Summer Camp 2021
June 21 - August 20
Registration opens February 11.
Welcome to an unforgettable summer adventure!
Have fun and make friends while exploring our 150-acre preserve as experienced environmental educators teach conservation and awareness of our natural environment through animal encounters, nature crafts, hiking, kayaking on our pond, wilderness skills and so much more.
Experienced and enthusiastic summer camp counselors (ages 18+) facilitate fun and ensure learning all summer long!
Please review all our policies and What to Expect at Camp before registering.
You will be re-directed to our
partner site, Sports Connect.
A $3 per transaction fee will apply.
*Groups correspond to the grade your child is entering in the fall of 2021.
What happens at camp?
(subject to change)
More Camp Fun
Nature Camp is for Everyone: Camp Scholarships
We make every effort to ensure our programs are accessible to the entire community. Summer camp scholarships are given out based on financial need and distributed on a case by case basis and depending on scholarship fund availability. Please complete our scholarship application.
Packing for Camp: Eco Friendly Lunch Tips
Being mindful of the environment when you pack lunch and snack for your camper is not only a great idea but easier than you think! Check out these great ideas from our friends at Wilton Go Green:
Additional resources for reducing waste are available at Wilton Zero Waste Schools.
Family Fun: Friday Campouts! - Postponed until 2022
Select weeks offer the opportunity to spend the night at Woodcock Nature Center! Open only to campers attending that week, and their parents (sorry, no siblings and Nestlings group not eligible). Campouts are weather permitting. There is a 45 person maximum. Sign-ups and tent rentals are first-come, first-served. Registration and payment accepted at drop off Monday morning each week (registration closes Wednesday at 3 pm).
Become a Camp Counselors or CIT
We are always looking for mature, self-motivated, fun students ages 18+ to work with our campers. Counselors are responsible for implementing our environmental education curriculum, leading animal lessons, coordinating activities, guiding campers, and managing group dynamics.
We also run a CIT program for younger students ages 14+ interested in hands-on counselor training through our camps.