Summer 2017 Nature Camps

Day Camps at Asbury Woods

For 40 years, Asbury Woods has been conducting top quality day camps for children in pre-school through 8th grade. All camps include nature explorations, games, art projects, stories, and much more. Asbury Woods focuses on a positive and educational camp experience for each child. Weekly camp sessions are available June 12 through August 14.  

The 2017 Camp Season Opens Feb. 20

Online registration makes it easy to sign up your child or grandchild for camp.  If you are a current member, and would like to renew your membership, you will be able to complete both camp registration and membership renewal in one transaction.  If you are not a current member, you can purchase a family or grandparent membership and still receive the discounted pricing on camp that our members enjoy. Online registration must be completed at least 24 hours prior to the first day of camp for which you are registering your child.

Preschool Nature Camp
We offer parents the option of sessions that are either 5 half-days or 3 half-days for their pre-schooler. Preschool camps are for four or five years olds who are ready to attend a half day program on their own. Activities include crafts, stories, nature play, guided exploration, and more. All camp sessions are led by adult staff.Our preschool camps are the perfect way to help your child to get comfortable with going to Kindergarten in the fall.

Art Camp — Grades K-2, 3-5, & 6-8
There are exciting new options for art camp!  Campers will use a variety of art media and will explore nature for creative inspiration.All art camps include instruction from a certified art teacher, projects with a professional guest artists and a day trip to Buttermilk Falls. This unique summer offering is perfect for creative kids who cannot get enough art.

Nature Camp — Grades K-5
There are three types of Nature Camps.  Each week of Nature Camp includes a day trip to Buttermilk Falls. Themes this year include EcoExplorers, Nature's Engineers and Weird Nature. Campers will spend a week being active outdoors and exploring science.