REGISTER FOR IN-PERSON OUTDOOR FUN FOR PRESCHOOL-GRADE 9.
GET READY FOR
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP
SPEND SUMMER IN NATURE WITH US!
Our in-person, beloved Summer Outdoor Adventure Camp is in full-swing! This year, we are offering NINE UNIQUE WEEKS OF IN-PERSON CAMPS FOR CHILDREN AGES 3½–GRADE 9 with themes such as Dirt Detectives and Animal Magicians, your junior naturalist will spend each week of camp learning, exploring and having FUN with our highly trained environmental educators and camp counselors.
Member registration: November 30
General registration: January 10
$5 Early Bird Discount for registration before January 30.
Members get $30 off per week.
The Camp Starter Guide provides general information for our Summer Outdoor Adventure Camp. The guide aids parents in the camp registration process and learning more about our program.
Limit 12 children per group.
Register by clicking the age group below:
VIEW CAMP CALENDAR
View camp themes, schedule, and price by week:
Become a member to take advantage of camp discounts!
A membership pays for itself with only three week-long traditional camp registrations! If you would like to use your member discount, use your Membership ID number as your personal coupon code to receive your discount at checkout. Your ID number and expiration date can be found on your membership card or in the email sent to open registration. Please call the Nature Center Welcome Desk at (216) 321-5935, ext. 235 before registering if you do not have your number. If you've already registered and did not use your Membership ID number or temporary coupon code to receive your member discount, please contact the Nature Center and we will be happy to apply your membership discount, minus a 5% processing fee.
APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP
Need-based financial aid covers 25%-75% of the cost of one week for camp.
The mission of the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes is to conserve a natural area, connect people with nature and inspire environmental stewardship.
It is our goal as an organization to make sure that we provide a safe, welcoming, and inclusive outdoor space so that all people can connect with nature on their own terms and without fear, discrimination, or violence. (Read the Nature Center’s DEI statement).
As a camp family, we aspire to reflect the diversity of our habitats and the communities we serve by honoring the unique differences among our staff, volunteers and campers and providing equitable access to nature for all people. Our campers will end their summer with a deep love and respect for nature, themselves and others.