1st & 2nd Grade Summer Camps

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Overview

June-August
Week-Long Day Camps
$235-$295

Walking Mountains’ 1st/2nd grade summer science camps are the perfect introduction to the outdoors for your child! All camps are age appropriate and explore a variety of scientific topics while fostering a love of the natural world through local trail explorations. These camps are for children entering the 1st or 2nd grade in the fall.

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Extended Care Hours
We will be offering early drop-off (7:30 – 8:30 am) and late pick-up (4:30 – 5:30 pm) for all Avon based day camps for an additional fee ($5 per morning or afternoon extended care). Normal drop-off (8:30-9:00 am) and pick-up (4:00-4:30 pm) hours are still available at no extra cost. There is no afternoon extended care on Fridays, join us for Watermelon Picnic Presentations.

We also offer single day camps for students entering K-2nd grade. Click here to learn more!

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Eagle: July 6 – July 10

Build a volcano and explore a cave. Journey to some of Colorado’s most exciting geologic creations, and discover what makes them rock!

Este campamento tendrá un instructor bilingüe.

Avon: June 29- July 2    

*No camp on Friday, July 3rd (4th of July weekend)

Through the lens of a camera, explore nature and photography! Discover the fascinating world of six-legged creatures as you create your own insect habitat, learn about their life cycles, and uncover what makes them unique.

Eagle: July 20 – July 24

Come get your hands dirty and explore what it is like to work on a farm.  We’ll visit local farms, learn how to grow your own food, and create garden-inspired crafts.

Este campamento tendrá un instructor bilingüe.Avon: July 27 – July 31

Gain a new perspective by taking flight and exploring life from a birds-eye view. Join us for a week of fun and discovery as we learn about wondrous things with wings!

Avon: August 10 – August 14

Snowshoe Hares change color in the winter; Beavers have sharp, long teeth; and Mountain Lions have large, clawed paws! Spend the week exploring how local animals use impressive adaptations to thrive in their environments.

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