Louisa County Conservation 2017 Nature Camps
Summer Nature Camps provide your child with positive outdoor interactions, teach them to love the earth, and get unplugged for a few hours of fun! Camps feature nature hikes, games, activities, crafts, and lots of outdoor adventures. Unless otherwise specified, camps are held at Langwood Education Center and are limited to 12 participants. Fees vary by camp but a t-shirt is always included.
The registration process for Summer Nature Camps is designed to give all participants (including those with both parents working out of town) a fair chance to sign up. Below are the registration procedures for this year:
- Registration for camp is now open first-come-first-served! There are still spaces left in all sessions of camp but those spaces will fill quickly. Register today!
- If participants would like to attend more than one camp they will need to mark a 1st and 2nd option on their registration form. After May 1st if their 2nd option is not full, they will be notified they are eligible for their 2nd option. Checks should only be made out for the cost of their first option only.
- Form and payment are required to reserve a spot. Cancellations must be made at least two weeks prior to camp for a full refund.
Download the 2017 Summer Camp Registration Form
Download the 2017 Summer Camp Information Sheet
|Entering K-1st Grades||
|Entering 1st-2nd Grades||June 26-30||Tadpole Camp|
|Entering 2nd-3rd Grades||July 10-14||Nature Detectives|
|Entering 3rd-4th Grades||July 17-21||Outdoor Explorers|
|Entering 4th-5th Grades||
Late Night at Langwood July 26
|Entering 5th-6th Grades||
July 31 - Aug 1
Overnight Aug 2-3
|The Best of the Best|
|Entering 6th-8th Grades||
Training June 9
Trip June 20-22