Audubon Naturalist Society Summer Nature Camp
Phone: 301 652 9188 x 15
Fax: 301 951 7179
8940 Jones Mill Road
Ages Served: 4-17
Audubon Naturalist Society has provided traditional outdoor summer camp combined with high quality environmental education for over 35 years. Build a fort, find a crawdad, sing a song, and discover the world around you this summer with Audubon.
Camp Twin Creeks
Fax: 914 345 2120
HC 82, Box 132
Ages Served: 7-16
One Incredible Experience ~ Two Weeks at a Time!
Located in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia, we offer children the opportunity to experience a traditional overnight summer camp in a setting that is nurturing, supportive and fun!
Outdoor Discovery Camps
13600 King Charles Terrace
Ages Served: 4-14
Piscataway Discovery Center offers outdoor nature camps that are eco-friendly, including kayaking and farm experiences.
Phone: 703-361-4451 x226
7500 Ben Lomond Park Dr
SplashDown offers the perfect birthday party venue. Deluxe and Standard Birthday Party Packages available.
The Whale Camp of the Fund Marine Science Institute
Phone: 1-888-54WHALE (94253)
Grand Manan Island between Maine and Nova Scotia
Area Served: DC, MD & VA
In recognition of the value of Whale Camp programs at the Fundy Marine Science Institute, the College of the Atlantic is offering scholarships of $40,000 over four years to any Whale Camp alumni recommended by its Director. The College of the Atlantic is a renowned Liberal Arts college located on Mount Desert Island, Maine, home to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park on the coast of the Gulf of Maine. COA is an innovative institution, whose primary focus is the relationships between humans and the environment and is part of the Eco-League of colleges. Whale Camp programs prepare students with a solid background in the marine sciences and a deeper understanding of Human Ecology. Of all marine science programs, Whale Campers have far more face-to-face encounters to closely observe and study whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals and puffins in their own natural habitat. Aboard their 65-foot sailboat campers collect data to document whale distribution, feeding and behavioral patterns. Hands-on experience using onboard marine biology equipment helps unveil the powerful and endangered processes of life in the sea. Campers explore beaches, coastal trails, and fishing villages and investigate life in the tidal pools and bogs. Whale Camp takes students out to sea three days each week to directly encounter the whales and other marine life for an amazing marine science experience. Whale Camp is a place where inspiration, exploration and discovery abound.
Washington Sailing Marina Summer Sailing Camps
1 Marina Drive, GW parkway
Ages Served: 9-15
Join us for fun along the Potomac River. Summer sailing camps on board sunfish, flying scots, hobies and windsurfers, all levels available. Campers will spend the majority of the day learning new skills and having fun out on the waters