What are your plans for Summer 2019? Do you like adventure? Are you interested in spending heaps of time outside, in the sand, mud, and on the water? If you said yes to any of these, you will love what we have planned for our Summer Nature Camp Program!
Join us for one or all of our theme based weeks, as we explore the natural wonders of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere. Each Week will take our campers on a new adventure, exploring, investigating, and reconnecting with the natural world.
- Location: Kendrick's Park, Lyndhurst Ontario, 245 Short Point Road
- Explorers Program: 5-11 years old (campers must be 5 years old by January 1, 2019)
- Leader in Training Program: 12-13 years old
- Cost: $150 per child, per week
- Drop off: 8:30am
- Pick up: 4:30pm
How to Register
Session fees must be paid in full, upon registration. After-care fees are paid daily and directly to Camp Counsellors.
After-care: Select 'Yes' in the After Hours Care section on your registration form and someone will contact you shortly. FAB Nature Camps is not responsible for after-care and therefore cannot guarentee the availability for this opportunity. Needs will be assessed, on a case by case basis.
Online: Click on the week or weeks you would like to attend below, fill out the online registration form, and pay directly by credit card.
Registration Events: Complete our registration form in person and pay by cash or cheque. The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands will host a Registration Day on April 6th at the Township Building in Lansdowne and on April 13th at the Gananoque Arena.
Volunteers: Must be 14 years or older and can apply online by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leaders in Training: The cost for this program is $150 per week. We reserve 3 spots per week, for campers interested in this great opportunity to build skills and expand their Nature Camp Experiene. Please contact Kelly McGann at email@example.com to discuss your application for this program, for ages 12-13.
Bursaries: Financial assistance is available through a number of local bursary programs, including POP and Jumpstart. For more information on these programs, check out the Town of Gananoque Website.
The Frontenac Arch Biosphere Network will offer partial bursaries, to assist families in need of additional funding. FABN Bursaries will require a separate application, which will be available in late Spring. All inquiries about the FABN Bursaries should be directed to Kelly McGann at firstname.lastname@example.org.