Camps

SB Camp 18-164

2021 Camp Offerings

All 2021 camps will be held primarily outdoors. Campers should be comfortable being outside ALL day, and should be able to hike for a minimum of 30 minutes.

**All camps run from 9am - 4 pm. Cost is $75/week.**

 Snacks and drinks will be provided, but campers must bring their own lunch. Masks are required for all camps.


Summer Camps

Outdoor Skills Camp Week 1 (FULL)

June 7-11

Ages: 8-11

Outdoor Skills Camp is a specialty camp designed for kids who love the outdoors and aren’t afraid to get hot, sweaty, or dirty. Campers learn basic outdoor and survival skills such as how to build a shelter, how to make a fire, how to purify water, and much more.

Animal Camp Week 1 (FULL)Herp Camp 3

June 21-25

Ages 12-15

Learn all about native North Carolina animals while exploring the natural world! Campers will learn about a different group of animals (mammals, reptiles, birds, etc.) each day, and will participate in games, crafts, and LOTS of outdoor exploration.

Outdoor Skills Camp Week 2 (FULL)

July 5-9

Ages: 12-15

Outdoor Skills Camp is a specialty camp designed for kids who love the outdoors and aren’t afraid to get hot, sweaty, or dirty. Campers learn basic outdoor and survival skills such as how to build a shelter, how to make a fire, how to purify water, and much more.

Animal Camp Week 2 (FULL)

July 19-23

Ages 8-11

Learn all about native North Carolina animals while exploring the natural world! Campers will learn about a different group of animals (mammals, reptiles, birds, etc.) each day, and will participate in games, crafts, and LOTS of outdoor exploration.

Herp Camp (FULL)

August 2-5

Ages 8-15

Herpetology Camp aka Herp Camp has its roots in the HERP Project, a North Carolina based project encouraging education, conservation, and field ecology experiences related to herpetology (the study of reptiles (snakes, lizards, turtles, alligators) and amphibians (frogs and salamanders)). Herp camp is heavily focused on science and therefore campers can expect to spend time each day learning about NC native species, including their diet, habitat, and key identifying characteristics. Because science isn’t always boring, campers also spend a good deal of their time putting their new found knowledge to use in the field  lassoing lizards, tracking turtles, and surveying snakes! 


To register visit our Camp Registration Page.

For more information contact Brooke Wilson at brooke.wilson@rowancountync.gov