keep!Dinner, s’mores, ice cream and breakfast included
Teen Volunteers (Ages 15 - 18)
If you enjoyed nature camp, and you are now ready to share your experiences as a CIT (counselor-in-training), please help us! Please fill out the CIT Application in addition to the required forms listed under Teen Volunteers.
#100HoursUnplugged Summer Challange
Kids now log an average of 7.5 hours of screen time per day. And do you know how much time they’re spending outside? Approximately 4 -7 minutes. It’s time to unplug. Dyken Pond Environmental Education Center invites you to take on the #100HoursUnplugged challenge this summer. Learn more at www.100HoursUnplugged.com.