Summer Camp Registration is open!
Use Code earlybird23 to get an extra 5% off your total camp registration VALID until 4/30/2023
Join us for another fun-filled and exciting summer focused on exciting STEAM topics from June through August. There's something for all the scientists in your life! Camps for ages 5-15 will take place all summer long!
If kids are looking for ADVENTURE, look no further than our outdoor adventure series of camps where we develop outdoor skills, confidence, and create a love of the great outdoors through these intensive overnight camps.
No matter your child's interests, you're sure to find something fun!
Explore our full lineup of camps below...
Schedule your summer plans around these dates. Registration opens Mar. 20!
2023 Outdoor Adventure Camps
June 26/27: Mountain Biking Level 1: We'll stay local and get your skills down!
June 28-30: Mountain Biking Level II: This will include one overnight adventure to visit the epic trails in Sinks Canyon State Park.
Sign up for the two-day camp, the three-day camp, or all 5 days!
July 5-7: New to camping? Sign up for our Camping 101 camp! Build your confidence and your skills in this camp so you are ready to sign up for our other extended week-long camps! We will spend one day on Casper Mountain then we will head for a night of overnight camping and hiking. Plans are to camp at Natural Bridge and then head for a hiking adventure in the Laramie Peak area.
July 17-21: We will head to the western side of the Wind Rivers! We'll start with a stop at Boulder Lake for a short hike and a possible swim in Boulder Canyon then we will head toward Elkhart Park. We'll practice orienteering skills, learn about camp safety in bear country, hike to Sacred Rim, kayak in Fremont Lake and learn about the trials and tribulations of the John C. Fremont explorations when we visit the Museum of the Mountain Man. Campers will need to bring a sack lunch for day 1, all other food, transportation, and fees will be provided. If your camper has never stayed away from home or is new to camping, it is recommended that they also sign up for Camping 101.
July 31- Aug. 4: We will base our camp for the week out of the Thorne Rider Youth Camp just outside of Sheridan. This location is perfect for exploring the Big Horn mountains but we'll come back to home base every evening! This camp will include a day of rock climbing with our friends from Big Horn Mountain Guides - a well-respected and knowledgeable organization that teaches many climbing camps for youth in the area. This camp will also incorporate fishing and kayaking as well as an exploration of historically significant battlefields in the area. Campers will need to bring a sack lunch for day 1, all other food, transportation, and fees will be provided. If your camper has never stayed away from home or is new to camping, it is recommended that they also sign up for Camping 101.
As with all Science Zone classes and activities, scholarships and financial aid are available. If you'd like to apply for a scholarship, click the button below to learn more.